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Dr. Kishor K Shah

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Kishor K Shah is an experienced Gynaecologist in Nana peth, Pune. He has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 40 years. He is a MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology . You can meet Dr. Kishor K Shah personally at Matruseva Hospital in Nana peth, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kishor K Shah on has top trusted Gynaecologists from across India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 25 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Pune and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MBBS - Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sewagram (MGIMS) - 1978
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sewagram (MGIMS) - 1982


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Age 27 Weight 40 Cyst in left adnexa Both fallopian tubes are blocked Left fimbrial blockage Right corneal blockage Suffering from infertility Tell me ayurvedic aur homeopathic solution without any surgical process.

Homeopath, Indore
Hello, homeopathy can help to dissolve the cyst and treat infertility. I strongly recommend you should go for preconception and infertility treatment. Your weight is low, increase your health before getting pregnant.

Almonds Vs Peanuts - Which One Is More Healthy?

Master of Science (Diabetics & Food Services Management)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Almonds Vs Peanuts - Which One Is More Healthy?

Do you know that eating just 1.5 ounces of nuts a day can reduce your chance of getting heart disease? Almonds and peanuts can both protect your heart and do much more for you to live healthy for a long life.
But, which one is better for you- almonds or peanuts? Let’s explore, shall we?

Vitamins and minerals: Both almonds and peanuts are storehouses of healthy vitamins and minerals and they both contain equal quantities of micronutrients. One ounce serving of dry roasted almonds has 170 calories, 6 gm of protein and 3 gm of fibre. The same amount of peanuts contains 166 calories, about 7 gm of protein and 2 gm of fibre. But, it’s also known that peanuts have more B vitamins, but almonds are a better choice for vitamin E and minerals in general.

Healthy fats: Peanuts and almonds content equal amounts of fats -Almonds have 15 gm and peanuts contain 14 gm of total fat in a one-ounce serving. This fat is mostly the heart healthy unsaturated fats which lower your risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing cholesterol levels in your blood and fighting inflammation. Experts suggest that you should have 20 - 35 percent of your daily calories from fats, with as much as possible coming from unsaturated fat for a healthy heart.

Which nut is better?

  1. Almonds and peanuts contain the same vitamins like B and E, but in different amounts. You should eat more almonds if you need to boost your intake of antioxidant vitamin E as they have 45 percent of your recommended daily allowance in just a one-ounce serving.
  2. On the other hand, peanuts are better sources of the B vitamins like folate and niacin.
  3. Just one ounce serving of peanuts can give you 10 percent of your recommended daily allowance of folate and about 24 percent of the RDA of niacin. Almonds have less of these healthy vitamins.
  4. Magnesium content in both is there in good amount, but almonds contain marginally more magnesium.
  5. Almonds have two times more iron and five times more calcium than peanuts, though they both have the same amount of zinc.

So, the verdict is in favour of almonds, as they are better nutritionally than peanuts as they contain more iron, calcium, magnesium and healthy fats. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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Involuntary Urination - What Causes It?

MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi
Involuntary Urination - What Causes It?

What is Involuntary Urination?

Involuntary urination is condition in which person losses his control on bladder. It is the lack of bladder control. There is three types of involuntary urination:

1) Stress incontinence

2) Overactive bladder

3) Overflow incontinence.

Symptoms of Involuntary Urination-

  • Stress on bladder such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising or lifting something heavy.
  • Physically changes resulting from pregnancy
  • Strong push to urinate
  • Inability to empty your bladder
  • Functional incontinence in older adults
  • Continuous leaking of urine

Causes of Involuntary Urination-

Risk factors of Involuntary Urination-

  • Overweight
  • Smoking
  • Women are higher chance of involuntary Urination than men
  • Old age
  • Kidney diseases

Complications of Involuntary Urination-

  • Skin infections
  • Lack of concentration
  • Repeated urinary tract infections
  • Embarrassment in personal life

Diagnosis of Involuntary Urination-

Diagnosis of Involuntary Urination :-

  • Doctor may ask you to keep a bladder diary for one or two weeks.
  • Common test such as Urinalysis and blood test
  • Special test such as Postvoid residual (PVR) measurement, Pelvic ultrasound, Stress test, Urodynamic testing, Cystogram & Cystoscopy

Precautions & Prevention of Involuntary Urination-

  • Avoiding taking tea or coffee before bedtime
  • Do not smoke
  • Go to the bathroom at regular times
  • Maintain a healthy weight

Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

  • Homeopathic Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Acupuncture Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Psychotherapy Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Surgical Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Involuntary Urination
  • Other Treatment of Involuntary Urination

Homeopathic Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

Homeopathic medicines help bladder muscle tone, infections, reducing discomfort and encouraging fast recovery. Homoeopathic remedies are also useful when a person feels anxious both before and during urination. Following are few homeopathic remedies for involuntary urination.

  • Arnica
  • Equisetum
  • Lycopodium
  • Borax
  • Belladonna
  • Causticum
  • Kreosotum
  • Ferrum phos

Acupuncture and Acupressure Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

Acupuncture can stimulate the sympathetic regulation and parasympathetic bladder detrusor role, thus enabling storage of urine bladder and urinary function to adjust. 

Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy treatment of Involuntary Urination helped to alter their thoughts and feelings about urination and public bathrooms. It involves the treatments such as encouragement of self-reliance, participation in management, inculcation of self-respect and responsibility are also recommended by many experts. .

Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

Allopathic medicines are used to help stop involuntary spasms of the bladder and stop contractions of bladder muscle that cause some kinds of bladder control problems.

Surgical Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

There are four major options for bladder surgery: retropubic suspension, urethral sling procedure, bladder stone removal, and artificial urinary sphincter.

Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

  • Eat diet rich in fiber
  • Limit your drinks

Other Treatment of Involuntary Urination-

Daily exercising of pelvic muscles can improve, and even prevent, urinary incontinence. This is particularly helpful for younger women.

I am 24 years old unmarried female. One of my nipple is not coming out and other one is partially out. So i'm confused about this. Is it cause any problem in future? Kindly tell me the solution.

MS-General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Hyderabad
I am 24 years old unmarried female. One of my nipple is not coming out and other one is partially out. So i'm confuse...
You are having retracted nipple. Massage it daily with coconut oil or moisturising cream. If still it does not come out, it will lead to difficulty in breast feeding. Consult a general surgeon if you are not able to tackle the problem yourself.
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No Salt Please!

Master Of Science ( Home Science) , B.Sc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
No Salt Please!


It is estimated that 25% of people with normal blood pressure and about 60% of those with high blood pressure are salt sensitive, which means that as salt intake goes up so does blood pressure.

'salt to taste' as it reads in most recipes.... At times far exceeds the sodium requirements of our bodies, resulting in water retention, stress on our kidneys and bloating up. Not to mention the fact that if you are salt-sensitive then you may be at a much higher risk of strokes and heart attacks.

Apart from the salt that you add to your food, do you know the amount of stealth salt you are exposed to? the papads, the pickles and the farsan that you eat have excessive salt and so does any other packaged food that you may be consuming on a regular basis. A good idea is to read the labels of what you are buying.

Let us help you identify the stealth salt in your food...

  •     Use less, or no, salt in cooking or preparing dishes like salads, sauces and dips.
  •     Remove the table salt and any salt seasoning - such as lemon, pepper, garlic and onion salts.
  •     You should set aside the masala sachets that come with instant noodles, readymade soups, sauces etc.
  •     Don't use ready-made salad dressings.

The alternatives:
For additional flavour to your food, minus the excessive salt, keep a stock of fresh garlic, onion, ginger, parsley, coriander, and seasonings like, dry onion powder, dry mustard, nutmeg, black pepper and roasted cumin powder in your kitchen.

Remember: it's easier to cut down on sodium when you are on a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy products.


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I feel shivering in my womb and vaginal area and a sharp pain sometimes on the right side just below the stomach.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Moving the cord. Another theory is that babies sometimes get the cord wrapped around their hand or foot and the movement is them shaking it off. Vaginal pain and discomfort vary, depending on the underlying cause. For example, vulvar vestibulitis is a condition that causes pain only when there's pressure put on your vagina.

Melanoma - The 3 C's Of It!

MS - General Surgery, MCH - Oncology , MBBS
Oncologist, Pune
Melanoma - The 3 C's Of It!

The skin has the largest surface area and is most exposed to the external environment. This exposure causes a lot of wear and tear, and one of the worse complications including melanoma, which is a form of skin cancer. Read on to know about its causes, caution signs to stay alerted and how to take care of the skin.

The skin has cells known as melanocytes which give it the color. Generally, the more the number of melanocytes, the darker is the person’s complexion. This pigment is also present in skin, hair, nails, and eyes. The moles are skins are areas of higher concentration of these cells. Africans moles can be a precursor to melanoma, but not all moles turn to melanoma.

  1. Exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun. Fair-skinned people are at greater risk than darker complexioned people. A single sunburn experience can also increase the risk of developing melanoma
  2. Use of tanning beds, especially in people below 30, ups the risk of melanoma. Indoor tanning beds is classified as having the highest record by WHO
  3. Family history
  4. Ethnicity, with Hispanics at the greatest risk and African-Americans at the least risk


  1. For those who have risk factors for developing melanoma, a monthly self-exam is advisable. A formal annual exam with a dermatologist is also advised. This will help in early identification of the condition and lead to early treatment and containment.
  2. Melanoma is not restricted to the skin, can also occur in feet, eyes, and scalp
  3. Use a mirror to check all over the body
  4. If you have moles, watch for change in their size, shape, and regularity. Any change should be immediately checked for.
  5. If you see any new irregularities on the skin anywhere, get medical attention.
  6. Any sore that has not healed
  7. Any swelling that is near the mole or has not regressed
  8. Change in sensation including itching or pain
  9. A quick way to remember is to check for ABCDE: Asymmetry of the lesion, irregularity of the borders, change in color, diameter greater than six mm, and speed of evolution. Watching for these can help in early diagnosis.

Melanoma is directly linked to sun exposure, and so reducing sun exposure and taking adequate precautions can help in prevention.

  1. Avoid or reduce exposure to sun
  2. Use sunscreen religiously. The SPF should be at least 30 and should be reapplied every two hours
  3. Use a hat or cap, sunglasses, and cover up when out in the sun
  4. Be extra careful when out on the beach or in the mountains
  5. Avoid sun if possible between 10AM to 4PM
  6. Use tan removal agents after a sun exposure

If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.

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