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Dr. Amarish Warty

MBBS, MD

Gynaecologist, Bandra west Mumbai

30 Years Experience
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Dr. Amarish Warty MBBS, MD Gynaecologist, Bandra west Mumbai
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Dr. Amarish Warty is an experienced Gynaecologist in Bandra West, Mumbai. He has had many happy patients in his 30 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. He is a qualified MBBS, MD . He is currently associated with Mandar Nursing Home in Bandra West, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Amarish Warty and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College - 1988
MD - Kasturba Medical College - 1993
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Hindi

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My mother right armpit pain and right breast pain before 2 year but this pain is not regular sometime what is problem my mother age ,59.

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My mother right armpit pain and right breast pain before 2 year but this pain is not regular sometime what is problem...
Hello, Lybrate user it requires locale examination for assessing lump in breast, or a cyst in armpit causing referred pain in d breast. Had it been there, any traumatic injury in breast muscle? Till,your mother's report reach me (not openly )give her the under noted homoeopathic medicine:@ Bryonia album 30-6 pills, thrice. She should Tk, plenty of water, hydrating her breast muscle to make it more flexible. Her diet be easily digestible to avoid gastric disorder which might cause breast pain. Avoid, junk food, tk care.
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I have levels with my girlfriend continuously for 3 days. She Didn't get period date with last month date respectively .so they is any problem?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I have levels with my girlfriend continuously for 3 days. She Didn't get period date with last month date respectivel...
If you are worried about she becoming pregnant then just buy a urine pregnancy test strip from the medical store and let her ckeck it. It is very simple and fast. In case you have any other queries feel free to consult anytime.
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I have a pain in right side of breast & something like a lump or a in hindi we can call a ganth.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
lybrate-user, get your Ultrasound done, or mammography done for your breast in order to see for any fibroadenoma and also if it is there then a biopsy to rule out for any malignancy. If it is a benign growth then you will have to get this lump removed.
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I am 25 yrs old, married from 2.5 years want to conceive but I have thyroid, m losing weight but doctor gave me medicine to gain weight and dis leads to my hormonal imbalance and ultrasound reports shows PCOD. Please suggest me what should I do?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 25 yrs old, married from 2.5 years want to conceive but I have thyroid, m losing weight but doctor gave me medic...
Take treatment for pcod first and yamini is a hormonal pill to regulate your cycle for pcod and I will suggest you to take tablet folvite once a day for a year.
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How To Cope With Shoulder Pain?

MD, FIPP
Pain Management Specialist, Kolkata
How To Cope With Shoulder Pain?

The shoulders are the strongest and the most often used areas of the body as they are connected to the neck, chest, hands and elbows. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise that shoulder pain and wear and tear of this area, including the rotor cuff and bursa, is also quite common. The shoulders may face plenty of wear and tear when it comes to the ligaments, tissue and other such elements. The shoulder joint may also get injured with repetitive actions that are involved in the life of a sportsperson, a carpenter, a painter and other such professionals.

There are a number of ways in which one can deal with shoulder pain. Here are the best measures that you can take in order to deal with the same.

  1. Increase the range of motion: One should increase the range and variety of motions so that the stiffness and soreness that primarily comes from repetitive actions, may be avoided. If you are only lifting materials, then you may also want to swing the arm at regular intervals to increase the blood flow and exercise the various nerves. Also, this will help in giving rest to the affected region of the shoulder. Rehabilitation therapy can help in introducing one to a range of motions that will give rest to the affected area and bring in new positions.
  2. Perform strengthening exercises: One of the best ways to keep pain and stiffness at bay is to create plenty of core strength in the muscles and joints of the area. You can try out various exercises as per the physiotherapist and the physical therapy exercises so that you can build strength. This will also help in keeping the pressure off of the affected area. You can add some weights to the exercise routine so that there is extra strength built up in the process.
  3. Do aerobic exercises: Aerobic exercises are known to increase the blood circulation to the area. The tendon and the bursa in particular benefit substantially from this kind of exercise. This will also bring the soreness down so that the pain and stiffness do not affect you.
  4. Try heat and ice therapy: You can use ice packs to soothe the inflammation in the affected area. This is usually recommended for acute pain and new injuries. Similarly, you can use heat packs and hot showers to soothe chronic pain as and when the same returns. However, you should be careful so that the scalding temperature does not leave burns and marks.
  5. Medication: You can also have painkillers as well as gels and ointments that can be used for topical relief. These must be taken with a doctor’s prescription.
     
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I am 29 year old female suffering from thyroid. Periods are also irregular what should I do?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath,
U can take thyr. 6x 5hrly atleast 15 days. Along with take bio irregular menses. If u satisfied than we will discuss detail case n reports thanks.
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Physiotherapy - Why it is Critical for Recovery from Fracture?

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Physiotherapy - Why it is Critical for Recovery from Fracture?

A bone fracture is often abbreviated as FX or # and is a painful medical condition that causes damage in the continuity of the bone. A dictionary meaning of fracture is a separation of an object or a material into two or more pieces under the action of stress.

A bone fracture could be due to a high force impact or stress, an injury from trauma or sports or even certain medical conditions that weaken the bones, such as osteoporosis, bone cancer or osteogenesis imperfecta.

However, a significant number of fractures occur due to high force impact or stress. A fracture could be simple where the skin is not exposed or compound where skin gets exposed. A fracture could be complete where the bone breaks up in two pieces or could be incomplete with a crack in the bone.

Treatment of bone fracture depends on the type of fracture. In a large number of cases, the bone is aligned through a cast or splint. However, a very crucial part in the recovery of the treatment is physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is a comprehensive care plan designed for the patient for optimal and complete recovery. Yet most patients do not understand its effectiveness. In layman's terms physiotherapy is understood as few exercises or messages designed to aid the patient's treatment. However, Physiotherapy not only aids the recovery, it effectively promotes healing, reduces pain and stiffness and gradually helps the patient to return back to his/her normal daily activities of life.

Physiotherapy is a complete preventive and rehabilitative approach to treatment and must begin as early as possible and continue post fracture. Physiotherapy has been proven to be effective in preventing post fracture stiffness and weakness that occurs in adjacent joints and muscles generally during the first six weeks of the healing process. If the X-ray shows poor healing, physiotherapy is a medium used to help the patient regain muscle strength and speed up recovery.

Irregular movements can lead the bones to further damage the surrounding tissues and muscles. Damage may also lead to infection, especially in compound fractures where the skin is exposed. Thus, physiotherapy regulates the movements, supports healing and prevents further damage. Physiotherapy not only involves messages or exercises. It includes a range of interventions designed for prevention and rehabilitation of patients. These interventions include pain management, education and awareness on safety and prevention of injury, strength building and flexibility exercises and in some cases taping, bracing and electrotherapy.

To add to its benefits, physiotherapy procedures are also completely safe and are supported by medical science. These procedures also do not have any side effects. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.

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She is pregnant and has a habit of late nite sleeping from the very beginning. Actually she likes to enjoy it she likes to sleep in the morning. So I suggested her not to do that she can't changed her habit yet. Is it really a bad thing for for her and her unborn baby? She also likes to eat chat, alphonso mangoes. Give right guidance whether she can continue wit it or drop these habits.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
She is pregnant and has a habit of late nite sleeping from the very beginning. Actually she likes to enjoy it she lik...
Nail has many harmful bacteria underneath which can harm her and her fetus. It can damage her teeth also and if the edges of nails r ragged then they tend to bite it more. So before sleep she can file the nails with nail file to make them smooth. Fruits and any kind of food is not banned in pregnancy. She can eat whatever she want.
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