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Dr. S Mahalaxmi

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. S Mahalaxmi is a renowned Gynaecologist in Kalasiguda, Hyderabad. He is currently associated with Mahalaxmi Maternity Nursing Home in Kalasiguda, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. S Mahalaxmi on Lybrate.com.

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My wt is 67 kg and my height is 5.2". I am obese person can this lead problem in conception or pregnancy.

MD. DGO.DSP
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wt is 67 kg and my height is 5.2". I am obese person can this lead problem in conception or pregnancy.
Not always but it's better to loose weight. If you try for 6 months and don't conceived you should investigate.
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I have sex with my gf on march 1 st wk. And I gave her ipill. After 10 days she has bleeding for 2 days. Again on april 1 st wk we have sex. But I did nt give her ipill and I used condom. On april 13 she had bleeding and on 15 it hs stopped. And she had test pregnancy. And it is -ve. She had test it on home made basis. What can I do now. Pleas suggest me.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have sex with my gf on march 1 st wk. And I gave her ipill. After 10 days she has bleeding for 2 days. Again on apr...
Hello, she may have had her normal menses by 13th april considering last menses were also around 15th march (bleed after ipill) which indirectly assures that she is not pregnant.
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A girl could go through a lot of mood swings and stress during her periods. I would like to ask that is hot flash a part of the stress and is it okay for a girl about 23 to get hot flashes during periods.?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
A girl could go through a lot of mood swings and stress during her periods. I would like to ask that is hot flash a p...
Hello- hot flushes occur often during menstrual cycle, or they may start just before, but they usually continue after a year or two during peri menopause. In some cases, many women experience hot flushes after menopause as well. Tips for handling hot flushes 1. Avoid triggers drinking alcohol, consuming caffeine, eating spicy foods, or smoking can raise your body temperature, which may result in hot flushes. Also, warm environments and tight clothes can cause hot flushes. 2. Dress in layers layering your clothing can make you more comfortable. Even on the coldest days, you can remove your coat or sweater after a hot flush episode. Also, wear natural fabrics (e. G. Cotton) to prevent hot flushes. 3. Calm down take deep and slow breaths from your abdomen for 15 to 20 minutes regularly. This will help you manage stress and prevent hot flushes. Relaxation techniques, such as meditation and yoga, can also help. 4. Keep hydrated it is important to stay hydrated. Drink ice water before a hot flush begins. Also, cold beverages can help reduce the frequency and intensity of hot flushes. 5. Ambient temperature keeping a glass of ice water on your nightstand will help you get your hot flushes under control. In addition, keep the room temperature cool or use a fan. 6. Herbal remedies many women start using herbal remedies to prevent hot flushes. For example, soy contains phytoestrogens, which mimic estrogen in the body. The downside of this remedy is that it doesn't encourage the body to produce its own hormones.
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More sex creates some problem on health or any part of the body, how much time we sex in a week.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
There is no limit for doing sex or not. Jut when you feel hungry you feel craving to eat something. In the same way if both partners feel like having sex they can have it as many time a week but you must give prime importance to your partner, his/her feelings before having sex.
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I am 17 year old girl Sir I am suffering from breast pain and stomach pain since two day so please suggest me how to cure these pains.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
1.Take bland diet, avoid oily,spicy,fried and junk food, 2.Drink plenty of water 3.Take one Tablet of meftal spas Ds as and when required after food up to a maximum of three tablets daily 4.Take one tablet of rantac150 mg twice daily before food 5.Consut doctor for further advice
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Is it possible that women get pregnant having sex after getting Tubectomy operation?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Is it possible that women get pregnant having sex after getting Tubectomy operation?
Hi, 1 out of 200 women undergone tubectomy can get pregnant, failure rate of tubectomy is .5 -- .7%
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I am suffering from pcod from last 2 years. Would you suggest any treatment for that?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Palakkad
I am suffering from pcod from last 2 years. Would you suggest any treatment for that?
Polycystic ovarian syndrome can be completely cured with homoeopathic medicines. No side effects in homoeopathic medicines. We can prevent further recurrence. Avoid non veg and bakery items. Reduce intake of oily and fatty foods. Drink plenty of water. Daily walk about 45 mins. While taking homoeopathic medicines please avoid coffee and soft drinks for fast and better action of medicines. Nothing to worry.
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Spinal Compression Fracture - How It Can Be Treated?

Spine and Pain Management
Pain Management Specialist, Hyderabad
Spinal Compression Fracture - How It Can Be Treated?

What is spinal compression fracture?
Spinal compression fractures are getting frequent due to the many lifestyle changes which we undergo. The body should not be made to be put use in a certain way like posture, lifting heavy weights, etc. However, prolonged and repeated usage affects the spine directly and results in compression fractures. Though the condition looks, gratifying, modern science has advanced to levels where the fractures can be addressed very effectively, and the pain symptoms can be eradicated almost completely. Let us have a summary about the treatment methods.

