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Dr. Jyothi Kodh

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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oral and periodontal care during pregnancy

BDS
Dentist, Jalgaon
oral and periodontal care during pregnancy
When women plan for pregnancy they tend to overlook the importance of oral health and generally avoid to visit dentist. But good oral hygiene is eqaully vital too. When you plan for pregnancy a visit to dentist is must. This will help you to rule out any cavities gum problems and get it treated in time. During first and third trimester of pregnancy majority of dental treatments are contraindicated. Such as extraction use of local anesthesia long sitting dental procedure and xrays. Scaling should be done as prophylactic treatment this can help you avoid gum swelling during pregnancy. Which usually occurs during first trimester due to hormonal changes. Many of expecting mothers can notice black spots on teeth during pregnancy these are common and are due to iron tablets. These can be removed by scaling after delivery.
So visit your dentist before you plan for pregnancy
Practise good oral hygeine during pregnancy
Do not take any medicine without consulting your doctor
Take a balance and nutritional diet
And visit dentist every six months
Wisih you a happy motherhood.
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Foods rich in iron include

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
Foods rich in iron include

Foods rich in iron include

1. Red meat

2. Liver (chicken)

3. Seafood

4. Beans

5. Dark green leafy vegetables, such as spinach

7. Dried fruit, such as raisins and apricots

8. Iron-fortified cereals, bread and pastas

9. Peas and pulses

10. Squash and pumpkin seeds

Hi doctor my age is 19 and I am unmarried and my periods aren't coming within 3 months I consulted doctor but not improve can you please help me about this matter and because of this problem a Beard coming on my face please help me.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Kolkata
Hi doctor my age is 19 and I am unmarried and my periods aren't coming within 3 months I consulted doctor but not imp...
Do usg and thyroid test it may be irregular due to pcos, thyroid,stress etc. And take ashokarista 3tsf bdpc for three months.
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Pre-Menopause - How Homeopathic Remedies Can Help?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Jaipur
Pre-Menopause - How Homeopathic Remedies Can Help?

Pre- menopause starts when a woman becomes fertile. It is marked with the onset of the first menstrual cycle and ends when she enters the menopausal stage. Pre-menopause is marked by bodily discomforts, also known as Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).

Women get their first menstrual cycle in their early teens. The first signs of menopause appear when they enter their late 30s or early 40s. There are 3 tests that determine whether a woman is experiencing pre-menopause or has entered menopause, these are pregnancy test, thyroid stimulating hormone test and follicle stimulating hormone Test. Homoeopathy can help you overcome the pre-menopause related problems. Here is how.

Homeopathic Remedies for PMS

  1. Before you start the homeopathic remedies, bear in mind that many formulae treat the same symptoms. So, it is better to consult a homoeopathic doctor for the correct advice.
  2. Pre-menopause is marked by anger, depression, bouts of hot flashes and a throbbing sensation in your body. Take different homeopathic formulae for different symptoms. For example, in cases of hot flashes and throbbing sensation, you may take Belladona or Glononium. On the other hand, if you are facing a chilling sensation, take Graphites.
  3. Some women may experience night sweats, weight gain, cravings for sugar and stiffness in joints. In these cases, it is recommended that they take Calcarea Carbonica.
  4. Pre-menopause is often accompanied by signs of emotional distress like mood swings, fits of anger, anxiety and depression. If a woman is experiencing any of these symptoms then Nux Vomica, Lillium tigrinum or Natrum muriatricum can help you overcome these signs. You may also take Pulsatilla or Staphysagria to combat these symptoms.
  5. Take Arsenicum if you are experiencing panic attacks.
  6. Pre-menopause is often accompanied by headaches, muscle spasms and/or menstrual cramps. In such cases, Ignatia is often recommended to the affected women.
  7. Sepia is administered when women face irregular periods or when the discharge is not uniform.
  8. Are you experiencing hot morning flashes? Try taking Sulphur to calm down your senses.
  9. Bellis perennis is a preferred remedy for those women who feel tired for most of the times. They just want to lie down and experience a backache. There is no real disease behind these symptoms, however.
  10. Caulophyllin is a great remedy for those patients who undergo a great nervous tension, experience a propensity for work and generally fret over small things.
  11. If you are experiencing headaches with profuse menses, then the most preferred drug is Sanguinaria.

Things to consider
1. Store your drugs in a cool, dry place.
2. Do not chew the medicines, just suck them.
3. If the medicine is a fluid, then place the drops on your tongue- do not drink it.
4. Always consult a qualified practitioner before taking medicines. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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She have bleeding very much in her mc time at the before two day. This problem she have last three years and take more consultant with doctors but no improvement in her disease.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda,
She have bleeding very much in her mc time at the before two day. This problem she have last three years and take mor...
If investigation shows not any abnormalities than take this treatment kaharava pishti 10 gm sfatik bhasam 10 gm mukta pishti 3 gm giloy sat 10 gm mix all of them and make 21 devieded dose take each dose 30 minit before meal with water 3 times in a day medicine available patanjali chikitsalay.
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The Science Of Orgasm - Why Orgasms Feel So Good?

