Doctor in Purnima Hospital-Borivali
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
Pap Smear Procedure
Urinary Incontinence (Ui) Treatment
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I am not always on top of things, and truthfully, way too often my kids end up eating a big old bowl of sugared cereal. But, when I do have it together, they get one of these great breakfast options:
- Waffles: I use this awesome waffle recipe, it has some added protein, it tastes AMAZING, and it is super easy to make. Or, I make a batch of these insanely good toaster waffles. And if I am only making these boxes for myself and the hubs I make these insane vailla protein waffles. They are bomb.
- Pancakes: Ok, truth be told, these are from a mix. But if I was going to make from scratch, they would be these whole wheat panckahes
- Breakfast sandwiches: These are soooo simple to make, and a real winner with the kids. They are some fried eggs, some Canadian Bacon or ham, and cheese, all in an English muffin.
- French Toast Sticks: These are just French Toast cut into pieces. You want to cut the bread before battering and cooking. That way, each side of the bread gets that nice battered, crisp edge. Delicious!
When you consider the average lifestyle of most women today, it is not hard to understand why insulin, estrogen and eicosanoids have become imbalanced, setting the stage for increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, PMS, arthritis and breast cancer. Here are my suggestions for keeping your blood sugar, eicosanoids and hormones in balance.
Eat at least three meals per day.
Many women skip breakfast or lunch, or even both, "saving" their calories for dinner. The problem with this approach is that the metabolic rate naturally peaks at noon and slows after that. So the food you eat at night is far more likely to be stored as fat. When you eat breakfast, your metabolism gets jump-started for the day. If you skip it, your metabolism will slow down into conservation mode and this can lead to weight gain.
Cut down on refined and high-glycemic index carbohydrates.
Not all carbohydrates are created equal. Whether certain foods with a high-glycemic index, such as baked potatoes or bananas, can be part of a healthy diet for you depends upon your unique metabolism. If you are a true carbohydrate addict, you need to find what foods are healthy for you. I find that eliminating refined carbohydrates, such as sugar, white rice, bread, alcohol, and foods made with white flour, such as muffins, bagels, pasta, pretzels and other snack foods, helps the body burn stored fat and keeps insulin and blood sugar levels normal.
Consume whole grains in moderation.
Even if you have eliminated refined grains, if you are a carbohydrate-sensitive person you may still have problems with whole wheat, whole rye, whole oat, or millet flour. Research shows that the degenerative diseases that currently plague Americans didn’t arrive on the scene until agriculture became widespread. In fact, the ancient Egyptians were fat and had dental disease associated with a grain-based diet.
Eat a wide variety of fresh vegetables and fruit daily.
You want to shoot for five servings per day. And remember, a serving is small, approximately four ounces, or a half-cup. Think color and you'll be on the right path, because the deep pigments in these foods contain powerful antioxidants. Go for broccoli, green leafy vegetables, berries, red, yellow and green peppers, and tomatoes, and vary your choices through the seasons.
Eat protein at each meal.
Eggs, fish, whey, dairy, or non-animal sources of protein, such as whole soybeans, tempeh or spirulina are all good choices. Beans contain protein, but also contain a considerable amount of carbohydrates. If you are a true carbohydrate addict and you are perimenopausal, beans may be too high in carbohydrates for you.
Take rich protien diet
Drink more water 3 ti 4 liter a day
Avoid frequent hair wash
Avoid sedentory life
Avoid mental stress, anxiety, tension etc
Use only herbal oil n shampoo
Avoid chemical based cosmetic.
Intrauterine insemination (iui) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperms inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization. The goal of iui is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization.
