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Dr. Syamala Devi K

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

150 at clinic
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Dr. Syamala Devi K is a trusted Gynaecologist in Ram Nagar, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. Syamala Devi K at Life Line Hospital in Ram Nagar, Hyderabad. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Syamala Devi K on Lybrate.com.

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Hi First baby aborted, And then secondly got pregnant after six months But while scanning doctor said the baby is not growing doctor advices for d&c. Is that possible to born a baby now what to do now suggest now.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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First baby aborted, And then secondly got pregnant after six months But while scanning doctor said the baby is not...
A-around 15% of pregnancies gets miscarried, that is nature's rule. You should avoid next pregnancy for 6 months from the last abortion. Chances of repeat abortion or pretem delivery increases if one becomes pregnant within 6 months of miscarriage. Also if abortion/ miscarriage was caused by any viral infection, then it will get cured automatically within 3 months time. Use contraception for 6 months. Best one to use are oral contraceptive pills. No special treatment or tests are needed if you had only one miscarriage or spontaneous abortion.
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I want to delay my period till 13th of next month which due on 3rd of next month with norlut-n, what is the ideal dosage do procure the desired results also when should I start taking it?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I want to delay my period till 13th of next month which due on 3rd of next month with norlut-n, what is the ideal dos...
As you want to delay your periods for a long time and so it’s better to take oral contraceptive pills once after clinical examination
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Is applying banjara heena for hairs safe during pregnancy I am suffering from migraine and ths is my 2 trimester of pregnancy my 50% hairs are becoming white please suggest me.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Is applying banjara heena for hairs safe during pregnancy I am suffering from migraine and ths is my 2 trimester of p...
Yea it is safe.. but it will not help.. Better take Homoeopathic treatment.. It has many benefits. No side effects in pregnancy. Will cure Migraine. Will stop graying And will improve overall health..
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Diverticulitis - Role Of Surgery In The Managing It!

DNB (Surgical gastroenterology, MS( General Surgery), MBBS, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellow of International College of Robotic Surgeons
Surgical Gastroenterologist, Delhi
Diverticulitis - Role Of Surgery In The Managing It!

With more than 1 million cases reported every year in India, the condition is one of the most significant causes of hospital admissions and outpatient visits. A few otherwise common conditions may sometimes become acute, causing intense trauma, and one such is diverticulitis.

Although most people affected with diverticulitis can be treated by medical procedures, some of them would require surgical intervention. It is only required when medical treatment is not amenable, or the disease does not respond to the medical therapy. But it should be noted that Acute diverticulitis with free perforation is a fatal condition which requires emergency surgery.

Medical science has thoroughly evolved the understanding of the natural history and pathophysiology of Diverticulitis. Moreover, non-surgical management and improvements in diagnostic methods have also led to crucial alterations in the treatment recommendations. The present practice guidelines are tailored to the needs of individual patients considering their risk factors, persistent symptoms, and individual preferences.

Who requires surgery in the management of diverticulitis?
Patients suffering from complicated acute diverticulitis with pneumoperitoneum or extraluminal abscess are more likely to require urgent operation compared to the patients with colonic inflammation. Such patients are also more prone to experience complications as well as perforation even after no-operative management.

Doctors recommend undergoing surgery if you are suffering from recurrent attacks of diverticulitis. Also, people under the age of 40 years or people with an impaired immune system who experience repeated attacks should also undergo surgery at the earliest. Moreover, people with an abnormal opening or fistula forming in between the colon and adjacent organ which could include the uterus, bladder or vagina also need an urgent surgical treatment.

The surgery for diverticulitis may also be recommended to fend off certain complications. For instance, if the diverticulum has been infected and ruptured into the abdominal cavity forming a pocket of infection, then surgery is used for draining the abscess. Besides, surgery is done to cure an infection that has spread into the abdominal cavity, blockage of colon, narrow spot in the colon and infection that has spread through the blood to other parts of the body.

