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Dr. Aruresh Shukla

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Aruresh Shukla is a renowned Gynaecologist in Bhayandar East, Mumbai. You can visit him at Spandan Multispeciality Hospital in Bhayandar East, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Aruresh Shukla on Lybrate.com.

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I have pimples on my back and shoulder. I didn't have too much itching. After old new one come out. My periods are late by 1 month 20 days. I don't have proper menstruation cycle. What is the solution for these back pimples and late periods?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DNB (occupational health)
Ayurveda,
I have pimples on my back and shoulder. I didn't have too much itching. After old new one come out. My periods are la...
Dear lybrate-user late periods and pimples both are related to hormonal disturbances. Please tell me in details or consult me in person. Thanks.
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Top 12 Benefits of Papaya

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, CAFE, MMM, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification, PGCDE, PhD
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
Top 12 Benefits of Papaya

TOP 12 BENEFITS OF PAPAYA

Papaya is tropical fruit.

Benefits:

  1. Anticarcinogenic property: Papaya is a good source of, phytonutrients, antioxidants, and flavonoids which  prevent cancer
  2. Prevents cholesterol oxidation: Papaya prevents the oxidation of cholesterol as it contains antioxidants.
  3. Prevent lung inflammation:. Papayas have Vitamin A, which prevents lung inflammation.
  4. Helps in arginine production: Dried papaya boosts endocrine system and helps to form arginine in the body.
  5. High fiber content: High dietary fiber in papaya absorbs toxins in the colon that prevent cancer and helps in bowel movement.
  6. Relief of menstrual cramps: Papain in papaya regulates menstrual flow and ease a cramp.
  7. Weight reduction: Papaya has only 120 calories. It will  help you to lose weight,
  8. Prevent muscular degeneration: It contains carotenoid and vitamin A, C, E which prevent age-related muscular degeneration.
  9. Benefits in diabetes Papaya have low glycemic index, vitamins, and phytonutrients which prevent heart disease and diabetes.
  10. Anti-aging property: Papaya is the good source of vitamin E, vitamin c, beta carotene which prevents aging.
  11. Anti-stress agents: Vitamin c of papaya, which lowers the stress level,
  12. Immunity booster: Papaya is packed with antioxidants which help to boost immunity.
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Vaginal Bleeding During Pregnancy - 4 Warning Signs

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Vaginal Bleeding During Pregnancy - 4 Warning Signs

During the first 20 weeks of pregnancy, 20 to 30% of women have vaginal bleeding. In about half of these women, the pregnancy ends in a miscarriage. If miscarriage does not occur immediately, problems later in the pregnancy are more likely. For example, the baby's birth weight may be low, or the baby may be born early (preterm birth), be born dead (stillbirth), or die during or shortly after birth. If bleeding is profuse, blood pressure may become dangerously low, resulting in shock.

The amount of bleeding can range from spots of blood to a massive amount. Passing large amounts of blood is always a concern, but spotting or mild bleeding may also indicate a serious disorder.

The most common cause is miscarriage. There are different degrees of miscarriage (also called spontaneous abortion). A miscarriage may be possible or certain to occur (inevitable abortion). All of the contents of the uterus may be expelled or not (incomplete abortion). The contents of the uterus may be infected before, during, or after the miscarriage (septic abortion). The fetus may die in the uterus and remain there (missed abortion). Any type of miscarriage can cause vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy.

The most dangerous cause of vaginal bleeding is rupture of an abnormally located (ectopic) pregnancy - one that is not in its usual place in the uterus. For example, one that is in a fallopian tube.

Another possibly dangerous but less common cause is rupture of a corpus luteum cyst. After an egg is released, the structure that released it (the corpus luteum) may fill with fluid or blood instead of breaking down and disappearing as it usually does. If an ectopic pregnancy or a corpus luteum cyst ruptures, bleeding may be profuse, leading to shock.

Warning signs:

In pregnant women with vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy, the following symptoms are cause for concern:

  1. Fainting, light-headedness, or a racing heart—symptoms that suggest very low blood pressure
  2. Loss of large amounts of blood or blood that contains tissue or large clots
  3. Severe abdominal pain that worsens when the woman moves or changes positions
  4. Fever, chills, and a vaginal discharge that contains pus mixed with the blood

When to see a doctor: Women with warning signs should see a doctor immediately. Women without warning signs should see a doctor within 48 to 72 hours. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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Recurrent Miscarriage - How to Deal With It?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
Recurrent Miscarriage - How to Deal With It?

What is recurrent miscarriage?

If you have three or more miscarriages in a row, doctors call it recurrent miscarriage. If you have experienced recurrent miscarriage, your GP or midwife will refer you to a gynaecologist. Your gynaecologist will try to identify the reason for your losses.

Having miscarriage after miscarriage may leave you feeling utterly drained of hope. At times, it may be hard to keep trusting in the future. This experience affects every aspect of a woman’s life from her mental and emotional health to her physical health and social well-being. 

