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Dr. Vijaya Hegde

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Vijaya Hegde is a renowned Gynaecologist in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. Vijaya Hegde at Hegde Hospital in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Vijaya Hegde on Lybrate.com.

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#16-11-310/8/B, Moosarambagh, Dilsukh Nagar. Landmark: Near Blue Bird Cafe, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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My wife is 38 years old and for last one months she is having occasional bleeding like mensuration in small quantity, kindly suggest the test and treatment for her.

BHMS,PGDRP
Homeopath, Kolkata
My wife is 38 years old and for last one months she is having occasional bleeding like mensuration in small quantity,...
Pls give the weight of your wife age of last baby she delivered pls do thyroid test and r/e of blood send me report after that treatment.
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Having irritation in vagina before & after periods . Done all test Paper smear / Sonographic but nothing found . Dr are also not able to find out the issue . Pl help

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I need to examine you. As you have not mentioned your age, it could be hormone related issue. If you are > 40 yrs, you can apply estrogen cream inside vagina.
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I am 27 years old. In this month I am not getting down. I am confused y. Doctor checked m through I am preganews I am pregnant or not but result is negative. Pls tell m now wat should I do.

MBBS, DGO, Ceritification in Minimal Invasive Surgery
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
I am 27 years old. In this month I am not getting down. I am confused y. Doctor checked m through I am preganews I am...
Periods can get delayed because of many causes. Pregnancy is one of them. It would be better to get blood test done for pregnancy to be completely sure. If it is negative you would need to get certain blood tests and ultrasound to rule out other reasons for delayed periods.
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The Connection of Yoga and Ayurveda

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
The Connection of Yoga and Ayurveda

It is often said that Ayurveda is a science and Yoga is an implementation of that science. In treatment, both these connected branches speak for the consistent practice of breathing techniques and medication along with indulging in body purification processes, use of medicinal herbs, well regulated dieting as well as chanting of mantras for uplifting the mind and body. In Yoga, the physical purification processes are known as 'Satkriyas' whereas the same in Ayurveda is called as 'Panchakarma'.

Understanding Yoga and Ayurveda: Yoga and Ayurveda are two interrelated branches of Vedic knowledge that encircles the whole universe.

  1. The formation of Ayurveda: Ayurveda is one of the four secondary Vedic teachings called the Upavedas that constitute Gandharva Veda, Dhanur Veda and Sthapatya Veda as well. Each of these Ayurvedas is directed towards specific walks and aims at the Vedic quest for liberation. Ayurveda is by far the most important of all four as it addresses all the disciplines of healing as well as holistic well-being of the mind and body.
  2. The birth of Yoga: Ever since its formation through the Yoga, it has been widely accepted as one of the six branches of Vedic preaching. It advocates the authority of the Vedas and aims at systematizing the true meaning of the Vedic preaching.

In this classical Vedic system, Ayurveda is specifically developed for healing purposes and there is no other branch of the Vedic system that can offer such comprehensive healing benefits.

Integral relationship between Yoga and Ayurveda: The term Yoga means combining, harmonizing and above all uniting. Thus a Yogic approach is an inherently integrative approach that harmonizes the body, mind and senses, and is not involved in implementation of sideline techniques but incorporates a synthesis of all aspects of the healing processes. This is the reason why Yoga originally has an eight-fold path directed towards bettering the quality of lives. Otherwise, it is caught in similar variants of physical reductionism that are often addressed in modern medicinal therapies.

Asana is referred to as the internal medicine of Yoga as it brings the vital energy directly into the body. It is aimed at alleviating the nervous, respiratory and circulatory systems of the human body. It is crucial to integrate Ayurveda and Yoga for bringing out the total spiritual and healing potential of the human body as well as each of these vast branches of Vedic knowledge.

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I've already taken ipill twice in a day. What wil happen due to this. Will I get breast cancer Jus coz ive taken it twice by mistake?

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I've already taken ipill twice in a day. What wil happen due to this. Will I get breast cancer Jus coz ive taken it t...
no, you would not get breast cancer with this . but no use taking it twice in a day. you might experience irregular cycles bcz of hormonal disturbances.
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5 Foods That Help Fight Depression!

MBBS, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
5 Foods That Help Fight Depression!

One of the human body’s primary defense mechanism can be depression when it correlates with personal loss, life struggle or an injury. It is normal to be depressed on occasions, and our body has been blessed with a system that can help cope with it and come out of it. However, when the depression turns intense and becomes a part of our life, then it could be a cause for serious concern.

The food we eat plays a significant role in having mood swings. A proper diet can be extremely helpful in reducing depression tendencies and in keeping us happy. Let us have a look at few food products that fight depression.

  1. Green tea: It is loaded with amino acids and antioxidants and is extremely useful in overcoming depression. It also acts as a detoxing agent and cleanses your body. Thus your body feels supple and gets loaded with natural energy. The amino acids present in them are known to reduce stress and are highly recommended for neurodegenerative disorders. Green tea can be had even for 3 to 4 times per day without any side effects.

