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Dr. Sachin Dalal

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Sachin Dalal is a renowned Gynaecologist in Bhandup West, Mumbai. He is currently associated with Madhu Polyclinic & Nursing Home in Bhandup West, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sachin Dalal on Lybrate.com.

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I am suffering from pain in stomach for more than 10 days. My periods are not started than I test my urine and result is positive. So, now what I will do? please suggest.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am suffering from pain in stomach for more than 10 days. My periods are not started than I test my urine and result...
As you are having pain abdomen please do sn usg to locste the pregnancy. Ectopic gas to be ruled out. It is not clear whether you want to take this pregnancy or not.
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Recently I make to know. sometime I used to get panic attacks.. I wanted to know what diet should I add to my food.please help.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Recently I make to know. sometime I used to get panic attacks.. I wanted to know what diet should I add to my food.pl...
Hye, Dietary changes may help prevent or minimize your symptoms. Whole Grains Whole grains are grains that have retained nutrient, fiber and protein content during food processing. As a result, whole grains digest slower than refined grain products, such as white flour, and have a positive impact on your blood sugar levels. Blood sugar management is a useful dietary step toward preventing panic attacks. Replacing processed snack foods with whole grain foods most often, can help prevent mood swings and promote relaxation. Examples of nutritious whole grain foods include whole grain rotis and cereals like poha, rawa, daliya, unpolished rice, corn, jowar, bajra. Dairy Products Dairy products, such as milk, curd and paneer are valuable sources of calcium, vitamin D and protein, which also help stabilize blood sugar levels. They also help your brain produce chemicals associated with calmness. Fruits and vegetables They help your body protect itself from disease and infections. Incorporating fruits and vegetables into starch-based meals for improved blood sugar management and mood balance. Rather than eat cereals alone, eat with cooked vegetables. Some fruits and vegetables, such as bananas and baked potatoes, also contain calming nutrients. Healthy fats Ghee, nuts, oils add healthy fats to diet. Avoid junk, processed and oily fried outside foods. Sleep well.
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I am seven months pregnant n feeling pain in my ear? Is it safe to use a ear drop candibiotic in pregnancy?

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
I am seven months pregnant n feeling pain in my ear? Is it safe to use a ear drop candibiotic in pregnancy?
Candibiotic Ear Drops is used for Bacterial infections of the outer ear, Fungal infections of penis, Shortness of breath, Treatment of athlete's foot, Treatment of jock itch, Treatment of ringworm and other conditions. Though the medicine is safe to be used during pregnancy, it is always better to consult your gynecologist for expert advise. Do not use it without your gynecologist's advise. Take care.
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6 Ways To Treat Heavy Bleeding During Menses!

FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
6 Ways To Treat Heavy Bleeding During Menses!

Menstruation is the monthly discharge of blood from the vagina, which lasts for about 5 to 6 days. It is the shedding of the inner lining of the uterus, when pregnancy does not occur after the release of egg from the ovary. Menstrual periods are generally often accompanied by painful cramps in the lower abdomen, heavy bleeding, weakness, water retention, irritability and malaise.

What is Menorrhagia?

Very heavy or prolonged periods are medically termed as menorrhagia. It is abnormally heavy bleeding if there is a requirement to change sanitary napkins or tampons several times within a very short span of time. Passing large blood clots, night time bleeding, bleeding for over 7 -8 days, are other symptoms that one might be suffering from menorrhagia.

Common Causes Behind It

  1. Heavy menstrual bleeding can be a result of hormonal imbalance.

  2. Fibroids, cysts or polyps in the organs of the reproductive system, which includes the uterus, ovaries or fallopian tubes.

  3. History of miscarriage or failed pregnancies.

  4. Use of Intrauterine contraceptive devices can sometimes lead to heavy and prolonged bleeding during periods. 

  5. Infections of uterine lining can also lead to heavy and abnormal bleeding.

How can you treat heavy bleeding during menses

  1. Change of dietYou must include more minerals, iron, magnesium and calcium in your diet. Your diet must comprise a lot of green vegetables, fresh fruits and dairy products.

  2. Some non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen may be prescribed to reduce the blood loss.

  3. Certain hormonal therapies to regulate the hormonal imbalances and menstrual irregularities.

  4. Home remedies such as intake of certain herbs, ginger and coriander seeds help to control heavy bleeding.

  5. Increasing magnesium intake to balance out levels of oestrogen.

  6. It is best to stick to natural remedies, as it generally does not create complications in other bodily functions.

How you can treat Menorrhagia: 

Menorrhagia can be managed with natural remedies as mentioned here but sometimes, the bleeding may not respond to such modifications & then you need to consult a Gynaecologist to find the exact cause and treatment for the heavy bleeding. Usually, the first line medication is a NSAID, which is a non-hormonal medication and needs to be taken during periods only. Other medications that may be used are hormonal tablets and other options which are best decided by a Gynaecologist.

If the bleeding cannot be controlled even after a change of diet and home remedies, you must consult the gynaecologist as soon as possible. Heavy bleeding is a serious problem, especially if accompanied by dizziness, fluctuations in the blood pressure, nausea and weight loss. Severe cramps and constant bleeding can hinder daily routine, therefore, the earlier you receive medical attention, the quicker you will get relief.

