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Dr. Madavi Reddy

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Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
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Dr. Madavi Reddy is a renowned Gynaecologist in Vanasthalipuram, Hyderabad. She has completed MBBS . She is currently associated with Sri Nitya Hospitals in Vanasthalipuram, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Madavi Reddy on Lybrate.com.

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Plot no 73, Opp Andhra Bank, Vanasthalipuram road, B N Reddy Nagar-Vanasthalipuram, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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I zm a 35 yr old female having a 5 yr old son. It was a c section in 2010. After that I had an abortion back in 2011 becoz we were not ready to have 2nd one that time. Its been 5+ years now that I have not conceived. I have hammoragic cyst problem. Also this january I had ectopic pregnancy which was terminated. I am trying hard for pregnancy from last 1 yr but nothing is happening. What shud I do? please advise.

MBBS, MD Obs & Gynae, FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
u need hormonal tests for ovarian reserves as it decreases with age. plus u need tests for tubes if they are open. and persistent haemorrhagic cyst can be endometriosis so u need further evaluation for it.
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WORM INFECTION HOME REMIDY

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
WORM INFECTION HOME REMIDY

Pumpkin seeds are a traditional remedy for worms. They work by paralysing the worms but not killing them so it is important that a natural laxative, such as psyllium seeds or flaxseed oil to move the worms out of the digestive system. Children can be given 10-15 pumpkin seeds a day, and, adults twenty to thirty a day for about two weeks. Follow this with a laxative about one hour after each dose of seeds. Eating pumpkin seeds daily may even help prevent parasites. Laxatives, however, should not be taken over a lengthy period of time. Alternatively try pumpkin and watermelon seeds ground into a powder and mixed with a little aloe vera juice and taken on an empty stomach each morning.

Hi doctor, trying to conceive. I have done my follicular scan with doctors instruction. The study goes as follows: Day 9- Right ovary follicles - 9x8 mm, left - 13x9, endometrium thickness 7mm. DAY 12 - right - 8mm, left - 16x9, endometrium thickness 7mm. Doctor has again asked me to repeat on DAY 15. Please advise if everything is normal? Can I conceive without any problems.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi doctor, trying to conceive. I have done my follicular scan with doctors instruction. The study goes as follows: Da...
Everything is fine this study is done to see whether you have enough follicles or not and they are maturing on time and rupturing on time also uterus lining is measured. It will help in knowing about the proper functioning of your ovaries and uterus so don't worry you can conceive, have faith in your doctor.
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I am suffering from irregular period since 6 month. My age is 27 years. How can I regular it.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
I am suffering from irregular period since 6 month. My age is 27 years. How can I regular it.
Hello, lybrate-user there are two types of irrrgular periods they may come early or late. So which problem you r suffering is necessary to know. If they are late its may be due to haemoglobin defeciency, thyroid problem or poly cystic ovarian disease. So you have to do these blood test and usg abdomen. Find the exact reason and take treatment accordingly. Till that you can use syp. Evecare 2tsf two times a day after food.
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After 4 days of sex I done in a day 1 time vomiting or next same thing happen so it is sign of pregnancy. Or tell me when the vomiting comes after sex.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
After 4 days of sex I done in a day 1 time vomiting or next same thing happen so it is sign of pregnancy. Or tell me ...
Vomiting can happen otherwise also, why always think in that direction. And no vomiting doesn't happen with sex too. It could be coincidence.
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Home remedy for Chronic Constipation n Flatulence -

Ph.D - Ayurveda, MD - Ayurveda, Diploma in Diet and Nutrition, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma Yoga
Ayurveda, Jaipur
Home remedy for Chronic Constipation n Flatulence -
Bel's pulp (bilva, aegle marmelos)- 100 gm
Sonf - 100 gm
Isabgol - 100 gm
Cardamom (small) - 100 gm
Mix all well with sugar (300 gm)- store this granulated powder well.
Consume 10 gm in morning before breakfast with lukewarm water.
Repeat 10 gm at night after meals with lukewarm water.
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Asked this before about my irregular menses and severe pain during menses. Dr. Advised me for sonography but i'm done with it. There's nothing like ovarian cyst or anything like that. Earlier Dr. Prescribed me Mala N for 3 months course but this worked for few months only after that condition was same.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Asked this before about my irregular menses and severe pain during menses. Dr. Advised me for sonography but i'm done...
Hello, severe pain during menses is called dysmenorrhoea and can be due to endometriosis or adenomyosis. The pain can be controlled with nsaids and to regularise menses you need to rule out pcos, hypothyroidism and hyperprolactinemia as well first. If pregnancy is not a concern then continue mala n for another 3 months.
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Nutrition of a Hard-Boiled Egg Vs. a Fried Egg

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Nutrition of a Hard-Boiled Egg Vs. a Fried Egg

Whether you're looking for a quick and healthy staple for breakfast, a snack to get you through the day, or simply a slightly unconventional dinner, eggs can be a nutritious addition to your diet. An inexpensive source of protein, eggs also provide vitamin a, iron and selenium. The way you prepare an egg affects its calorie and fat content, but most of the nutritional value are retained.

Preparation

A hard-boiled egg is cooked by placing an egg, shell and all, in boiling water for about 14 minutes, or until the yolk and whites are firm. Hard-boiled eggs may be eaten alone, chopped and made into an egg salad or used as a topping on green salads or soups. Fried eggs are prepared by cracking a whole egg into some sort of fat--butter, bacon grease or vegetable oil. The egg may be cooked through by basting it with the fat in the pan, or flipped to brown it on both sides.

Calories and fat

One hard-boiled egg has 77 calories while a fried egg has 90 calories. A hard-boiled egg provides 5 grams of fat, 2 grams of which are saturated. A fried egg cooked in vegetable oil provides 7 grams of fat with 2 grams saturated. Using saturated fat to cook the egg, such as butter or bacon grease, will increase the saturated fat content of the egg as well.

Additional nutrition

Both egg preparations provide 6 grams of protein. A fried egg is slightly higher in iron, with 5 percent of the recommended dietary allowance, versus 3 percent for a hard-boiled egg, based on a 2, 000-calorie diet. Either egg preparation provides between 2 and 3 percent of the rda for calcium and 10 percent for phosphorus -- two minerals important for healthy bones -- as well as 14 percent for riboflavin and 11 percent for vitamin b-12. Both hard-boiled and fried eggs contain 22 percent of the rda for the trace mineral selenium, which acts as an antioxidant to scavenge disease-causing free radicals.

Cholesterol

An egg contains about 210 milligrams of cholesterol, regardless of whether you fry or hard-boil it. The American heart association advices limiting cholesterol intake to 300 mg or less daily. One fried or hard-boiled egg may fit into a heart-healthy diet, if you limit other sources of cholesterol on days you choose to eat a fried or hard-boiled egg.
 

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