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Dr. Sandeep

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Dr. Sandeep is one of the best Gynaecologists in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can visit him at Abhay Nursing Home in Mumbai, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sandeep and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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After delivery weight loss is a big problem for me. I am trying to loss my weight but its not working.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Msc.Applied Psychology
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi, After pregnancy weight gain is a normal thing. You didnt specify your age, height, weight also about your post delivery duration. What and all things you have done to reduce your weight? How about your food habits?
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Hazards of sitting

MD AYU, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jaipur
Hazards of sitting
Do you sit in an office chair or on your couch for more than six hours a day? Then here are some disturbing facts: Your risk of heart disease has increased by up to 64 percent. You're shaving off seven years of quality life. You're also more at risk for certain types of cancer. Simply put, sitting is killing you
Organ damage

HEART DISEASE

 

Muscles burn less fat and blood flows more sluggishly during a long sit, allowing fatty acids to more easily clog the heart. Prolonged sitting has been linked to high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol, and people with the most sedentary time are more than twice as likely to have cardiovascular disease than those with the least.

OVERPRODUCTIVE PANCREAS

The pancreas produces insulin, a hormone that carries glucose to cells for energy. But cells in idle muscles don't respond as readily to insulin, so the pancreas produces more and more, which can lead to diabetes and other diseases. A 2011 study found a decline in insulin response after just one day of prolonged sitting.

COLON CANCER

Studies have linked sitting to a greater risk for colon, breast and endometrial cancers. The reason is unclear, but one theory is that excess insulin encourages cell growth. Another is that regular movement boosts natural antioxidants that kill cell-damaging - and potentially cancer-causing - free radicals.

Muscle degeneration

MUSHY ABS

When you stand, move or even sit up straight, abdominal muscles keep you upright. But when you slump in a chair, they go unused. Tight back muscles and wimpy abs form a posture-wrecking alliance that can exaggerate the spine's natural arch, a condition called hyperlordosis, or swayback.

TIGHT HIPS

Flexible hips help keep you balanced, but chronic sitters so rarely extend the hip flexor muscles in front that they become short and tight, limiting range of motion and stride length. Studies have found that decreased hip mobility is a main reason elderly people tend to fall.

LIMP GLUTES

Sitting requires your glutes to do absolutely nothing, and they get used to it. Soft glutes hurt your stability, your ability to push off and your ability to maintain a powerful stride.

Bad back

INFLEXIBLE SPINE

When we move, soft discs between vertebrae expand and contract like sponges, soaking up fresh blood and nutrients. But when we sit for a long time, discs are squashed unevenly. Collagen hardens around tendons and ligaments.

DISK DAMAGE

People who sit more are at greater risk for herniated lumbar disks. A muscle called the psoas travels through the abdominal cavity and, when it tightens, pulls the upper lumbar spine forward. Upper-body weight rests entirely on the ischial tuberosity (sitting bones) instead of being distributed along the arch of the spine.

STRAINED NECK

If most of your sitting occurs at a desk at work, craning your neck forward toward a keyboard or tilting your head to cradle a phone while typing can strain the cervical vertebrae and lead to permanent imbalances.

That's the bad news. The good news: It's easy to counteract no matter how lazy you are.

Tips to overcome this problem.

Sitting on something wobbles such as an exercise ball or even a backless stool to force your core muscles to work. Sit up straight and keep your feet flat on the floor in front of you so they support about a quarter of your weight.

Stretching the hip flexors three minutes per side once a day.

Walking during commercials when you're watching TV. Even a snail-like pace of 1 mph would burn twice the calories of sitting, and more vigorous exercise would be even better.

Alternating between sitting and standing at your workstation. If you can't do that, stand up every half hour or so and walk.

Trying yoga poses - the cow pose and the cat - to improve extension and flexion in your back.

 

My period running 16 days it's close over 2moths and now it is not stop and the bleeding is very high and thick .so what can I do please help me.

