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Dr. Lalitha Krishna

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

300 at clinic
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Dr. Lalitha Krishna is a popular Gynaecologist in Malkajgiri, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. Lalitha Krishna at LK Hospital in Malkajgiri, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Lalitha Krishna on Lybrate.com.

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Do you know these facts about your bladder?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Do you know these facts about your bladder?
1. Drink what you need. Though the medical recommendation is to
Drink 8-12 glasses of water a day the individual needs differ. Some
Need a lot more of water depending on their physical activity, body
Constitution, health conditions, climatic conditions etc, while
Some others need less. Frequent urination or a leak in a healthy adult
Means he is taking extra fluids! so drink just enough water to keep yourself
Healthily hydrated.

2. Caffeine is not good for your bladder as it is a diuretic. It
Speeds up your kidneys and irritate the bladder. So a leaking
Bladder may signal more of caffeine in the diet.

3. It is not often an enlarged prostate that causes plumbing
Problems in men but an overactive bladder. So get it diagnosed and
Treated!

4. It is normal to urinate once at night. Several visits to the loo at night
Indicate something is wrong. It could be just that you drink too
Much water in the evening or that you are anxious. If it's a
Regular habit to urinate more than twice at night keeping a fluid
Diary is recommended. Consult your doctor if it persists.

5. Another sign of an overactive bladder is urinating for more than
8 times a day.

6. Being overweight is a reason for stress incontinence. Stress
Incontinence is a condition where pressure on the bladder from
Cough or sneeze causes you to leak. It happens when the muscles in
The pelvis is weak and cannot handle this pressure.

7. It is not a small bladder that causes frequent leaks but your
Capacity. If you drink more water than you can hold you will
Probably leak. Weak muscles, nerve damage (due to conditions
Like diabetes), medications, infections etc can cause leaking.

Take care!
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I am a house wife I am pregnant after 2 years but 2014 I have operated of sist and fibroids my pregnancy started in january 26 2016 so what precautions I have to taken can you please tell me doctor.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
I am a house wife I am pregnant after 2 years but 2014 I have operated of sist and fibroids my pregnancy started in j...
Hello you are two months pregnant, hence you should take proper rest, medicines for the development of the fetus like vitamin supplements and hormones. Do not worry about the previous surgery.
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Today I had sex and I'm not conform that my sperm is inside or out and my partner's periods occur in 19 of each month and I didn't wanna to make her pregnant. So what to do now.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Today I had sex and I'm not conform that my sperm is inside or out and my partner's periods occur in 19 of each month...
Hello, you should opt for an emergency contraceptive pill like an ipill within 72 hrs of intercourse.
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I have a problem that I have sex with my gf yesterday and I didn't use safety measures .Now she is getting worried .Help me on this to stop pregnancy.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I have a problem that I have sex with my gf yesterday and I didn't use safety measures .Now she is getting worried .H...
u can take i pill immediately...within72hrs of unprotected sex...bt it's nt 100℅..anyways u can try it out.
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What Is an Insufficient Cervix and How Can It Be Treated?

MICOG, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
What Is an Insufficient Cervix and How Can It Be Treated?

The cervix is a part of the female reproductive system. It is the lower part of the woman's uterus, and it connects the vagina with the uterus. This is usually closed and tight, but ends up dilating during occasions like pregnancy and childbirth. The cervix is also known to soften eventually during the course of one's pregnancy and delivery. In case the cervix starts to open up too early, this condition is known as an insufficient cervix or an incompetent cervix. Here is everything you need to know about this condition.

Definition and symptoms: An incompetent or insufficient cervix is one that opens up too early and does not support a normal delivery. The symptoms that may point at this condition include pressure in the pelvic area, pain in the back, light bleeding from the vagina, mild cramps in the abdomen, and a change in the odour and hue of the vaginal discharge that may be experienced by the pregnant woman. Usually, such symptoms and changes are not seen in the early stages of one's pregnancy. Mostly, the symptoms are experienced after the fourth or fifth month of pregnancy, in the second trimester, when there is greater pressure on the area due to the growing fetus.

