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Dr. K Usha


Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. K Usha is a renowned Gynaecologist in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. He is a MBBS . He is currently practising at Usha Mohan Hospitals in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. K Usha on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 34 years of experience on Find the best Gynaecologists online in Hyderabad. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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I have a sexual problem. I recently had sexual intercourse with my partner, and since then I am experiencing vaginal pain and burn. It burns when I urinate. This wasn't the first time I had intercourse, but such kind of pain hasn't occurred before. Please help.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have a sexual problem. I recently had sexual intercourse with my partner, and since then I am experiencing vaginal ...
Hello, there is all likelihood that you have contracted a vaginitis and secondary urinary tract infection please get a per speculum examination done for a high vaginal swab culture and a urine culture to isolate the organism and start on antibiotics.
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Can me and my husband have sex during pregnancy. I am 5 months pregnant. Can we have oral sex? Will this harm our baby?

Sexologist, Indore
Can me and my husband have sex during pregnancy. I am 5 months pregnant. Can we have oral sex? Will this harm our baby?
You can indulge in sex till 7th month of pregnancy if you don't have any problems and your gynaecologist has given you green signal. Surely you can have oral sex. It will not harm baby by any means.
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Had oral sex with a female masseur once without condom though, Is there any risk ?

General Physician, Mumbai
Dear , oral sex is bad not only physically but also for your mental, social, interpersonal and you total well-being.
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PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome): What You Need to Know?

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucknow
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome): What You Need to Know?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, abbreviated as PCOS in women actually refers to the formation of multitudinous cysts in their ovaries caused by rapid overpopulation of a hormone called Androgens. Excess Androgens are released due to the production of a much higher level of insulin in the blood, which the body is unable to effectively utilise. Women affected with PCOS tend to have irregular or no menstruation at all. They are usually obese and have acne and hairfall complications. 

If PCOS is not restrained on time, it might lead to endometrial cancer, heart diseases, diabetes or high blood pressure. Therefore, a balanced diet is paramount. 

Here is how you can assist your self :- 

Fibre rich vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli, pumpkin, potatoes and sprouts. In case of PCOS, one should have a diet rich in green leaves like lettuce. Other food items like lentils and beans; almonds and berries and pepper (green and red) can be consumed. 

Lean protein such as chicken, fish and tofu are helpful in case of PCOS. Anti-inflammatory foods and spices such as turmeric and tomatoes; spinach, walnut and olive oil; as well as fruits like strawberries and blueberries are beneficial. 

Foods with high glycaemic index like white rice; mashed potatoes; cakes and muffins should be avoided in case of PCOS. 

Sugary snacks and beverages which might stimulate insulin levels in the blood should be steered clear from. Inflammatory foods such as processed and raw meat, pasta noodles and French fries should be strictly stayed away from. 

Dairy and soy products should also be consumed in minimum quantity. 

Other Changes Since most women suffering from PCOS are overweight, exercise and daily physical movement is very crucial. Any person afflicted by PCOS should maintain a low inflammation diet and ensure nominal sugar intake. PCOS induces stress, therefore practicing Yoga and/or speaking with a therapist are noteworthy options.

Yes there was no development of fetus thats why it got clear with d&c it was about 2&half month. Nw tg thyroid is normal & I am taking thyronorm properly. From 2 month I am planning for pregnancy but getting period. Pls help.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Yes there was no development of fetus thats why it got clear with d&c it was about 2&half month. Nw tg thyroid is nor...
lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. Since you have decided to have a baby, it is absolutely essential to achieve a very strict control of hypothyroidism. You will have to bring TSH around 2 mU/L, for successful conception and further during the pregnancy following levels should be maintained: 1st trimester TSH 0.1 to 2,5 mU/L, 2nd trimester 0.2 to 3 mU/L & 3rd trimester 0.3 to 3 mU/L. These levels aretnot to be exceeded for better fetal brain development in the first 28 days of pregnancy, then for normal fetal development and for healthy outcome of the pregnancy. If you have any doubts please do come back. Thanks.
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Super Fact of the Day: Did you know you become paralysed when you sleep?

