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Dr. Amita Subhash Surve

MD - DGO

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

32 Years Experience
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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care....more
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Dr. Amita Subhash Surve is a renowned Gynaecologist in Matunga East, Mumbai. She has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 32 years. She studied and completed MD - DGO . You can visit her at Amita Nursing Home in Matunga East, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Amita Subhash Surve on Lybrate.com.

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MD - DGO - School of Physiotherapy, Orthopedic Center, KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai - 1986
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English
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Health benefits of Honey

Honeys that are darker in color are considered to have more antioxidants.

Honey is quite different from white sugar, it contains about 30% glucose and 40% fructose – two monosaccharide or simple sugars – with 20% other complex sugars. Honey also includes dextrin, a starchy fiber. This combination helps the body regulate blood sugar levels.
However, unlike white sugar where fructose and glucose are combined as sucrose and require an additional step in the digestive process, in honey, these two sugars are separate. Thus, the glucose acts as an instant energy source.

It contains many vitamins and minerals in small amounts. A list of these include: niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.

Honey helps reduce constipation, bloating and gas.

The antioxidants in honey are a cholesterol fighter and have the potential to protect against heart disease.

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Skin care in winter

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Skin care in winter
During winter, use glycerine soap insteed of facewash for face is better for sensitive skin.
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Sir my wife was very low sex drive and very few things about sex and very low sex feeling, please help us.

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Sir my wife was very low sex drive and very few things about sex and very low sex feeling, please help us.
Frigidity is a female sexual dysfunction in which the female turns sexually cold or loses interest in sex. A frigid woman cannot be aroused sexually within a short span and her vagina remains dry even if she is at all aroused. For further assistance and complete diet plan you can concern me privately.

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I have a little spotting again today. Can you pls tell me how to increase bleeding during period?

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I have a little spotting again today. Can you pls tell me how to increase bleeding during period?
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2 month have passed but if my period has not start. So what should I do. Please help me.

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2 month have passed but if my period has not start. So what should I do. Please help me.
Hello, Please get a urine pregnancy test done to rule out pregnancy first and then if negative, you may opt for a progesterone withdrawal to resume your menses.
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We have married since last 2 year. I was taking Yasmin contraceptive to stop pregnancy. Now from last 2 moths I was stop taking because we are planning for baby now. We had intercourse also in last two moths but seems no result yet. My periods are now 45 days longer after stopping Yasmin bf4 it was 28-30 days. Last period date was 10th may and stop on 17th may. So can you please suggest on which day should we intercourse to get quick conceived.

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We have married since last 2 year. I was taking Yasmin contraceptive to stop pregnancy. Now from last 2 moths I was s...
From your 10th day of periods to 22nd of periods is time of ovulation ova is mature that time. You will have more chance of pregnancy. You can wait atleast 5-6 month for carrying pregnancy, if after that you have problem for conceiving then visit to doctor.
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My son is 11 months old baby, now only my period is come, I would like to plan a next baby. Is this OK for that my health.

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My son is 11 months old baby, now only my period is come, I would like to plan a next baby. Is this OK for that my he...
It is too early to plan for another baby. At least wait for another year before you start planning a baby.
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Coping With the Heat in Pregnancy

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Dr. Smita Vats talking about managing pregnancy


Hello I am Dr. Smita Vats and I am a practicing gynecologist at Gurgaon. So my areas of specific interest are gynae- laparoscopic surgeries, treatment of gynae disorders like uterine fibroids, Ovariances, Endometriosis, infertility and high risk pregnancy. So today I will be giving a few suggestions to how to keep cool in summers while you are pregnant. So summers in India can be very hot and bother some time for most people and this version during pregnancy because during pregnancy the basal body temperature is already high and the increased heat and humidity outside can even make you more uncomfortable. Hence it becomes important to take a few steps to maintain your hydration and to keep your well-being during summers.

The first and the foremost thing which is the most important is that you can do to deal with hot weather is to maintain a good amount of liquid intake that is take at least 8-10 glasses of water every day. If it is difficult for you to consume plain water you can maybe add a little bit of mint or lime or slice of orange or whatever you like, whatever kind of flavor that you like to it. And take at least one glass of water for every hour that you are outside in the sun. So whenever you are going out carry a water bottle with you and make sure that you consume at least a glass of water every one hour or so and also minimize your intake of tea, coffee, and other caffeinated drinks because they make your body lose a lot of water as well as salt and electrolytes which can make you dehydrated and make you feel really sick.

Apart from drinking the right things, it is also important to eat right in pregnancy and you should be taking frequent small meals. Avoid very heavy, spicy, and oily food and instead of taking three large meals make sure that you eat a little amount everyone in the half to two hours so that you are not over-eating also and you are comfortable also. Apart from that to deal with heat of the summers make sure that you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. Juicy fruits watermelon, melon, coconut etcetera, cucumber and all these things which contain a lot of water are a good suggestion for intake during the summer months and just avoid a lot of oily and spicy foods.

Then, when you are going out in the sun make sure that you don’t go out during the very hot part of the day that is between 12 to 4 pm. So plan your outside activities either in the early mornings or in the late evenings. If at all you need to go out in the sun between 12 to 4 pm make sure you keep drinking a lot of water in between and whenever you fell exhausted or you feel dehydrated or you are feeling nauseous or giddy or have any kind of discomfort make sure that you get back into the home, lie down for a while and consume a glass of water or any other liquid and maybe keep a wet cloth on your forehead or something just to make you feel better. If all these things don’t make you feel better than it is the time to contact your doctor and take a proper treatment for that.

For any other regarding pregnancy care, you can contact me at my clinic or at this main online query at the lybrate.com.


 

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