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Dr. Rohit Gutgutia

Gynaecologist, Kolkata

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Rohit Gutgutia is an experienced Gynaecologist in Park Circus, Kolkata. You can visit him at Nova Clinic in Park Circus, Kolkata. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Rohit Gutgutia on Lybrate.com.

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Hello. I had two miscarriages. All tests are clear. Cannot diagnose cause of missed abortion. Suggest diet for healthy uterus.

MBBS DGO PGDCC
Gynaecologist, Belgaum
Hello. I had two miscarriages. All tests are clear. Cannot diagnose cause of missed abortion. Suggest diet for health...
There is nothing like diet for healthy uterus. Overall health should be healthy. Do regular walking and exercises, have green leafy vegetables, fruits, salads in your daily diet. If possible add yoga and meditation. Go for repeated pregnancy loss evaluation before planning for next pregnancy.
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I would like to know which dalls and which vegetables are easily digestible and which are not. What about soya granules and tofu? we know that water melon etc. Are good in summer. Whaich fruits/veggoes we should avoid in certain seasons?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
All the dals prepared fresh, all seasonal green vegetables and seasonal fruits are good for our health.
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I m having vaginal discharges for last 4month. I can't have sex with my husband.please help me

Advanced Aesthetics
Ayurveda, Gulbarga
Leucorrhea can be defined as the thick milky discharge from the vagina. It can be due to physiological causes or due to some pathological causes. In usual cases, the leucorrhea is physiological due to release of estrogen hormone in large quantities but it could be inflammatory also. The watery discharge is usually white in color but in severe infections it could be greenish or yellowish in color. What are the causes of Leucorrhea? The Leucorrhea discharge is a normal condition that occurs in the menstrual cycle in almost all women at some stage or the other. •Watery discharge from vagina •Foul smelling discharge •Greenish or yellowish purulent discharge •Itching around vagina •Dryness around vagina •Weakness in women •Lethargic body •Irritation and headaches •Pain in calves •Lumbar pain
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I'm 27 year women my last period was on 8 May. I had unprotected sex with my husband on 20, then on 26th, 28, 30 may and on 3rd june. I not even had any kind of contraceptive pills. Even though I got my periods on 4th june. Kindly tell me why is it so. I guess it was a correct time when we had sex. But still got my periods. Is there still any chance of pregnancy in this time. Please inform. Thank you.

MD, MBBS, Advanced Infertility
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I'm 27 year women my last period was on 8 May. I had unprotected sex with my husband on 20, then on 26th, 28, 30 may ...
You should get a basic set of investigations if you are having unprotected sexual intercourse since one year. Your age is 27 and if married for more than 1 year, a set of basic tests is no harm done.
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Is ecosprin 75 mg is safe in first trimester. I had my LMP at 9 Nov 2017. Please suggest I should take ecosprin or now my doctor has told me to take it but I am scared of its side effects in SECOND TRIMESTER. My NT Scan is normal. Please Suggest.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Is ecosprin 75 mg is safe in first trimester. I had my LMP at 9 Nov 2017. Please suggest I should take ecosprin or no...
Ecosprin is safe ,can be taken during pregnancy, if your doctor has prescribed it you should take it.
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Hi, After abortion. I go for ultrasound for sure me that I abort my child successful. Can you help me out to read that ultrasound round? This is my report. No evidence of retained products of conception is seen. Thin streak of fluid is seen pouch of Douglas. Endometrial echo is central in position and measure 1.4 mm in thickness.Please help me.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
As PP have said CD10 is the day of your cycle and your U/S results show a very normal uterus and lining and you ovaries have multiple follicles. There can be a small amount of fluid in the pouch of douglas that comes from the ovary as the egg is released. A large amount may be from a ruptured cyst. No fluid is good. Fluid or blood in the Pouch of Douglas may be a feature of a tubal pregnancy that is aborting or that has ruptured. In the Pouch of Douglas, free fluid may emanate from a ruptured or leaking ectopic gestation and/or from a ruptured corpus luteum.
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Top Causes of Hair Loss and Hair Thinning in Women

MBBS, DNB (Dermatology)
Dermatologist, Mumbai
Top Causes of Hair Loss and Hair Thinning in Women

For women, hair are not just fibres, but an expression of beauty, style, and personality. Losing your hair can really freak you out. Whether it's short-term or long-term, women lose hair the same way men do. It might thin all over, or your centre part could get wider and wider.

