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Dr. Srilatha

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Srilatha is a renowned Gynaecologist in Nizampet Road, Hyderabad. Doctor is currently associated with Sri Sri Holistic Hospitals in Nizampet Road, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Srilatha on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 42 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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Actually she is pregnant for 2 months. She is feeling very tired. A little pain in her abdomen is always. What to do or not to do please suggest?

MBBS, M.S( Gynaecology)
Gynaecologist, Surat
Actually she is pregnant for 2 months. She is feeling very tired. A little pain in her abdomen is always. What to do ...
rest DO?S AND DONT?S ? Take meals on time ? Take small and frequent meals ? Drink atleast 10-12 glasses of water ? Don?t keep too much gap between meals ? Eat all vegetables and fruits except banana,chiku,potatoes,rice,sweets ? Eat atleast 2-3 fruits per day ? Eat handful of nuts everyday ? Eat one green leafy vegetable (palak , methi) daily ? Eat sprouted food 2-3 times a week ? Eat fermented food like idli, dhokla, khaman twice in a week ? Consume more of proteins in diet like dals and pulses, milk, soyabeans, Take plenty of raw vegetables and fruits in salad form to avoid constipation ? Avoid taking too much of caffeine in your diet. Limit upto one cup of tea or coffee. ? Do pregnancy exercises thrice in a week or walk atleast 30 min daily. ? Avoid outside food especially Chinese which contains aginomotto ? Avoid black salt which is present in chaat items like pani puri, bhel, papdi chaat. ? Avoid junk food ? Don?t take more of spicy and oily food ? Avoid all kinds of soft drinks or aerated water. ? Take calcium and iron supplements daily. ? Take proper rest 8-10 hrs sleep.
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I have pregnant now but I don't want to become mother now due the some major problems I pregnant before but I drop down the baby now m also drop the baby if next time I pregnant and want to become mother it's any problems occur or not? Should nw I take medical treatment for now drop the baby it's cause any problems for next time pregnancy?

Gynaecologist, Delhi
I have pregnant now but I don't want to become mother now due the some major problems I pregnant before but I drop do...
Usually if the process is complete and without major problems then it doesn't effect the future pregnancies, but incomplete abortion or other complications in abortion can delay conception next time.
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Sex During Menses - 4 Things You Wanna Know!

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Sex During Menses - 4 Things You Wanna Know!

The first question that comes to your mind when you think about intercourse during periods is “is it really safe?” The second thought that crosses your mind is whether it is something that you really should be doing?
Doctors have given a thumbs-up to sex during periods. If both of you are comfortable with it, then go ahead with it. If stained sheets are your main concern, you can always put a towel down and get on with it.

The other things you might want to know about sex during periods

  1. You can still get pregnant: It is a common misconception that if you are on your periods, you cannot get pregnant. This is a myth. While the chance of that happening is grim, it is always better to be on the safer side and ensure you take proper protection.
  2. It can be more pleasurable: While some may get awkward about the nitty-gritties, for some it can be immensely pleasurable. This is because the estrogen levels in the body drop on the first day, whereas, it starts shooting up by the 2nd day and that enhances your libido and your pleasurability may also increase. You will be more receptive to the touch and sensation.
  3. How to make it less messy: If mess is the main concern, then you can minimise your pain and maximise your gain by using female condoms or menstrual cups to minimise the flow of blood. Other things you can do is have your man wear a condom or doing it towards the end of the period when the flow is comparatively lesser. Other things you can try are positions that involve you on your back and your pelvic prepped up (read missionary). Defying gravity!
  4. Other options: So what if, your vagina will not be getting any action? We are lucky to have multiple pleasure spots. You can always wear a tampon to block the flow of blood and have your partner work on your clitoris. Hallelujah!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Physical illness and mental illness

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
Physical illness and mental illness
Two kinds of ailments are there. Physical illness and mental illness. Physical illness may give you mental illness and vice versa. So in order to keep urself strong, meditate daily. Find a place inside where there's joy, and the joy will burn out the pain. Don't let your thoughts be the cause of your illness.
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Suggest tablets or ayurvedic medicine for getting sexual arousal soon, as my wife is not showing much interested on Intercourse,

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Suggest tablets or ayurvedic medicine for getting sexual arousal soon, as my wife is not showing much interested on I...
Dear user. You should talk to your wife regarding the issue and understand what and why she is behaving in such a manner. Lack of sexual urge could be due to many factors. Take care.
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Yesterday I had sex with my boyfriend and took I pill. Now today its paining after piing when I am washing with plenty water. And I found blood clot in that. What should I do?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Zirakpur
Yesterday I had sex with my boyfriend and took I pill. Now today its paining after piing when  I am washing with plen...
It could be frictional lesion and pain of freshly torn membrane. Pl wash with antiseptic and apply soothing antiseptic for two three days.
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Why Does Depression Make Us Feel Guilt or Shame?

M.Phil in Clinical Psychology, Ph.D. Psychology
Psychologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Why Does Depression Make Us Feel Guilt or Shame?

