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Dr. Sanjukta Sarker

Gynaecologist, Kolkata

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Dr. Sanjukta Sarker is a renowned Gynaecologist in Dhakuria, Kolkata. She is currently practising at Dr. Sanjukta Sarkar's chamber in Dhakuria, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sanjukta Sarker and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am pregnant 4 months and twins. Is this possible for normal delivery. Can I feed both kids sufficient ly. I am ready to do any thing for them. For normal delivery and feeding. What food should I take now for feeding and yoga I need to do for normal delivery. Pld help me on this. It would be great help for me and my kids also.

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I am pregnant 4 months and twins. Is this possible for normal delivery. Can I feed both kids sufficient ly. I am read...
Congratulations for your pregnancy. What you are asking about normal (Vaginal) delivery is something which can be decided only when you go in labor. With twin pregnancy there is a high risk of delivery before TERM (i.e 37 weeks ).In Twin pregnancy, at delivery, the situations can be different for the babies. The position of the babies at delivery determines whether they will deliver normally. Normal position of the baby means when baby is head down in your body. If the baby at the time of delivery is in any position other than this, then there are high chances of a cesarean. At times, after the vaginal delivery of the first baby, the second of twin moves and its position may change to an abnormal one. In such instances, cesarean may also be required for the second baby's birth. So considering all this it would be prudent to leave the decision to the attending gynecologist and and baby. Since premature delivery is a possibility, it would be better to register yourself with a hospital where care of premature babies is available 24/4 and operative delivery (Cesarean section) can be done anytime. In twin pregnancies, usually the babies are NOT very big, so taking adequate nutrition, rest and medicines will help them achieve the best possible growth to help themselves when they are born. Proteins are the building blocks of life, and hence protein rich food like daal, legumes, and meat milk etc can help supply these. Doing Yoga may make your body more flexible but IT does not guarantee normal delivery. So do it only if you like it and are not exhausted by it, that too under guidance from your doctor. Having a good nutritious diet will keep you fit to have a good care for self and baby. Take iron rich foods to maintain good hemoglobin, as there are chances of excess blood loss during twin pregnancy delivery. While having a bath, take care of your nipples, lightly hold them and pull them outwards to prevent retraction. Wishing you all the very best for a joyous pregnancy.
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Im 30 years trying for pregnancy I had 2eggs in my right ovaries at13th day is it normal or otherwise what can I do for my egg growth for pregnancy.

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Excessive use of hand sanitizers has also been found to bring about abnormal hormonal problems. Studies reveal that the triclosan ingredient can alter the way hormones function in the body, enabling bacteria to be able to adapt and become more resistant to antibiotics.

3. Development of Life-Threatening Health Problems
Another ingredient in hand sanitizers that play a role in preventing the growth of bacteria is parabens. This ingredient has been found to be a potent contributing factor in many health problems such as cancer, skin irritation, endocrine problems, to name a few.

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