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Dr. Mala Sinha  - Gynaecologist, Patna

Dr. Mala Sinha

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secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in adv...

Gynaecologist, Patna

5 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Mala Sinha 91% (37 ratings) secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery,... Gynaecologist, Patna
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Dr. Mala Sinha is a renowned Gynaecologist in Bhootnath Road, Patna. She has over 5 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She studied and completed secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique . You can meet Dr. Mala Sinha personally at Pushpanjali Multispeciality Hospital in Bhootnath Road, Patna. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Mala Sinha on Lybrate.com.

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secondary DNB - Deen Dayal Upadhyay hospital, new Delhi - 2017
DGO - RIMS,Ranchi - 2013
fellowship in minimal access surgery - world laparoscopy hospital,gurugram - 2017
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observership in advanced reproductive technique - southened fertility centre - 2017
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What Are The Causes And Symptoms Of PCOS In Women?

secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique
Gynaecologist, Patna
What Are The Causes And Symptoms Of PCOS In Women?

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder of the endocrine system in women. It has been found that women suffering from PCOS have enlarged ovaries. These bigger ovaries contain fluids called follicles. During an ultrasound examination, these follicles are seen. If you are suffering from irregular or prolonged menstrual periods, acne, obesity and uncontrolled hair growth, you can get yourself tested for PCOS. However, doctors have failed to determine the exact cause of PCOS. This condition can have dangerous consequences and affect the overall health of the patient. If left untreated, it can cause type 2 diabetes or heart diseases.

What happens in PCOS?
Women suffering from this disorder experience a hormonal imbalance in their body. The hormone changes triggers multiple issues in the body. Sometimes, the body produces an excess of sex hormone. Women may develop masculine features due to overproduction of male hormones or androgens. There might be an imbalance in insulin levels, increasing the risk of developing diabetes.

What causes PCOS?
Surprisingly, the exact cause of PCOS is not known. Researchers have not been able to pinpoint the exact cause for developing PCOS. However, some believe that the cause has hereditary links. People with a family history of diabetes are more prone to have PCOD.

Symptoms of PCOS
The symptoms of PCOS are usually mild in nature during the initial stage. In the beginning, only a few symptoms are detectable. These include acne, obesity and extra hair growth on the face, thinning of hair on the scalp and irregular periods. The symptoms often get unnoticed by the patient first.

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My wife is 12-13 weeks pregnant (LMP 5th December 2017). She underwent USG level 1 and a double marker blood test on 1st March. All attributes are normal but for one reading. The placenta is posterior. Its inferior limit extends down to the internal os. What does this mean and how dangerous could it be. She had three miscarriage earlier (around 8-10 weeks)

secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique
Gynaecologist, Patna
My wife is 12-13 weeks pregnant (LMP 5th December 2017). She underwent USG level 1 and a double marker blood test on ...
Placenta may go up upto 20 week, if not then it is known as placenta previa. Risk is there may be bleeding any time, sometime baby growth is slow.
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What Are The Side Effects Of Uterine Prolapse?

secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique
Gynaecologist, Patna
What Are The Side Effects Of Uterine Prolapse?

The uterus or womb is a strong structure that is held up by the pelvic muscles and tendons. In case that these muscles or tendons extend or get distinctly powerless, they are no longer ready to support the uterus, bringing about prolapse. Uterine prolapse happens when the uterus hangs or slips from its ordinary position, into the vagina or birth channel.

Uterine prolapse might be fragmented or complex. A deficient prolapse happens when the uterus is just halfway drooping into the vagina. An entire prolapse depicts a circumstance in which the uterus falls so far down that some tissue rests outside of the vagina.

The danger of having a prolapsed uterus increases as a woman ages and her estrogen levels diminish. Estrogen is the hormone that keeps the pelvic muscles solid. Harm to pelvic muscles and tissues during pregnancy and labor may likewise lead to prolapse. Women with more than one vaginal birth and in their postmenopausal period are under the most significant risk. Any action that puts weight on the pelvic muscles can expand your danger of a uterine prolapse. Different variables that can increase your risk for the condition include:

  1. Obesity
  2. Constant coughing
  3. Constipation

Women who have a minor uterine prolapse might not have any side effects. Direct to serious prolapse may bring about side effects, for example:

  1. Having an inclination that you are sitting on a ball
  2. Vaginal bleeding
  3. Expanded discharge
  4. Issues with sex
  5. Feeling the uterus or cervix leaving the vagina
  6. A pulling or substantial feeling in the pelvis
  7. Constipation
  8. Bladder infections

