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Dr. Sujit Kumar Ghosh

Gynaecologist, Kolkata

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Sujit Kumar Ghosh is a renowned Gynaecologist in Garcha, Kolkata. He is currently practising at Dr SUJIT GHOSH in Garcha, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sujit Kumar Ghosh and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Is menstruation cup is more safer than sanitary pads and how many times or how many months or years 1 cup can be used?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Is menstruation cup is more safer than sanitary pads and how many times or how many months or years 1 cup can be used?
Hello- While tampons and pads are the most mainstream feminine hygiene products, its good to use menstrual cup. Rather than absorbing menstrual fluid, menstrual cups are inserted into the vagina to collect the blood until full (which usually happens after eight or nine hours). Menstrual cups are easy to insert, wash and reinsert. They're comfortable, nontoxic, reusable, making them good for you and for mother earth! I recommend them to my clients, all of whom report back with positive feedback.
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Natural Birth

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gynae-Laproscopy
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Natural Birth


A variety of methods are used during natural childbirth to help the mother. Pain management techniques other than analgesics and epidural analgesia include hydrotherapy, massage, relaxation therapy, hypnosis, breathing exercises, music therapy etc. These days ldr (labour, delivery and recovery) rooms are available in many hospitals for a better experience of the delivery as the husband or any other close relative can be present in these rooms along with the labouring mother throughout labour. The comfort of these rooms along with safe analgesic methods help in increasing the incidence of natural childbirth.

Some myths are attached with labour and the methods used in aiding the mother during labour-
1. Epidural analgesia leads to caesarian sections in most cases.
This belief is still held by some, but recent studies have shown that epidurals do not cause an increase in caesarian sections. In fact this aids in making the labour smoother and by reducing the extreme pain it helps the mother both mentally and physically.
2. Induction of labour always leads to a faster labour.
Some mothers wish for a normal delivery but do not want to wait for natural pains. They want to deliver on the day of their liking. This can be done by induction of labour. But induction of labour does not always work. It works best when the cervix has already begun to soften and dilate. You may go in for your 39 or 40 week appointment hoping for a labour induction only to be told that your cervix is not favourable to be induced
It is also possible to have a failed induction. This means that inspite of giving full dosage of labour inducing drugs you do not get pains at all.
3. Childbirth is best without any medication.
Natural childbirth, with the aid of relaxation exercises and deep breathing in between contractions, offers one option for pain management. But there are situations when labour is much prolonged due to a slight abnormal presentation of the baby’s head, or the uterine contractions are not effective or the mother has got exhausted, here medication will definitely help in aiding the mother to go through the labour and have a normal delivery. Therefore an unmedicated birth is ideal, but a happy, healthy birth is also possible with the use of medicines.

4. Once a caesarian birth always a caesarian birth.
This may or may not be true depending on the reason of your caesarian section. Vaginal births after caesarian are becoming increasingly more common. You will need to discuss with your doctor whether a normal delivery will be possible for you.
8. Next labour will be easier.
This may or may not be true for you. Generally speaking, consequent labours are shorter in duration, but that is not always true. Shorter does not always mean easier. This time your baby could be bigger than your first or the baby’s head could be in a slightly abnormal position leading to a longer labour which could be even longer and more difficult than the previous one. Also if there is a long gap of many many years in between the pregnancies then it may be like the first labour.
All said, always think positive, labour is a wonderful experience. The pain just vanishes on seeing your baby’s face. Take antenatal classes where you are told about various exercises which will help you go through a smooth labour. Discuss with your doctor about various pain relieving methods during labour. God has made all women brave enough to go through a normal and natural childbirth.
 

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What is the better precaution to take for not getting pregnant except using condom?

BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
What is the better precaution to take for not getting pregnant except using condom?
Actually Condom is the better option. Can also use oral contraceptives but I don't suggest it more often. Copper T is also good option but after you have 1 child. Can contact me personally for further help.
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I am 21 year old I had did sex with 3 people without condom is any chances for getting affected with Hiv. How Hiv will be affected can you tell clearly.

