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Dr. Subir Roy

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Dr. Subir Roy is a trusted Gynaecologist in Shyambazar, Kolkata. He is currently practising at Serum Sristi Nursing Home in Shyambazar, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Subir Roy and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Hi. I had miscarriage 15 months back. After the D&c then my period were absent for a year. Now after everything got normal I am trying to conceive for couple of months. .But no luck! This month I did follicle monitoring. Just for precaution sake. I was give hCG10000 on day 16th. And day 17th egg raptured. Now I have been advised to take duphaston 10 mg BD for 14 days And Microgest 200. I was little concerned and wanted to check. If taking these would be good idea or not.

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Hi. I had miscarriage 15 months back. After the D&c then my period were absent for a year.
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Hi lybrate-user, Taking these is an absolutely good idea as they support pregnancy and take care of any kind of luteal phase defect. So go ahead with these medicines. All the best.
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Is syscan 150 mg tablet safe during pregnancy? I am 20 weeks pregnant. Is it safe?

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I am 20 weeks pregnant. Is it safe?
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Distracting Yourself - Can It Help In Controlling A Panic Attack?

B.A., MA - Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
Distracting Yourself - Can It Help In Controlling A Panic Attack?

A panic attack is a stress response to fear and other reactions that you experience due to being overly worried. It can get difficult and painful at times to cope with panic attacks daily. Here are some tips to help you deal with your panic attacks. 

  1. Know your attack: A panic attack can be caused by a variety of reasons. You need to understand the physiological, psychological and emotional components that are causing your panic attack. Once you know the cause, the way your body reacts to each cause and how this stress affects your body and mind, you no longer need to fear your panic attack. You can stop a panic attack only by fighting it. Knowledge is power, let the knowledge of your panic attack help you get better. 
  2. Calm down: Try to relax during an attack. Stop scaring yourself by thinking or saying that you are going to panic! Talk to yourself about positive things. Use positive affirmations to calm down. Take control of the situation and relax your mind and body. Calming down helps shut the mechanism causing your attack and ends the stress response. 
  3. Deep breathing: When you feel you’re going to have a panic attack, simple breathing and relaxation techniques help a lot. You do not need to wait for an attack. Practise deep breathing twice a day for 10 minutes each and see how you can easily conquer your panic attacks. Take deep breaths and keep reassuring yourself that you’re going to be fine. Take in a slow, deep breath while counting to five and hold. Now slowly let your breath out while counting to five again. Concentrate on your breaths and counts which helps shift your focus from the attack to being relaxed. 
  4. Relax your muscles: During an attack, your body gets aroused due to the release of stress hormones. Try to relax and calm your mind and body during an attack to expel the stress hormones faster. Find a comfortable position to sit or lie down during an attack and just focus on your deep breathing techniques. 
  5. Distraction: Shifting your attention to something funny or relaxing which will lighten your mood and calm you down is a good way to prevent an attack. This helps take your mind away from sensations attached to active stress reactions and thereby stop the attack. 

All panic attacks, no matter how long and strong, will eventually end. Just follow the tips above and keep your mind and body relaxed. The more you panic, the worse you become. If you find your panic attacks rooted in past memories, or other thoughts, you are unable to cope with, reach out to a psychologist. Counselling and therapy can help you systematically process the root cause of the panic attacks, providing long term relief and emotional balance. Think positive, stay healthy.

I am 30 years old male, I got married on 15 march this year. Its almost 2.5 months. My wife is not getting pregnant please guide.

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sex during right days will increase chances of pregnancy. try regular sex between 10-17 days after periods.
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Please suggest. If I cum inside my girl ass is it harmful or not and we all clean don’t have any disease and if it’s one time is it harmful or not and thank you.

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Maine unsafe sex kiya tha lekin maine fir 72 ghanto ke andar emergency pill li lekin fir bhi mera periods 25 din late hai and aaj subah jab maine test kiya khud se to usme result positive aaya kya mai sach me pregnant hu agar haa to meri shadi nhi hui safely abortion ke liye mai kya karu mai abhi maa nhi banna chahti please help me.

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Maine unsafe sex kiya tha lekin maine fir 72 ghanto ke andar emergency pill li lekin fir bhi mera periods 25 din late...
Hello, to confirm pregnancy get a serum beta hcg test done, if the hcg levels are more than 3mIU then you are pregnant for sure. In that case you can visit your gynecologist to seek medical termination.
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Air Pollution: Its Effects on Health And Role of Homeopathy in Air Pollution Related Diseases

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Air Pollution: Its Effects on Health And Role of Homeopathy in Air Pollution Related Diseases

Air is the Most Essential Thing

Air is a mechanical mixture of gases, and the most essential thing for an organism to survive. It normally contains Nitrogen (78%), Oxygen (21%), Carbon dioxide and other gases in proportion. In addition to these gases, air also contains water vapour, traces of ammonia and suspended matter such as dust, bacteria, spores, and vegetable debris, etc.

Apart from supplying the life-giving oxygen, air and atmospheric conditions serve several functions.  The human body is cooled by the air contact; special senses of hearing and smell function through air-transmitted stimuli; disease agents are conveyed by air.

