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Dr. Shrutika Thakkar

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. Shrutika Thakkar is an experienced Gynaecologist in Mulund West, Mumbai. You can consult Dr. Shrutika Thakkar at N. M. Gandhi Hospital And The Fertility Institute in Mulund West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Shrutika Thakkar on Lybrate.com.

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What Are Fats?

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Ahmedabad
What Are Fats?

Bad fat: trans and saturated
Good fat: polyunsaturated fat and monounsatured fat. 

Where you can find? 
Here, olive oil, fish, avocados, egg yolks. 
 

I am 32 aged women. I want a baby. But only 3 or 4 days we living together. What we do ?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 32 aged women. I want a baby. But only 3 or 4 days we living together. What we do ?
There is something like sperm bank where your husband's semsn can be stored and can be used for insemination on day of ovulation. Meet gynaecologist or infertility specialist.
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During the pregnancy itching on the private part. I have taken DK gel n apply it's give me relax fr some time after it again itching is started. How to remove it permanently any solution?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Yes you never get that problem if you keep clean and dry to vaginal portion. And change under garments at least two times daily.
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Salt The Forgotten killer

B.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition), M.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Salt The Forgotten killer

World salt awareness week 20th -26th march 2017
The theme for this year is "salt: the forgotten killer"

So let's see is salt is the spice of life or the hidden culprit. 

Sodium is a mineral that occurs naturally in nature as sodium chloride, or common salt. 

Since ancient times human beings have been adding salt to their food, at first as a primitive method of preserving it against spoilage, and then as a flavor enhancer. Your body needs a little bit of sodium in order to maintain proper fluid balance, but you can get enough from eating fruits and vegetables.

If a large part of your diet consists of processed and fast foods, you are almost certainly taking in too much salt. 

How does body handle sodium. 
In the body, sodium is processed by the kidneys. However, when a person eats too much sodium, the kidneys cannot process all of it. The excess sodium ends up in the bloodstream. Because the mineral retains water, the volume of blood in the body increases. As a result, the circulatory system has to work harder to pump the blood. Over time, this added strain on the system can result in heart disease and kidney failure.

According to the harvard school of public health, long-term intake of too much salt can damage the kidneys along with the heart and aorta. Salt intake may also raise blood pressure, which can cause damage to the kidney’s nephrons, which filter wastes.

If you must add salt, use just a pinch sea salt.

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I had an abortion 2 months before. I had my first period after 3 week. Period stopped in 3 days but after 7-8 days again bleeding started, now almost 10 days have past, I am daily bleeding little amount also it is clotted.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I had an abortion 2 months before. I had my first period after 3 week. Period stopped in 3 days but after 7-8 days ag...
Looks like a case of incomplete abortion pieces may not be visible on ultrasound get a procedure for removing retained pieces under supervision of doctors. Menstrual regulation done with special syringe to sucks out pieces in opd under anesthesia, local or general take a course of antibiotics do rule out any other pathology like fibroid in uterus get ultrasound done as a routine before procedure.
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I am a girl and I am very much tensed of my Menstruation's problem sometime it comes for just 3 days some time 6 to 7 days is this any problem in me.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am a girl and I am very much tensed of my Menstruation's problem sometime it comes for just 3 days some time 6 to 7...
Menstrual flow normally occurs from 2-7 days, if not extremely heavy and if regular there is nothing much to worry about your cycle.
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I got my periods on may 25 and I got vaginal bleeding last night. I had sex on 13th of may. Am I pregnant?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I got my periods on may 25 and I got vaginal bleeding last night. I had sex on 13th of may. Am I pregnant?
As you had sex on 13/5 and then got period on 25/5, if did not have sex after last period i.e. on 25/5 then no chance of pregnancy.
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I am 20 years old. During the time of periods I never used to have pain in my stomach. But from few months back I am having a severe stomach pain during periods. What's the reason behind it? What are the measures need to be followed? Earlier I used to have bleeding from 5 to 7 days but now it's completely reduced, not even for one day. Would you plzz help me with the problem.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Bhopal
I am 20 years old. During the time of periods I never used to have pain in my stomach. But from few months back I am ...
Dysmenorrhoea is because of so many reasons if you feel pain before 2or 3 days it might you r having infection n if bleeding is less than go for haemoglobin examination n sonography to rule out possible reason start skipping not on periods time take care of hygiene n also start taking ashokaristha.
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Types of Hemorrhage

FACS, FAIS, FICS, FRSM, AWS, Diploma in Laproscopic Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Chennai
Types of Hemorrhage

In simple language, Hemorrhage is when the blood escapes from veins or blood vessels. This escape may happen because of various reasons like, for example, injury, low platelet count, threatened abortion, piles (Hemorrhoids), cancer, surgery, liver disease, brain trauma, acute bronchitis, menstrual problem and so on.  

Types of Hemorrhage: 

As a matter of fact, Hemorrhage is grouped into several categories. Hemorrhage can occur post surgery, and such a Hemorrhage is called as postoperative Hemorrhage. Similarly, for various reasons Hemorrhage can occur from the artery (Arterial Hemorrhage), vein (Venous Hemorrhage) or capillary (Capillary Hemorrhage). If Hemorrhage happens because of an injury, it is called primary Hemorrhage.  

Other types of Hemorrhage are delayed bleeding post injury (Reactionary Hemorrhage), bleeding following childbirth (Postpartum Hemorrhage), delay in bleeding following Sepsis popularly called as septic (Secondary Hemorrhage), bleeding from urine (Haematuria), bleeding while coughing (Hemoptysis) and bleeding caused in the stomach (Hematemesis). 

Further, Hemorrhage can be broadly classified into two namely internal and external:

  1. It would be needless to mention that excessive bleeding may lead to several complications. It can result in organ failure and there are instances that excessive bleeding can be fatal. On the other hand, blood loss can be external or visible Hemorrhage like those caused during an injury. There are also instances of blood loss occurring internally in which case the patient may notice blood either in the urine or stools, vagina or while coughing or through the nostrils or even from the mouth. In such cases, the patient should be rushed to a doctor who after careful examination, and tests would be able to identify the causes of the internal bleeding. 
  2. In case of external bleeding or external Hemorrhage like those caused due to an injury, you may provide the necessary first aid. When the bleeding is noticed, do not get alarmed and also try to keep the patient calm. Hemorrhage caused due to external injury would normally stop within one or two minutes. However, if the bleeding persists even after two or three minutes, such cases would require medical attention, and therefore, you should rush the patient to the doctor at the earliest. 

Remedies

There are several remedies to tackle the problem of Hemorrhage. Some of the normal procedures followed are IV fluid, oxygen, administering medicines like vitamin B12 and so on. In complicated cases, the physician may suggest bone marrow surgical procedure, Endogenous EPO or such other procedures. If Hemorrhage is left unattended, it can result in several complications. Therefore, you should rush the patient to the physician urgently.

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