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Dr. Rupa Sen Ganguly

Gynaecologist, Kolkata

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Dr. Rupa Sen Ganguly is a popular Gynaecologist in Teghoria, Kolkata. She is currently associated with Zoom Health Care in Teghoria, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rupa Sen Ganguly and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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7 Tips For Countless Calories

BHMS, Certificate in Sex Education & Parenthood, PG Dip (Preventive & Promotive Healthcare), Dip in LSM (Prescribing Exercises), Dip in LSM (Metabolic Disroders & Nutrition), Dip in Occupational health & industrial hygiene., MBA (Healthcare), Certificate in Good Clinical Practice, Dip in Healthcare Quality, Core Competency In Lifestyle Medicine
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Counting calories is one of the most popular ways of dietary management for weight management. It is not always easy to do when you're out or pressed for time, may be in a situation like dinner party, hiking, etc.
Here are some basic guidelines to follow when straight calorie counting is impractical.
1. Eat foods that are filling and low in calories. That means, as often as possible, your meals and snacks should include whole grains, such as brown rice, whole-wheat bread, and oatmeal, as well as legumes, such as lentils and other beans. And don't forget to fill at least half your plate with fruits and vegetables.
2. When you eat meat, cut out fat and cut down portion sizes. Choose lean cuts of meat and modest amounts about 3 or 4 ounces per serving (which is roughly the size of your palm).
3. Avoid fried foods. Frying foods adds fat and calories. For stove top cooking, it's better either to stir-fry foods in a non-stick pan lightly coated with a cooking-oil spray or to braise them in broth or wine. Baking, broiling, and roasting are also great options.
4. Choose low-fat or fat less dairy foods. Milk, yogurt, and cheese are good sources of protein and calcium, but the whole-milk versions of these dairy products are very high in fat.
5. Avoid fast foods. Hamburgers, chicken nuggets, french fries, and other fast-food staples tend to promote weight gain for two reasons. First, they are high in fat, calories, or both. Second, the" value meals" available at many fast-food chains are often excessively large and tempt you to overeat.
6. Avoid high-calorie, low-nutrient snacks. Chips and other deep-fried snacks are high in fat and therefore calories. But even snacks labelled" low-fat" are often high in calories because they contain large amounts of sugars and other carbohydrates.
7. Watch what you drink. Regular sodas, fruit juices, and, especially, alcoholic beverages are high in calories.

Source: health beat (harvard medical school)
7 Tips For Countless Calories

My fiancee is suffering from Endometriosis and is currently under taking ayurvedic medicines. I want a clear understanding of her health, how can she improve. Docs from chennai city preferred.

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My fiancee is suffering from Endometriosis and is currently under taking ayurvedic medicines. I want a clear understa...
Mr. you can continue her treatment under specialized gynaecologist. Endometriosis can be treated if follow proper treatment.

Good evening Doctor, we are happy married couple from last 07 years and we are facing problem in having baby, although we had both done our all test and all are clear, so can you advice what would be the problem according with your experience.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA)
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There may not be problem in anyone, we call it 'unexplained infertility. It gives good result with treatment.

Hi doctor, I have pcod and I am taking myo inositol and metformin. But my period is delayed for 13 days. My pregnancy test is negative 4 days ago. My doctor said that tablets helping regulate period. I am confused. Am I pregnant. Pls help me.

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Hi doctor, I have pcod and I am taking myo inositol and metformin. But my period is delayed for 13 days. My pregnancy...
If pregnancy test is negative then you are not pregnant. These medicines only help to regularise the periods and it takes time for hormones to become balanced.

Myths & Misconceptions on Masturbation

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Intimacy with your loved ones is always preferred and is a wonderful experience, however, at times your bodily needs are not aligned with your partner's need, in such cases you can easily explore your body through masturbation. Masturbation is a wonderful way to explore your desires, which is healthy as well as beneficial. Here are some of the most common misconceptions and the truths behind masturbation.

Myth: Masturbation doesn't provide any long term health benefits.
Fact: Many experts believe that masturbation can be good for your health. Some of the health benefits that it provides include improved concentration levels and better sleep. It also helps in relieving stress and headaches as your body releases endorphins (brain chemicals), which give you a sense of well-being. Apart from that, masturbating regularly ensures better fitness levels and a youthful appearance in men. For women, it offers certain sexual health benefits such as less pain during sexual intercourse. This happens due to the interaction between brain receptors and the endorphins, which help in reducing your perception of pain. Furthermore, it can even reduce vaginal dryness.

Myth: There's no limit to how much you can masturbate.
Fact: According to the American Psychological Association, you should stop masturbating if it affects your daily life; causes emotional problems or physical soreness; disrupts your relationship with your partner or makes you unable to have orgasms from the stimulation that you experience with your partner. Otherwise, the frequency of masturbating can vary from individual to individual. If you masturbate a number of times in a day and still lead a healthy and satisfying life, you have nothing to worry about.

Myth: Masturbation makes you go blind.
Fact: Masturbation cannot make you blind. Studies conducted on this point of contention haven't been able to find a link between masturbation and blindness. On the contrary, these researches have gone on to reveal that individuals who masturbate 4 times daily or more for years haven't been found to suffer from any diseases attributed to masturbation, including blindness.

