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Dr. Uma Devi

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Uma Devi is an experienced Gynaecologist in Vanaja Hospital, Hyderabad. You can visit her at Vanaja Hospital in Vanaja Hospital, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Uma Devi on Lybrate.com.

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Vanaja Hospital , Sai Baba Temple Road, Sainathapuram, As Rao Nagar. Landmark: Beside Karur Vysya Bank, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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My wife having bleeding after menstrual cycle on day of 8th and 9th, what are the causes or is there any thing serious please let me know.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My wife having bleeding after menstrual cycle on day of 8th and 9th, what are the causes or is there any thing seriou...
The condition is termed as Metrorrhagia also known as the dysfunctional uterine bleeding is a problem that women suffer from.Basically, this condition is characterized by bleeding episodes (mainly spotting but can lead to severe bleeding) outside the menstrual phase. Metrorrhagia is considered a symptom of a possible health problem but shouldn’t be handled as a serious health problem right away. One should not panic. Some of the main cause are----------- • Endometrial hyperplasia. • Uterine cancer.. • Ruptured polyps. • Cervical dysplasia. • Cervicitis. • Abortion or miscarriage. • Infection. • Hormonal imbalance. • Coagulation problems. • Use of contraception. So consult a Gynaecologist for physical examination.
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Know What Alcohol Can Do To Your Liver!

MBBS, MD - Medicine, Member of the Royal College of Physicians, UK (MRCP UK)
Gastroenterologist, Delhi
Know What Alcohol Can Do To Your Liver!

If you are in the habit of consuming alcohol excessively and notice redness on the palms of the hands or pale stools, then it might point to liver disease. These are one of the many symptoms of alcoholic liver diseases which is the collective terms for liver diseases occurring due to alcohol overconsumption which includes fatty liver, hepatitis, and cirrhosis. Read on to know about this condition in brief.

Causes and The Risk Factors
The main cause of the disease is overconsumption of alcohol though not all of the heavy drinkers develop this disease and the cause is not clearly understood. But it is found that a toxic chemical called acetaldehyde produced by alcohol damages the liver leading to its scarring and ultimately resulting in cirrhosis or an end state disease of the liver.

It is also noted that the people who consume liquor and beer or spirits are at greater risk of developing the alcoholic liver disease as compared to the ones who consume different alcoholic beverages like wine. Further, studies have revealed that women metabolize alcohol slower as compared to men and hence they are at a greater risk of developing the disease. And women who consume alcohol more and at the same time are on the heavier side have a high chance of developing a chronic liver disease which might even lead to death. Genetic factors increase the chances of developing a disease of the liver too.

Diagnosis
If the alcoholic liver disease is suspected, tests such as complete blood count, liver biopsy, liver function tests and coagulation studies might be conducted to confirm the diagnosis and proceed with the treatment.

Prevention and Treatment
For the prevention of alcoholic liver disease, the most critical step is to stop the intake alcohol completely. If you stop consuming alcohol, the risk for the rapid acceleration of the liver disease stops and then you can proceed with the further treatment procedures. If you cannot give up alcohol altogether, it is recommended to limit the intake of alcohol to only one or two drinks per day but is best to stop completely.

The causes and the risk factors of the alcoholic liver disease vary from one person to another, and similarly, the procedures of treatment also vary depending on the condition of the liver of the affected person.

Medications are used to treat the liver disease which depends on the condition of the liver. The healthcare professional decides the course of medication as per the requirements. In some severe cases, the doctors are left with the only option of liver transplantation which is the only definitive therapy in modern medical science, but that involves a lot of risks and other complications. So when it comes to alcoholic liver disease prevention is better than cure.

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

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Hi sir I am ravi. My wife have not getting period in this month. Last 4th april period came. I am using condom what should I do? Please reply.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi sir I am ravi. My wife have not getting period in this month. Last 4th april period came. I am using condom what s...
Delayed menses may be due to hormonal change. But get urine pregnancy test done to ruleout that pregnancy is is there or not.
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15 days ago I have heavy white discharge, then after 3 days I got some vaginal infections, and I go to a gynecologist, he prescribed some medicines, after 7 days the infections are totally gone, but still now, I have this heavy white discharge, is it a serious problem? Now what should I do?