Risk factors: There are a number of factors that increase the risk of this condition, including congenital conditions like uterine anomalies and other genetic disorders. These disorders may affect the fibrous protein that produces the connective tissue of the body, which is also known as collagen. When there is a decrease in this kind of tissue, the cervix becomes incompetent or insufficient. Also, when there has been overexposure to synthetic estrogen, this kind of condition may be experienced. Further, cervical trauma is another factor that may cause this condition along with dilation and curettage, which is a procedure that corrects uterine conditions.

Treatment: The main form of treatment usually includes the prescription of progesterone supplements in the form of weekly administered injections. Also, serial ultrasounds every fortnight can help in monitoring the situation closely so that the doctor is able to ascertain whether or not you are going to be able to go through a normal delivery or not. Cervical cerclage is also a surgical procedure that can help such a condition. In this procedure, the cervix is stitched up with strong sutures, which will be removed in the last month of pregnancy, or just before the delivery. This is especially helpful if there have been cases of premature delivery in the past. This procedure is usually carried out within the first 14 weeks of the pregnancy to avoid loss of the fetus.

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I had unsafe sex wit my boy friend on 11th of April. My periods will be on 17th. But till now I haven't got my periods yet. I confirmed with prepa test too and it was normal. Now what to do.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
I had unsafe sex wit my boy friend on 11th of April. My periods will be on 17th. But till now I haven't got my period...
Hello- The urine test of pregnancy can come positive only after ten days of implantation if pregnant. Repeat the tests again after a week for correct result as it might be false negative currently.
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How To Prepare Yourself For A Surgery?

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Chennai
How To Prepare Yourself For A Surgery?

The thought of undergoing a major surgery worries most people as they stress about the possible surgical complications, outcomes of the procedure or just get scared with the idea of getting an incision. But, following a few simple steps before the surgery may enable you to not only lessen your fears but also accelerate the recovery process.

Here are some of the most effective tips to prepare yourself in a way that ensures a stress-free surgical procedure.

1. Acquire knowledge about the surgery beforehand: Keep yourself thoroughly informed about the surgical procedures you will undergo. Ask your surgeon about the time required for complete recovery, your stay at the hospital, hygiene standards of the hospital etc. Also, talk about the surgical complications that you may experience and the measures to be taken from your side to deal with them.
2. Inform the doctor about your prevalent health issues: Talk to your doctor if you are suffering from any medical conditions currently like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, arthritis etc. Also inform him if you are under any kind of medications or allergic to any particular drug.
3. Enquire about the types of anaesthesia available: Knowing about your anaesthesia choices always help you prepare better for an operation. While some surgery requires specific types of anaesthesia for other you can decide whether you want a local, regional or general anaesthesia. Local anaesthesia is used for affecting a small area while the regional one is used for numbing a larger part and general, your entire body.

4. Be prepared to deal with the post-surgery painYou might experience post-surgery pain depending on the type of procedure followed. Ask your doctor for suggestions on the type of medicines you should do to curb this pain. Generally, most doctors recommend drugs, hot or cold therapy, massage etc.
5. Look for a caregiver in advance: You will require some support and care after the surgery while you recover. Seek the help of your family and friends in this regard and ensure that someone can stay with you for at least a day after you return from the hospital.
6. Follow the pre and post surgery instructions given by the doctor: Follow all the instructions given by the doctor regarding the kind of diet to be followed, restriction from consuming certain things like alcohol or any other lifestyle changes required to keep you healthy before and after the surgery. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Surgeon.

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My wife next mensuration will start on around 9 december. I.e 9 -14 dec. .what is the best date to get her pregnant.in this month and next month also. Pls! Mention the date range.

BHMS
Homeopath, Howrah
My wife next mensuration will start on around 9 december. I.e 9 -14 dec. .what is the best date to get her pregnant.i...
If she has a normal menstrual cycle the the chances of ovulation is around 12th to 14th day. 19th to 28th will have more chances for pregnancy. More precise from 21 to 23rd.
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I'm three months conceive now. The whole day I'm tired and dizziness is always there. This is my second baby. For my first baby I was not tired this much. Is it normal? Help me out.

Doctor of Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Raipur
I'm three months conceive now. The whole day I'm tired and dizziness is always there. This is my second baby. For my ...
Please see a Obstetrician and blood tested for Haemoglobin and blood sugar post 75 GM of glucose and 2 hours after the sample to be given to rule out Anaemia and Gestational Diabetes. May take Iron and Calcium regularly. Consume balanced high protein diet. Milk is also recommended.
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