In case that you experience these symptoms, it is important to see your specialist. Without appropriate diagnosis, the condition can weaken your vagina, bladder, and sexual capacity. Treatment is not generally fundamental for this condition. In case that prolapse is serious, talk with your specialist about which treatment choice is suitable for you. Nonsurgical medicines include:

  1. Shedding pounds to take the strain off of pelvic structures
  2. Maintaining a strategic distance from truly difficult work
  3. Doing Kegel works out, which are pelvic floor exercises that strengthen the vaginal muscles
  4. Taking estrogen substitution treatment
  5. Wearing a pessary, which is a device embedded into the vagina that fits under the cervix and pushes up and settles the uterus and cervix

Surgical medications include uterine suspension or hysterectomy. During uterine suspension, your specialist puts the uterus once again into its normal position by reattaching pelvic tendons or utilizing surgical materials. During a hysterectomy, your specialist expels the uterus from the body through the stomach area or the vagina. Surgery is usually successful; however, it is not suggested for women who anticipate having a baby later on.

I am suffering from pcod. My lower body have soo much fat. I am doing exercise. I'm suffering from acne problem too. Can you help me out.

secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique
Gynaecologist, Patna
I am suffering from pcod. My lower body have soo much fat. I am doing exercise. I'm suffering from acne problem too. ...
Took krimson 35 one time daily for 21 days, then after 2_3 days your period will come, then again 4m 5th day start the cycle. Repeat for 3 months.
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How To Deal With Swollen Legs In Pregnancy?

secondary DNB, DGO, fellowship in minimal access surgery, observership in advanced reproductive technique
Gynaecologist, Patna
How To Deal With Swollen Legs In Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is a normal life function that many women go through. Yet, this is a part of life where one has to take special care of one’s health and condition as there are many biological changes that happen in one’s body. Swollen legs and ankles are a common part of one’s pregnancy. This condition is most commonly known as edema and it usually occurs when fluid collects in the tissue. This, in turn, happens when the blood chemistry changes and the fluid get routed to the tissue. This is a common occurrence due to the hormonal changes that one goes through during pregnancy. The condition usually troubles pregnant ladies during their third trimester.

Read on to find out the various ways in which one can deal with it.

  1. When to call a doctor: Call a doctor or a midwife for a thorough check up if you happen to see any puffiness or swelling in your face and eyes. This could point at a more serious problem like the onset of preeclampsia. Also, if you happen to notice that one leg is more swollen than the other, then you may want to see a doctor about it, as it could mean that there is a blood clot in the leg.
  2. Put your feet up: This is especially important if you are at a desk all day. The best way to deal with such swelling is to put your feet up every once in a while, so that the swelling may reduce. You can use a foot stool or even a pile of books for this purpose.
  3. Breaks: If you are constantly sitting or lying down, it would be a good idea to give it a break and walk around a little so that there is better blood circulation. This also keeps the blood from pooling into the lower regions of the legs, which can prevent an increase in the swelling.
  4. Comfortable footwear: One should stick to flat and comfortable footwear with an even elevation as well as foam soles so that the comfort level while walking and standing is optimum. Choose your shoes so that they can accommodate your swelling instead of pinching your feet. Also, you can choose to wear snug socks and stockings, which will form a band around your feet. This will ensure that the swelling does not increase to a painful level. At the same time, you must avoid socks that have bands, which are too tight as this may lead to blood pooling and subsequent swelling in the legs and ankles.
  5. Water: Drinking plenty of water ensures that there is less fluid retention. This is one of the best ways of fighting edema whether or not you are pregnant.

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Hi, I have seven year old son, we are trying for second baby but failed to conceive. I did my anti mullerian hormone (AMH) test that is 1.14, what is meaning of low AMH. And what is D&C, when it should be done.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Patna
Hi, I have seven year old son, we are trying for second baby but failed to conceive. I did my anti mullerian hormone ...
Low AMH means your ovaries r not producing much follicles, which get mature into good quality eggs. D&C is done for diagnosing whether it cycle is proliferative or secretary. Which helps in decision of cause for infertility.
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I went for a semen test. The report shows sperm count as 75 millions per ml. Ph = 7.6 Active motile = 65% Sluggish motile = 5% Non motile = 20% Abnormal forms= 10% Liquefaction time= 25 min Kindly advise, is this report normal for planning a baby.Please suggest something for conceive.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Patna
I went for a semen test.
The report shows sperm count as 75 millions per ml. Ph = 7.6
Active motile = 65%
Sluggish mo...
Reports are normal. Try to cohab with your partner during fertile period (from D8 toD20) of menses.
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