Iui provides the sperm an advantage by giving it a head start, but still requires a sperm to reach and fertilize the egg on its own. It is a less invasive and less expensive option compared to ivf
Iui may be selected as a fertility treatment for any of the following conditions as well:
1) unexplained infertility
2) some ovulatory abnormalities – irregular menstrual cycles, pcos
3) absence of or minimal endometriosis (mild or stage i-ii endometriosis)
4) a hostile cervical condition, including cervical mucus problem
5) ejaculation dysfunction etc
6) complete absence of sperm in the male (azoospermia) requiring donor sperm iui
Artificial insemination/iui is not recommended as an effective treatment for couples with:
1) tubal blockage or severe tubal damage
2) diminished ovarian reserve (high fsh) or ovarian failure (menopause)
3) severe male factor infertility
4) advanced stages of endometriosis
5) advanced female age (>40 years old) – more aggressive treatment with ivf or donor egg ivf is recommended for these patients
Steps in iui
* induction of ovulation using oral medicines or injections when needed
* serial monitoring by follicle scans and blood tests
*trigger for ovulation
* iui procedure- which includes semen processing in lab followed by insertion of the processed semen in the uterus
* luteal phase support when required
Success of iui depends on many factors including couple age, indication of iui, amh and quality of egg, semen parameters, semen wash technique, iui technique, lab conditions etc. Roughly the success rate varies from 15-25 % in a good set up
I got married on april-2018 am trying to get pregnancy but I have pcos but my period was not irregular my last period is July 31 today I got period is it common problem or not please tell me solution am trying to get pregnancy.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder of the endocrine system in women. It has been found that women suffering from PCOS have enlarged ovaries. These bigger ovaries contain fluids called follicles. During an ultrasound examination, these follicles are seen. If you are suffering from irregular or prolonged menstrual periods, acne, obesity and uncontrolled hair growth, you can get yourself tested for PCOS. However, doctors have failed to determine the exact cause of PCOS. This condition can have dangerous consequences and affect the overall health of the patient. If left untreated, it can cause type 2 diabetes or heart diseases.
What happens in PCOS?
Women suffering from this disorder experience a hormonal imbalance in their body. The hormone changes triggers multiple issues in the body. Sometimes, the body produces an excess of sex hormone. Women may develop masculine features due to overproduction of male hormones or androgens. There might be an imbalance in insulin levels, increasing the risk of developing diabetes.
What causes PCOS?
Surprisingly, the exact cause of PCOS is not known. Researchers have not been able to pinpoint the exact cause for developing PCOS. However, some believe that the cause has hereditary links. People with a family history of diabetes are more prone to have PCOD.
Symptoms of PCOS
The symptoms of PCOS are usually mild in nature during the initial stage. In the beginning, only a few symptoms are detectable. These include acne, obesity and extra hair growth on the face, thinning of hair on the scalp and irregular periods. The symptoms often get unnoticed by the patient first.
Here is a list of things about sex that may have not been taught in your intimacy educational classes:
- Losing your virginity is not only restricted to penetration of the vagina with a penis: It can be anal sex, oral sex or sex with sex toys. And they will all count as sex.
- Not everyone bleeds the first time: The bleeding is because of the tearing of a tissue present in the vagina called the hymen. The amount one bleeds depends on the presence of that tissue. While some may bleed a lot, others may not bleed at all. In rare cases, a woman can be born without a hymen.
- Hymen check is not definitive of virginity: Hymen is a delicate tissue which can break while doing activities such as ballet dancing, horse riding or cycling. Even a sudden fall can tear the hymen. Some women may not be born with a hymen. So this does not prove virginity.
- It does not hurt always: Contrary to popular belief, sex does not have to hurt. You may experience a little bit of pain or pressure associated with a burning sensation. If it hurts too much, you must stop and emphasise more on foreplay in order to get lubricated.
- Foreplay is a must: Imagine going down a waterslide without water. That is how sex feels without foreplay. Foreplay can really warm things up for you and your partner. It increases arousal and makes it easier for both of you to climax.
- Sex is not about orgasms: It is true that most women do not orgasm the very first time they have sex. So your focus should be more on the process than the end result. Concentrate on finding out what you enjoy the most in bed or what gives pleasure to your partner.
- Erectile dysfunctions are not only for the older people: They can happen to anyone. Erections can be difficult to cope with; they come with their own moods and ideas. So there is nothing to worry about if you are not able to get it around the first time.