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Dr. Suvarna M

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Dr. Suvarna M is a renowned Gynaecologist in Saidabad, Hyderabad. You can meet Dr. Suvarna M personally at Suvarna Clinic in Saidabad, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Suvarna M on Lybrate.com.

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I am 45 years old I have few tiny cysts in right breast parenchyma and minimal duct ectasia in left retroareolar region of breast is it due to hormonal changes what is the solution for that.

MBBS, DNB (Surgical Oncology), MS - General Surgery
Oncologist, Delhi
A mammogram may not be very helpful esp in the background of cysts. A dedicated Brest ultrasound will help .if not MRI of the breasts ave to be done in addition to rule out DCIS in the setting of duct ectasia or cysts. Please consult a breast surgeon/oncologist.

Hello, I had unprotected sex with my fiance and checked for pregnancy it was positive, I took MT pill and I got my periods last month but this month I didn't get periods. Is it normal?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello, I had unprotected sex with my fiance and checked for pregnancy it was positive, I took MT pill and I got my pe...
1 information after MT pill getting period does not confirm complete abortion but only sonography after 15 days confirms. Second information after that if you have another intercourse then only pregnancy can occur

Hi I had my IUI on 21st march and today (apr 4) 15th day after iui, took beta hcg test and it was 13.5, is there any chance to get it increased in a day or two, is there any chance to get pregnant this month?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi I had my IUI on 21st march and today (apr 4) 15th day after iui, took beta hcg test and it was 13.5, is there any ...
At 4 weeks pregnancy beta HCG levels range from 5-450iu. Repeat your hcg levels after 72 hrs to see if the levels double, In normal pregnancy hcg levels double in 48-72 hrs. Continue with the medicines advised by your doctor.
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Complete Adult Immunization Schedule!

PGDMCH, MBA( CHA) , MBBS
General Physician, Gurgaon
Complete Adult Immunization Schedule!

If you think that immunisation is only for your infant, then you are living in a fool’s paradise. It’s a life-long process. You are never too old for this. It is a life-protecting job. You must get all your immunisation done in time to be protected against fatal diseases.

Here are some of the most common vaccines given to adults:

  1. Hepatitis A (Hep A): You should take this vaccine if you are exposed to a specific risk factor for hepatitis A virus infection. You may also opt for this to be simply protected from this disease. The vaccine is usually given in two doses. It should be given 6-18 months apart.
  2. Hepatitis B (Hep B): You will need this if you are exposed to a specific risk factor for hepatitis B virus infection. You may take it simply if you want to be protected from this disease. The vaccine is given in three doses over a period of six months.
  3. Human papillomavirus: This vaccine is given to women, who are 26 years of age or younger. In the case of men, the upper limit for age is 22. It can also be given to a man with risk factor in the age group 22 to 26. It is given in three doses over a period of six months.
  4. Influenza: It is a must for every individual. It should be given a dose every winter. It will not only provide protection to the immunised person, but also to others surrounding him.
  5. Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR): You may require at least a single dose of this vaccine if you were born after 1975.
  6. Meningococcal (MenACWY [MCV4], MenB, MPSV4): You may need MenACWY and/or MenB vaccine if you have been suffering from certain health conditions. It is given to adults who are not having a functioning spleen.
  7. Pneumococcal (Pneumovax [polysaccharide vaccine, PPSV]; Prevnar [conjugate vaccine] PCV): You will have to get both pneumococcal vaccines, Prevnar (if you haven’t had it before) and Pneumovax, if you are more than 65 years of age. You will have protection from diseases like asthma, heart, and lung, or kidney disease, immunosuppression. It is best to consult your doctor before injecting such vaccines.
  8. Tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough (pertussis) (Tdap, Td): It must be given to all adults who have not got a dose of Tdap in adolescence. It is a must for pregnant women. You need a Td booster once in every 10 years.
  9. Varicella (Chickenpox): If you’ve never been exposed chickenpox or got vaccinated after receiving 1 dose, you must talk to your doctor to know when and what you should take.
  10. Zoster (shingles): If you are 60-year-old or above, you must definitely get a 1-time dose.

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

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Maam/sir, I had sex with my gf on 29th July and she had ipill after 6 hours of intercourse. After four days I.e. On 1st August she started bleeding and the bleeding continued for 8 days. Since then she did not had any bleeding. But the period have not started yet. please tell When will the periods come?

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Homeopath, Noida
Maam/sir, I had sex with my gf on 29th July and she had ipill after 6 hours of intercourse. After four days I.e. On 1...
There is no fixed time in which one bleeds after taking ipill. Sometimes unexpected bleeding occurs more over it is not necessary. Next menstrual cycle can be early or delayed as side effects of the pill. Taken within 24 hrs it is 95% effective.
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Menstrual Problems - How To Manage Excessive Bleeding?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DGO
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Menstrual Problems - How To Manage Excessive Bleeding?

Heavy bleeding during menses.... What should you know?

Heavy or prolonged bleeding during menses is medically known as 'menorrhagia'. It is more common as you approach menopause but can occur at any age. The bleeding has to be severe enough to interfere with your daily activities.

The cause could be hormonal, pregnancy complications, bleeding disorder or a structural lesion like a fibroid, polyp, endometriosis or adenomyosis.

In advanced age cancer of the uterus or cervix has to be ruled out.

Symptoms of heavy periods

- soaking a pad or tampon every 2-3 hrs or less in a day

- passage large blood clots during menstruation

- your period lasts more than seven days

- you become anemic due to excessive blood loss

How to manage excessive bleeding

1. Maintain a record of the no of days and pattern of heavy bleeding.

2. Increase your intake of fluids and salt

You should increase your intake of fluids and especially salty fluids during heavy menstruation. You can have vegetable juices like tomato juice as well as salty broths during such times. This will help you especially when your blood volume goes down (which is characterized by dizziness or pounding of heart) when you get up after lying down. Your body would need more than four to six cups on such a day.

3. Increase the intake of iron

Increase your iron intake through natural sources like green vegetables, egg yolks, red meat, liver and dried fruits like raisins and prunes. You can also start an iron tablet once a day for faster recovery from anemia

4. Visit your gynecologist

A good history, few blood tests, and a simple ultrasound generally leads to the diagnosis. Sometimes a biopsy is required to rule out cancer. Multiple new drugs have been added in the last few years which have avoided the need for surgery

An early diagnosis ends up with better results. Hence, it is important to act early.

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

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How can gestational hypertension affect your health and baby's?

MBBS
General Physician, Hyderabad
How can gestational hypertension affect your health and baby's?
It depends on how far along you are in pregnancy when you develop gestational hypertension and how high your blood pressure gets. The more severe your hypertension and the earlier in pregnancy it appears, the greater your risk for problems.

The good news is that most women who get gestational hypertension have only a mild form of the condition and don't develop it until near term (37 weeks or later). If you're in this category, you still have a somewhat higher risk of being induced or having a c-section, but other than that, you and your baby are likely to do as well as you would if you had normal blood pressure.

However, about 1 in 4 women with gestational hypertension go on to develop preeclampsia during pregnancy or labor, or soon after giving birth. And you have a 50 percent chance of getting preeclampsia if you develop gestational hypertension before 30 weeks.

Having gestational hypertension also puts you at increased risk for a number of other pregnancy complications, including intrauterine growth restriction, preterm birth, placental abruption, and stillbirth. Because of these risks, your caregiver will monitor you and your baby carefully.
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