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Dhanashri Apt, NDA Pashan Road, Bavdhan. Landmark : Near Hotel Nebula, Pune Pune
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Benefits Of Homeopathic Treatment

B.Sc, BHMS
Homeopath, Lucknow

Homeopathy is a medical system which is popular for the treatment of chronic and recurring diseases of all types such as skin diseases, joint diseases, auto-immune diseases, etc. It is also popular for the treatment of acute diseases such as colds and flues, throat and lung infections, aches, pains, and injuries, diarrhea, dysentery, and more. It is not usually indicated for critical diseases such as severe infections such as malaria, pneumonia, tuberculosis, heart or kidney failures, accidents, etc.
 
The major benefits with homeopathy could be listed as under:
1.    Effective
2.    Gives lasting relief
3.    Free from side effects
 
1. Effective:
Homeopathy, especially, is very effective for the treatment of chronic diseases of long standing. And, for those diseases which keep on re-appearing after every few days, months or years. Effectiveness of homeopathy in recurring diseases such as migraine, allergies, acne, autism, arthritis, asthma, rheumatism, psoriasis, etc. is a hallmark of homeopathy. All the diseases cannot be described here, obviously.
 
2. Gives lasting relief:
Well, even the conventional medicine is effective. Then, why homeopathy? The superiority of homeopathy is in a fact that the relief offered by it in the treatment of chronic diseases is quite lasting for many months or years. This lasting relief is achieved because homeopathy treats the root of the diseases. The approach in homeopathy is such that it addresses the patient’s physical, disease, emotional, emotional and genetic totality; and treats the disease traits rather than treating diseases superficially. Depending on the nature of the diseases and its cause, the cure achieved by homeopathy may last for a very long time, many times for over decades or more.
 
3. Safe and free from side-effects:
Homeopathy is essentially a safe system of medicine, free from any adverse effects if used correctly. The format of the medicine is such that the medicines are devoid of any toxic substance, hence absolutely harmless. Homeopathy is safe for newborn babies, pregnant women, and elderly patients as well as for those patients who have delicate health.
Some of the other benefits and advantages of homeopathy include its cost-effectiveness, easy to administer, child-friendliness and it can be used along with other forms of medications.

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Early Sign and Symptoms of Pregnancy

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Pune

There are so many reasons for you to think that you might be pregnant. Your period is missing or it’s late. You forgot to take pills. You are feeling some changes in your body. Missed or delayed period is the most common first sign of pregnancy. There are many other symptoms of early pregnancy like morning sickness, fatigue, light bleeding, breast changes and many others. 

The first symptoms of pregnancy differ from a woman to another. Some women notice early pregnancy symptoms one day after the first missed menstruation. Others experience them within the first two or three weeks of pregnancy while many do not experience them at all. We will discuss these most common early signs of pregnancy in this article.

Early signs of pregnancy

Whether you were trying to have a baby or just wondering if you were pregnant. Here are 10 early signs of pregnancy.


Missed or delayed period

Does missing your menstruation mean you are pregnant? A delayed period is considered as the earliest and most obvious symptom of pregnancy. After conception, the body starts producing and releasing the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) pregnancy hormone to maintain pregnancy. This hormone sends a message to your ovaries telling them to stop releasing eggs every month and that's how your period won't be arriving on the regular time.

You should know that not every delayed period means you are pregnant. There are plenty of explanations for your missed menstruation other than pregnancy. You might have been sexually inactive, still taking pills or stopped taking them recently. Stress, fatigue, fast weight gain or loss and hormonal problems are other possibilities for a missed period. 

If your period is not regular, or you weren’t trucking your menstruation monthly, the following signs can appear before you notice your delayed period.

Morning nausea

A couple of weeks after conception, some women experience morning nausea or sickness. Morning nausea is an early sign of pregnancy that can occur even before noticing that the period is missing. The rising estrogen in the body causes this ill feeling. Most women are relieved by the 14th week of pregnancy, while for others, it persists throughout all the pregnancy.

Light bleeding or spotting

For any woman who is planning to get pregnant, seeing any bleeding can be disappointing. It could be mistaken for a period bleeding. If the spotting is lighter than usual, it could be an implantation bleeding. It happens when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining.

