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Dr. Jyoti Aggarwal

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Jyoti Aggarwal is a popular Gynaecologist in Baner, Pune. She is currently associated with Health barries clinic in Baner, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Jyoti Aggarwal on Lybrate.com.

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How Often Should You Eat In A Day?

PG Dip Diet, B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
How Often Should You Eat In A Day?

How many meals should you really have in a day?

With the advancement in nutritional science, researchers have realised that lesser gap between meals means lesser-stored fat which in turn also helps to control blood sugar, boost metabolism and aids in weight management. After three hours of a meal our blood sugar starts falling and after four hours the digestion is complete. After 5 hours we are ready to gobble up whatever comes in our way as the body is looking for a way to refuel. This may lead to consuming high-calorie food.

Eating at regular intervals can save you from binging, keep your blood sugar level stable and help you stay energised. Also, digestion itself is work for the body and the activity leads to burning calories. However, one needs to be careful and not consume very high-calorie meals as that would increase the risk of chronic diseases.

Since everybody is different, there cannot be a set number of meals prescribed for everyone. It depends on when a person feels hungry and how that person would like to deal with it. But you need to understand your body's need for replenishment and provide the nourishment it requires. Hence, according to your body's requirement you should have small meals at short intervals which could range from six to eight in a day. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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I had sex sex in December with protection. But now I'm not getting periods please suggest me. I'm worried to hell.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bhavnagar
I had sex sex in December with protection. But now I'm not getting periods please suggest me. I'm worried to hell.
Perform pregnancy test at home. If positive, go to a gynecologist. If negative don't worry. It will come with medicines.
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Is weight an issue for conceiving? My weight is 75 and height is 5.6 feet. Am having pcod and my husband is having low sperm count.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
Is weight an issue for conceiving? My weight is 75 and height is 5.6 feet. Am having pcod and my husband is having lo...
Dear lybrate-user, Please note that weight can be one of the issue in conceiving specially in cases of PCOD patients. So it is always advisable to keep your weight in control if you are trying for the baby. In your case again low sperm count can be additional problem, so it will be best to meet a Fertility specialist who can guide you properly.
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B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
The belly rules the mind. - spanish proverb.
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Im married one year ago and in a good sex relation with wife. Still we are waiting to see a baby leg. We tried our maximum to get the result, but unfortunately its not happening. Help me with some advice. Thank you.

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine Services (PGDEMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
Im married one year ago and in a good sex relation with wife. Still we are waiting to see a baby leg. We tried our ma...
Go for your health checkup..semen analysis for your self and USG abdomen and blood examinations for your wife..
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Actually my periods date 6th december I met my bf 5th december without protection .till day I didn't get periods. Is this any chances to get pregnancy.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Actually my periods date 6th december I met my bf 5th december without protection .till day I didn't get periods. Is ...
It’s better to clear your doubts and get your urine checked for pregnancy and follow up with reports.
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Hi mene sirf ek baar sex kiya h meri gf ko period ni ho rhe h kya pregnant ho skti h.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Agar 7 din upar chad gaya hai to pregnancy ho sakti hai. Ek bar sex se bhi pregnancy hoti hai. Pregnancy test karwalo.
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How much safe a sex during pregnancy (20 week) running. Age 26 Years . What are the precautions should we have to take, if we can? Also observed that, a liquid discharge from breast. Is it normal or should we have to take action on it?Please tell.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
How much safe a sex during pregnancy (20 week) running. Age 26 Years . What are the precautions should we have to tak...
sex is safe during preg but it should be very genlte and u should use barrier method of contraception like condom to avoid any infection. breast should not be pressed as it may cause premature engorgement of breast.
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I recently did a urine routine, it tested positive for leukocyte esterase and also 5-7 WBC/HPF were detected. I am 26 weeks pregnant. Do I need to take some antibiotics fir this, or will this cure on its own if I increase my fluid intake?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Pune
I recently did a urine routine, it tested positive for leukocyte esterase and also 5-7 WBC/HPF were detected. I am 26...
Take lot of fluid intake. App 4 lit per day. If you have no symptoms of infection wait for sometime. Repeat urine. As a rule one should consume drugs in pregnancy if it is utterly essential
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Water - When is the Right Time to Drink it?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), C.C.Y.P.
Ayurveda, Faizabad
Water - When is the Right Time to Drink it?

If you are concerned about whether you should drink water right before and after a meal, you should know that there are different ideologies and beliefs. Many doctors suggest you should not drink water before a meal, in between a meal or after a meal. Some say that you should not have water before and after a meal, but you can have it in between. Hence, there is a lot of confusion over this subject. Here is an analysis, according to Ayurveda about why you should not drink water just before or after having a meal.

When to drink water?
According to many doctors and studies, it is recommended that you should not take water in between a meal. However, according to Ayurveda, you should drink water in between your mealtime, instead of having it before or after.

Drinking water before a meal
According to Ayurveda, water before taking a meal is capable of diluting and weakening of your digestive strength and capacity. This is because of the factor that water is a coolant and having it before a meal opposes your digestive strength. Thus, you should avoid having water right before you sit down for a meal.

Drinking water after a meal
Drinking water right after having a meal is considered to affect the quality of the food you intake, along with your digestive strength. A touch of its coolant effect is conveyed to whatever food you have consumed. This may make a person obese over a certain period of time. Therefore, you must not have water immediately after finishing a meal.

Drinking water in between a meal
This is the proper thing to do as per the principles of Ayurveda. Drinking water while you are having a meal helps in moistening the food you are eating. It helps in breaking down the food particles into small fragments. It also quenches your thirst in between a meal. Hence, drinking water in between a meal is considered ideal.

What to do in case you need to take a medicine before meals?
In case you have to take a prescribed medicine before a meal, you must drink water 20 minutes before the meal. Do not have a lot of water and only take the amount you need to gulp down your medicines.
There are counter views regarding this subject, which say that you should drink water right before, and after a meal, as it helps in digestion. Diabetic patients are adviced to take medicine of diabetes with the meal or just before having the meal.

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