How Does Hair Grow?
Your scalp has about 1,00,000 hair. Each one has its own life cycle. A follicle produces a single hair that grows at a rate of half an inch per month. It stays for 2 to 6 years, then stops for about a month. When the next cycle starts up, that hair falls out. At any given time, most of your hair are in the growth phase.

How Much Hair Loss Is Normal?
Most people shed about 50-100 hair every day. But if it starts to fall out in clumps or if you notice it getting thinner over time, see a Dermato-Trichologist.

Major Hair Loss Triggers in women:

  • Thyroid Problems: If the thyroid makes too much or too little thyroid hormone, you may develop progressive thinning of hair all over the scalp.
  • PCOS: In polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), your body makes more male hormones, or androgen, than it should. This can cause the extra hair on your face and body while the hair on your head thins out.
  • Childbirth: Hair seems fuller during pregnancy because high hormone levels keep resting hairs from falling out. But after the baby comes, things go back to normal and those strands will fall out quickly. You could lose a lot of hair at once.
  • The Pill: The hormones that suppress ovulation can also thin out your hair. You can also lose hair when you stop taking the pill.
  • Medicines: Drugs like blood thinners, methotrexate, cholesterol lowering medications, chemotherapeutic agents, anti-depressants etc. can cause hair loss and thinning.
  • Crash Diets: You may lose more than weight with a fad diet. And if you lose weight more rapidly, you might also lose hair in a couple of months.
  • Deficiency: A longstanding deficiency of Iron, Folic acid, and other nutrients can also trigger off hair loss and cause hair thinning.
  • Tight Hairstyles: Wearing tight ponytails can irritate your scalp and cause hair to fall out. Long-term use of these styles can scar your scalp and lead to permanent hair loss.
  • Cancer Treatment: Chemo and radiation therapy, can take a toll on your hair. In their quest to kill cancer cells, both can harm hair follicles and trigger dramatic hair loss.
  • Extreme Stress e.g. a serious illness, major surgery, trauma involving blood loss, severe emotional disturbance etc., can cause you to suddenly shed huge amounts of hair.

Hope this gives you a fair idea about the possible reasons for losing your lovely hair. The good news is, there's often a way to fix it. You can consult me for if you are losing hair and need a solution for the same.

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Hi since more than 3 month I am suffering from Pcod problem. How to control Pcod problem?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hi since more than 3 month I am suffering from Pcod problem. How to control Pcod problem?
Hi Akshata, treatment depends upon your marital status nd pregnancy. You can start oral contraceptive pill if not planning for pregnancy. For pregnancy you may need ovulation induction medicines.
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I am 5 weeks pregnant. Can I travel in office bus for 1 and half hrs one way.(3 hrs per day)? Will this cause adverse effects?

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
I am 5 weeks pregnant. Can I travel in office bus for 1 and half hrs one way.(3 hrs per day)? Will this cause adverse...
It is generally safe to travel at all times during your pregnancy. Whether you are going by car, bus, or train, it is generally safe to travel while you are pregnant; however, there are some things to consider that could make your trip safer and more comfortable. It is essential to buckle-up every time you ride in a car. Make sure that you use both the lap and shoulder belts for the best protection of you and your baby. Buses tend to have narrow aisles and small restrooms. This mode of transportation can be more challenging. The safest thing is to remain seated while the bus is moving. If you must use the restroom, make sure to hold on to the rail or seats to keep your balance. Avoiding travel from 32 weeks (8th month) through birth is recommended for women who have complicated pregnancies with risk factors for premature labor, such as mothers carrying multiples. You can travel but be careful according instruction for safe pregnancy.
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