General Physician, Nashik
Super Fact of the Day: Did you know you become paralysed when you sleep?
At night when we doze off and enter rem (rapid eye movement), the human body becomes absolutely paralysed as the areas of the brain that control our movement get de-activated. This is what stops us from falling out of our bed while asleep.

Would you like to share this interesting fact with family or friends? go ahead and share!
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6 Healthy Indian Foods You Should Start Eating Today!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D.(Ayu)
Ayurveda, Chitiradurga
6 Healthy Indian Foods You Should Start Eating Today!

When you think of healthy food, cornflakes and oatmeal are probably the first things that come to mind. For most people, eating healthy translates into eating boring, bland food. So, if you're on a diet, here's some good news for you. Healthy food does not have to be bland or expensive.

Here are 6 indigenous Indian healthy foods that are ideal for you:

  1. Idli: This south Indian steamed dish is free from oil and fats and is rich in carbohydrates and proteins. Having a low fat content makes idlis very easy to digest. Idlis are prepared using a combination of rice and dal. Their amino acids complement each other and the fermentation process enhances the vitamin B and protein levels in the dish.
  2. Sattu: Sattu is a staple dish in Bihar that is made primarily from roasted gram flour along with barley and wheat flour. Sattu is rich in fiber, has cooling properties and has a low glycaemic index. Roasting the flour also helps retain all the nutrients in the flour. Sattu can be made in a number of ways including paranthas and ladoos.
  3. Dhokla: Dhoklas are steamed Gujarati snacks made using gram flour. As with idlis, the flour is allowed to ferment before steaming. This helps enhance its nutrient value. Dhoklas also have a very low glycaemic index and is easy to digest.
  4. Bajra: Bajra is a very humble grain that is commonly eaten in Rajasthan. Bajra is a rich source of energy and aids digestion. It has an anti diabetic effect and is also said to promote a healthy heart. The lignin in grains is also said to have cancer protecting properties. Bajra is a winter food that is usually made into rotis or khichadi.
  5. Daliya: Daliya is also known as broken wheat. Daliya recipes can be sweet and savoury. Daliya is a complex carbohydrate that is slow to digest and hence releases energy at a slow, sustained rate. This makes it an ideal food for people suffering from high cholesterol or diabetes. The high fiber content also makes daliya easy to digest.
  6. Sprouts: Almost every guide to healthy eating promotes sprouts. As the name suggests, sprouts are lentils that have been germinated till they 'sprout' a root. This germination process makes them easy to digest by breaking down the nutrients into simple forms. Sprouts are rich in fiber, vitamin, minerals and proteins. They can be eaten raw or cooked depending on your preference.
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Anaemia and How It Can Affect Your Health

General Physician, Trivandrum
Anaemia and How It Can Affect Your Health

The lack of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood is termed as Anemia. You may also be diagnosed as anemic is your red blood cells do not have a high enough hemoglobin count. Since hemoglobin is responsible for the amount of oxygen in our blood, being anemic results in a decreased flow of oxygen in the blood. 

There are 5 different types of anemia. These are:

  1. Iron deficiency anemia: When the iron levels of the blood are lower than normal. 
  2. Sickle cell anemia: When the red blood cells are shaped like a 'sickle' and hence more fragile. This is an inherited condition. 
  3. Thalassemia: When the body does not produce enough red blood cells or hemoglobin. This is also an inherited condition.
  4. Megaloblastic anemia: When the blood does not have enough vitamin B12 and hence cannot transport hemoglobin through the body. 
  5. Hemolytic anemia: When the red blood cells are rapidly removed from the blood due to an infection, medication or disease. 

