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Dr. Vijaya Rani

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Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Vijaya Rani is a renowned Gynaecologist in Versova, Mumbai. He has completed MBBS . You can consult Dr. Vijaya Rani at Dr. Vijaya Rani (AASHNA NURSING HOME) in Versova, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vijaya Rani on Lybrate.com.

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Ground Floor And First Floor, A-101, Aditi Society, Opp. Versova Telephone Exchange, Four Bunglows, Mhada, Near Rto, Andheri (W)Mumbai Get Directions
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Please help me to get my period immediately within 2 days I have function I enjoy freely. My age is 21 years old I m married but now a days I do not have sex. My last date is 21 dec.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Please help me to get my period immediately within 2 days I have function I enjoy freely. My age is 21 years old I m ...
It's not possible to have your periods immediately. Medicines for withdrawal to be taken for 3 days at leat and after that it takes at least 48 hrs to get periods.
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My vagina is bleeding since yesterday after intercourse. Even my abdomen is paining. Please suggest me some medication. Is this normal?

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Homeopath, Kolkata
I think you need to visit your local doctor for the same. Till the time you can take arnica 30 - at an interval of 1 hour upto three doses in a row. Yous should take rest. Also take mag phos 12x - thrice daily for next 2 days. If there is a hymen rupture its normal that you will experience some bleeding--but if this does not stops then you need to take medical assistance.
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Meri period date 15 July thi but 3 din ho gya period miss ho gya hai maine kit se check kits but negative aaya kya main pregnant hu ya nai.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Meri period date 15 July thi but 3 din ho gya period miss ho gya hai maine kit se check kits but negative aaya kya ma...
Repeaturine test after a week or 10 days. Sometimes early pregnancy is not detected by urine. You may go for a blood test Beta HCG for conformation ,if required.
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How Exercise Can Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis

M. Ch. (Orthopedic), MS - Orthopaedics, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), MBBS
Orthopedist, Gurgaon
How Exercise Can Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you are middle aged and can feel pain in your joints and can see them get inflamed and turn red, chances are that you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. An early diagnosis can help control it through medication, lifestyle changes and exercise.

Exercise is one of the most important aspects of the treatment of this disease. Exercise has many benefits for a rheumatoid arthritis patient. Some of these are: 

  1. Increased flexibility: Exercise helps relieve the stiffness caused by the disease and keeps your joints flexible. 
  2. Stronger muscles and bones: This helps strengthen the muscles that support joints. It also helps strengthen bones by making them denser and thus preventing fractures. 
  3. Pain management: When you exercise, the joints are kept flexible and the pain associated with moving them is reduced. 
  4. A healthier heart: Rheumatoid arthritis increases the risk of suffering from heart disease. By exercising regularly, the heart muscles are kept healthy and there are lowered chances of heart diseases. 
  5. More energy: Exercising boosts energy production, helps you sleep better and makes you a happier person. 

Before you begin exercising consult your doctor to see what kind of exercises are suitable for you and what should be avoided.

Your exercise plan should cover these three points: 

  1. Cardio: Avoid high impact exercises like running on paved roads and instead create a low impact exercise routine for yourself. Walking, swimming and cycling are good forms of exercise to increase your heart rate. Try and exercise for 30 minutes a day. 
  2. Flexibility: Exercise is the only way to fight stiffness in joints. Do gentle stretches that are relaxing and do not hurt. Stretching a good way to warm up before cardio but should never be hurried. If a muscle starts paining while you re stretching it, stop immediately. 
  3. Strength training: This sort of exercise helps build muscle strength and can be done in a gym or at home. Lifting hand held weights, working with resistance bands and using your own weight to create resistance are some ways of strength training. Start by doing these exercises every alternate day. As your muscles get stronger, you can increase the number of sets of each exercise. Avoid heavy weight lifting. The important part of exercising is to be regular. Exercising with a friend can help you stay motivated. Setting goals for yourself in terms of number of hours a week can also help keep you moving.
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Recently I had menses problem so I went to a doctor. He asked me to do usg of whole abdomen. I did so. And the result says it is bilateral ovarian cyst. What is a bilateral ovarian cyst? Is it harmful? Can it be cure with medicine? Please help me.

