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Dr. Nagasree

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Nagasree is a renowned Gynaecologist in Khairatabad, Hyderabad. You can meet Dr. Nagasree personally at Vijay Marie Hospital in Khairatabad, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Nagasree on Lybrate.com.

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Mam, meri girlfriend ke periods 6 months se ruk gaye hai. Mai aur wo baut pareshan hai please kuch solution btaye?

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
Mam, meri girlfriend ke periods 6 months se ruk gaye hai. Mai aur wo baut pareshan hai please kuch solution btaye?
Please go to a gynecologist for regular check-up and do some tests. Preventive health check-up should be basically followed by all the women. One should not deny or ignore health problems as it can be easily diagnosed and treated accordingly. Leading a healthy and happy life should be the first priority irrespective of any back ground.
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Hi, I had sex without a condom on the 27th September, I took a i pill on the 28th of September, I got my period on the 7th october which lasted 6 days, will I get my period as usual like I do every month on the 20th, please clarify, this is the third time i have asked this question to be directed to another doc or given some vague answer.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi, I had sex without a condom on the 27th September, I took a i pill on the 28th of September, I got my period on th...
Hi, I pill is a strong medicine, and should not be taken on a regular basis. It spoils your menstrual cycle though the effect is for a short time only. The bleeding on 6 th October was a withdrawal bleeding and not your periods. Your periods can come anytime and your cycle date may get altered. Once you get your periods, then that will be your new date. So you will have to wait and watch.
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I am 23 Yrs doctor. I had a kind of delivery in month of May in which I was 5 months pregnant only. I got well after that and the very next month itself I was regular on my periods. So June July August I was regular on periods. And now September I missed my periods. It's been 12 days till today from my usual period date. So why did this happen doctor? Should I wait or go for scanning?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am 23 Yrs doctor. I had a kind of delivery in month of May in which I was 5 months pregnant only. I got well after ...
U need counselling which wil u give correct perception of transformation ur problem for dat we have to take detail case taking So plz follow below guidelines for u but overall Everything is not for u but overall Everything is not for u Its in general GUIDELINES FOR YOU Just for information
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I'm 21 year old girl. I take pills or unwanted 72 from last 12 months in every month after sex. Isn't it harmful for me. I had pain in my body in Brest, lower belly, and mood swing isn't is it safe or Mai kisi b doctors se nahin mili hu so Kya doctor se consult Karna padta ya kuchh series problem Ho sakti hai.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Psychiatric Medicine
Psychiatrist, Ahmedabad
I'm 21 year old girl. I take pills or unwanted 72 from last 12 months in every month after sex. Isn't it harmful for ...
If you need to take every month, it will be harmful, you can use oral contraceptive pill for 21 days.
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Complete Infertility Investigation - How Important Is It?

Orthopedist, Gurgaon
Complete Infertility Investigation - How Important Is It?

While some couples conceive with ease, conceiving a child can be extremely difficult for others. In cases where a woman is not able to get pregnant despite having regular intercourse in tune with her biological cycle, infertility tests may be suggested to investigate the reason behind this. In most cases, these tests are suggested if a year has gone by without intercourse resulting in a pregnancy. Women may also be said to be infertile, if they cannot carry a foetus to full term.

Infertility can affect both men and women and can be triggered by a number of different reasons. In some cases, it is treatable while in others, alternative ways of having a family may need to be discussed. Hence, it is very important to understand the different types and triggers for infertility and to undergo complete infertility investigations. Some of the common types of infertility investigations are as given below. 