Lack of oxygen can have a serious effect on the organs of the body. Hence the symptoms of anemia are also the effects of the disease. 
Some of these are: 

Anemia can also lead to a number of major health problems such as:

  1. Heart disease: Anemia is directly linked to heart disease. When the blood carries less oxygen, the heart needs to work harder to pump it to the rest of the body. Thus, people who are anemic are at a higher risk of having a heart attack than a non anemic person. Anemia can also lead to arrhythmia or a condition where the person suffers from an irregular heartbeat.  
  2. Pregnancy complications: One of the first and most vital supplements prescribed to a pregnant woman is iron. Iron is essential not only for a healthy baby, but also for your own body. Anemia caused by a lack of iron can result in premature birth and a number of other complications at the time of pregnancy. 
  3. Increased risk of infections: Lack of oxygen in the blood can affect your immune system by lowering its ability to fight infections. This makes the body vulnerable to diseases. 
  4. Cognitive damage: Anemia in children can result in a greatly reduced attention span and weaken their memory. Sometimes, even when treated, this can result in permanent scarring and reduced IQ levels. 

Fighting anemia is not hard. Consult your doctor instantly if you recognize any of its symptoms and start eating food rich in iron to fight this disease.

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I am 37 weeks pregnant and my baby movements are less (5 to 6 movements in a day) from past few days, I have done with my Doppler test and every thing seems to be fine, I would like to know what causes the less baby movements. My Blood pressure: 110/70 Doppler test results are as follows: Fetal presentation: cephalic with U cord Placental position: fungal posterior weight: 2710 grams Avg Gest Age: 36 weeks 4 Days Heart rate: 156/min Afi < 12.6 cm Grade 3 Cervix 29mm.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am 37 weeks pregnant and my baby movements are less (5 to 6 movements in a day) from past few days, I have done wit...
Nothing to worry, continue with medicines, ultrasound reports show cervix, the mouth of uterus is about 3 cm open. If it's a first baby, it's a good sign at 37 weeks, means mouth has started to open and soon you will be having labour pains and baby delivered at 37 weeks plus is not premature, weight is about 3 kg, head is in lower side with placenta up and not blocking the passage of baby. Reports favor you to have a normal delivery. Go to labour room with a relaxed mind, don't count the movement of baby about babies in womb do need to rest for about 20 hours plus unless you have taken some cough syrups, they can cause sedation in baby too. Do share the good news with all of us here. Be careful if it's a second baby, mouth of uterus is opening up and go to hospital as soon as possible, when labour pains start as compared to 1st normal delivery second delivery takes lesser time.
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4 Stages Associated To Syphilis

MD - Physician
Sexologist, Coimbatore
4 Stages Associated To Syphilis

Syphilis is one of the most common STD and can affect both men and women. This bacterial infection can be easily treated, but if left unattended it can cause serious problems. Syphilis can be caught by mere skin to skin contact with an infected person’s genitals or mouth. Hence even if you do not have intercourse with an infected person, you can still get infected from them. If a woman who is pregnant gets infected with this disease, she could pass it on to her unborn child as well.

A person suffering from syphilis may not always exhibit symptoms of the disease. This disease goes through active as well as dormant phases with symptoms being present only in the former. Even its dormant phase, this disease can be transmitted from one person to another.

There are four stages of syphilis and each of them have their own symptoms.

  1. Primary stage: In its first stage, syphilis is marked by the presence of open sores called chancres. This can occur in the mouth, genitals are or around the anus. It can also be seen in other parts of the body where bacteria may have entered the body. These chancres are painless and may be accompanied by a swelling of the lymph nodes around it. This is the most contagious stage of the disease. Without treatment, these sores will resolve themselves in 3-6 weeks but the syphilis bacteria itself will remain in the body.
  2. Secondary stage: Anywhere between 2 weeks to 12 weeks after coming in contact with the bacteria, this infection may move into its second phase or secondary stage. At this point, you will notice a rash on your skin. This rash can be seen as a collection of small, flat or raised skin sores along with small, open sores on mucous membranes. These sores may contain pus. Dark-skinned people may notice that these sores are lighter than the surrounding skin. Along with this, the patient may also have fever, a sore throat, headaches, weakness, irritability and suffer from weight loss.
  3. Latent stage: Once the rash clears, this disease moves into its dormant or latent phase. This is also known as the hidden stage and can last anywhere from 1 to 20 years. It is very difficult to diagnose syphilis in this stage as there are no visible symptoms.
  4. Late (tertiary) stage: If the disease is not diagnosed and treated by the time it reaches this stage, it can cause a number of serious health problems. This includes blindness, cardiovascular problems, mental disorders and even death.
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