  2. Almonds: Almonds are rich in magnesium that influences the production of serotonin, a chemical that is good for the brain. They are also known to release ample amounts of energy to the brain circuits. Researchers have established that magnesium deficiency is one of the fundamental causes of depression and mood disorders. Moreover, almonds are enriched with zinc that promotes neurotransmitter production.

  3. Salmon: Inflammation of the brain is also one of the reasons why many people undergo mood swings and depression. They occur due to the lack of omega-3 fatty acids in the diet. One of best sources of omega-3 fatty acids would be salmon, and they are very helpful in reducing inflammation of the brain. Further, they are categorized as one of the happy foods that keep the mind active and supple and play a significant role in mood regulation. Salmon is also good for your health and reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Tuna and sardines are other fish varieties that are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids.

  4. Dark chocolate: Did you know that eating chocolates can not only help in your mood swings, but it also keeps your mind happy? Dark chocolates are known to increase serotonin levels in the body that work as natural anti-depressants. They reduce stress and anxiety and play a significant role in increasing the emotional happiness of a person. They are also rich sources of sugar and promote carbohydrate build up in the body.

  5. Eggs: The very reason why many people suggest taking eggs as a part of a breakfast diet is that they are loaded with nutrients and proteins that give you complete energy to make it through the day. They also have good sources of zinc and contain enormous quantities of vitamin D that can act as a barrier to mood swings and depression. They are beneficial in promoting neurotransmitter production which is vital for keeping the brain active. They also aid in the manufacture of red blood cells that are good for the nervous system.

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I had sex on Feb, it's June now. I have been getting regular periods by far and I've also taken about 5 pregnancy tests at home. I also took an HCG test from a diagnostic centre. But now, I'm feeling a little weird, like I feel I'm getting symptoms of pregnancy, can I still be pregnant? Or is it that I'm over thinking?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I had sex on Feb, it's June now. I have been getting regular periods by far and I've also taken about 5 pregnancy tes...
If you are not getting periods and your tests are coming Negative you need to get an ultrasound done to confirm for pregnancy or of any other pathology or problems you are having, may be a few blood tests too which would be needed, for any further information or assistance you may get back to us on an online consulting, we shall be able to advise you correctly.
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I have the problem of spotting after period for 3-4 days, and periods are regular, in ultrasound found pcod, large ovaries, size of ovaries are 8.1cc and 8.9cc. And all hormones are normal, gyne put me on dian 35, I am seeing the effect, spotting get reduced but not removed, is pill working. I want to know the treatment to remove pcod completely.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I have the problem of spotting after period for 3-4 days, and periods are regular, in ultrasound found pcod, large ov...
We’ve heard over and over again that weight loss is important in managing PCOS and that diet and exercise are more effective than medications in improving your PCOS symptoms 1. Eat organic food. Avoid junk. 2. Drink lots of water. 3. Exercise regularly. Brisk walking is a good idea to keep weight under control. 4. Visit nature places and spend time alone. 5. Take steps to calm your mind. Worrying about the problem can only make it worse – listen to music, read or spend time gardening. Butterfly Pose can be very helpful in PCOS. Don’t flap your legs too much; instead try holding the posture for long. 1. Even more helpful is SuptaBadhakonasana (Reclining Butterfly Pose), which works just like the Butterfly Pose,this time lying down. This is what makes it extremely relaxing. To enhance the experience, play some soft music and place cushions under your hip. For beginners, it is a good idea to use cushion support while doing this posture. 2. Bharadvajasana (Bharadvaja’s Twist) is a seated spinal twist that helps PCOS patients. 3. Chakki Chalanasana (moving the grinding wheel) is a very simple exercise with several benefits. It helps massage the liver, kidneys, pancreas, uterus and the reproductive organs. 4. Shavasana (Corpse Pose) is another useful posture to try. In PCOS, the more you relax, the better you feel and this posture will help you completely relax at the end of your yoga session. 5. Padma Sadhana practice is also considered very effective for PCOS patients. 6. Make sure you don’t hold the postures that put pressure on the abdomen (Bow Pose, Superman Pose, Cobra Pose and Boat Pose) for a long time. 7. A few rounds of Sun Salutation at a faster pace can be good for weight loss; however, it is a good idea to practice only a few slow rounds daily for more relaxation. •
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My last two periods were heavy. But in this period flow is very very slow (hard to notice. Is it normal?

M.Sc - Psychology, MS- Sexualty
Sexologist, Visakhapatnam
My last two periods were heavy. But in this period flow is very very slow (hard to notice. Is it normal?
Some times this kind of fluctuation quiet normal. Correct haemoglobin and thyroid abnormalities and get ultrasound scan for total abdomin .cahange life style maintains stress Free life. Take nourishing diet. Consult DGO Doctor.
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