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Dr. Jaishine

Gynaecologist, Navi Mumbai

300 at clinic
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Dr. Jaishine is an experienced Gynaecologist in Kamothe, Navi Mumbai. You can consult Dr. Jaishine at Prachi Nursing Home in Kamothe, Navi Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Jaishine on Lybrate.com.

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Sterling Tower, Plot No 232, Sector 21, Kamothe. Landmark: Near Ardene Railway station, Navi MumbaiNavi Mumbai Get Directions
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I am 27 years old female, do breastfeeding cause irregular periods? From past 5 months I have no periods. I breastfeed my 5 months son. Pls help.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 27 years old female, do breastfeeding cause irregular periods? From past 5 months I have no periods. I breastfee...
It is common not to get period or scanty period or delayed periods when breast feeding is going on. So during this time it is important to use reliable family planning method so that either you are not worried about pregnancy now and then or don’t miss diagnosing pregnancy early.
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I am 27 years married female planning for a baby. Can you explain the fertilization process and period of the cycle in which wife and husband should meet?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I am 27 years married female planning for a baby. Can you explain the fertilization process and period of the cycle i...
Hello Lybrate user you should do sexual intercourse during ovulation periods which is from 11th to 18th of your regular menstrual cycle. During ovulation period maximum chances for conceiving.
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My marriage six month have passed but I am not conceive yet what is reason behind it please tell me some suggestions that help me.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
My marriage six month have passed but I am not conceive yet what is reason behind it please tell me some suggestions ...
Hello Lybrate user try more 6 months for better result. Try during ovulation period which is from 11th to 18th day of menses. When maximum chance for conceiving. If,further problem remain same then visit to doctor personally.
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Maine apne boyfriend ke saath unsafe sex kiya hai aur ab mujhe pregnant hone ka tension hai.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello, Agar apka period miss hota hai to miss hone k dus din bad apna ghar oar he urine pregnancy test karein aur missed period ka karan pata lagaein. Agar period miss nahi hota to ap pregnant nahi hai ye samjhe.
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I am 18 years old female. Height 5 .6.weight 60. I recently came to know that I have pcod. I am taking medicines from a month. Doctor said not to take sugar. But I love chocolates. I am not able to control my self without eating them. why shouldn't I eat chocolates n sugar. What should I eat n shoudnt eat. What r the problems with pcod. Will I face any prob during pregnancy. please give me clarity about all this.

Punjabi University, DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), NDDY(Naturopathy and Yoga)
Homeopath, Mohali
I am 18 years old female. Height 5 .6.weight 60. I recently came to know that I have pcod. I am taking medicines from...
Hi lybrate-user As you mentioned about pcod. In this life style changes are required. Healthy eating isust. Physical exercise is also needed. If you love chocolates, you can take dark chocolates .One solution is that you consult a homeo. Doctor, he will prescribe medicine after takinh your history. It will also include food cravings and aversions.
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What are the symptoms of breast cancer? Is there any concern with Swelling in nipple?

BHMS
Homeopath, Kochi
A lump in a breast Change in the size and shape of the breast or nippleSunken or inverted nipples The peeling of nipple skin or breast skin (skin ulcers) Discharge from the nipples (it may contain blood) A pain in the armpits or breast (which is not related to the woman’s menstrual period) Redness of the skin of the breast A swelling in one of the armpits Bone pain Drastic weight loss These are main symptoms of CaB. You can do a self examination by standing in front of a mirror. For more details please reply me by personal msg
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Hi. This question is for oncologist. I am having breast pain from last 6 month. I visited gyno she give me capsule episoft e.and also told for sonography. I did sonography everything is normal. I have fear of cancer. I dont want to die I am just 28 years. She told me this is only mastalgia. Full month one and off having pain. I want to show you my son report also. Please advise is there anything serious.

BHMS,PGDPC At Motiwala Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital Nashik, PGDPC
Homeopath, Nashik
Take Homoeopathic medicine for best results. Do not worry. It is not serious problem. 1.Use hot or cold compresses on your breasts. 2.Wear a firm support bra, fitted by a professional if possible. 3.Wear a sports bra during exercise, especially when your breasts may be more sensitive. 4.Experiment with relaxation therapy, which can help control the high levels of anxiety associated with severe breast pain. 5.Limit or eliminate caffeine, a dietary change some women find helpful, although medical studies of caffeine’s effect on breast pain and other premenstrual symptoms have been inconclusive. 6.Follow a low-fat diet and eat more complex carbohydrates, a strategy that’s helped some women with breast pain in observational studies.
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I have a miscarriage. But without usg Dr. suspects that it's nt miscarriage. I got period bleeding on that time. Dr. in her hospital gave me pause 500 injection. Is this right treatment.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
Pause injection is to stop your bleeding, and you need to do usg to know that whether you hv miscarriage or not.
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Importance of Vitamin A For Your Health!

MBBS
General Physician, Chittorgarh
Importance of Vitamin A For Your Health!

Vitamin a, a fat-soluble vitamin, is a potent antioxidant that performs a wide host of functions that are critical for the functioning of the body. In humans, most commonly, it is consumed in two forms:
Animal-based foods rich in active vitamin a or retinol
Plant-based foods rich in pro-vitamin a or carotenoids.
Of the two, animal-based foods (retinol) can be directly assimilated by the body whereas plant based foods (carotenoids) have to be converted to retinol and then taken.
Let us give a quick glance at the critical roles played by vitamin a in the human body, thereby making it an indispensable vitamin in the human body.

1. Promotes eye health
Vitamin a, the key component of rhodopsin, an eye-compound that ensures clear vision prevents night as well as color blindness in humans. Vitamin a also checks macular degeneration which is the common cause of blindness in the elderly.

2. Ensures healthy skin
Retinol deficiency causes the skin cells to dry out prematurely and therefore could be a reason for dry, scaly and flaky skin. Vitamin a nourishes the skin cells and promotes a healthy and glowing skin. Recent studies showcase that a healthy dose of vitamin a also prevents skin cancer by maintaining the production of new skin cells.

3. Boosts immunity
Being a potent anti-oxidant, vitamin a reverses cell damage caused by free radicals and strengthens the immune system. It helps to prevent diseases such as cancer, flu and the common cold. Deficiency of the nutrient may render you susceptible to infections as well.

4. Strengthens bones
Vitamin a helps to strengthen the bones and teeth. A majority of age-related skeletal issues can be prevented if the body has vitamin a in the adequate quantities. It also plays an important role in the healthy growth of the muscular system as well.

How much vitamin a do you actually need?

As per the recommended dietary allowance, an adult (man) must have at least 900 micrograms and an adult (woman) must have 700 micrograms of vitamin a in a day. Pregnant women must consume at least 770 micrograms of vitamin a on a daily basis.

Where do you get vitamin a naturally from?
1. Carrots, a single carrot has over 200% of the daily need of vitamin a.
2. Sweet potatoes are nutrient dense roots and contain double the amount of vitamin a compared to a carrot.
3. Mangoes, the king of fruits is not to be left behind when discussing vitamin a. One whole mango has enough to satiate your need for a day.
 

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