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Dr. Sarojini Martha

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Dr. Sarojini Martha is a renowned Gynaecologist in Adibatla, Hyderabad. You can meet Dr. Sarojini Martha personally at Andra Mahila Sabha Hospital in Adibatla, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sarojini Martha on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 38 years of experience on Find the best Gynaecologists online in Hyderabad. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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Homeopethy se pcod kab tak thik hota h. Humne suna h 2 saal lag jate h .plz batae hume juldi concive karna h .kya pcod ke sath m concive ho sakta h medicin se.

Homeopath, Indore
Homeopethy se pcod kab tak thik hota h. Humne suna h 2 saal lag jate h .plz batae hume juldi concive karna h .kya pco...
Hi, Pcod thik hona depend Karta he patient to patient. Koi 6-7 months me bhi thik ho jata he Kisi ko 1-2 saal bhi lag jaate he. Homoeopathy sabse best option he pcod thik karne ke liye Bina Kisi side effect. Or Aap on going treatment concieve bhi Kar Sakti he .or sath sath me med bhi continue rakh Sakti he during pregnancy. Medicine ke sath sath thoda yog or pranayam chalu kare apna weight control rakhne ke liye .or stress free bhi. Consult an Homoeopath for d treatment or you can consult me.
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After intercourse. She is not sure about her pregnancy. So,use of i-pill is correct or not. Is there any side effect of i-pill?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Faridabad
After intercourse. She is not sure about her pregnancy. So,use of i-pill is correct or not. Is there any side effect ...
Pill side effects. Common side effects of oral contraceptives include: intermenstrual spotting, nausea, breast tenderness, headaches, weight gain, mood changes, missed periods, decreased libido, vaginal discharge and visual changes with contact lenses.
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Don't Take Your Vitamins - Eat Them!

Certification in Diabetes Educators Program, Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Don't Take Your Vitamins - Eat Them!

Vitamins are very important and essential for the body. Vitamins are a form of nutrients, which must be consumed strictly for proper body functioning and building strong immunity. Vitamin pills are an ideal and easy source of essential vitamins. However, having food items, which are rich in vitamins is a much healthier option. Eating foods rich in vitamins helps your body obtain abundant nutrients as per the requirement of the body. In this manner, you will be able to gain all the required vitamins by eating various types of foods.

Here is a list of the primary vitamins, which are essential for the body, along with the food items where they can be found.

  1. Vitamins B6 and B12: These vitamins help in proper blood circulation and nerve functioning and can be found in bananas, whole grains, beans, nuts, eggs, pork, fish, chicken, wheat germ and other poultry products.
  2. Vitamin CThis vitamin is an antioxidant and fights free radicals which damage DNA. It also helps in strengthening the body immunity. The best source of vitamin C includes citrus fruits and citrus juices, red and green pepper, brussels sprouts, spinach, broccoli, kale, strawberries and collard greens.
  3. CalciumCalcium is very essential for maintaining bone health, bone density and prevents osteoporosis. All dairy products are very rich in calcium. Calcium is also present in legumes and dark green, leafy vegetables.
  4. Vitamin DVitamin D helps in the absorption of calcium and lack of vitamin D may lead to osteoporosis, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis and several cancers as well. Vitamin D is present in fatty fishes such as tuna and salmon. Major sources of vitamin D are fortified food products such as cereals and milk.
  5. Vitamin E: Vitamin E functions as an antioxidant and helps in eye health. Enough intake of vitamin E can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Foods rich in vitamin E include avocados, vegetable oils like safflower, sunflower, cottonseed, canola and olive oil. It is also found in wheat germ, almonds, sunflower seeds and other nuts.
  6. Folic acid: The insufficient intake of this vitamin may lead to several birth defects during pregnancy like spina bifida. Deficiency of folic acid may also lead to heart diseases, stroke and cancers. The best food sources of folic acid are leafy vegetables, strawberries, wheat germ, broccoli, asparagus, beans, whole grains and folic acid fortified cereals or breads.
  7. IronIron prevents iron-deficiency anemia and supports the immune system. The best sources of iron are red meat, clams, egg yolks, fish and chicken. Iron is also found in fortified grains, legumes and cereals.

Vitamins are very essential for the body as they prevent the body from several diseases, which in turn help in healthy functioning of the organs. It is better to eat your vitamins directly, instead of taking vitamin pills. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.

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My partner get pregnant 1 month ago. She used Mt pill n after heavy bleeding start. It takes more than 6 days. Now her time period goes over 12 days. What is the solution. N how much time it's take.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
My partner get pregnant 1 month ago. She used Mt pill n after heavy bleeding start. It takes more than 6 days. Now he...
After the abortion, there may have bleeding anywhere from 2 weeks and up to 6 weeks. Recovery bleeding is usually heavy the first few days and will taper off. If you were farther along, you may have “period like” bleeding for couple of weeks. Then it will begin to taper off around the third week. Sometime after the bleeding begins to taper off, your body will begin preparing for your first menstrual cycle. This may happen weeks after you have stopped your recovery bleeding because the pregnancy hormones need to go away first. First Period after Abortion Most of the time, women experience their first regular period within 4 to 8 weeks post-abortion. You need to let your doctor know if you think you are still having recovery bleeding after 8 weeks and/or your regular period has not returned. This is especially important if you are still having symptoms of pregnancy. There are cases of women having trouble with their periods for as long as a few years after having an abortion. Periods tend to last longer with heavier flow, and more cramps than before. These problems may occur in cycles of several months and then get better for several months.
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Hello, Does natural lubricant which comes during Intercourse also leads to pregnancy? Please help.