The term “air pollution” denotes the presence of substances (e.g. gases, mixtures of gases and particulate matter) in the ambient surroundings, generated by the activities that interfere with the human health, safety or comfort, and is injurious to organisms, and other environmental media. It also results in chemicals entering the food chain, drinking water and thereby, adding substantial disease burden and affecting the quality of life.  The problem of air pollution was first recognized about 500 years ago when the burning of coal in cities was increasing, and since then it is increasing at an alarming rate all over the globe.

During foggy weather, when little wind is present the smoke generated from pollution is mixed with fog and form “SMOG”

The smog is making it difficult for people to see and breathe. 

 

Types

  1. Personal air exposure: refers to exposure to dust, fumes and gases to which an individual is exposed directly or indirectly, eg. Smoking.
  2. Occupational air exposure: exposure to harmful concentration of aerosols, vapors, and gases in working environment.
  3. Community air exposure:  This is most serious, complex, consists of varieties of assortment of pollution sources, meteorological factors, and wide variety of adverse social, economic, and health effects.

 

Air Pollutants

Till date more than 100 substances have been identified which pollute the air. These vary from place to place depending upon the specific complex of contaminant source. Following are few examples of primary and secondary air pollutants:

  • Carbon monoxide
  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Nitrogen oxides
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Particulate matter
  • Lead
  • Benzen
  • Ozone
  • PAN (peroxy acetyl nitrate)
  • Photochemical smog
  • Aerosols and mists: Sulphuric acid  (H2SO4), Nitric acid (HNO3)

Indoor Air Pollution

  • Indoor air pollution is one of the four most critical global environmental problems.
  • It exposes more people worldwide to important air pollutants than pollution in outdoor air.
  • Rural people in developing countries may receive as much as two-thirds of the global exposure to particulates.
  • Women and children suffer the greatest exposure.

Sources of Indoor Pollution

  • Indoor air pollution contributes to acute respiratory infections in young children, chronic lung disease, and cancer in adults, and may induce adverse pregnancy outcomes.
  • Non-smoking women exposed to indoor coal smoke have a risk of lung cancer similar to that of men who smoke lightly.

Effects on Health

Air pollution has short term and long term effects. The direct effects are reflected in airway system and then spread to multi-systems. It ranges from:

  • Upper and lower respiratory tract infections (acute and chronic)
  • Acute and recurrent bronchitis
  • Acute respiratory distress
  • Asthmatic attacks
  • Aggravation of pre-existing respiratory and heart disease.
  • Lung cancer

The short term and long term exposure is also linked with short life expectancy and reduced quality of life.

Effects of specific pollutants

General Management

The keywords of general management with respect to Air Pollution are:

Prevention

  • More you prevent yourself from harmful allergens, dust, smoke, pollution and smog, more it would be beneficial for your health.
  • Try to avoid early morning exposure to smog, cold air when your city is too much polluted.
  • Avoid travelling in crowded areas, malls and street where number of people and vehicles are intense.
  • Avoid taking walks on main roads, rather prefer parks with greenery.

Eat Healthy

  • Eating healthy foods keep your immunity intact and strong.
  • Food items like Jaggery, food rich in vitamin E and C keeps your immunity intact.
  • Avoid taking spicy and sour foods.

Keep your airways clear and clean

  • Use masks where ever necessary.
  • Avoid smoking and Passive-Smoking.
  • Keep your home free of dust, perfumes, strong smells and garbage.

Medication

  • Timely medication helps your immunity to fight disease better.
  • Don’t ignore symptoms even if they are minor and nonspecific.

Education

  • Keep yourself educated regarding hazards of air pollution and how to tackle them.
  • Keep an eye on neighbourhood for any polluting activities such as open fires, release of chemicals from factories, old polluting vehicles etc.
  • Try not to use own vehicles when you are travelling alone.
  • Opt for Car-Pool in where ever possible.

Ask for your rights

  • At working environments ask for masks, air purifiers, and less exposure to air/chemical pollution
  • Take opinion of medical specialists if you feel unwell while working.
  • Support govt. initiatives to keep your city clean and green

Role of Homeopathy in Diseases arising from Air Pollution

Homeopathy heals holistically!