What are the surgery choices for diverticulitis?
It is estimated that less than 6 people out of 100 people affected by the diverticulitis need surgical intervention. Surgical treatment involves removal of the diseased portion of the large intestine and reconnecting the remaining parts. Sometimes, more than one surgery is required to correct the disorder in case the condition is very severe.

When multiple surgeries are required, the affected person usually requires a colostomy during the time span between the surgeries. It is generally left at the discretion of the surgeon to decide whether a patient requires single or multiple surgeries.

So, if you have this problem, thoroughly discuss your options with your doctor to decide on the course of action to pave the path towards a complete cure.

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

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Im 21 years old female, and im suffering with "Thick White Clumpy Discharge" and lots of itching and slight stomach pain .please kindly help me out of this problem.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Fazilka
It may be due to infection in uterous for safe ayurvedic medicime consult me it may be fungal infection
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Hi. I am 37 years old with 8 years old kid. I d h/o ectopic with left tube removal, ovary retained. My amh is 0.5.is it possible to conceive naturally? I did my hsg for right tube and its normal. Is ivf/iui only option.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Hi. I am 37 years old with 8 years old kid. I d h/o ectopic with left tube removal, ovary retained. My amh is 0.5.is ...
Your amh is very low and you need ivf done as soon as possible as it decrease with time. So come for consultation.
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My wife used to get severe pain during her periods. How to avoid this .plz reply.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
My wife used to get severe pain during her periods. How to avoid this .plz reply.
Hello- Indian females lack nutrition in their daily meals, which cause menstrual problems regularly. Start consuming dairy products (except curd) in excess. They are the good source of omega 3, which inhibits the release of Prostaglandins in blood and hence prevent menstrual pain effectively.
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Hypertension: Causes, Risk Factors and Treatment

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Hypertension: Causes, Risk Factors and Treatment

Hypertension or high blood pressure can be defined as a condition wherein the thrust of the blood against the walls of the arteries is excessively high, thereby, increasing chances of health hazards. The amount of blood that is pumped by the heart and the resistance put up by the arteries usually determine one’s blood pressure count. For instance, if the heart pumps excess amount of blood while the arteries shrink, the blood pressure can soar high. High blood pressure or hypertension may give rise to symptoms such as nosebleeds, short breaths or headaches.

Causes
There are two types of hypertension, one is primary and the other is secondary. For essential or primary hypertension, there is no significant reason and the condition slowly develops over years. The secondary one appears all of a sudden as a result of a repressed condition such as thyroid or kidney problems, defective blood vessels and certain medications such as pain-killers, cold relievers, pills for birth control and others.

Other factors responsible for hypertension are:

  1. As you age it increases
  2. Family history
  3. Being obese or overweight
  4. Being physically inactive
  5. Consuming too much of sodium or salt in your diet
  6. Little intake of potassium and Vitamin D in meals
  7. Being subject to high levels of stress
  8. Chronic medical disorders such as diabetes
  9. Excessive alcohol consumption or drug abuse

Treatment

Medications:

  1. Thiazide diuretics can be administered. These help to flush out excess water and sodium from the body in order to reduce excessive volume of blood thrusting against the arteries.
  2. Beta blockers ease the workload of the heart by opening up the blood vessels.
  3. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors help inhibit the production of chemicals narrowing the blood vessels.
  4. Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) are used to obstruct and curb the action of the chemicals contracting the blood vessels.
  5. Calcium channel blockers help to loosen the blood vessel muscles
  6. Renin inhibitors can delay the production of an enzyme called ‘renin’ by the kidneys that increase one’s blood pressure

Lifestyle changes:

  1. One should follow a well-balanced diet that comprises of less salt.
  2. There is no substitute to regular exercises. Exercising regularly helps one maintain a balanced body weight that further reduces the chances of this condition.
  3. Abstaining from smoking and limiting alcohol intake helps provide that holistic cover to all the treatment modes mentioned above. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.
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I had sex in feb wid my hubby i took unwanted 72 my cycle date is 3 m not in periods is there chances of pregnancy ?.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
February was 28 days. Wait for 1 more week before u do pregnancy test if menses does not arrive by that time
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