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Dr. Shilva  - Gynaecologist, Panchkula

Dr. Shilva

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Ex Senior Resident

Gynaecologist, Panchkula

14 Years Experience  ·  400 - 600 at clinic
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Dr. Shilva MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Ex Senior Resident Gynaecologist, Panchkula
14 Years Experience  ·  400 - 600 at clinic
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Dr Shilva, M.D. is Senior Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula. Dr. Shilva provides care of full spectrum of women's health and has a special interest is in Painless delivery, PCOD, Infertiliy Management and Cosmetic Gynecology .Her other clinical interests include minimally invasive surgery (Laproscopic Hysterectomy), uterine fibroids, endometrial ablation, colposcopy, as well as general obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Shilva is a 2000 graduate of Govt. Medical College, Patiala. She completed her post graduation in PGIMER Chandigarh in 2005. After doing her Senior Residency in PGI Chandigarh she was appointed Specialist Medical Officer in Haryana Civil Medical Service where she had a brief stint and later joined private hospital as Head of Department.Presently she is Senior Consultant in Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula and has a roaring practice.Dr Shilva also has a small residential Clinic for OPD consultation only where she is available only by appointment.She is a recognized expert in painless delivery and also has special interest in Cosmetic Gynecology.She was also awarded for her outstanding services by Paras Bliss Hospital.


MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - PGIMER , Chandigarh - 2005
Ex Senior Resident - PGI Chandigarh - 2005
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Medical Council of India (MCI)
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)


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I have hit on breast, 4 days ago. Take medicine and oil ment. But I don't relief pain. What should I do?

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Get some ice packs done on affected area for two three times, ten minutes each time. If symptoms persists you personally consult a Doctor, Get well soon.
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Hi Dr, I am 28 yes old. My question is I have take high doses hormonal medicine for my ovarian cyst according to my gain prescription now I feel mild nauseaness. Now I feel nauseaNess. I wanted to know why this nauseaness?

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Due to the gastritis, some medicine gives gastritis trouble shoot so take any Antigastritis medicine before taking hormonal tab, and drink plenty of water.
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Hi, I'm 28 weeks pregnant and the recent test report shows that my calcium is 8.7 mg/dL which I believe, is good enough for third trimester. I have been taking 2 calcium tablets (Shelcal-500) daily since the end of first trimester. Now when I mentioned leg cramps (it happens sometimes), my doctor prescribed me Carnisure-500 twice a day and also an additional calcium tablet a day. Are these new additions really necessary, especially when my calcium levels are good? The leg cramps could be due to the Vena Cava also, right? I really don't want to take more medicines if they aren't absolutely necessary? Please advise.

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you may be putting more burden on legs by walking more. prop up legs to rest on a stool while you are on chair to do anything you like do some stretching exercises which don't hurt legs but keep the limbs firm calcium levels are low and your demands of resources will be maximum during last 3 months. no harm in taking 2 tablets of calcium as suggested by your doctor
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Sir I have done unprotected sex after 4 day of my periods .my period was started on 24 and over on 26 and I have done unprotected sex on 28. Can I get pregnant plzz help me.

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Dear user. You had sex on the third day of your periods and therefore there is no chance of pregnancy. Don't worry. Take care.

All About Meningitis

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All About Meningitis

Arguably one of the most fatal diseases that threaten human life, Meningitis has been the cause of a lot of recent deaths. Essentially Meningitis is triggered off by the anomalous inflammation of the protective membranes called meninges in the brain and spinal cord. Spurred by some sort of a bacterial or viral attack, this condition emanates from an infection of the fluids in the cranial chamber. Often such conditions are also stimulated by some external injury, cancerous development or even certain kinds of reaction from a given drug or the other. 

Depending on the precise cause of the disease, Meningitis may be categorized as Bacterial Meningitis, Viral Meningitis or Fungal Meningitis. Other forms of Meningitis include parasitic Meningitis, Amebic Meningitis and Non-Infectious Meningitis. Meningitis could potentially be contagious. Through lengthy and proximal contact like coughing or kissing, if saliva or spit gets exchanged, Meningitis causing germs may spread from one person to the other.