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

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My girlfriend had her last period on 15th September. We didn't have sex but there was a bit of precum around her anus. She missed her periods this month which were supposed to come on 15th of October. We did two HPT but both were negative. We got a bHCG test done on 23rd October and it came out to be 1.4, which is considered negative for pregnancy. We had sex yesterday but the condom broke. There was little to no precum and no ejaculation. We noticed it right away and pulled out the penis asap. She peed immediately and washed her vagina with soap. She took an iPill within half an hour of the intercourse. What are the chances of pregnancy and what can be done?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Guwahati
My girlfriend had her last period on 15th September. We didn't have sex but there was a bit of precum around her anus...
There is no chance of getting pregnant. But if she had her last periods on 15th Sept then please visit a homeopath for discontinuity. There are many reasons for irregular periods. Having an I pill every now and then may affect her in the later stage. Also taking Ipill often brings irregular periods. So don't panic. Ask her to stay calm.
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Can a pregnancy test be done only once the period is missed? Or can it be done one week after the act?

B.H.M.S ( Mumbai) (Silver Medalist), Certificate In Gyn and Obstetric
Homeopath, Noida
Can a pregnancy test be done only once the period is missed? Or can it be done one week after the act?
Hello, There are 2 types of Pregnancy tests: 1)Urine test: It is not recommended to do a Urine Pregnancy test till the first day of your Missed period. 2)Blood test: This is more accurate than the urine test. This can detect pregnancy as early as 7-12 days after conception.
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My friend has pregnant from 1.5 month. And she wants abortion. Then which medicine will take?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
It is not recommended to take any medicine without doctor advise. You need to visit a gynecologist with a ultrasound report and then she will be able to advise you the best method of abortion suiting your case.
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Penis Rash: Likely Causes And Effective Remedies

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Rash: Likely Causes And Effective Remedies

Penis Rash: Likely Causes and Effective Remedies

The human skin can be susceptible to problems like rashes. These can often be easily treated using topical medications. But if a rash appears on sensitive body parts such as the penis, there could be cause for concern. Failure to treat rashes and other problems in this delicate area can lead to more serious issues. To better care for this sensitive body part, it's important to be aware of some common causes for penis rash, as well as the recommended treatments.

- Razor Bumps ­- As suggested by the name, these red, itchy spots usually appear after shaving the hair around the penis. However, this is not as serious as it can be perceived, as razor bumps are simply the result of irritated skin and can be remedied easily. Experts suggest shaving after taking a shower, when the skin is soft, and applying shaving gel for moisturizing. Shaving towards the direction of hair growth is also recommended.

- Jock Itch - This is another common problem that most men have to deal with on a regular basis. Prevalent most especially among athletes, jock itch is caused by a fungus that thrives in warm, moist areas. It can cause a red, spreading, itchy rash that may affect the entire groin area, as well as the thighs. Topical medications such as those used to treat athlete's foot are generally effective for clearing up this condition.

- Contact Dermatitis - This condition is a type of allergic reaction to something in the environment. Most mild cases appear like the run-of-the-mill skin rash, but worse scenarios include fluid-filled bumps that may dry and peel. The most common triggers for contact dermatitis include soaps, laundry detergents, some types of condoms, and even plants and grasses. This condition can be treated by use of topical hydrocortisone ointments. A high-end moisturizer is also recommended to help sooth the itch and minimize drying and flaking.

- Balanitis - Balanitis refers to inflammation of the foreskin and/or glans and is most common among uncircumcised men. It is normally caused mainly by poor hygiene, which allows for the proliferation of bacteria, leading to swelling, soreness, and an itchy, red rash. The best remedy for balanitis is simply cleaning the infected area with a mild cleanser and avoiding the use of scented soaps that may contain irritant chemicals.

- Psoriasis - Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that essentially speeds up the life cycle of skin cells, causing a rapid build-up of dead skin cells on the skin's surface. Genital psoriasis, in particular, comes off as a deep red rash appearing shiny patches at the tip of the penis or on its shaft. Similar to jock itch, it is aggravated by the moisture that is being locked in. Unfortunately, there is no real cure for this condition, but there are methods to keep it under control, such as treatment with oral medications, UV light, and use of crèmes containing vitamins A and E.

Prevention is better than a cure

The penis is one of the most delicates part of a man's body, and it should be given utmost attention when it comes to treatment. Hygiene, of course, will always play a big role, as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Daily penis care may be extended beyond simply bathing the area to use of a penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil). A high-end product containing nutrients such as Vitamins A, B5, C, D3, and E, as well as rich moisturizers such as Shea butter, can be a key solution for maintaining hydration and soothing itchy, dry, reddened skin.

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I am having severe itching in the place where we pass urine y it is so it is a serious problem and I am having a irregular periods.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
You could be having a Urinary tract infection, drink lot of water and wash your pee area with warm water, you might have to also take an antibiotic course for severe itching, as regards irregular periods, get your thyroid and other harmones tested, and Ultrasound done to rule out for any pcos ,post which you can be put on a course of tabs to regularise your periods.
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There is pain in my back and leg due to secret abortion and my mom doesn't know about that. I am in problem.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
There is pain in my back and leg due to secret abortion and my mom doesn't know about that. I am in problem.
Hi Ash, it could be due to iron deficiency and your body is under recovery phase after abortion. Please get hemoglobin tested Have a diet rich in protein, calcium and iron.
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