MD-Pharmacology, MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
The Science Of Orgasm - Why Orgasms Feel So Good?

The mention of the word "orgasm" is enough to numb your senses. It is like a pleasure trip that nobody wants to end. It gives a person an inexplicable eternal feeling, a climax that most couples wait for with bated breath. As known to all, an orgasm is a zenith of a sexual interaction or intercourse. You will seldom come across a person who doesn't enjoy an orgasm. 

Sex without an orgasm can be quite dull and boring. 
Have you ever been intrigued as to why an orgasm feels so good? What is it that makes an orgasm such an enjoyable experience? This article is an attempt to unravel this simple yet important query that has been baffling people for long. 

An orgasm is a way our body reacts physiologically on being sexually aroused. Though the level of excitement and its impact may vary from person to person, most people (both men and women) feel good and euphoric on reaching an orgasm. There is an interesting science behind this. It is important to mention that the brain plays a pivotal role in an orgasm. As in any other organ of the body, there are numerous nerve endings present in the genitalia. These nerve endings are in turn connected to the brain and the spinal cord via the large nerves. 

In this regard, the nerves that are instrumental in sending the signals and the stimulation to the brain (different regions of the brain) on being aroused or excited sexually include 

  1. The Pelvic nerve is responsible for sending signals from the rectum (in both the sexes) and also from the vagina and cervix (women). 
  2. The Hypogastric nerve is responsible for sending signals from the prostate (men) and also from the uterus and the cervix (women).
  3. The Vagus nerve (the longest of the 12 cranial nerve) is only involved in sending the signals from the cervix, uterus, and vagina in women. 
  4. The Pudendal nerve transmits the signals from the scrotum and penis in men. In women, it transmits the signals from the clitoris. 

The signals sent to the brain during an orgasm results in its activation, especially the reward circuits or the pleasure center. The pleasure center is responsible for all kinds of pleasurable feelings in a person. The areas mainly affected by the sexual excitement include 

  1. Amygdala: It is mainly involved in the regulation of emotions like sweating, increased heart rate, and blood pressure. •    Ventral tegmental area (VTA): It is responsible for the release of the neurotransmitter, Dopamine. 
  2. Nucleus accumbens: The nucleus accumbens is an important part that controls or regulates the release of dopamine. 
  3. Others: Cerebellum (maintains and coordinates the muscular activities in the body) and the Pituitary gland (responsible for the release of vasopressin, oxytocin, and beta-endorphins). 

The arousal, followed by activation, acts as a catalyst which further results in release of neurotransmitters and hormones. The more these neurotransmitters and hormones are released, more pleasure and excitement is experienced during the act. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My friend had protected sex last saturday and her period is late. She is a student and does not wish to become a mother now. What should she do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My friend had protected sex last saturday and her period is late. She is a student and does not wish to become a moth...
Hello, In a female with a normal menstrual cycle of 28days, the ovulation would take place on 14th day of the cycle. So, 3-4 days before and after this 14th day is supposed to be the period (mid-cycle) when the chances of getting pregnant are high! And rest of the days are safe when the chances of getting pregnant are less or remote. What is the normal menstrual cycle in her case? And is this happening for the first time? So, get her pregnancy test done. Ideal time for pregnancy test to be done is 1 week after the expected date of next date of menses. Share the report with me for proper guidance.
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I have had protected sex with my girlfriend on the day she had ovulated. and she haven't got periods yet her date was 28th june. and today is 6th july. Are there any chance of pregnancy please help.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I have had protected sex with my girlfriend on the day she had ovulated. and she haven't got periods yet her date was...
Hello, there should b no possibility of getting pregnant in your case. Menstrual disorder may cause due to stress, anxiety, depression, malnutrition, anaemia, over exertion. * tk, plenty of water to hydrate yourself, to eliminate toxins & to dilute your blood to ease your problem. * go for meditation to reduce your stress, anxiety to calm your nerve to ease your stress. * your diet be simple, non- irritant, easily digestible on time to maintain your digestion. * tk, apple, carrots, cheese, milk, banana, papaya, spinach, almonds, walnuts to improve your haemoglobin to release your flow. * tk, homoeo medicne, gentle & rapid in action with no adverse effect, thereof. @ pulsatilla 20-6 pills, thrice a day. @ sepia200-6 pills, thrice a day. * ensure, sound sleep in d night for at least 7 hrs. * avoid, caffiene, junkfood, dust, smoke, exertion. Tk, care.
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