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Hymenoplasty se or koi problem to ni Hoti ise karane me Kitna time or paisa lagega kya ise husband ko koi saq ni Hoga fir.
I am not happy with the shape of my body so I want to lose my body weight and get thin but I don't have money to hire a doctor. Please advise me.
Hyyy my periods are not not regular most of the time it used to come. Before 5 days but this month the date ha passed and till now w after two days my periods ha s not come do I need to consult doctor for this.
I have put on so much weight. Though my diet has no outside food and still got a weight plateau that m not able to reduce. Pls help me to achieve 65 kg.
I had a sex on 17 nov during periods without precautions and I forgot to take medicine also Now what I can do to avoid pregnancy.
Hi Doctor, Greeting for the day! My LMP was on 09October 17 I have been consulted doctor they told im pregnant my concern is I haven't felt any sickness usually a pregnant woman gets morning sickness but I do not feel any sicknesses is it right sign or should I consult a doctor.
I need to reduce my waist size. Need to reduce my belly. So what are exercises I should do. And also what are the food I should prefer considering I live in hotel and have daily food Frm hotel.
Hi I am 26 years old and weight around 60 kgs. I have a chest pain from last 3 months at a particular point on left side mostly and when I put stress it increases in my whole lungs. It also increases at appetite and after eating food. I have done ECG, chest x-ray ,blood test, thyroid and ultrasound which all are normal. I have tried pantosec, omeprazole, pain killers and multivitamins but they doesn't work. Pls suggest which type of doctor can help like ortho, chest or gastro etc.
Hi I am 31 years married female and I have missed my periods for the 1st time. I thought I am carrying but not so. Please advise what to do as my period was due on 10 Nov. I'm not well from yesterday feeling cold and feverish. Please advise me at the earliest.
Hi, I had sex with my girlfriend ten days before I didn't ejaculate inside her but just after ejaculation I got inside her again and then we have sex last night and after that she had a little cramping and little spotting could she be pregnant. Please help me out of this confusion.
How to remove pimples on face, On my head now coming in excess. So head is more pain and I also use a himalaya face Wash.
Hi. I need to reduce my belly fat and side belly fat along with size of my thigh. Need your advice on that and also would like to know what is gm diet.
Mera 45 days ka beta he uska low weight birth hua tha abhi uska weight 2 kg 700 gm he uski body bahot patli he khas karke hand n leg bahot patle he kya me usko sypon drop de sakta hu ya apke pass koi idea hoto aap please muje batao kh.
The first six weeks after the baby is born is termed as the postpartum period. While this is a joyous phase for a mother, it requires healing and adjustments for the mother. While the mother bonds with the baby during this period, adjusting to surroundings with the new baby can be challenging affair. The postpartum care, therefore, becomes more important. Here is a brief guideline about the essential precautions of postpartum care and its importance-
- Get as much rest as possible: Postpartum care can be demanding for a mother. Sleeping is required to beat the fatigue and tiredness during this period. The baby wakes up from the sleep every alternate hour and the mother needs to feed him. To ensure that the mother is not physically exhausted, it is important that she sleeps whenever the baby does.
- Eat healthily: Maintaining a healthy diet during the postpartum care is extremely important. Food such as whole grain, protein, fruits, and vegetables can contribute to incremental healing. If a mother is breastfeeding the baby, consumption of fluid is equally as important as a healthy diet. A good diet helps a mother to gain sufficient energy that she is burning during the initial few weeks of giving birth to the baby.
- Avoid strenuous work: Each mother should take at least 2-3 months after delivery to get back to work. If the situation arises where a mother is forced to join back her job or take up professional activities, it should be ensured that she should not take up any strenuous activities. It will not only wear her out but take a heavy toll on the mental health as well.
- Exercise: Usually a doctor suggests the right time to exercise and prescribes the right exercise that is necessary to a mother. The exercise should not be too strenuous. A quick walk around the park, brisk jogging for 10 minutes, some easy-to-follow free-hand exercises can be extremely beneficial for a mother during this stage. Exercise can keep fatigue and boredom at bay and helps a mother increase the energy levels throughout the day.
- Seek help: Postpartum depression is very common among new mothers. It often shows up during the first few weeks after giving birth. Close to 80 percent of the mother explains abrupt mood swings, irritability, restlessness, insomnia, sadness, unexplained crying etc. It makes sense to visit a doctor or seek professional help if these symptoms do not go away after a couple of weeks of giving birth to the baby. Doctors can suggest ways to get over this phase easily. If not for these symptoms, a doctor should be consulted in any which case for a span of first three months to refrain from unwanted complications.
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!
- 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?
- Lack of sanitation can lead to diseases which are transmitted through human waste.
- Lack of sanitation can lead to contaminated drinking water, which is again extremely dangerous.
- Lack of sanitation is costing global economic losses in developing countries.
- Unsafe sanitation carries additional risks for many women - they are more vulnerable to sexual attacks.
- 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...