Breast changes

The rising level of hormones related to pregnancy, causes breast sensitivity and soreness. It is the first physical sign of early pregnancy. It is felt as heaviness or tenderness of the breast. This symptom appears usually in the first trimester of the pregnancy and decreases typically after several weeks. You may also notice the area around your nipple (areola) getting darker, it is also due to hormonal changes.

Fatigue

Feeling tired all the time? even exhausted, all of a sudden, doing minimal efforts? It can be a symptom of pregnancy. As the body passes through multiple changes in preparation for carrying a baby, fatigue sets in. It's a nonspecific sign of early pregnancy. The rapidly increasing level of the progesterone hormone also causes unusual sleepiness.

Food cravings

Food cravings are sudden desires to eat a certain kind of food. They can affect any woman during pregnancy and the craving can be for very uncommon types of food. Many women describe it as a sudden urge to eat unusual food combinations including those that they normally don't like at all. Unlike cravings, food aversion is feeling nausea or sickness for some kind of food.

Mood swings

One of the common signs of early pregnancy is mood swings. Experiencing intense emotions or suddenly falling in tears for no reason are other consequences of hormonal changes of pregnancy. Don’t worry, it is totally normal and can be related to stress or other factors.

Increased urination

If you start going to the bathroom more often than usual, that might be a sign of pregnancy. Increased urination is an early sign of pregnancy that appears shortly after conception. The growing uterus and the hormonal changes cause your bladder to fill more quickly leading to frequent urination. Make sure you stay hydrated.

Vaginal discharge

In the first weeks of pregnancy, some women notice a milky thick vaginal discharge. In the early stage of pregnancy, the vaginal walls thicken, and the vaginal secretions increase to protect the baby from infections. Non-associated with itching or burning (signs of infection), this vaginal discharge might be a sign of pregnancy.  If you feel itching or burning, you must consult a doctor, it can be a sign of infection that needs treatment.

Constipation

Another reason to blame hormones is constipation. The increased levels of the progesterone slow down the digestion and, in turn, causes constipation.


There are plenty of other early signs of pregnancy like headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting, sensitivity to certain smells. Many of them can persist during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy like mood changes, increased urination, fatigue, food cravings, and aversions.

These symptoms may differ in quality or severity. The same woman may have a different experience with different signs in every pregnancy. You can still not experience none of these signs of early pregnancy and be pregnant. Some women don’t figure out they are pregnant from the first weeks, it can take them months to know.

What is next if I had early signs of pregnancy?

If after reading all the explanations of the early signs of pregnancy, you’ re still not sure of your pregnancy, there is one only way to be confirmed, the pregnancy test. Except for ultrasonography test, all the other pregnancy tests measure the level of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) which is the pregnancy hormone.

Read the pregnancy test guide article, which gives more detailed information about all the possible tests you can take to confirm your pregnancy. If you have any doubts, it is important to you to consult the pregnancy doctor, you can ask questions and get all the answers you want and make sure everything is alright. The doctor will provide you with all the information you need for your pregnancy and helps you plan for it. You can also have advice about your self-care. Book an appointment to consult with doctor.

Could these signs be premenstrual syndrome?

Many of early signs of pregnancy can be mistaken for premenstrual syndrome (PMS). In the last half of a woman’s menstrual cycle, the premenstrual syndrome can occur. It’s a combination of psychological and physical disturbances that end with the period flow.

These symptoms are fatigue, mood swings, stress, breast tenderness and soreness. You may notice that these signs can be very similar to those experienced in early pregnancy. They are not specific and the only way to distinguish between them is to take a pregnancy test. The arrival of a period is a confirmation of premenstrual syndrome.

The premenstrual syndrome can be different from cycle to cycle and, like the early signs of pregnancy, each symptom can vary in duration and severity from a woman to another.

Whether you are having early signs of pregnancy or just experiencing the premenstrual syndrome, it is important to manage your stress, dietary changes, and medication.

Tips and advice

Some early signs of pregnancy can cause discomfort. There are some good self-care tips and remedies to help you relieve some unpleasant symptoms.

  • Eat small frequent meals to combat nausea. And make sure you are well hydrated
  • Wear a comfortable bra that could support your sore breasts
  • Avoid constipation by eating fibers. Have a good quantity of fruits and vegetables in your meals
  • Keep your weight controlled by following a suitable diet. You can consult the doctor to see what is good for your pregnancy
  • Once pregnant, don’t take any medications without consulting with your doctor. Many antibiotics and medications are safe during pregnancy, but you must see the doctor to confirm it
  • Stay away from alcohol, cigarette, and drugs. They are not good for you and for your growing baby
  • Both PMS and early signs of pregnancy need emotional support.