Diploma In Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
The small mount of liquid which comes out of penis , also called as 'pre cum' may contain some sperms and can cause pregnancy
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Sir. My wife had three miscarriages. Doctor told me my wife and I both had rubella igG. Positive. But it's not at all a problem. Recently I found prostate infection and I am taking treatment. My doubt is can this type of prostate or uti infection antibody may. Wrongly shown as rubella igG antibodies.

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Patan
Sir. My wife had three miscarriages. Doctor told me my wife and I both had rubella igG. Positive. But it's not at all...
No its not possible that your uti related antibody be wrongly detected as anti rubella antibody. If there is rubella antigen only then it can be antirubella antibody. So don't worry both are completely different entity.
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5 Medical Tests Women Should Never Ignore

MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Delhi
5 Medical Tests Women Should Never Ignore

Remember the old saying that prevention is better than cure. Women are often bombarded with information that includes many tests but there are a few which should never be ignored.

1)breast cancer screening: this should start when a woman is in her 20's and 30's by breast self examination done once in three months after periods. If you feel any lump, follow it up with your gynecologist. A mammography is recommended after 40 every year till 50 and every alternate year after that till 75 years of age. A person may require more frequent testing if she at high risk due to her personal or family history.

2) cervical cancer screening: cervix is the entry to the uterus where a baby grows. Cervical cancer is still the no. One cancer in sexually active women in india. It is important to have regular screening by doing pap smear tests after starting sexual activity and then if normal, once every 3 years till 65 years of age. The main reason this cancer occurs is due to hpv infection and after the age of 30 years every woman should have a hpv- dna test done once in her lifetime to assess her risk of getting this cancer.

3) osteoporosis screening: osteoporosis means weak and porous bones that are more likely to get fractured with smallest of falls and injuries. Bones start to lose their density after menopause in women. There are many high risk factors due to which the bones can start to weaken early but if none exist then at least a base line dexa scan which is an x-ray based test should be done at 65 years of age.

4) high blood pressure and cholesterol screening: high blood pressure is known to be a silent killer and it is important to get your blood pressure once a year after 30. But if you are overweight or have other high risk factors in your history, you can get it checked early to suit your lifestyle. Any blood pressure reading of more than 140 by 90 on two occasions means that you need to start treatment. High cholesterol is responsible for clogging our arteries and may lead to heart damage. Lipid profile should be done once in 5 years after the age of 25 years if normal.

5) blood sugar: if you are normal then a sugar testing should be done once every 3 years after 40 years. If there are risk factors like overweight, sedentary lifestyle or family history, one has to suit your individual needs. A fasting value of more than 125 or hba1c value of more than 6.5% suggests diabetes.

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How to Cope Up With Infertility?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Internship, MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
The inability to conceive is a painful process among married couples and to deal with the problem is indeed a serious matter. According to reports, one in seven couple in India has fertility problems and sometimes the causes remain unknown. It is said around 10 percent of world’s population is struggling with some form of infertility. The number of people suffering from infertility is growing in India with each passing day, as per latest reports.
Infertility is defined when a couple is unable to conceive after six months to one year of trying despite having unprotected sexual intercourse frequently. There are various factors that contribute infertility. The latest research states, of every 100 couples reporting to fertility clinics, 40% are cases of male infertility, 50% are of women, and the remaining 10% of both partners being infertile. According to doctors, stress and infertility are co-related terms. Here are some of the points that will give you an idea how to find out the problems related with infertility.
Many couples become stressful after diagnosed with infertility. Women are more stressed than men. women of 32, working with an MNC, had experienced miscarriage due to stress. She could not get pregnant even after going through IVF treatment. Couples who are trying to get pregnant have additional stress.

Sleep disorder
Several studies indicate people who work in night shifts are affected more with infertility as compared to men working in day shifts. Their biological clock is poorly disturbed. These people usually sleep during the day. They damage their health further with smoking, caffeine and other drinks which they take during working hours in order to keep themselves awake. Stress at work, sitting for long hours, also contribute reduction in low sperm count.
Factors contributing to stress which causes infertility may also include marital disturbance, job or business stress, financial losses, personal injury or illness, death of a close family member and late marriage.

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I am age 20 I am gaining having periods for more than 10 days what precautions to be taken to avoid ?

M. sc Psychology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Once you get thyroid check up, blood hb'/, usg abdomen. Based on reports, you can think of treatment are the measures required further.
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