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Dr. Neelam

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
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Dr. Neelam is a renowned Gynaecologist in Malad West, Mumbai. She is currently associated with Neelam Clinic in Malad West, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Neelam and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma in Hospital Administration, JR- MS(Ay)- Shalya
Ayurveda, Varanasi
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3 people found this helpful

Does having Apple cider vinegar and oats will make women health better in PCOS and periods regular.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Dehradun
Does having Apple cider vinegar and oats will make women health better in PCOS and periods regular.
Hello For pcos the first aim is to loose around 5% of your body weight. So follow some type of physical exercise daily and eat a nourished low calorie diet.also get your hormonal evaluation done.
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6 Ayurvedic Tips That Can Keep Your Body Healthy!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma In Panchkarma
Ayurveda, Jhalawar
6 Ayurvedic Tips That Can Keep Your Body Healthy!

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that is holistic in nature. The focus of Ayurvedic treatments is on improving your overall well-being, in addition, to curing the symptoms of the disorder. When it comes to keeping your body healthy, Ayurveda is your best bet. Its holistic nature makes it very potent in improving your body’s immune system so that your body is fighting fit and free of diseases.

Here are some Ayurvedic tips to stay healthy:

  1. Eat healthily: The food you consume plays a vital role in your health. Different foods have different constituents which affect the body in different ways. Include fruits and vegetables in your diet as they contain necessary vitamins and minerals which are required for the body to function properly. Avoid eating junk food that contains hidden sugars and fats as they can wreak havoc on your body’s functioning.
  2. Exercise regularly: Regular exercise has numerous benefits for your body. From keeping your joints healthy to reducing risks of heart diseases, it does wonders for you. Take up a form of cardiovascular exercise such as swimming or running to keep your heart in good shape. Yoga is another form of exercise that is very good for your joints.
  3. Limit stressNothing is as bad for your overall health as stress. It causes chemical changes in the body which make you susceptible to various diseases, both psychological and physiological. Practice relaxation techniques such as meditation as it calms and soothes the mind. Simple breathing techniques are also a good way to combat stress.
  4. Avoid alcohol consumption: Excessive alcohol consumption can increase weight and make you susceptible to diseases such as liver and heart problems.
  5. Avoid smokingLike alcohol, smoking is another habit that you need to quit, if you haven’t already. Smoking causes the blood vessels in the body to narrow, resulting in impaired blood circulation.
  6. Adopt healthier habits: Simple healthy habits such as drinking a cup of lemon juice with warm water in the morning go a long way in keeping you healthy. Lemon is a good source of Vitamin C; consuming it after you wake up provides a boost to your body’s energy levels. Another simple habit you may consider is drinking 2-3 liters of water every day to keep your body hydrated.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My problem is lochia and I do not known about treatment of lochia please tell me about treatment of lochia.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hi, homoeo- medicine will help you in your ptoblem of lochia. Secale cor 30--5 drops, thrice/day report after a fortnight, please take care.
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New Tests To Detect Increased Miscarriage Risks

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, FNB Reproductive Medicine, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
New Tests To Detect Increased Miscarriage Risks

Miscarriage Facts-

A miscarriage is defined as a pregnancy that ends before the 24th week. One in five pregnancies end this way.

The cause of a miscarriage is often not identified, but if it occurs during the first trimester it’s usually due to problems with the foetus, such as a chromosomal abnormality. This is unlikely to recur and doesn’t mean there is any problem with the mother or father’s chromosomes.

  • If a miscarriage happens during the second trimester (between weeks 14 and 26), it may be the result of an infection, a long-term health problem in the mother, food poisoning or a problem with the womb or cervix.
  • A woman will be referred for investigations if she has recurrent miscarriages (three or more in a row). About 1 in 100 women experience recurrent miscarriages and more than 60% of these women go on to have a successful pregnancy.
  • Women could be told from the beginning of pregnancy if they are at high risk of miscarriage or premature birth thanks to a highly accurate new tests.
  • Leading scientists have described as “very exciting” a breakthrough technique which can detect serious complications months in advance, giving doctors the chance to intervene and save lives.
  • It means that being told the likelihood of a devastating event could soon become a routine part of a doctor confirming a woman is pregnant.
  • Miscarriage charities welcomed the new technique.
  • Obstetricians can currently provide expecting mothers little or no warning of premature birth, miscarriage or preeclampsia, a life-threatening blood pressure disorder which kills up to 1,000 babies a year.
  • But researchers have now identified a handful of molecules unlocking the fundamental biology of these conditions, which are present long before any symptoms arise.
  • Scientists have so far devoted largely unsuccessful efforts to searching for blood biomarkers from the placenta.
  • However, the team at the Laboratory of Premature Medicine and Immunology in San Francisco turned their attention to the placental bed, the thick mucous membrane that lines the uterus during pregnancy.
  • Their discovery of 30 molecules relating to gene expression will enable newly pregnant women to undergo to a simple blood test able to determine their risk.
  • Britain has one of the highest rates of premature birth in Europe, with roughly one in nine babies born before 37 weeks gestation.
  • If doctors are aware a woman is at high risk of early delivery they can monitor her more closely and potentially use hormone drugs to delay the date of birth.
  • While there little that can be done to prevent miscarriage, the test can help women prepare for the eventuality.
  • By contrast, preeclampsia can be monitored and better managed the earlier it is detected.
  • Around three per cent of pregnant women suffer the condition where blood pressure is raised to levels that threaten both mother and child.
  • The only cure is to deliver the baby, meaning doctors can sometimes be forced to induce dangerously premature births.
  • Tim Child, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at Oxford University, said the new research was “very promising” and described the statistical relationship between the discovery of blood biomarkers in patients in the study and their subsequent complications as “very, very strong”.
  • Presented at the American Association of Reproductive Medicine annual congress in Texas, the four combined studies involved 160 births.
  • Searching for microRNA in blood immune cells, the team were able to predict miscarriage and late preeclampsia with around 90 per cent accuracy and premature birth before 34 weeks with around 89 per cent accuracy.
  • Premature birth between 34 and 38 weeks was predicted with 92 per cent accuracy.
  • Professor Simon Fishel, an IVF pioneer and founder of Care Fertility, said a warning highlighting blood flow problems in the placental bed, potential treatments include blood thinning drugs such as heparin
  • “Specialist obstetricians have means to help manage such disorders and early recognition of these complications is vital.
  • “Further support and evidence for this biomarker could indeed be an important tool in the management of these high risk pregnancies.”
  • He added that to be ‘forewarned is forearmed’ when dealing with pregnancy complications.
  • Specialist obstetricians have means to help manage such disorders and early recognition of these complications is vital.
  • Further support and evidence for this biomarker could indeed be an important tool in the management of these high risk pregnancies.’
  • “Our combined analysis supports the idea that the Great Obstetrical Syndromes have a common biological origin early in the first trimester that can be detected throughout the first trimester using peripheral blood cell microRNA,” the researchers said.
  • Roughly one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, although this reduces to one in six pregnancies where the mother knows she is pregnant.
  • Around 80 per cent occur in the first 12 weeks’ gestation.
  • Barbara Hepworth-Jones, Vice Chair of the Miscarriage Association, said: “This is very welcome news.
  • “Much research is still needed before we fully understand the causes of pregnancy complications including miscarriage, and can then look for treatments.
  • “But this holds real hope for the future.”
  • A recent study found that giving aspirin to women at high risk of pre-eclampsia could reduce their chance of preterm pre-eclampsia by 60 per cent.
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Stress - Homeopathic Remedies For It!

BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
Stress - Homeopathic Remedies For It!

Stress is a condition in which we feel frustrated, angry or worried and anxious due to circumstances we find ourselves in. Stress also takes the form of different diseases in your body, if it is left untreated.

Even when you are faced with the same situations, it can cause a different stress response in different people. In homeopathy, mental symptoms of the patient are analytically checked. Homeopathy first identifies the root cause, and the treatment approach differs based on this finding. Usually, the understanding of both the psycho and the physiological profile of the patient are combined, with the psychological profile being given more importance.

Here is a list of valid reasons why choosing homeopathy for stress treatment

1. Identifying the cause


Homeopathic medicines are not designed to suppress the symptoms and offer superficial relief. They work towards restoring the vitality of the body as a whole so that the body can itself combat with the diseases. Similar is the case for stress. Homeopathic medications address the underlying issues that cause stress and, therefore, they help you in dealing with your medical condition more effectively and permanently.

2. Symptom-based treatment

Homeopathy recognizes the uniqueness of the various symptoms and responses associated with stress.

For instance: homeopathic medicines for stress, when the cause of stress is grief (eg: losing a dear one) is Ignatia and natrum mur; whereas the medicines for stress, when stress is caused due to 'long and stressful work hours' is kali phos.

3. In-depth research

Homeopathy treatment is based on in-depth research to ascertain the factors that are responsible for your stress and deal with your condition accordingly.

Your brain is just another organ operating on the same biochemical principles as or heart or thyroid or liver. We experience feelings, positive or negative, at the cellular level - scientifically, it is no more than a complex interaction of chemicals and electrical activity.

The approach of homeopathy is more specific and, therefore, more effective. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Homeopath.

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Hello. M aarzoo I am having a hypothyroid. Due to which my periods cycle is not regular. From 6 month. I was under a treatment of one of mine Dr. Every month she use to give a tablet of 5 days through which period flows get started. But till what time I will follow such. Want to know about best thyroid Specialist in thane. To whom I consult. It's been 40 days past still period haven't come.

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jammu
Hello. M aarzoo I am having a hypothyroid.
Due to which my periods cycle is not regular. From 6 month.
I was under a ...
Hypothyroidism is a very common problem these days. Periods get disturbed due to hypothyroidism. But I advise you not to take allopathic medicines for periods as these r hormones and will create serious side effects which may create problems in pregnancy also. There is a wonderful ayurvedic treatment if hypothyroidism. U can msg me on my consult for more discussion and also send me the lab report.
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I'm pregnant. But I don't want baby. I want to abort baby. please suggest any easy tips for abortion.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I'm pregnant. But I don't want baby. I want to abort baby. please suggest any easy tips for abortion.
Hi Ankita.... abortion without medical observation is dangerous.... So better consult a gynecologist and do it under observation... Still if you want to try you may take homoeopathic medicine Secale cor 6C tds...
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Watermelon

B.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition), M.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Watermelon

Watermelon the super duper cooler

It is the season of watermelons. They are best during the summer as they are sweet and juicy. As the name says it all watermelon is 92% water and only 8%sugar.

Research shows that watermelon cuts the risk of sun related skin damage by 40%. That's because watermelon is nature's richest source of lycopene, an antioxidant that scavenges the uv-induced free radicals that cause sunburn and wrinkling. Lycopene may also help reduce the risks of cancer and other diseases. 

Watermelon can help improve sleep. It is high in vitamin b6 which helps manufacture serotonin and dopamine (mood related chemical) in brain. When levels of serotonin increase at night, the brain is less sensitive to disruptive stimuli (like noise) during sleep.

Watermelons are rich in electrolytes, sodium and potassium which are lost through perspiration. Also its high potassium content helps to control bp.

They are rich in vitamin a, b and c. What's more, they are low in calories and very nutritious.

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