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Homeopath, Hyderabad
Recently I had menses problem so I went to a doctor. He asked me to do usg of whole abdomen. I did so. And the result...
Hi, It means you have CYST in Your OVARIES- PCOD: Ovarian Cysts: Ovarian cysts are fairly common. They are fluid-filled sacs that form in or on a woman's ovaries. Symptoms of ovarian cysts depend to a large extent on the size of the cyst. Many ovarian cysts produce no symptoms. Large or ruptured ovarian cysts can cause symptoms including pain, pelvic pressure or discomfort. Some types of ovarian cysts (polycystic ovary syndrome and cysts related to endometriosis) may make it more difficult for a woman to get pregnant. Simple ovarian cysts (functional cysts) can sometimes be seen during pregnancy. Dermoid cysts and other types of cysts can also occur in pregnant women. The sudden onset of severe pain is the characteristic symptom of a ruptured (burst) ovarian cyst. Ruptured dermoid cysts may require surgery due to irritation of the internal organs from the contents of the cyst. Larger cysts may require surgery to remove the cyst or a biopsy to rule out cancer. TYPES OF CYSTS: What Are the Types of Ovarian Cysts? The most common types of ovarian cysts are: Follicular cyst: A follicular cyst is simple cyst can form when ovulation does not occur or when a mature follicle involutes (collapses on itself). A follicular cyst usually forms at the time of ovulation, and can grow to about 2-3 inches in diameter. The rupture of this type of cyst can create sharp severe pain on the side of the involved ovary. This sharp pain (sometimes called mittelschmerz) occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle, during ovulation. About one-fourth of women with this type of cyst experience pain. Usually, these cysts produce no symptoms and disappear by themselves within a few weeks or months. Corpus luteum cyst: A corpus luteum cyst is a functional ovarian cyst that occurs after an egg has been released from a follicle. Following ovulation, the follicle becomes what is known as a corpus luteum. If a pregnancy doesn't occur, the corpus luteum usually breaks down and disappears. It may, however, fill with fluid or blood and persist on the ovary. Usually, this cyst is found on only one side and produces no symptoms. Hemorrhagic cyst: A hemorrhagic cyst is a functional cyst that occurs when bleeding occurs within a cyst. Symptoms of this type of cyst is abdominal pain on one side of the body. Dermoid cyst: A dermoid cyst is a benign tumor sometimes referred to as mature cystic teratoma. It is an abnormal cyst that usually affects younger women and may grow to 6 inches in diameter. A dermoid cyst can contain other types of body tissues such as fat and occasionally bone, hair, and cartilage. The ultrasound appearance of this type of cyst can vary because of the spectrum of its contents, but a CT scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can show the presence of fat and/or dense calcifications. These cysts can become inflamed. They can also cause the ovary to twist on a stalk (a condition known as ovarian torsion), compromising the blood supply and causing severe abdominal pain. Endometriomas or endometrioid cysts: Endometriomas or endometrioid cysts are a manifestation of the condition known as endometriosis, this type of cyst is formed when endometrial tissue (the lining tissue of the uterus) is present on the ovaries. It affects women during the reproductive years and may cause chronic pelvic pain both associated with, and remote from, menstruation. Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial glands and tissue outside the uterus. Women with endometriosis may have problems becoming pregnant. Endometrioid cysts, often filled with dark, reddish-brown blood, may range in size from 0.75-8 inches. Due to the color of the old blood frequently found within the cysts, they have been referred to as "chocolate cysts. Polycystic ovaries: A polycystic ovary is diagnosed based on its enlarged size - usually twice that of normal - with many small cysts underlying the surface of the ovary. This condition can be found in healthy women and in women with hormonal (endocrine) disorders. An ultrasound may be helpful in diagnosing this condition. Polycystic ovary is different from the polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which includes other symptoms and physiological abnormalities in addition to the presence of ovarian cysts. Polycystic ovarian syndrome involves metabolic and cardiovascular risks linked to insulin resistance. These risks include impaired glucose tolerance, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is associated with infertility, abnormal bleeding, increased incidences of miscarriage, and pregnancy-related complications. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is extremely common and is thought to occur in 4%-7% of reproductive age women. PCOS also is associated with an increased risk for endometrial cancer. Other tests other than ultrasound are required to diagnose polycystic ovarian syndrome. Cystadenoma: A cystadenoma is a type of benign tumor that develops from ovarian tissue. They may be filled with a mucous-type fluid material. Cystadenomas can become very large and may measure 12 inches or more in diameter. Ovarian cancers: Most ovarian cysts are benign (non-cancerous); however, rarely, ovarian cysts may be related to ovarian cancers. So once consult a gynaecologist she can rule out whether it's a normal cyst or what? According to cyst size, then she advise medication. Best take homeoathy treatment for permanent results.
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I am suffering from irregular periods since I got matured. It's been 13 years still this continues. I have consulted many doctors regarding this, they suggest a course of tablets for 3 months and then it becomes regular for few months but again in vain. Please suggest a proper solution.

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I am suffering from irregular periods since I got matured. It's been 13 years still this continues. I have consulted ...
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