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Dr. Piya Ray  - Gynaecologist, Kolkata

Dr. Piya Ray

MBBS (Honours), MD (Obs & Gynae), DNB (Obs & Gynae) , Diploma of the Faculty ...

Gynaecologist, Kolkata

27 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Piya Ray MBBS (Honours), MD (Obs & Gynae), DNB (Obs & Gynae) , Dip... Gynaecologist, Kolkata
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Dr. Piya Ray is a renowned Gynaecologist in 24 Parganas, Kolkata. You can meet Dr. Piya Ray personally at Vision Care Hospital-Mukundapur in 24 Parganas, Kolkata. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Piya Ray on has top trusted Gynaecologists from across India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 34 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Kolkata and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MBBS (Honours) - Calcutta University - 1991
MD (Obs & Gynae) - Calcutta University - 1996
DNB (Obs & Gynae) - National Board Examination, New Delhi - 1997
Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP) - RCOG, London, UK - 2001
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG) - RCOG, London, UK - 2000
CCT (Specialist Register) - PMETB /RCOG, London, UK - 2009
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7 Ways To Manage Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)!

MBBS, DGO, FCPS - Mid & Gynae
Gynaecologist, Navi Mumbai
7 Ways To Manage Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)!

Premenstrual syndrome or PMS is a common phenomenon that happens to over 75% of menstruating women. It refers to a set of symptoms that a woman experiences 7 to 10 days within the onset of her monthly period. The symptoms often cause great discomfort to the woman, but disappear soon after the period gets over.

The symptoms include muscle cramps, headache, body ache, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, mood swings and a lot more. This is not a pathogen related disease. It is caused due to hormonal imbalance before the start of menses in women. The level of female hormones i.e. estrogen and progesterone fluctuate inside a woman’s body prior to the menses. They are believed to have an impact on certain chemicals released by the brain. Therefore, women experience these symptoms during this time of their monthly cycle.

You don’t need to depend on strict medication to get rid of these symptoms. They can vanish if you make some changes in your lifestyle. Here are some natural ways to get rid of these symptoms:

  1. Check your diet: In order to enjoy a healthy period, you need to avoid certain food items. Trans fats and hydrogenated fats can increase these symptoms. Cut down on the sugar content of your meal as high sugar level can give birth to some of these symptoms like mood swings, headache, nausea, etc. It is also important to check the water content in your body. It is advisable to avoid salt as too much water retention can be bad. Too much consumption of caffeine can cause depression and anxiety.
  2. Go for a holistic and balanced diet: Women must include sufficient amounts of minerals and vitamins in their diet to avoid PMS. Try eating foods that are rich in magnesium such as bananas and leafy green vegetables. Also consume Vitamin A rich foods, mainly yellow and orange vegetables.
  3. Take up some light exercises: Light aerobic exercises may help you in getting some relief from bloated stomach and pain. But, don’t exert yourself in doing stressful exercises.
  4. Try some heat: Applying a heat pad can provide relief from muscle cramps and abdominal pain. Heat dilates the blood vessels and improves flow of blood through them. This provides relief from any sort of pain.
  5. Drink right: It is true that too much retention of water in the body can worsen PMS. But it is advisable that you drink sufficient amount of water during the periods or before it starts. As experts say, water itself can hinder water retention in your body. Besides water, go for herbal drinks like a cup of hot ginger tea. Some herbal drinks can work wonders in preventing PMS.
  6. Sleep well: Adequate night sleep is a must for menstruating women.
  7. Oil message: Use lavender oil and cypress oil to avoid muscle cramps and tension.

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

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I've given blowjob to my boyfriend just for a minute after cleaning his dick and there was no cum gone in my mouth. Does this effect to my health.

D.E.H.M, B.E.M.S, M.D.(E.H)
Sexologist, Faridabad
I've given blowjob to my boyfriend just for a minute after cleaning his dick and there was no cum gone in my mouth. D...
If one has not swallowed its better. Swallow should not be happened. Involve in sexual activity with caution. Wish you good health.
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Expired Medicines - What to Check Before Throwing Them Away?

Diploma In Cardiology
General Physician, Kolkata
Expired Medicines - What to Check Before Throwing Them Away?

When it comes to health, there is no taking a chance. Most of us are in the habit of storing some medicines at home, which could come in handy, say for a headache or an acidity attack. However, these often remain in the medicine kit for a long time before they are actually used. So, finally when the day arrives when there is an actual need for it, we are not sure if it is still usable. The one thing we dread is the use of a medicine, which is past its expiry date.

What if there is an adverse event? What if there is a complication or a side effect?
Then, if we are not in a position to get a fresh pill, we would rather endure the pain or acidity than pop that outdated pill. Is it really prudent to do so? I say otherwise. Most medicines have the expiry date to indicate the date or time, until when the drug would have the most potency and efficacy. Meaning to say, the drug may become weak (take longer to act or may require more of the drug to produce the same effect) when taken after the listed expiry date.

The truth is that most pharma companies list a date, which could be months, if not years, ahead of the actual expiry date. In reality, a drug never really expires. Most medicines can be used up to a few months after this date. Some medicines may even be useful after years of their expiry date.