MBBS
General Physician, Hyderabad
I am 21 year old I had did sex with 3 people without condom is any chances for getting affected with Hiv. How Hiv wil...
Hii. If they have hiv there r chances of getting it. Anal sex have more chances of getting hiv when compared to vaginal or oral. As your not sure if have hiv or not better get hiv test done. N play safe with condom next tym other than sex, routes of getting hiv is improperly screened blood transfusions, reusing or sharing needles for drugs etc.
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My last period started on 2 may 2017 (first day of cycle) had intercourse on 20 may 2017 at 4 pm .Took ipill at 7 pm .After having pill after 30 hours I vomited water and it continued for 5 days every morning. Also my bf confirmed there is no ejaculation inside .Are there chances of pregnancy.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
My last period started on 2 may 2017 (first day of cycle) had intercourse on 20 may 2017 at 4 pm .Took ipill at 7 pm ...
Chance of pregnancy is very less since you had taken I pill. Moreover there was no ejaculation. so don't worry. Your vomiting could be due to the after effect of pill. consult doctor for further advice
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Hair In Ears - How It Is A Sign Of Warning?

MD - Dermatology, MBBS
Dermatologist, Visakhapatnam
Hair In Ears - How It Is A Sign Of Warning?

We all would have noticed that with age, hair growth along the earlobe crease is not something abnormal. We all have seen people who develop these as a part of ageing. There was nothing unusual about it at all. However, what is unusual is that science has found a very interesting correlation between heart attacks and hair on the ears.

Yes, it does sound very unusual, but there have been studies conducted which say that hair growth on the ears could be one of the first warning signs of the onset of coronary artery disease.

What is coronary artery disease?

The heart is a pump that sends out and receives blood from the rest of the body through a channel of highly interconnected blood vessels. The ones which carry pure blood to the rest of the body are known as arteries and the ones which collect impure blood and bring it to the heart are known as veins. Due to changing food patterns and sedentary lifestyle, there is a lot more fat in the body, which also travels through the blood. Due to their heavier nature, they settle along the walls of the blood vessels, thereby narrowing the blood vessel thickness and reducing the blood flow to the various organs. This is the onset of coronary artery disease.

Early Indicators of coronary artery disease:

  • Hair loss (often premature, either in the temple region or the crown)
  • Fatty deposits on the eyelids
  • Earlobe crease i.e people with diagonal earlobes are more likely to develop heart disease
  • Hair in the ears

The last two are interrelated, as hair growth in the ears is more common in people with diagonal ear lobes.

The next correlation is between testosterone and hair growth in the ears.

People with more testosterone in their bodies are more likely to develop body hair, including in the ears. Scientifically, it has been established that people with greater amounts of testosterone are more likely to develop heart disease. Interestingly, the correlation is stronger in younger age groups.

Another interesting fact is that though coronary artery disease is linked to the presence of ear hair in both men and women. However, sudden cardiac death was more common in men than in women. Both these had hair growth, though.

There is another group which dismisses this theory saying that with age, both hair growth and coronary artery disease are likely to develop, and there is no significant correlation between the two. However, if taken as an early warning sign, ear hair growth can definitely guide in taking preventive measures, which can help control the problem in its early stage, which is definitely welcome to improve the overall quality of life! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dermatologist.

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Hello Dr. it's my last month of pregnancy and my due date is 3september, Dr. says fetus is up now. I don't want cesarean please tell me to get normal delivery it's my 1st pregnancy n m very scared. Can I do cycling exercises at home.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Varanasi
Hello Dr. it's my last month of pregnancy and my due date is 3september, Dr. says fetus is up now. I don't want cesar...
No you can't do cycling instead there are few yoga asanas safe during pregnancy which can help you in normal delivery.
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