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Dr. Rajani Joshi

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Rajani Joshi is a renowned Gynaecologist in Saleem Nagar, Hyderabad. She is currently practising at Dr Rajani Joshi Clinic in Saleem Nagar, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Rajani Joshi on Lybrate.com.

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Painless Normal Delivery Is Now A Possibility!

Gynaecologist, Delhi
Painless Normal Delivery Is Now A Possibility!

One of the most severe forms of pain is the pain that a woman experiences during the process of childbirth. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most severe, it is believed to be 8 to 10. In the earlier days, a number of women would die during childbirth and survival was considered as a second lease of life. This belief has however, changed with the advancements in medical science. The delivery has now become an almost painless procedure.

How it works: The pelvis and the lower limbs receive nerve supply through the nerves coming out of the spinal cord. A strong anesthetic is injected into the lower back to numb the pelvis and down below. This ensures that the mother is comfortable and awake during the whole procedure and is able to see the child being delivered but has reduced pain in the lower half of the body.

What are its benefits?

  1. The mother has a painless delivery and is conscious and able to see the process of delivery.
  2. Significant relief from the painful experience of childbirth. The pain induces secretion of stress hormones in the mother, which adversely affects both the mother and the child.
  3. Blood pressure is better controlled using this procedure.
  4. Additional instruments can be used during the delivery if required without the need for additional anesthesia.
  5. If required, the procedure can be converted to a cesarean section too, by adding an epidural catheter.
  6. The duration of childbirth has been significantly decreased.
  7. Suitable for patients who have preeclampsia and heart disease

It has some disadvantages too

There are minor complications, including:

  1. This can develop after the painless delivery and the onset and intensity vary from one individual to another
  2. Post-procedure headache
  3. Pain at the site of injection
  4. Difficulty during urination
  5. The normal pushing effect by the woman is reduced due to the numbness and so vacuum may be used or delivery may have to be converted to a cesarean one.
  6. In rare cases, there could also be a sudden drop in the blood pressure

Certain indications

In the following cases, the doctor would advise the mother to go for a painless delivery

  1. Medical conditions like preeclampsia, high BP, or other heart conditions
  2. Subsequent births after having had a cesarean section (VBAC – vaginal birth after cesarean)
  3. People who have previously had prolonged or complicated labor, a painless delivery is easy on both the mother and the child

When it should be best avoided

In some cases, like the ones listed below, the painless delivery should be avoided

  1. Women with bleeding disorders.
  2. Women who are on blood thinners like aspirin, heparin, etc.
  3. Women who have had prior low back surgeries
  4. Women with neurological conditions

A detailed discussion with your gynecologist is the best way to identify, if this would work for you.

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Hello, I don't know what happened but I have been using femfresh (feminine wipes) to clean my vaginal area for 2 weeks already but today after I bath I felt a bit itching down there so I decided to use the wipes again (as mentioned above), while wiping it I felt a bit of a burning sensation. Can I ask what causes the burn? I was just confused, I don't know. Is it because of the wipes or is it something else? I need help asap as I'm just turn 20 this year.

MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Chennai
Fungal infection or Ring worm. When occurs in groin, called as jock itch. Usually fungal infection is common in moist areas of body like skin folds. It's mostly circular or round in appearance. May be red or black in colour. Treatment depending on the type and severity. Avoid sharing clothes, towels and soap; sweating also increases it. As it has to be differentiated from eczema and infection, its a must to see and confirm the diagnosis for proper treatment. So, please send photos of the affected area for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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Healthy Pregnancy

Ms - Gynae & Obs, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Jaipur
Healthy Pregnancy

Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet post pregnancy is as equally important. Abstain from alcohol, if you are breastfeeding your baby.

