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Dr. V.Haripriya

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. V.Haripriya is one of the best Gynaecologists in L B Nagar, Hyderabad. Doctor is currently associated with Kamineni Hospital - LB Nagar in L B Nagar, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. V.Haripriya on Lybrate.com.

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What Gives You Painful Menstrual Cramps?

Fellowship and Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery, FOGSI Advanced Infertility Training, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
What Gives You Painful Menstrual Cramps?

Simple Ways to Treat Dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea is a menstrual disorder in which women suffer painful menstrual cramps along with other symptoms during their periods. It affects about 20 percent of the women of menstrual age. This happens at the start of the periods and may last for three days till the end of the period.

Few Common Symptoms are:

- Abdominal pain with menstrual cramps
- Joint pain, especially in the lower back hips and sometimes in the inner thighs
- May also result in vomiting sometimes
- In certain cases, may also cause an upset stomach

The causes behind dysmenorrhea

The primary cause behind this is usually the contracting of the uterus. The uterus does normally contract a little during menstruation but it may contract a bit too much, affecting the blood vessels and nerves within the abdominal region causing this condition. Some basic steps to reduce pain from cramps.

Some of the steps to be followed to allay the symptoms are:

- Taking ample rest during the days of bleeding
- Staying away from alcohol or any other food or drink that may dehydrate the body
- Avoiding smoking
- Avoid coffee or any food products high in caffeine
- Avoiding foods high in salt
- Massaging the lower back gently
- Using a hot water bag on the abdomen to relieve some of the pain

The steps mentioned above are meant primarily as preventive and pain reducing measures, but for more severe symptoms medications such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen or others may be necessary.

However, the best advice would be to consult a doctor in case of prolonged pain during the days of bleeding rather than self-medicating or only relying on home remedies.

'Consult'.

Related Tip: 7 causes of heavy menstrual bleeding women need to know about

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Sir/Madam, Yesterday I have a sexual relationship with my wife, then I watched blood releasing from vagina (my wife) I think she was virgin .then I checked my condom, But there is no leakage. Sir/mam please reply is there is any chance of pregnancy? Or if a few chance then what I do, please reply as soon as possible. Thank you.

EMDR, FRCOG (LONDON) (Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists), MFSRH , Diploma in psychosexual therapy, Medical diploma in clinical Hypnosis, Diploma in Evidence Based Healthcare, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Pune
Sir/Madam, Yesterday I have a sexual relationship with my wife, then I watched blood releasing from vagina (my wife) ...
Thanks for your question. When using condoms there is always a risk of pregnancy as they are not the most reliable contraceptive. If you feel even a drop of semen may have leaked or you had anyvgenital contact before intercourse without condoms then please encourage her to take emergency pill. Ipill, unwanted 72. If taken within 24 hrs of unprotected intercourSe it can prevent an unwanted pregnancy (95%success). Any delay gradually reduces the effectiveness. If in doubt please consult your gynaecoLogist best wishes.
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I am pregnant my 8th month is in running only 4 days are left of 8th month my nipples are paining a lot and milk is coming out from the breast why is this happening please tell me?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
I am pregnant my 8th month is in running only 4 days are left of 8th month my nipples are paining a lot and milk is c...
Hi lybrate-user Your breasts are getting ready for feeding the baby. It is normal. Do not express or squeeze them. Use a breast pad if it it too much or staining your clothes. If you feel any pain in abdomen, go see the doctor.
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All Work & No Play - Can It Be Fatal?

MD - Bio-Chemistry, MBBS
General Physician, Ahmedabad
All Work & No Play - Can It Be Fatal?

Failure to strike a healthy work-life balance can see your health going on the downswing. Several studies have time and again highlighted the fact that working too much can be bad for you. The major factor that is at play when you work too much is stress, which negatively impacts both your mental and physical well-being. A joint study conducted by Stanford university and Harvard business school has revealed that workplace stress can ruin your physical health by as much as 90%.

Read on to find out the ill effects of all work and no play.

  1. Working overtime can increase your risk of developing cardiovascular problems by about 60%.
  2. While working too much can see your risk of experiencing a heart attack rise by about 13%, over 55 hours of work time every week can increase your chances of getting a stroke by about 33%.
  3. Consistently working overtime can lead you to face mental health problems.
  4. Over-working can cause your learning ability and memory power to fail as you don't get the required amount of rest time.
  5. Working for over 11 hours a day can increase your chances of suffering from depression.
  6. Working for over 40 hours a week can increase your risk of gaining weight, and indulging in alcohol and tobacco abuse.
  7. Working for over 50 hours a week can bring about a reduction in your sleep time to less than 6 hours a day, which can have an adverse impact on your work performance.
  8. Working non-stop in front of the computer can cause you to become prone to headaches and blurred vision.