It depends as to what the medicine is for:

  1. Painkillers are usually harmless to take beyond the expiry date. If there is no effect (even prolonged), then try to get a fresh one.
  2. Chronic medications like anti-hypertensives and anti-diabetic medications can be used up to a few months at the most, not beyond. Make sure to monitor readings to check for the efficacy. Often times, a greater dose may be required to get the desired effect, but this should not be done without medical supervision.
  3. Biologic products like EpiPen, eye drops or injectable substances should not be used, if they are cloudy. In fact, most of these should be kept for a very short period after opening.
  4. With any expired medicine, keep your doctor posted, especially your chronic meds to seek further advice and information.

The place and the way the drug is stored also may help in retaining its strength. A drug stored in the fridge is safer than something stashed away in a cupboard with a lot of other things. Keep these in mind, and take a call! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.

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I had unprotected sex this month and took emergency pills thrice or maybe 4 times. My periods are 20 days late now, but today I noticed cramping and brown blood spotting. Is this implantation spotting or menstrual bleeding? Should I test for pregnancy?

Diploma in Advanced Gynaec Laparoscopic Surgery, Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Zirakpur
I had unprotected sex this month and took emergency pills thrice or maybe 4 times. My periods are 20 days late now, b...
Dear lybrate-user, Most chances are that pregnancy event has not taken place. But still, you need to have pregnancy test to be assured that we are at safe zone.
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I have pimples over the vaginal area. They are very itchy too. M worried about it. Suggest something.

Homeopath, Bhiwadi
Take homoeopathy medicine heparsulph 200 potency and then sme in 30 potency 7 globules 3 times a day for 7 days.
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For 30+ F on second pregnancy, is it ok to continue breastfeed to 1.5 years old kid ? She is currently on folic acid along with iron & calcium supplements. What if sugar medicine gets started in next couple of months ? Is it safe to feed then ?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
For 30+ F on second pregnancy, is it ok to continue breastfeed to 1.5 years old kid ? She is currently on folic acid ...
you can take medicine for sugar too which is safe during breast can continue breast feeding for 1.5years along with taking iron and folic acidsupplement.
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I am 25 years old married since 2 yrs. My husband report says bilateral small testes, severe left and mild right varicocele. My follicle count is 3-4 gfs of right and 1-2 gfs of left ovary. Wanted to know if ivf works in 1st attempt.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
It all depends on other parameters like semen analysis, tubal status, condition of uterus, hormone levels etc.
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My periods wer supposed to be Oct 17 but instead of bleeding I'm having brown spotting can I know the reason please ,am I pregnant? Pls answer.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My periods wer supposed to be Oct 17 but instead of bleeding I'm having brown spotting can I know the reason please ,...
Pregnancy possible, only reports can say. If pregnancy ruled out then Detailed medical history, clinical examination and old reports plus new if required can decide what to advise so to meet Gynecologist.
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Bed Tea - Is It Good Or Bad For Your Health?

Certificate In Food & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Noida
Bed Tea - Is It Good Or Bad For Your Health?

Tea is an addiction for many, and luckily not the worst one to have. A cup of hot tea in the morning and another one in the afternoon is more than enough to get you through the rest of the day. It is not only beneficial but also recommended. If taken in moderate amounts, this comforting beverage has some remarkable benefits. 

Benefits of drinking tea-

  • Tea can hydrate your body and can be beneficial especially when one suffers from diarrhea and needs fluids in the body.
  • Some teas contain ingredients such as herbs like cascara and senna, which have natural laxative properties and may help in relieving constipation.
  • Black and green tea contains essential oils and polyphenols that may aid digestion by stimulating the gastric acids thus reducing flatulence and negative digestive symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting.
  • A cup of rose tea in the morning stimulates your body’s production of bile, which aids in the digestion of food. It works as a mild laxative and is often used as an effective natural remedy for constipation.
  • The antioxidants in tea can help the body to fight cancer of the colon, stomach, small intestine, pancreas and liver.

But, having bed-tea, first thing in the morning - is it a healthy practice that most Indian households possess? Yes, most of you are habituated to have bed-tea as soon as you wake up. You love to start your day with a piping hot cup. Though it is a great way to soothe your soul, relax your mind, makes a wonderful beverage to enjoy with friends, perfect welcome drink to guests, however, is it really a good idea to kick-start your morning with tea? Think again!

Well, this is just NOT an ideal way to begin your day - both for your body and your teeth. Your oral cavity and hygiene contribute a lot towards your health and overall well-being. Here are reasons to avoid morning bed-tea.

Reasons why you should not drink tea in the morning-

  • Drinking tea, in the morning can cause stomach inflammation and it may lead to infection and feeling of nausea.
  • Drinking tea can affect the bile juice secretion in your stomach and can also cause nausea and nervousness because of the empty stomach.
  • Tea increases the level of acid in the stomach. Gulping down a cup of hot tea would mean washing down bacteria from your mouth and sending them down to your gut can upset your stomach.
  • When tea washes down bacteria from mouth to the gut, it interferes with the functioning of the good bacteria and might cause problems in metabolism, disrupting the acid-alkaline balance in the stomach. This may result in constipation.
  • A chemical in tea known as theophylline has a dehydrating effect on stools passing through the intestines, resulting in constipation. 

So, drink your way to good health... avoid morning your tea in bed and stay healthy! In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Many times I have lots of pain in my breast, stomach, food pipe, jaws and back together after or sometimes before eating and drinking something. No acidity capsules and pain killer gave me relief from this pain, the only way I got relief from this pain is vomiting. what s the reason of this pain and burning feeling.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Respected lybrate-user it seems problem related to gall bladder probably. I would suggest to get an ultrasound of abdomen done dear thanks regards.
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