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
My period running 16 days it's close over 2moths and now it is not stop and the bleeding is very high and thick .so w...
Hi lybrate-user, In Ayurvedic medicine, a classical formula known as Shatavari-Yashti-Yoga is typically used to correct heavy periods. This formula has been tested in a clinical study and proven to be highly effective in treating Menorrhagia, Metrorrhagia, and Meno-metrorrhagia. Unfortunately, this formula is not sold as a formulated product, but it can be made very easily. This formula is made up three ingredients: 1. Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus) 2. Licorice Root 3. Rice Water (Optional) Shatavari, a powerful adaptogen, is used for reducing pain, improving fertility, increasing breast milk in nursing mothers and regulating hormones as it is a uterine tonic, phyto-estrogen rich herb, and galactagogue. Due to it’s adaptogenic properties, it may reduce cortisol, thus allowing progesterone levels to elevate. Licorice alters the body’s hormones by dramatically impacting the function of the adrenal glands – which also play a significant role in progesterone production. Many doctors suggest that Licorice may reduce estrogen and promote progesterone by preventing its breakdown. (The addition of Rice water, is for the purpose of reducing Leucorrhea – this is actually a traditional remedy which is still used for treating this condition.) This combination of Shatavari and Licorice, appears to be a highly effective method of balancing the main hormones responsible for regulating menstruation. In the study posted below, this formula is proven to be quite effective in treat abnormal uterine bleeding. Typically, this formula is made with the juice of the Shatavari and the powder of Licorice root, however, using both herbs, in equal proportions, and according to the correct calculated dose, in powder or tablet form still appears (in my clinical experience) to work, though with slight less potency. Hibiscus – A Traditional Remedy In order to stop bleeding, the use of natural styptics/hemostatics is needed. One of the best choices for this is Hibiscus (Red). You can get the powder of this at health stores or any ethnic food store. Hibiscus reduces bleeding, fever, blood sugar and mucus, but can lead to vaginal dryness if overused, so use it with caution. It is used for several disorders of both the reproductive and urinary system and is also a refrigerant and anti-spasmodic. Consuming 2 tablespoons of fresh Hibiscus flower juice, twice a day, for 3-5 days is usually enough to stop the menstrual bleeding. Hibiscus tea made from the flowers or powder can be used. (Do not add honey, rock candy is preferred). Together with this, a hip bath with lukewarm water two times a day is recommended (On an empty stomach). A Stronger herbal Remedy: Combining the powders of Raspberry leaf, Shatavari, Hibiscus flowers, Licorice root and Rose flowers made into a tea and taken 2-3 times a day depending on severity – may be a good option to reduce heavy periods. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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I gave my girl friend this medicine she was pregnant for 1 months but now she is not stopping bleeding from 8 days till when will the blood come.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I gave my girl friend this medicine she was pregnant for 1 months but now she is not stopping bleeding from 8 days ti...
There must be some products of pregnancy still inside which is not allowing the bleeding to stop ,we advise you to get back to us on a direct Consulting or visit us at the clinic to help you resolve this issue.
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BSc-Diet & Nutrition, M.Sc-Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
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Hello Doctor, Me 23 years ki hu . Me janana chahti hu ki jab me apne husband ke sath sex krti hu to unka sperm mere under nhi ruk pata or wo sara bhar nikl jata hai esa kis vjh se ho rha mere sath? Please give me some advice.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Junagadh
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Me 23 years ki hu . Me janana chahti hu ki jab me apne husband ke sath sex krti hu to unka sperm mere u...
Hello semen after sex not goes in but it is come out it is normal in semen sperm present. Sperm attached in vaginal wall cervix. So don't worry.
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Hi. My wife is pregnant and into 18th week now. What Is the best time to resume inter course. After 6 or 7 months? Or from which week we can start having. Will it create any harm to baby inside?

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
Hi. My wife is pregnant and into 18th week now. What Is the best time to resume inter course. After 6 or 7 months? Or...
Dear user. SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH PREGNANT WOMEN is not advisable during the first three months and the last three months of pregnancy. You can have sexual intercourse during the middle three months of pregnancy but only after permission from your gynecologist. Take care.
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Dear sir/madam, how to identify the day of ovulation, is there any test available to identify it. As I have heard that sex on that results in 100 % pregnancy chances, is it true.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
Dear sir/madam, how to identify the day of ovulation, is there any test available to identify it. As I have heard tha...
Hello, ovulation can be predicted at home by 1. Body temperature chart - 0.5 degrees rise in temp may be noted around ovulation. 2. Vaginal discharge pattern- around ovulation discharge is more profuse and stretchy. 3. Ovulation kits available in the market. Or by ultrasound monitoring to look for folliculometry and ovulation. But trying on that day need not necessarily end in a pregnancy.
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Hello sir/madam, My wife has delivery done before 9 months but MC not start yet. Before pregnancy also same problem. please help.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hello sir/madam, My wife has delivery done before 9 months but MC not start yet. Before pregnancy also same problem. ...
Hello some times the lady does not get periods during lactation, but she should not have unprotected sex as she can get pregnant. She can take contraceptive pills for period regulation and to prevent pregnancy.
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My wife age is 23. She used to have leg pain in period time. How to relief please advise doctor?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My wife age is 23. She used to have  leg pain in period time. How to relief please advise doctor?
Homoeopathic medicine magnesia phos 6x (dr reckeweg) chew 4 tabs 1-2 hrly during pains till symptoms.
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