Myth: People in relationships do not masturbate.
Fact: Whether you're single or in a relationship, masturbation is a healthy sexual activity that you can engage in to fulfil your sexual desires. Studies show that masturbation is a very common behaviour; about 92% of men and 62% of women masturbate. Sometimes, couples also engage in masturbation together as part of their sexual activity.
Myths & Misconceptions on Masturbation

Emergency contraceptive pills are safe to be used at what frequent interval. Eg. If it is used twice a month after unprotected sex, is it ok to use at such regular intervals.

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Emergency contraceptive pills are safe to be used at what frequent interval.
Eg. If it is used twice a month after un...
Emergeny contraceptive pill are forr emergency and not for habitual use according to your needs.If taken frequently can and will cause ssome disatrous health hazard.So never evr try to ue these pills habitually.You will ruin your life.Stay away from them a much a you can and use other methods of contraception.

I have pcos problem. Does it cure by taking pills for an year? or else can I go for homeopathic medicine for permanent solution.

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Pcod nowadays is common problem. Taking pills is not permanent solution. As soon as you stop again it will start. You need to treat it internally through safe medicine as it willact directly on the ovaries. There are many medicines in homoeopathy which can treated safely. Along with it do regularly exercise and avoid high carbohydrate food.

I have my first relationship with my husband. After that I have taken an ipill. My period has also come at right time. After 9 days of taking ipill, I fill digestive problems and secretion of white fluid is more. Are these the side effects of ipill? Will ipill affect my future pregnancy? Pls help me, am soo tense?

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I understand your concern. You are right, the white discharge and digestive problems is a common and expected side effect of the I pill. Do not worry this does not hamper future periods or pregnancy. Hope this has helped you. All the best.

I suffered from stomach pain during periods. what I should do? and I also feels geedy during that time.

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Homeopath
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I suffered from stomach pain during periods. what I should do? and I also feels geedy during that time.
Homoeopathic medicine dysmin (sbl) chew 4 tab 2-4 hrly depending on severity of pain during periods nd report after 3 months.

Mere period 10 din miss ho gaye hai air main Ghar per pregnancy test ki Jo negative aka rahi hai main kya karu ?

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Mere period 10 din miss ho gaye hai air main Ghar per pregnancy test ki Jo negative aka rahi hai main kya karu ?
Hello, if your pregnancy test is negative it means you are not pregnant and possibly there is some other reason of missed periods. Irregular periods may because of:- uncontrolled diabetes eating disorders hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism hyperprolactinemia (an abnormally high concentration in the blood of prolactin, a protein hormone) medications, such as antiepileptics or antipsychotics perimenopause polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) take pulsatilla200 ch, 5 drops, once daily in the morning for 7 days. If menses start in between 7 days then please stop. If menses do not start even after taking this medicine then we will go for investigations.

My wife had two miscarriages one was within 3 months and other was at 8 month reason for second one came out as non immune hydrops wr both are thal minor and also first cousin. We just came out of the pain planning for a baby but last one was in month of november 2015 and under c section thinking to go for IVF with pgd wanted to know when can we go for it.

DNB - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist
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Dear Mr. Lybrate-user, sad to know about your loss. If the last delivery was by csection in november 2015 then the best advice is to wait a year before you get the next treatment done. However because pgd is not that easy you would need to consult the clinic before hand as there are pre pgd workup to be done, which includes mutation testing for you and your wife and also family memberfs. Also the probes or primers need to be ready.

When is the safe time to have unprotected sex with my partner. In case I don't want pregnancy?

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if your cycles is regular, say your menses start on 1st and ends on 5th, then safe period is 6-11 and 18-to start of menses is considered to be safe. but pregnancy can happen any time. it will help you. Thank you

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Try to consume curryleaves in raw form atleast 4-5 or more/day. In the morning time or later) will improve eye sight as well blacken the hair.

I had cramped periods last month. And now I have pain in my thighs, waist. Could it be pregnancy?

FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
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I had cramped periods last month. And now I have pain in my thighs, waist. Could it be pregnancy?
The only sure way to confirm it is to do a blood test for pregnancy and an ultrasound. Please meet a gynaecologist

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist
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Green leafy vegetables are rich in calcium. Kale and spinach help in lightening the menstrual flow.

Hi, actually I want to ask that, is there any problem while having sex with partner at the time of periods. Any disadvantages is there to have sex. And what is the advantages of having sex at the time of non-periods, ie.when periods is over. Kindly explain plzzz.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
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Dear Lybrate user. I can understand. There is no major problem in having sex during periods except that it is unhygienic. You can have sex after periods for sure. Take care.

Hello sir, We both are the minor, my wife is at 19th week pregnant, doctor says my child has water accumulate in whole body. Is this alfa thalasemia?? We in tremendous mental pressure please help.

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Gynaecologist
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Hello sir, 
We both are the minor, my wife is at 19th week pregnant,  doctor says my child has water accumulate in wh...
There are many causes for accumulation of fluid in foetus ranging from infection to congenital anomalies to negative blood group. My advise is get an anomaly scan from a qualified doctor and thorough investigation to know the exact cause. Also one has to be clear about viability of foetus before prolonging pregnancy.

How to reduce stomach pain during periods? Please help me.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath
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How to reduce stomach pain during periods? Please help me.
Pain during periods, including severe cramps, is called Dysmenorrhea. You may use hot packs or have fomentation. Precaution- Maintain neatness and good personal hygiene during periods. We have effective treatment in homoeopathy for your problem. Take Magnesia phos 200 ?one dose (6 to 8 pills) in the morning and one dose in the evening
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