In order to answer this question, it is important that we first discuss what depression is. Feeling sad, lonely or low is very common. So how can we point out which is depression and which is sadness? Well, sadness is a fleeting feeling and is the most normal reaction to loss or life’s struggle. Depression, on the other hand, is pretty permanent (may be not permanent, but it may last really really long or may occur very frequently, if not consulted with a professional). It is so overwhelming and inexplicable that these mental feelings start involving physical symptoms as well. Depression can keep an individual from leading a normal and an active life.

Depression, if not treated, may take an even worse form and might possibly end at suicide. Clinically, certain symptoms that occur persistently might point towards depression.

  1. Inability to concentrate
  2. Fatigue
  3. Guilt and shame
  4. Insomnia
  5. Irritability
  6. Hopelessness
  7. Eating disorders
  8. Loss of interest in previously enjoyable activities
  9. Persistent headaches, pains, aches, digestive problems
  10. Empty feeling
  11. Suicidal thoughts

Here comes the part about guilt and shame. One of the very common symptoms of depression is feeling of unnecessary guilt or shame. Guilt is a feeling of remorse or regret for violating an internal value. Shame is an overall feeling of self contempt. While both these are pretty normal feelings for a normal individual, for depressed individuals, these feelings get magnified to unimaginable extents.

How are these manifested?

  1. Constantly apologising for things one hasn’t done
  2. Blaming themselves for everything
  3. Thinking they don’t deserve happiness
  4. Feeling inferior or unworthy
  5. Feeling of being a burden

The next plausible question is why does this happen?

These feelings generally tend to go back to childhood. People who have faced childhood traumas or have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused are more prone to feelings of depressive guilt or shame. In the young age, they do not really have proper understanding of the situation and hence they end up blaming themselves. During adulthood, they keep believing the same, thus causing intense feelings of guilt and shame. A lot of counselling can bring such individuals to the understanding that whatever happened to them as children was never their fault.

Also, it has been researched that the region in the human brain associated with shame and guilt is unusually active in depressed individuals. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychologist.

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Stop Following These 8 Health Rules

MD - Internal Medicine, CCMD(Diabetology), PG Course in Diabetology, ADVANCED CERTIFICATE COURSE IN DIABETES
Diabetologist, Dehradun
Stop Following These 8 Health Rules
Most of us are health conscious and know health related do’s and don’ts like the back of our palms. However, there are certain 'health facts' that are over hyped and do not hold true for everybody.

Here debunking 8 popular health myths-

1) Watch your portions: This rule is the source of major eating disorders. The moment we curb or restrict the food we're eating, we also stop agreeing with our hunger levels. We ignore the body’s demand. Instead of controlling your portion size, try asking 'Am I full? Am I still hungry?'

2) Exercise all the time: Exercise is certainly good. It helps in relieving the stress. However, vigorous exercise when you have cold or are feeling unwell may have a damaging effect. Always try to ask yourself, "Am I feeling better after doing exercise?" If the answer is "yes", keep at it. If you feel otherwise take a break.

3) Minimise your caffeine intake: Although excess of coffee can be bad, it is not really a nutritional criminal. Small doses of caffeine stimulate mental, memory and physical faculties. Regular coffee consumption may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease as well as some cancers. The coffee bean is also a rich source of antioxidants.

4) Drink lots and lots of water: Excessive water intake has a medical name, 'polydipsia', and it can be dangerous. Anywhere above 4 litres a day, (unless you are an athele) can disturb body’s electrolyte balance, especially potassium. The kidneys can also get damaged if they are filtering excessive amounts of fluid.

5) Stay away from alcohol: There is no denying the health and social perils of excess alcohol. However, moderated drinking has been its benefits. It increases HDL levels i.e. the good cholesterol, as well as decreases the risk of heart disease, diabetes and gall bladder disease. Particularly appreciable is red wine for it is a fine antioxidant.

6) Skip carbs to stay slim: Fad diets can be of temporary help. Carbohydrates or carbs are important for the body’s overall wear and tear. Carbs must not be completely shunned for they give energy.

7) Eat low-calorie to be healthy: When you buy food stuffs that’s labeled 'Low Cal' you're in fact buying junk. Our bodies need the entire food that we're eating in order to digest it and to retain its nutrients properly. If we can't stomach the real product, why not make our own, healthier version, and leave out all of the added sugars and heavy creams?

8) Avoid fat: When we substitute the real deal with toxic fillers in order to create a "fat-free" product, our body isn't getting the nutrition or satiation it's craving, so we keep eating. Don't skimp out or cheat yourself on healthy fats: Go for it!

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Home Remedies

BAMS, DyP,CCYP, MS (Shalya)-inrl, Diploma in Hospital Administration, JR- MS(Ay)- Shalya
Ayurveda, Varanasi
Home Remedies

Explained some of home remedies used in different chronic disorder, used it to avoid such disorder more details available on our website -

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Is it necessary to get a withdrawal bleeding within a week after taking an emergency contraceptive pill? Do all girls bleed after taking an emc? Is not bleeding within 10-15 days after an emc is a sign of pregnancy?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Generally a withdrawal bleeding happens after taking ipills, and yes if the fertilisation already happens them most of the times the bleeding doesn't happen, however all these doubts can be cleared of you do a pregnancy test.
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