Bacterial Meningitis
Streptococcus pneumoniae and Neisseria Meningitidis are the two of the most rampant Meningitis causing bacteria. They have the potential of causing irreversible damage to several vital organs. However, with substantive progress in medical science, effective and suitable medication has been made available to the larger populace. But, immediate attention is imperative in this case.

Viral Meningitis
Viral Meningitis is relatively milder than the other forms of meningitis. Enteroviruses, arboviruses and herpes virus are some of the most common sources of this kind of Meningitis. People with strong immunity are usually able to overcome this without much ado. Vaccines are available widely in the markets to cure viral meningitis.

Fungal Meningitis
Fungal Meningitis are caused primarily from external influences. Inhaling fungal spores from the environment is one of the most prominent factors that lead to Meningitis. People suffering from fatal diseases like cancer, diabetes or HIV are more susceptible to fungal Meningitis. While these are a few of the primary forms of meningitis, other triggers to this disease occur due to various environmental interventions. These are consequent upon interactions with various disease causing allergens. Cure to meningitis is available in the form of surgery or sustained medication.

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I had sex with my boyfriend. His fore skin was teared and the blood entered my vagina. Is there the risk of pregnancy or I should consult a doctor.

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Tearing of foreskin and entrance of blood cannot cause pregnancy. For pregnancy ejaculation is needed. However please check urine pregnancy test if days crossed.
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Would an early pregnancy test be accurate if its been 3 weeks since conception and the day before a missed period.

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Would an early pregnancy test be accurate if its been 3 weeks since conception and the day before a missed period.
If it’s blood hCG then yes, it’s correct. But if it’s urine pregnancy test, then it may not be correct.

Kegel exercises

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Kegel exercises

You've probably read about kegel exercises a million times before. Perhaps you even clench and release your pelvic floor muscles each time you come across an article like this one. But if you haven't made them a daily habit yet, and aren't sure whether or not you need to--here's some help.


1. They can keep incontinence at bay
As you grow older, your pelvic floor muscles--responsible for giving you control over your bladder and bowels--get weaker. Which means every time you sneeze or laugh or cough on a full bladder, chances are a little urine will leak out. Doing kegel exercises can strengthen these muscles, and make sure you are always in control.

2. They can help your body cope with childbirth
Pregnancy can wreak havoc on your body--especially the pelvic floor muscles, making incontinence a reality much before age catches up. Moreover, many women also complain of lessened sexual arousal after childbirth. Enter: kegels. Practice them before and after you give birth to keep incontinence at bay and well. Enjoy sex much like before.

3. They can give you stronger orgasms
Did you know: kegels can help you get a better grip on your partner's member during intercourse? they can also help you achieve coveted multiple orgasmsm, and tone those much-needed vaginal muscles.

How do I know I am doing them right?
Clenching is not the problem; finding the right muscle to clench, however, is.

So, begin by identifying the muscles in question. The next time you're on the pot, try to stop urinating mid-way. Those muscles that helped you do just that are the ones to work on. (keep in mind that kegels should be done on an empty bladder, and that stopping the urine flow too often can lead to urinary tract infections.)

Now, lie on your back on the floor, knees bent--legs hip-width apart--and flex the muscles for 3 to 5 second, and release them for 3 to 5 seconds. Do 3 reps of 10 seconds each day. Once you're comfortable and confident, you can practice the kegel exercise while sitting at your desk or standing in the metro train.

So what are you waiting for? let the kegels begin!
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My ovulation day is 28 th day of LMP having period cycle 40 days 19th day after ovulation i observed low bleeding like 1 or 2 drops with back pains is this a period or implantiion bleeding yesterday i checked pregnency test it is negative.

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U need to wait minimum 12 days to get your pregnancy test positive after ovulation test to know if you are pregnant.
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