  • Homeopathic medicines stimulates the body’s inner strength and boost the immune system to work well i.e. to reduce the disease load and to improve the overall health.
  • The constitutional or individualized homeopathy is known to reduce to tendency to catch respiratory illnesses.
  • The prescription is dependent upon symptoms, signs, tendencies, history and causation.
  • The treatment can be curative, palliative or supportive depending upon state and staging of disease.
  • In every stage homeopathy has a definitive role to play.
  • Homeopathic medicines can be taken safely along with other/conventional medications (ADD-ON Therapy).
  • In addition to constitutional/individualized medicines, the following medicines are frequently used on the basis of causation and symptom similarity:
  • Allium cepa: Rhinitis, coryza copious, fluent, watery, acrid discharge; burning in nose, mouth, throat; violent sneezing; eyes red, burning with profuse, watery, bland lacrimation; headache, cough, hoarseness.
  • Ammonium carb: Complaints from fumes, charcoal fumes; emphysematous changes in lungs; frequent sneezing, profuse discharge from nose, burning like hot water; stoppage of nose at night, wake up from sleep; sensation of dust particles in throat; dry tickling cough; chokes; wheezing.
  • Arsenicum album: An important remedy that is used in majority of complaints incidental to air pollutants, e.g. conjunctivitis, rhinitis, asthmatic bronchitis, emphysema, lung cancer, leukaemia and other malignancies, etc; quick respiration; suffocation inducing cough; scanty, frothy expectoration; sneezing without relief; burning in eyes; burning pains all over.
  • Blatta orientalis: Complaints from fumes, coal dust, smoke; relieves bronchospasm, acts as expectorant; dyspnoea, oppression of breathing; cough, with thick and purulent sputum.
  • Bromium: Complaints from coal dust; allergy to dust; complaints of sailors who suffer from asthma when they go ashore, better on sea. Dry spasmodic cough, airway feels filled with smoke; difficulty in inspiring, as if breathing through sponge.
  • Carbo veg: Complaints from carbon gas, carbon monoxide, dust, smoke, fumes from incomplete combustion of fuels. Collapse from imperfect oxidation. Oppressed, quick respiration; air-hunger, longing for fresh air; wants windows open; long spasms of cough with weakness, wheezing, gagging.
  • Cassia sophera: Complaints from exposure to dust, smoke; asthma, dry cough, with pain in chest, irritation in throat, better warmth; expectoration thick, yellowish; worse during winters, change of weather.
  • Dulcamara: Ailments from changing, damp environment, foggy weather, cold damp conditions, air-conditioned rooms; dry, teasing, spasmodic cough; hoarseness; dyspnoea after physical exertion.
  • Euphrasia: Inflammation of the conjunctiva; profuse acrid lacrimation; profuse, fluent bland coryza, sneezing in morning; violent cough in day time, abundant expectoration; worse indoors, warmth; better in open air.
  • Lobelia inflata: Ailments from smoke, dust; emphysematous changes; extreme dyspnoea; cough with sneezing, gasping; scanty expectoration; extreme nausea and vomiting, cannot bear taste or smell of tobacco.
  • Natrum sulph: Ailments incidental to spring & rainy season; dyspnoea; coughs continuously, towards end hacks up thick, ropy, greenish mucus.
  • Pothos foetidus: Ailments from smoke, dust; great dyspnoea and cough, frequent sneezing, pain in throat and chest, anxiety, abdominal distension and tension, better in open air.
  • Phosphorus: An important remedy that may be used in majority of complaints incidental to air pollutants, e.g. conjunctivitis, rhinitis, asthmatic bronchitis, emphysema, lung cancer, leukaemia, and other malignancies, etc. Breathing anxious, panting, short, hurried, very much oppressed; tightness across chest; violent hard, dry, tight, racking cough in spasmodic paroxysms.
  • Plumbum metallicum: An important remedy for lead toxicity. Interference with homoeostasis, rapid reduction in number of red cells, with pallor, icterus, anaemia. Localized neuralgic pains, neuritis, paralysis, wrist drop; stinging and tearing in limbs, with twitching, numbness.
  • Sulphurous acid: Persistent choking cough with copious expectoration; hoarseness, constriction of chest, difficult breathing.
  • Sabadilla: Rhinitis, pharyngitis; violent spasmodic sneezing, abundant watery nasal discharge, itching and tingling in nose, redness and burning in eyes, lacrimation, frontal headache, dryness and irritation in throat.
  • Sambucus: Nasobronchial hypersensitivity; paroxysmal nightly suffocative attacks; nose stopped up at night, breath through mouth; cough deep, restlessness, profuse perspiration.
  • Sanguinaria can: Nasobronchial hypersensitivity, asthmatic bronchitis. Severe dyspnoea, constriction in chest, severe spasmodic cough. Expectoration of thick yellow mucus, dislodged with difficulty. Sneezing, profuse watery mucus from nose; sensitive to flowers, odours.
  • Spongia: Complaints from sudden change of atmosphere, smoke. Severe form of asthmatic bronchitis, with dryness of respiratory tract. Severe dyspnoea, with wheezing, suddenly wakes up at night with intense suffocation; respiration rapid, short.
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What should be a healthy diet for a 24 year old female who works 9 hours a day and has a haemoglobin level of 9? Also losing weight and turning paler every day.

Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences (BNYS), M.sc in yoga and naturopathy, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Ayurveda, Delhi
What should be a healthy diet for a 24 year old female who works 9 hours a day and has a haemoglobin level of 9?
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Your Diet should be a balanced one comprising of carbs, protein,fat, vitamins,minerals. There should be a good amount of water intake also. Apart from this regular exercise of half an hour to one hour should be included and in morning do breathing practices (Pranayam). Besides this try to find out reason of your low HB level it can be due to iron deficiency or can be of some other kind too. So better know the exact cause and later switch on to medication and dietary modifications.
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