Here's how you can prevent the negative effects of working too much from impacting your health:

  1. Take a short trip: Being physically away from your workplace and going on short vacations can help your health considerably as it reduces work-related stress to a great extent. It also helps in the rejuvenation of your mind and body, thereby improving your overall health.
  2. Meditate for a calmer self: Meditation is another helpful way in which you can cut down the harm that too much work can have on your body. Spend a few moments each day to de-stress and calm your agitated mind.
  3. Don't bring work home: Once you're at home, avoid the impulse of checking your phone or email for work. Furthermore, avoid bringing your smartphone with you to the dinner table and don't discuss work while eating.
  4. Go for regular checkups: Visiting a doctor regularly is another preventive measure that you need to take very seriously. Screening tests for stroke, heart disease or high blood pressure should be undertaken from time to time so as to prevent yourself from falling prey to such problems.

Despite your heavy workload, you still need to take out time for yourself. It is imperative that you do so in order to create a better work-life balance and consequently, a healthier self. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.

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Hi, I am 35 year old woman having problem of water retention, swelling and very sensitive skin of face at the time of menstruation and last for 15 days from last 5 months. I have gained almost 11 kg in these 5 months. Please suggest what should I do? one more thing I have copper t inserted in november 2014.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, 24 Parganas
Pulsetilla 0/1 ---16 dose daily 2 times after 10 stroke 1 dose mix in 1 cup of water any problem consult me in private question.
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Hi mam, mai hamesha se time pe periods hoti thi, 26 ko aur apne time pe ho jati thi, but is baar abhi tak mai periods me nahi hui hu, pls give solution.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Hi mam, mai hamesha se time pe periods hoti thi, 26 ko aur apne time pe ho jati thi, but is baar abhi tak mai periods...
Hello. Since your last menstrual period was on 26th may and there is delay of 4 days only. Since delay of +/-10 days is normal physiological phenomena. Do not worry. But if after 1 week in case of no menses, consult your nearest physician. Further improve your diet and avoid fried foods, avoid unnecessary stress.
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I had sex with my gf for 5 to 10 minutes without protection im worried for her pregnancy please let me know.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
I had sex with my gf for 5 to 10 minutes without protection im worried for her pregnancy please let me know.
Hello dear Lybrate user, hi Warm welcome to Lybrate.com I have evaluated your query thoroughly. When intercourse was done in relation with her ovulation period or if do not know give us LMP then we can calculate sir for you Hope this clears your query. Wishing you fine recovery. Welcome for any further assistance at my private URL https://www.Lybrate.com/gandhinagar/doctor/dr-bhagyesh-patel-general-surgeon Regards take care.
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World Toilet Day 2017: Its No Joke Let's Get Involved!

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
World Toilet Day 2017: Its No Joke   Let's Get Involved!

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated the Swachh Bharat Mission in 2014, it marked the beginning of the world’s largest ever sanitation drive.

Three years down the line, nearly 2.5 crore toilets were constructed in a bid to make India free of open defecation - PM Modi’s government cleanliness drive proved a tremendous success. Also, in the upcoming year, 1.5 crore more toilets will be constructed in rural areas.

However, a staggering 355 million women and girls are still waiting for a toilet; if they were all to stand in a queue, it would stretch around the Earth more than four times!” It also says that approx. 732 million Indians have no access to toilets and are thus forced to pass in the open. Still so far to go!

Top Highlights

  • Approx. 732 million Indians have no access to toilets.
  • India is lagged behind by China where 343 million people are living without decent toilet and sanitation facilities.

So, Why Toilets Are Important?

  1. Lack of sanitation can lead to diseases which are transmitted through human waste.
  2. Lack of sanitation can lead to contaminated drinking water, which is again extremely dangerous.
  3. Lack of sanitation is costing global economic losses in developing countries.
  4. Unsafe sanitation carries additional risks for many women - they are more vulnerable to sexual attacks.
  5. Not having access to safe sanitation is also one of the top reasons why girls do not go on with schooling once they hit puberty.

What Should Be Done?

Creating awareness about basic sanitation requires a well-organised campaign with government agencies in association with NGOs, media, and many others working in tandem at the grassroots. These awareness campaigns should be intended for making a behavioural shift in the attitudes of the people at the ground level.

On World Toilet Day, let us reaffirm our commitment towards improving sanitation facilities across our planet! Let's spread the awareness about improved access to basic sanitation...

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