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Post-Partum Symptoms Arising From The Human Energy Field

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Post-Partum Symptoms Arising From The Human Energy Field

Post-Partum Symptoms Arising From the Human Energy Field

Of all the energy healing clients I've worked with since the 1980s, my postpartum women are some of the nearest and dearest to me. I think this is because, once they can return home feeling better, the lives of the little ones that depend so directly on them are also made better, not to mention the rest of their families.

Most had C-sections, which has become "the way to birth" these days. For convenience, I suppose, but history will have to tell whether it's a good trade-off or not.

When I started working with the human bio-field, C-sections were mostly a long vertical cut down the center of the belly. This was the cut that "Miranda" had when she came in to see me. Actually, she was kind of dragged in by her friend and was a total wreck.

The friend told me that since the baby was born, Miranda had been plagued with terrible fears that she would drop her baby. She began avoiding picking up her little girl for fear she couldn't hold on without dropping her.

She was prescribed antidepressants and anti-anxiety meds, but fortunately felt that it might make things worse and didn't take them. When I scanned the bio-field around her abdomen, it became clear to me why Miranda was feeling the way she did.

There was a huge opening in the field around the belly which indicates that, while the body itself heals over the surgical site, the bio-field does not always follow, and it stays open, unhealed.

There are different ways an opening in the field can feel to me. In Miranda's case, the energy flow around her belly felt like it was rushing out and in a downward motion. It made perfect sense to me why she felt the way she did. Life energy from where she had carried her baby internally was now "falling down" and away from her. That was the condition in her bio-field that she was picking up on and interpreting as fear of dropping her baby.

This is a primary principle to understand when dealing with the human energy field or bio-field. (It's also called the aura, the electromagnetic field and, most accurately, the morphogenetic field.) The body communicates with the bio-field and the bio-field communicates with the body.

The subtle energy of the bio-field interacts with and informs the physically denser body. This has been researched and documented extensively in the late 20th Century but has yet to be incorporated into medical curricula, so it is not yet acknowledged by doctors.

It was no wonder to me that on some subtle level Miranda "knew" that she would drop her baby because that's what the bio-field around her was telling her.

"Sue" had a different postpartum experience. She was constantly exhausted, like Miranda, but also felt she could not 'connect' with her body or with her baby. She started antidepressants but felt the were not 'fixing' the problem. And they weren't because the problem was not biochemical. It was bio-energetic.

Sue's C-section was the newer 'smile' cut under the bikini line. Like Miranda, Sue's incision had healed over but unlike Miranda, her bio-field also was healed over, just the way we'd expect all incisions, all wounds, to heal. So we had to search for other areas where the field might not have healed.

We found that Sue's energy was leaking out of the sit where her IV had been inserted. It was a "slow leak" but constant, and to Sue it felt like she could never get enough rest or take anything that would recharge her batteries and give her energy.

This is like some of the other moms I worked with that had regular childbirth experiences but who had either an epidural and/or episiotomy. These are also sites where the woman's energy can leak out and cause depression, exhaustion, anxiety, the lack of will to live or go on another day.

Sometimes this can even occur in childbirth without an epidural or episiotomy, especially with a difficult birth. The bio-field gets pushed out as the baby comes out and sometimes does not return to its normal place. With an opening or distortion in the bio-field around the first chakra or spiritual center (also called the root chakra), the will to live can simply drain away.

Finally, there was "Carol" whose C-section left her bio-field partially open; but rather than her energy leaking or rushing out, Carol's unhealed bio-field felt like a vacuum that wanted to pull my hand into her body. It was like an open energetic "wound" that left her feeling vulnerable and fearful. She would have terrifying nightmares of being attacked or a victim of unidentifiable and frightening forces.

Carol was a nervous wreck and her baby was picking up on her distress. Everyone in the family was tense and anxious. And that was the condition of all my postpartum clients, their babies, and their families.

Carol was told that it was "all in her mind," because everything "looked good"; she was prescribed a variety of medications. But it was not all in her mind. It was very real and these symptoms needed to be addressed on the level on which they occurred - in the human bio-field.