If you can, try to draw comfort from the fact that most women who experience recurrent losses do go on to have a baby. This is especially the case if tests can find no reason for the losses. Six out of 10 women who have had three miscarriages will go on to have a baby in their next pregnancy.

Treatment of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Treatment for anatomic abnormalities of the uterus involves surgical restoration through removal of local lesions such as fibroids, scar tissue and endometrial polyps or timely insertion of a cervical cerclage (a stitch placed around the neck of the weakened cervix) or the excision of a uterine septum when indicated.

A thin endometrial lining has been shown to correlate with compromised pregnancy outcome. Often times this will be associated with reduced resistance to blood flow to the endometrium. Such decreased blood flow to the uterus can be improved through treatment with sildenafil (Viagra), Terbutaline and possibly aspirin.

Sildenafil (Viagra) Therapy Viagra has been used successfully to increase uterine blood flow. However, to be effective it must be administered starting as soon as the period stops up until the day of ovulation and it must be administered vaginally (not orally). Viagra in the form of vaginal suppositories given in the dosage of 25 mg four times a day has been shown to increase uterine blood flow as well as thickness of the uterine lining. To date, we have seen significant improvement of the thickness of the uterine lining in about 70% of women treated. Successful pregnancy resulted in 42% of women who responded to the Viagra. It should be remembered that most of these women had previously experienced repeated IVF failures

Terbutaline this is a medication that relaxes the muscle in the uterine wall and so permits improved hormone delivery to the endometrium. The use of Terbutaline will often cause an increase in heart rate. It should not be prescribed to women who have irregular heart beats (arrhythmias), and women who have decreased cardiac reserve.

Aspirin this is an antiprostaglandin that improves blood flow to the endometrium. It is administered at a dosage of 81mg orally, daily from the beginning of the cycle until ovulation.

Selective Immunotherapy Using Intralipid, heparin, aspirin and corticosteroid

Many causes of pregnancy loss or failure can be treated with immunotherapy comprising combinations of aspirin and heparin and corticosteroids (dexamethasone or prednisone) and Intralipid (IL) to regulate increased level of Natural Killer Cell Activation (NKa). Achievement of optimal success with Intralipid/corticosteroid therapy requires that the treatment be initiated well before ovulation takes place (about 7-14 days prior to anticipated implantation). Given the fact that only 10-15% of natural cycles (with or without the use of insemination and/or fertility drugs) will result in a pregnancy, it follows that repeated administration of Intralipid will be required in most cases before a pregnancy will occur. IVF achieves pregnancy rates that are often 2-3 times higher. This often makes IVF a treatment of choice in cases of immunologic recurrent pregnancy loss.

Role of IVF

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) a procedure whereby the embryo can be tested for genetic or structural chromosomal abnormalities requires the use of IVF to select the best embryo(s) for transfer to the uterus. In cases of structural chromosomal (translocations) egg or sperm donation is often another option worth considering.

In those cases where due to intractable anatomical or alloimmune dysfunction IVF repeatedly is unsuccessful or is not an option, Gestational Surrogacy might represent the only recourse other than adoption.
If a couple with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss is open to all of the diagnostic and treatment options referred to above, a live birth rate of 70% – 80% is ultimately achievable.

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If my wife is pregnant from 3 week and I do not want child at this time what to do? Any medicine which help.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ludhiana
Hi, 3 weeks pregnancy can be terminated by abortion pill but it is must to rule out ectopic pregnancy before taking medicine this can be done by ultrasound lower abdomen.
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I am married before 10 months. I try to make my wife pregnant but every time it fails. What should I do. I try this since last 6 months.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), L.C.P.S, PhD,D.P.S.M
Sexologist, Ahmednagar
I am married before 10 months. I try to make my wife pregnant but every time it fails. What should I do. I try this s...
Do your semen analysis. During the sex you should be up. Try to keep the semen inside the vagina. Keeping the pillow behind the buttock.
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My body is getting heat daily & I am not unable to get pregnant please give some suggestions for to get pregnant.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
My body is getting heat daily & I am not unable to get pregnant please give some suggestions for to get pregnant.
Hello, Please follow your fertile period for having sex which shall increase your chances of pregnancy multifold.
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Haemoglobin is 7.9 and calcium is 7.2 also one month pregnant I am now on taking milk and pomegranate is this sufficient or should I consult for doctor and take medicines too also I feel tired and lazy now a days.

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
Haemoglobin is 7.9 and calcium is 7.2 also one month pregnant I am now on taking milk and pomegranate is this suffici...
Hi, Iron rich foods are - Spinach - Kabuli Chana - Peas - Kishmish - Beans Vitamin C foods required to absorb Iron - Oranges, Melons, Tomatoes, Lemons Calcium rich foods - Milk, Cheese, Curd, Paneer, Eggs, Brocoli, Almonds Vitamin D - Sunlight(20 mins), Eggs, Cod Liver Capsules .. These are best sources. However currently your HB and Cal levels are quite low hence you should go to a Doctor for proper advice. These foods you can continue to take which will help you to increase your Iron and Calcium levels.
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