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Hi I wanna to ask you that how many week will take to give a birth child ? And it's a possible to give birth child in 34 weeks ? And what's should minimum week to birth a child ?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi I wanna to ask you that how many week will take to give a birth child ? And it's a possible to give birth child in...
34 weeks baby is premature, needs an incubator to keep warm & avoid infection, feeding by tube and medicines to improve lung fungtions including oxygen to be given under special care. 40 weeks + is healthy baby and needs no artificial care unless some specific defects are detected at birth. 36 weeks baby is mature, 4 weeks time is given by nature, means 36-40 weeks is normal. Beyond 40 weeks we wait for 10 days before induction is done to deliver baby with the help of medicines.
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A small pimple is growing on my breast area. At the tip of my nipples. Its getting swelling and paining too. I don't feel comfortable to share ot with my family. please Help me with it.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, M.R.C.S. England, M.Ch. Surgical Oncology, DNB Surgical Oncology, FEBS Surgical Oncology, DNB General Surgery, MNAMS, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS, FICS, FEBS Breast Surgery, FACS, Fellowship IFHNOS & MSKCC USA, Fellowship in breast and oncplastic Surgery
Oncologist, Mumbai
Better see a breast surgeon. There could be various causes of the small swelling from folliculitis to sebaceous cyst, Paget€™s disease of nipple to cancer nodule. They would examine you and if needed ask for an ultrasound or a mammogram Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss this further.
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How to improve my platelet level, now I'm 33 weeks pregnant, my platelet level is 1,27,000. Is it normal for my delivery or how I want to increase, I'm totally disappointed with my report.

DNB, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
How to improve my platelet level, now I'm 33 weeks pregnant, my platelet level is 1,27,000. Is it normal for my deliv...
You doesn't have a low platelet count that you are diagnosed with thrombocytopenia. You can develop gestational diabetes. With some medication it can be treated.
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6 Ways to Keep Yourself Energised All Day Long

LCPS, BAM&S
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Pune
6 Ways to Keep Yourself Energised All Day Long

All of us have our 'good hours' and 'bad hours' each day. While there are the night owls, who are more productive and ideating in the late night hours, there are others who like to be the early bird that literally catches the worm.  For both these categories, there are again hours where the energy wanes. Did you know there are some simple techniques that can help to maintain consistent levels of energy throughout the day?

As much as possible, try and maintain a regular routine in terms of waking up, eating at the same hours as closely as possible, and retiring for the day. The biological clock or circadian rhythm needs to be maintained as much as possible if high productivity is desired. Here are some things that can be completely and easily controlled to keep your energy levels steady through the day.

  1. Sleep patterns: Be it going to bed or waking up, try and maintain a pattern that does not vary too much, at least not drastically.  After waking up, a good dose of light in the morning is very helpful. If your work requires you to sleep during the day, ensure you get up into a room that is well and brightly lit.
  2. Exercise: Whether is it Saturday or cloudy, a 30 minute workout does magic like nothing else. Get outdoors and be it a walk or a run, cycling or swimming, you will see nothing else boosts your energy as well as this. 
  3. Nutrition: Reduced carbohydrates, a good dose of protein, ample hydration, adequate fiber intake, and good quantity of dry fruits are somethings to definitely follow. Start with a good breakfast that can boost your energy requirements for the day and eat less as the day goes by. 
  4. Caffeine: One of the most pleasant experience is to wake up to have a refreshing cup of coffee. While it sounds exotic, the body benefits more if this caffeine is provided sometime later in the day when the energy levels are low. 
  5. Alcohol: For many, alcohol could be a way of stress busting, but if scientifically looked at, alcohol reduces the quality of sleep and leaves you feeling unrested. It also leaves one tired and irritated. If possible, the alcohol intake should be at least 2 hours before bedtime.
  6. Power naps: Highly proven technique, where possible, a power nap of 15 minutes is believed to boost up energy levels significantly.

These are some methods to boost your energy levels.  Most of it something completely controllable and changeable by you, all it requires is a conscious effort from you.

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I am pregnant I am working in marketing job I have to travel daily some distance is it safe to travel on bus r scooter?

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Vellore
I am pregnant I am working in marketing job I have to travel daily some distance is it safe to travel on bus r scooter?
Dear lybrate user! greetings! very happy to hear for the pregnancy, congratulation. Avoid too much traveling, if your pregnant less than 7 months travel by bus, more than 7 months you can travel by safe. But while traveling in scooter, take care. Ride slowly, beware of speed breakers, avoid night traveling. Have a nice day. Have a healthy life through homeopathy
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My mom is 40 year old and suffering from stomach ache during the periods time so is it safe to use meftal spas to cure it.

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Homeopath, Sindhudurg
My mom is 40 year old  and suffering from stomach ache during the periods time so is it safe to use meftal spas to cu...
Hi give her mag p 200x 4pills 3 times in warm water. Narayani syrup 1spoonful 3 times daily. Colo 200 4pills 3 times. You can consult me online for further help.
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