In every case, once we were able to identify the area in the bio-field that had not healed properly after the birth, it rarely took me more than one healing session to repair the energy field and witness the end of the very real, very disturbing symptoms. While invisible to us, the existence of the human energy field is proven, is real, and can be successfully restored to eliminate very real symptoms.

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Pain During Intercourse: Consult A Sexologist!

BHMS, Ph.D Micro
Sexologist, Bikaner
Pain During Intercourse: Consult A Sexologist!

Vaginismus is a condition where vaginal contractions and squeezes may be caused due to pain during intercourse or due to the insertion of objects like tampons. This mildly uncomfortable condition is also characterised by spams and other symptoms like the feeling of coming up against a thick wall which can cause pain. This may be due to a variety of reasons starting from infections to anxiety. To a large extent, the treatment of this condition depends on the cause. Following are the various ways in which this condition can be treated.

  1. Sex Therapy: A sexologist or an expert who specialises in psychosexual medicine can help in treating this condition by conducting a series of counselling sessions where psychoanalysis will help in understanding and unravelling the cause of the condition. This may be followed by CBT or cognitive behavioural therapy. This kind of therapy usually helps in reprogramming the brain after the root cause for the condition is known. 
  2. Exercises: During sex therapy, the doctor may also teach you various kinds of exercises and vaginal trainers that can help you in strengthening the pelvic floor and relaxing the muscles as well. These vaginal trainers are especially helpful in equipping you suitably so that you can relax your vagina and let the insertion happen. Vaginal trainers consist of four smooth balls of plastic which can be inserted with the help of lubricants to help in stretching the vagina. 
  3. Relaxation: Getting yourself to relax is also a matter of exploration and touching, which can help you understand the kind of touch and the exact areas that make you tense. During sex therapy, you may be taught a technique known as progressive relaxation. This mode includes tensing and relaxing your muscles as you explore by inserting a finger. 
  4. Sensate Focus: This is a part of sex therapy and involves your partner. In this method, you will be asked to abstain from sex and touch each other without going to the genitals and other private parts. This will help in better arousal and sexual stimulation.
  5. Surgery: The last option for treating a very severe form of this condition is to put the patient through surgery which will seek to remove endometriosis, as these growths in the womb's lining can cause a lot of pain during intercourse. Also, vaginal enlargement surgery can be carried out with the help of episiotomy. 

This kind of procedure usually helps in fixing the scar tissue that may have been left from a previous procedure, which can restrict or block the vaginal path. Getting help at the right time for this condition is of great importance so as to have a normal sex life.

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I am having continuous pain unbearable in my vagina, upper part and lower abdomen part. Please suggest some immediate relief.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
Take a pain killer like voveran but this is not going to cure your problem. When did it start, when was your periods etc, there are a number of details required. If you like please contact me soon with all details for discussion and appropriate advice.
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Hi mam, My age is 23 (married) 5 months back I found that I have Right ovary cyst after that I done with endometrial surgery and doctor suggested dienogest tablet for 3 months and I'm using that tablet regularly 1 month but the problem I didn't get period this month and nausea also. So is there any problem with that. Please help me with the solution.

DNB - Obs & GYnae, MBBS, D.G.O - Obs & Gynae, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Hi mam, My age is 23 (married) 5 months back I found that I have Right ovary cyst after that I done with endometrial ...
Hi, With dienogest you will not get periods for months you will take. After 3 months when you will stop pd will come in 5-7 days.
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I have irregular periods .i gaining weight. Could you please help in weight loss.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
I have irregular periods .i gaining weight. Could you please help in weight loss.
The most important issue here is why you are getting irregular periods and since when has it been going on. You may need some blood tests to reach a diagnosis. Unless the diagnosis is clear, there is no point in trying for weight loss. Contact me if you are interested.
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Hi Sir, I am 18 years old and have been suffering from vaginal swelling and itching since a last 5 days and I applied soframycin for relief but isn't working. It's paining while sitting and walking. What should I do to cure it? Which medicines to be taken? Is it normal?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma in Reproductive Medicine (Germany)
Gynaecologist, Navi Mumbai
May be it is bartholin cyst along with vaginal infection. Physical examination will provide more clarity. Private consult recommended. Meanwhile can use intimate wash to wash private parts.
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