 

  1. Blood tests: A blood test of both partners is used to assess the general health of the couple and to identify any health factors that may be impeding fertility.
  2. Tests for women: 
    1. Hysterosalpingogram: This is an X ray that can identify if a blockage or any other issue in the fallopian tubes are the cause for infertility.
    2. Pelvic ultrasound: This is used to have a look at the anatomy of the female reproductive system and to check for fibroids.
    3. Laparoscopy / hysteroscopyThis is used to get a clearer picture of the ovaries, uterus and other parts of the reproductive system.
    4. Tracking cycle: Ovulation and the thickness of the uterus lining may also affect infertility, This can be diagnosed by tracking and assessing the menstrual cycle.
  3. Tests for men
    1. Semen analysis:This test is used to get an idea of sperm concentration, motility and the appearance of sperm in a man’s semen. In some cases, the semen may not include any sperm cells. In such cases, a follow up investigation may be required to assess if sperm cells are being created in the testicles. This is known as testicular sperm aspiration or a testicular biopsy.
    2. Sperm DNA: The DNA in sperm also plays an important role in fertility. This test is used to assess the sperm DNA integrity and to see how it may affect embryo development and chances of an on-going pregnancy.

Infertility treatment depends on the cause identified by the above tests and hence it is important for both partners to undergo complete testing. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am 28 year old and have been trying to conceive for 2 years. This is my 6th cycle of ttc and doctor has started gmh 75 injections with tablet on days 4-9. Today is my 14th day and I had 4 injections on alternate days in last week. But follicle size is not big and doctor has suggested to take another two in jections in next 4 days and scan again on 19th day. Will late ovulation or delayed egg growth affect pregnancy? Why the tablets which worked before without gmh injection is not working now?

MBBS, DGO(DAWN)
Gynaecologist, Bhopal
I am 28 year old and have been trying to conceive for 2 years. This is my 6th cycle of ttc and doctor has started gmh...
Maybe you should abort the cycle this time and try with 150 gmh injections in the next cycle or increase the dose of tge tablets this is happening because of low reserve ideally you are the best candidate for ivf as the reserve will keep on diminushing with each cycle.
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Hi, I am Aparna, 30. My problem is that I have irregular periods and it lasts only for 1-2 days. I have also headache regularly and body pain generally in legs.

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
Hi, I am Aparna, 30. My problem is that I have irregular periods and it lasts only for 1-2 days. I have also headache...
Please do a USG/Thyroid function test first. Also CBC/Calcium test. You are advised to take a glass of milk regularly for the time being.
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Do you have Mood Swings before Periods?

MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Do you have Mood Swings before Periods?

Do you have Mood swings before periods?

It is possible that like millions of women worldwide, you could also be suffering from PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome.
PMS is diagnosed if a woman persistently (more than six months) seems to be suffering from a group of symptoms. Mood swings, irritability, feeling of loss of control, bloating, headaches, breast pain etc are part of the symptoms.

These symptoms appear a week or ten days before the onset of periods and subside when the menstrual bleeding starts. The first two weeks from the onset of periods are relatively easier and symptom-free.

7 tips to reduce your mood swings:

1) Well, the first thing to do is to tackle the situation head on rather than feeling helpless over the whole situation. Stop blaming other people in your life like your husband, brother, children or mother-in -law for your mood swings.
Accept that this situation happens to many other women like you and you are not alone.

2) Try practicing relaxation techniques like Meditation, Yoga, deep Breathing exercises and Pranayam. It helps you give greater insight, to calm down and reduce the extent of swings.


3) Chamomile tea and Supplements contain Evening Primrose oil which is available over the counter may help to soothe frayed nerves.

4) Eat a healthy diet and avoid high salt and sugar containing foods. Include fresh fruits and salads in your diet. Your diet should contain enough vitamin B,D, and calcium. If you are not sure about the diet, you could take supplements for a few days and see if it makes a difference.

5) Exercise regularly, even if it is for 20 min a day. Get outdoors and try to get the benefits of early morning sunshine.

6) Get enough sleep and listen to the signals your body sends you about fatigue and rest. Allow your body to rejuvenate and renew.

7)If nothing works and your mood swings threaten to upset your social or personal lifestyle, please consult your gynecologist who may want to prescribe pills to tackle the whole situation. Anti-anxiety drugs sometimes help to correct the balance of a chemical called serotonin.

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After Having a meal, how much gap should be there to have a sex? OR It is better to have sex with an empty stomach?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
There is no such time gap. Make sure that you are comfortable and not too much hungry, neither too much tired after taking heavy meals.
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