The treatment
The treatment plan of any spinal compression fracture should effectively highlight the pain, the factors leading to the pain and lastly the fracture itself. Our body has been designed in such a way that the spine can withstand an amount of pressure and force. As a result of it, it is one of the strongest parts of the human body. Hence most the fractures heal with pain medications and strength exercises. These activities can be embraced as a permanent one- thus eradicating the pain altogether.

Pain killers are administered gradually for a few weeks along with rest and once the pain subsidises strength exercises are imparted as a part of the treatment plan. In few cases, anti-inflammatory drugs and antidepressants can also help in relieving the nerve related pain. A back brace like an easily removable cast can also be put when doing the usual activities. This, directly stiffness the spine and provides it with support. The pressure to the spine can be greatly relieved due to the back brace.

Surgery for Spinal compression fractures
As stated, most of the spinal pain can go away with certain lifestyle changes and medications. However, in some extreme cases even after putting all the effort the pain does not go, then a surgical treatment has to be performed to correct the fractures. There are two minimally invasive procedures namely Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty and one complicated procedure known medically as the Spinal fusion surgery. In vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty, bone cement is spread across in layers to the affected region.

These blocks of cement have a tendency to get strong in a matter of minutes, thus relieving the pressure immediately. Spinal fusion surgery is done in extremely rare cases where two or more vertebras are connected together using metal screws. Sometimes even a bone graft is affixed to provide support to the fractured region. Doctors, however, do not go for it usually as the procedure causes extreme inconvenience even after the treatment.

Prevention
Spinal compressions are a frequent occurrence nowadays, and as good physician would suggest prevention is better than cure. Making the much-needed changes to life and the activities we perform can drastically reduce the chances of getting a spinal compression fracture.

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I m 28 year old I am facing problem of delayed period from last 3 month and i' m married and also trying for baby. Is this because of serious problem, as I am suffering from syndrome in my both ovaries. Is it possible for me to become happy mother

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
Nothing to worry , these all are because of hormonal imbalances. In homoeopathy we have an excellent medicines to cure this problem permanently and much more helpful to the conception also. You may consult.
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Perineum and Pelvic Floor Repair - A Complete Guide!

M.B.B.S, M.S Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Diploma in Advanced Modern Cosmetic - Plastic Gynaecology, Diploma in Minimal Invasive Surgery(Germany), Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Perineum and Pelvic Floor Repair - A Complete Guide!

The perineum is the area between the vagina and the anus. This fragile area plays a significant role in the female reproductive system. This is often intentionally or accidentally torn open to allow for the normal delivery of the baby. This needs to be repaired meticulously to ensure that the pelvic floor is safeguarded from further damage.

The pelvic floor contains multiple muscles and supporting tissues which help in keeping the vagina, rectum, uterus and supporting structures in their places. When these muscles become weak due to childbirth, ageing, perineal injury etc, the uterus, bladder and rectum loosen up and prolapse down.The most common problem that is encountered is urine and fecal incontinence, where the woman has difficulty holding urine and feces. Though not often discussed openly given the private nature of the topic, many women suffer from a weak pelvic floor. Read on to know some of the common causes, symptoms, and management measures.

Causes:

  1. Chronic cough: The next time you cough for prolonged periods, notice how much pressure it puts on the pelvic area. This goes unnoticed, but chronic cough can weaken the pelvic floor muscles. It is not common for women to lose some urine during these long-drawn coughing spells.
  2. Chronic constipation: The pressure exerted during constipation weakens the pelvic floor, often leading to incontinence.
  3. Pregnancy and delivery: Most common cause of perineal injury, where the perineum is torn (accidentally or intentionally) to allow for easy passage of the baby. If it is not repaired meticulously, the pelvic floor is weakened.

Symptoms:

Urinary incontinence is the most common symptom that women present to doctors with. However, there are minor symptoms which a woman would experience prior to reaching this stage. Most often, these are ignored, and only brought to doctor’s notice when symptoms become quite severe. If left unattended, there could be more severe repercussions too.

  1. A heavy feeling in the pelvic area, commonly referring to as a bearing down sensation, a feeling that the internal organs are going to pop out through the vagina
  2. A small lump that can be felt and/or seen at the vaginal opening
  3. Feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder and/or bowel
  4. Constipation
  5. Pain or bleeding from the vagina or the rectum
  6. Recurrent pelvic and/or urinary tract infections

Management:

  1. Kegel exercises are often used to strengthen the pelvic floor. This is very effective if the problem is identified quite early.
  2. In more progressive cases, surgical repair is the most effective option. This not only corrects the prolapses but also helps boost confidence of the person, by correcting the incontinence problems and improving sexual experiences. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.
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