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Dr. Nawaz

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Gynaecologist, Mumbai

80 at clinic
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Dr. Nawaz is a popular Gynaecologist in Kandivali West, Mumbai. He is a MBBS . You can visit him at Kandivili Hitvardhak Mandal Hospital in Kandivali West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Nawaz on Lybrate.com.

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Kandivili Hitvardhak Mandal Hospital

K H M Medical Centre, Mangubhai Dattani Bhavan, Corner Of S V Road & S M Road, Kandivali West,Near Bata Showroom,Landmark:Opp to Balbarthi High School, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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Kandivili Hitvardhak Mandal Hospital

K H M Medical Centre, Mangubhai Dattani Bhavan, Corner Of S V Road & S M Road, Kandivali West,Near Bata Showroom,Landmark:Opp to Balbarthi High School.Mumbai Get Directions
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My wife suffering from B. P low and depression. She is pregnant now. please tell me treatment.

Doctor of Medicine, DGO
Gynaecologist,
My wife suffering from B. P low and depression. She is pregnant now. please tell me treatment.
Mood fluctuations and lowered bp is normal during pregnancy so need not worry. And if there are any other problens please discuss in details.
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Hello sir my name is umar I got married 1 year ago but my wife had problem regarding irregular with PCOD.

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Endocrinology, DNB Endocrinology, MNAMS, Speciality Certificate (Endo. & Diab.) (MRCP, UK), Fellow of American College of Endocrinology (FACE)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Hello sir my name is umar I got married 1 year ago but my wife had problem regarding irregular with PCOD.
Dear lybrate-user, U have to meet an Endocrinologist who can help your wife out. All of the problems can be corrected with appropriate medicines.
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Earlier my periods were irregular from last 2 months they are regular but last month and also this month bleeding is very less also in 1st and 2nd day of my period earlier I use to get periods for 7 days and now 5 days with less bleeding.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Earlier my periods were irregular from last 2 months they are regular but last month and also this month bleeding is ...
Your periods can be considered as normal. They r irregular because of your weight. Reduce weight everything will fall in place. You're most probably suffering from pcod.
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Health Impacts of watching TV and using Laptop

MBBS, AFIH, PGDMLS, MD-HRM, MD-HM
General Physician, Gurgaon
Health Impacts of watching TV and using Laptop

We've probably heard about it, read it and even watched it a few times - devices like TV and laptop take a toll on our health. But are the studies backed with statistics applicable to us? What duration crosses the limit between acceptable and dangerous. Given that both these devices are entwined in our lives not only to entertain, but also make our lives easy, how much can you really avoid them? The reality is that you can't. So here is a quick look at what impacts you the most and how you can manage it best.

1. Increased eye irritability: We are quite used to multi-screen viewing these days. We work on our laptops or iPads while we watch TV at home. While this may seem like a skilled process in multi-brain functionality, but it is subjecting our eyes continuously to artificial light, making us blink less often. Often extending to over 12 hours a day, a mix or laptop and TV viewing can cause dry eyes, irritability, and reduced vision problems.

2. Increased obesity: Having access to everything from groceries to jewelry online makes it unnecessary to move out of the house on a Sunday. This is a boon and a bane in its own right. Easy access means spending lesser time standing in supermarket queues but more time in front of the TV. This can lead to lethargy and obesity. This risk is very real in children and we are battling with an entire generation on the brink of obesity and related problems. Did you know that childhood obesity risk increases by 60% when kids watch one hour of TV! Don't even try the math for a year's worth of television!

3. Increased affinity for junk food: TV has more side effects than you think. It automatically makes us reach out for the most harmful foods that taste great but hardly have any nutritional value. From chips to pizzas to burgers to quick fix noodles some with extra cheese others with a copious quantity of salts slowly add harmful toxins to the body. The worst part is that we are so lost in our work or TV that we don't realize the quantity we are chewing down.

4. It affects your sleep cycle: Having these handy late in the night also confuses our body with artificial light, throwing our sleep cycle off balance.

5. The one-off cases are real for some people: We often hear horror stories about some 12 years old whose thighs burned up because of excessive laptop use. There are other stories about a man who came home after a workout and accidently touched his laptop's power cord to be electrocuted. There are other stories linking these gadgets to cancer risks. These stories may be played up by the media for viral effect but the fact remains that you never know when you can be that 'somebody'.

Related Tip: Sitting Too Close To TV Will Weaken Your Eyes? FALSE. 

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I have safe sex on 18 nov my date is on 29 of evry mnth. My date is late by 10 days. I have tryd everything. I have taken 4 pregnancy test in 3 days gap all r negative. I have also done wid blood test it is also negative. Please help wt has happen y I m nt getng my periods.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Surat
I have safe sex on 18 nov my date is on 29 of evry mnth. My date is late by 10 days. I have tryd everything. I have t...
Occasional delayed periods are common .may be due to an ovulation /delayed ovulation / ovarian cyst / hormonal imbalance. Please consult gynaecologist. Nothing to worry much.
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Happy Gudi Padwa!!

PGDM In Cosmetology, Trichology & Weight Managmen, MD, BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
Happy Gudi Padwa!!

Gudi Padwa celebrates the beginning of the traditional Hindu year and the day of the festival is the first day of the Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar.

The main entrance of the house is decorated with mango leaves and red flowers which are considered favorable for this occasion.Prior to hoisting the Gudi, Lord Brahma is worshipped. He is worshipped because on this particular day he created the universe out of chaos, for which he is also known as the creator of the world. 

Buying gold, new vehicle or anything new is considered to bring prosperity if done on this day.

Today with the augment of cheer and joy, Gudi Padwa is a celebration that is much awaited for and this is a time when people pray for the well being of the people. It is believed that good wins over evil and is an auspicious day for all.

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I did not get my period. I had my last period on november 2 and today it is december 3.I had a foreplay with my husband the previous month but there was no sexual intercourse he ejaculated beneath my labia minora. Can I get pregnant?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I did not get my period. I had my last period on november 2 and today it is december 3.I had a foreplay with my husba...
Hello, Pregnancy is unlikely with the sexual exposure that you have had with your husband. This delay is likely to be stress induced. Please wait for a week to allow menses to resume naturally.
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