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Dr. Nisha

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Nisha is a renowned Gynaecologist in St Johns Road, Hyderabad. You can visit him/her at Surakshit Poly Clinic in St Johns Road, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Nisha on Lybrate.com.

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Blood Group Diet - Understanding the Pros and Cons

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Indore
Blood Group Diet - Understanding the Pros and Cons

It was believed by Dr Peter D’Adamo that the unique antigen markers of different blood group types react to different kinds of food. The consumption of the wrong kind of food may lead to various health conditions. The right kind of food, when consumed according to the blood types can help prevent chronic diseases, maintain an optimum body weight and act as defence against a large number of diseases. It was also believed that stomach acid levels and digestive enzymes are related to blood types.

Blood type diet:

  1. Blood Type A should only consume a vegetarian, in fact vegan diet.
  2. Blood Type B is recommended a balanced diet of meat, dairy products and vegetables.
  3. Blood Type O should consume high amounts of animal protein along with lots of fruits and vegetables. The carbohydrate, dairy and wholegrain intake must be low.
  4. Blood Type AB should stick to a vegetarian diet mostly, with occasional inclusions of meat and dairy products.

Pros of a diet based on blood group

  1. Food that agrees with your body system is essentially beneficial to your body.
  2. Blood type dieting makes exercising the most important part of your daily health regimen. This helps to promote fitness.
  3. It is effective as far as weight loss is concerned.
  4. It discourages the consumption of processed food and junk meals. Healthy fresh vegetables, fruits or dairy products will always be beneficial.
  5. Does not allow the intake of fatty, sugary food items.
  6. You can choose different food for your diet from a variety of food items suitable for your blood type.

Cons of a diet based on blood group

  1. It does not include food from all food groups.
  2. Many nutritionists and scientists have not been able to establish a connection between blood type and food suitability.
  3. Cutting out certain essential food groups can be quite dangerous.
  4. The theory of Dr D’Adamo is quite questionable and disputable. It does not have a medical backing.
  5. Following this diet can be quite tedious.
  6. There can be varying results from following such diet and this makes it difficult to analyse the outcome of following such diets. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.
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Trying to pregnant 7 month but not conceiving my periods are irregular some time 2, 3 months late. Please help.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Trying to pregnant 7 month but not conceiving my periods are irregular some time 2, 3 months late. Please help.
Hi lybrate-user. You and your husband should get a few tests done for further evaluation. That will gv an idea about the cause probably. If you are to pursue the treatment pls let me know.
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We Got Game: Masturbation Play for Couples

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
We Got Game: Masturbation Play for Couples


The sexual world inhabited by a couple is a beautiful and fascinating thing - and one that shouldn't be self-limited by the participants. Intercourse is, of course, a huge part of that world, as well it should be. Many couples include oral or anal sex in the mix as well. But surprisingly, masturbation is not generally included as an activity for both members to share. Sure, each partner may engage in private masturbation (with men often including that as part of their regular penis care routine), but many couples never masturbate in front of or with each other. Yet much can be learned from this activity. Perhaps a couple might feel more comfortable if they explored mutually masturbating in the context of a game.

If masturbation is viewed as a game between two partners, it can help to take a little of the "edge" off of trying it initially. And once a couple gets used to masturbating together, they may find that they want to include the activity as a more regular part of their sex lives.

Games people play

So what games can couples play involving masturbation? There can be quite a few, actually.

- Masturbation dice. A pair of dice can be used to create any number of masturbation games. For example, a partner rolls the dice. If it is even, the man starts masturbating; if it is odd, the woman. That person must continue masturbating until their partner's "side" is rolled.

- Stroking cards. As with dice, there are many different games a couple can create using playing cards. One simple game is for one partner to turn over the top card of a deck and for the other partner to stroke or rub their genitals the number of times indicated on a card. (For example, a 4 of clubs would mean stroking or rubbing 4 times.) Play continues until orgasm or until the couple decides to dispense with the cards and keep masturbating or engaging in another form of sex.

Alternatively, a couple can play a game like Crazy 8s, but arrange for one person to keep masturbating as long as red cards are played and for the other to do the same when black suits are played.

- Music fun. Go to a website that plays songs or music videos and set it to play at random. Pick a system for which partner masturbates when. For example, if a solo male performs, the guy masturbates; if a solo female, the girl does. And if it's a band each partner masturbates.

- Binge masturbate. When catching up on that hot series everyone's talking about, why not masturbate as well? A couple can easily determine what the rules are. For example, the male masturbates when a female character talks and vice versa. Or if a show has multiple storylines, decide during which one each partner must masturbate.

- Time it. Simplicity itself. Take an egg timer and turn it over. One partner masturbates until the sand runs out, then turns it over and the other partner does likewise. The same can be done with an electric timer, too, of course.

- Naked ping pong. Those with a ping pong table can strip down and play ping pong, but each participant must be masturbating at the same time. Many other games, such as checkers or any board game, can be adapted similarly.

Of course, many couples will need no game in order to begin exploring masturbation together - and that's great, too.

Whether using a game or not, men will need to be careful not to get over-aggressive during a masturbation session (solo or with a partner). But if a rubbed raw penis occurs, applying a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is urgent. Select a crème with both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) to soothe that overworked penis skin. And be sure the crème also includes L-carnitine, a neuroprotective agent that can help restore sensitivity lost from rough handling of the penis.

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Mustard oil should be heated upto it's smoking point for cooking or the food tastes bitter. Is this correct.Please tell sir

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Mustard oil should be heated upto it's smoking point for cooking or the food tastes bitter. Is this correct.Please te...
You are right, mustard oil heating point is higher than other oils like soy oil. One should use little amount of mustard oil to saute the vegetables & cook it by steaming in a thick based vessel with a tight lid, preferably made of iron, like our grannies used to cook on a slow fire. The taste remains better with full value of nutrients of minerals and vitamins. Use soy oil for frying. But do not reuse it. Do not throw it either. Use a spoon of it to make curries, oil is not reheated but mixed with home made tomato purries & spices as a gravy instead of onions which soak more oil.
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I have been using yasmin tablets from the last two months. Last month my periods were fine and regular but this month I did not get my period properly. Jst a little drops.

BHMS PGCGO
Homeopath, Hubli-Dharwad
I have been using yasmin tablets from the last two months. Last month my periods were fine and regular but this month...
No issue take it properly. It usually reduces flow. If you take irregularly chances of pregnancy also there.
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Meri daughter 10 sal ki he or uske periods two months se start ho chuke he but is month Vo 6th July ko period aya tha 6 din tak Fir vapas 20th July start Hua kya esa hota he suruat me ya koi problem he.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Meri daughter 10 sal ki he or uske periods two months se start ho chuke he but is month Vo 6th July ko period aya tha...
Nahi koi samasya nahi hai Iska pramukh karan hai stress Stress k wajah se sharir me harmonal imbalance ho jati hai jiski wajah se aisa hota hai
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I had intimated with my husband about 10 days ago at that tym we don't use protection. But after that I had an ipill on second day. And now today before 1 week of my menses cycle I found a some spots. What is the reason behind it and will it effect my menses dates of every month. Is this a serious issue.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I had intimated with my husband about 10 days ago at that tym we don't use protection. But after that I had an ipill ...
Hello, This is a withdrawal bleed following ipill and this indicates that you are not pregnant and this was expected within 7 days from ipill intake.
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