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Dr. Uday Rani

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

500 at clinic
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Dr. Uday Rani is an experienced Gynaecologist in Jogeshwari East, Mumbai. You can consult Dr. Uday Rani at Rane Hospital in Jogeshwari East, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Uday Rani on Lybrate.com.

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Hi, My menstrual cycle is regular (28 days). During periods, I feel little bit discomfort on right side abdomen so I guess that right ovary was releasing egg every month. My queries are 1. Only right ovary releasing egg every month is normal or abnormal? 2. Whether both ovaries should release egg alternately every month?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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My menstrual cycle is regular (28 days). During periods, I feel little bit discomfort on right side abdomen so I ...
Normally in those who have both normal ovaries only one does not release ovum (if discomfort is at time of period it is not related to release of egg). Not necessarily alternate, body does not work like mathematical formula.
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Ragi - Many names, many benefits

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
Ragi - Many names, many benefits
Ragi - many names, many benefits

Ragi has always been known as a highly nutritious foodgrain, rich in calcium. You might notice the power of ragi when you visit the maharashtrian countryside. Known colloquially as'nachni, a staple diet of these'naachni bhaakris' and'pitla' has been the main reason behind generations of lean yet robust kids.

Finger millet is the english equivalent of ragi. Also, predominantly, used in south india, it is also a rich source of protein, fiber, iron and other minerals.
It is more nutritious than other cereals and has a host of health benefits.

1. Weight loss
Ragi is very high on fiber. Hence, it digests slowly, keeping you full for a longer time and helps you avoid excessive food consumption. This helps you shed kilos and keeps you fit.

2. Laxative
The high fiber in ragi helps to clear bowels smoothly everyday and prevents constipation.

3. Diabetes
Due to its slow digestion rate, ragi helps lower blood sugar levels. Hence, diabetics can enjoy ragi rotis/pancakes without the fear of affecting their sugar levels.

3. Bone strength
Ragi is very rich in calcium. It can be easily substituted for milk (in case of lactose intolerance) to get your daily calcium dose. You can also have ragi flour kanji as a great source of calcium. Ragi porridge can be given to growing children for bone development and to elders to avoid osteoporosis.

4. Gluten free
Ragi is free of gluten which is found in wheat and its products. Hence ragi can be easily taken by gluten sensitive people.

5. Cholesterol control
Highly fibrous, ragi helps control and lower bad cholesterol levels.

6. Anemia
Ragi is also rich in iron and hence can be beneficial for people with anemia.

Ragi mixed with milk works wonders for infants. For the elder kids, naachni khakrashighlight the health-conscious man's snack section during tea breaks. There is a huge list of south indian dishes which feature several ragi permutations and combinations (eg. Ragi idlis, ragi dosas, ragi rasam, etc.)

All in all, in the company of ragi, you have no choice but to stay healthy!
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Hello doctor, I am 26 starting in June and wife is 23. So what would be the suitable age for conceive baby for both? Ignore about family background and financial condition. Please suggest.

DGO, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hello doctor, I am 26 starting in June and wife is 23. So what would be the suitable age for conceive baby for both? ...
Its the right time as per the age criteria , and also the more to delay , in later life the more problems related to delayed conception . So plaese go ahead and plan your life as early in veiw of pregnancy and family .
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Symptoms and Causes of Depression

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, MBA (Healthcare)
Psychiatrist, Davanagere
Symptoms and Causes of Depression

Although confused with natural and temporal feelings of grief or sadness, depression is not merely a weakness or something to be taken lightly. It is quite a serious issue and can last for long periods of time. 

Depression does not merely involve feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, and worthlessness, but is much more terrible and usually has a detrimental effect on your day-to-day functioning.

There are many different types of depression. These include:

1. Major depression
2. Bipolar depression
3. Psychotic depression
4. Chronic depression (even dysthymia)
5. Seasonal depression
6. Substance-induced depression
7. Postpartum depression
8. Double depression
9. Treatment-resistant depression
10. Secondary depression
11. Masked depression

Symptoms: Signs and symptoms of clinical depression can vary depending largely on how severe it is, how long it lasts and how often it comes into play, and differs from individual to individual. While some might experience but a few signs of depression, others might experience more. Here is a list of symptoms that might indicate that you may be suffering from depression:

1. Being depressed for most parts of the day, especially in the morning
2. Feeling guilty or worthless almost every day
3. More inclined towards pessimism
4. Insomnia or hypersomnia
5. Regular contemplations of death or suicide
6. Significant weight gains or weight loss
7. Appetite loss or overeating
8. Feelings of high fatigue and low energy levels almost every day
9. Indecisiveness or impaired focus and difficulty concentrating
10. Lack of interest in almost all daily activities or hobbies, including sexual activity
11. Irritability and restlessness
12. Cramps, headaches and digestive problems which persist even with treatment

Causes: Although the exact causes of depression have not been determined as of yet, depression may be caused by a combination of a number of factors:

1. Biological differences
2. Hormonal imbalances
3. Brain chemistry
4. Inherited traits or genetic disorders.

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Hello Respected Doctors. I am 29 years old and my husband age 45 have 2kids, last night and early morning we did intercourse, but little bit pain after sex at morning. Why it happened I am worried about this, please help.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello Respected Doctors. I am 29 years old and my husband age 45 have 2kids, last night and early morning we did inte...
This is temporary if it is mild pain after sex which you never had before. You can take tablet meftal spas to get relief from this pain. If it persists then you should check your urine for any infection.
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I had sex with my bf a week before on 4th September and that was the first time I had sex. I didn't experience any bleeding but I had a lot of pain while the intercourse. I had my periods on 13th August last month and today it is 14 th of September, it has been 30 days but still I haven't had my periods. I have regular periods every month. I have a sore vaginal pain still now. What do I do? Am I pregnant? I had protected sex with good quality condoms and performed the water test on the condom every time we had intercourse. What do I do now. I'm tenses. Please help me.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
I had sex with my bf a week before on 4th September and that was the first time I had sex. I didn't experience any bl...
You have protected sex so there are no chances of pregnancy. So don't worry. Periods may get delay due to stress or faulty dietry habits. You have sore vaginal pain. I advise you to take proper balanced vegetarian diet. Take plenty of water. Take fruits and vegetables in daily diet. Avoid soap or oil on affected part, just wash with tap water properly. For proper treatment, consult me.
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Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences (BNYS)
Ayurveda, Kollam
Rice bran 5gm twice daily with jaggery will relieve your neuritis.
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Women's Health

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, FNB Reproductive Medicine, MRCOG
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
Women's Health

A low fat diet is recommended at the time of menstruation. A fatty diet might increase estrogen production and cause gynae problems.

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Hi, I am suffering from burning and itching in the vulva and vagina Large amounts of discharge Red, inflamed, painful agonizing mucous membranes Appearance of lesions Odor Abnormal bleeding Bleeding after sexual activities Dry vagina. Please help.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Your probem iss a real serious one and require a thorough physical examination.So my advise for you is to visit a gynaecologist and get yourself thoroughly investigated.
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