BAMS
Sexologist, Nashik
You have taken the medicines but the Infection is not fully cured. White discharge is due to Fungal infection. Take Anti fungal medicines. You should keep Hygeine of the private parts. Allopathy medicines have temporary effects. So try Ayurvedic medicines for your problem. You should also follow the diet schedule prescribed by us. Both medicines and Diet will fully cure your problem. Consult if require medication
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Her periods end on 28th Jun and on 7 july we do intercourse but from yesterday she suffering from fever (Hindi- taayfoid) medicines are starts So is that possibility of pregnancy?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Her periods end on 28th Jun and on 7 july we do intercourse but from yesterday she suffering from fever (Hindi- taayf...
Dear lybrate user, presence of fever doesn't indicate possibility of pregnancy. However, the date you had intercourse can result in pregnancy. Urine for pregnancy test will have to be done if she misses her periods. Detection of pregnancy is possible earlier by a blood test.
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Hello Doctor, I am married from since 1 yr, we are unable to have intercourse as my vaginal hole is small and my husbands penis is bit bigger. How to overcome this problem. Kindly advice

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, Fellowship in Infertility
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
If the hymenn is very tough then at times is becomes important to incise it. but in most of the cases - good lubrication and proper councelling and cooperation of both partner helps.
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Thank you so much all of you ek doubt or clear kr dijiye mujhe irregular periods hote hain to tb safe time kya hoga sex ka jisse pregnant na ho please tell me and help me last month 15th August ko periods hue the sex 6th September ko kiya periods ki sahi date ka pata nahi hota hai please tell me.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Indore
Thank you so much all of you ek doubt or clear kr dijiye mujhe irregular periods hote hain to tb safe time kya hoga s...
Hi lybrate-user. Your period is irregular. In normal regular cycle ovulation occur at 15 to16 day (count 14 days before from coming period date. But in irregular cycle there is no fix time of ovulation some time ovulation occurs in between 7to10th days because of unrupture previous cycle ovum which rupture in this cycle. Or some times in21 to27th day of cycle because of slow growth of ovum. So there is uncertainity always present. So it is better to use condom for protection as well as prevention of pregnancy. U do sex in ?unsafe period.
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She is feeling like vomits, and stomach ache. Currently going through periods. Just before periods we have an unprotected physical activity. Is their any chance of getting pregnant?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
She is feeling like vomits, and stomach ache. Currently going through periods. Just before periods we have an unprote...
Stomach ache and vomiting is normal during periods and if intercourse was just before periods there is minimal chances of getting pregnant.
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Hi. My girlfriend gave blood and urine samples for the following tests today: 1. Haemogram 2. Blood sugar - random 3.Serum creatinine 4.TSH 5. Serum B-12 total Vitamin D category1 5.Complete Urine Study. She had taken a levonorgestrel tablet approx. Couple of weeks ago. Will these tests in anyway reveal that she had taken the tablet and that she had sexual contact with me?

MBBS, DGO, Ceritification in Minimal Invasive Surgery
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Hi. My girlfriend gave blood and urine samples for the following tests today: 1. Haemogram 2. Blood sugar - random 3....
No these test are in no way related with the medication taken by you. They are very specific tests done for specific body functions so you need not worry.
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5 Healthy Habits That Will Change Your Life Forever

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
5 Healthy Habits That Will Change Your Life Forever

We often fear change in our daily routines, it makes us anxious and jittery. But sometimes change is often required to shake up your life and inculcate better and healthier daily habits. We are creatures of habit and linearity, and like to keep it so. Soon these new habits will be a part and parcel of your life in no time. But it is important to push yourself and be disciplined and not slack off when your body refuses to comply.

  • Exercise daily: This habit can never be stressed upon enough. It gets your body up and running first thing in the morning, and helps to make you feel good about your body. When exercising daily, your body is fit and healthy, decreasing the risk of lifestyle diseases. The kind and level of exercises that you do is completely dependent upon your goals.
  • Eat right: What you eat everyday by way of habit, makes more impact than you think. Stick to well-balanced meals that supply your body with just the right amount of proteins, carbohydrates, etc. Food also has an impact on your moods and it is important that you understand what each food does to different kinds of moods. Make sure you eat a power-packed breakfast for it is the only meal of the day that gives you enough energy to get through to the next meal.
  • Limit your online time: Social media has become so much a part of our lives. But being online and making your social media presence felt all the time isn't all that 'cool', but a rather unhealthy habit. Checking your phone constantly for those incessant notifications, hearing ghost rings, can make you have extremely jumpy nerves. Limit the number of times you check your phone in a day, and have phases where you don't touch it at all, especially just before you go to bed. The glare of your smartphone can not only ruin your sleeping patterns but also your eyesight.
  • Stay hydrated: You should drink a glass of water first thing in the morning, to wash out all the toxins that have accumulated overnight. This helps to boost your metabolism and raises your energy levels. Drink enough water the rest of the day to keep up this cleansing effect.
  • Meditate: In a world that is now so virtual, it is integral that you take out time for yourself and yourself only. Meditation is a way by which you can find inner peace and clear your mind of all unnecessary thoughts. It helps you to focus on yourself, your goals and wants. Starting your day peacefully with intent and focus is the way to go.

It's all about trying and being disciplined enough to keep at it and succeed. It is for your betterment and will go a long way to keep you healthy mentally, physically and emotionally.

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