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Dr. Kusumika Kanak

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Kusumika Kanak is a renowned Gynaecologist in Magarpatta, Pune. You can visit her at Dr Kusumika Kanak Clinic in Magarpatta, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kusumika Kanak on Lybrate.com.

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I want to conceive a baby after 2 months. What kind of precaution I take (in food, in lifestyle changes)

PGDMCH, MBA( CHA) , MBBS
General Physician, Gurgaon
I want to conceive a baby after 2 months. What kind of precaution I take (in food, in lifestyle changes)
Dear Lybrateuser, Pl remain relaxed. Avoid junk food. Start Folic acid 5mg per day tablets. Have sex during your fertility period i.e. 11th to 17th day of cycle.
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My WiFe was pregnant for last 3 week and she dosent able to born baby so pls give some treatments.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My WiFe was pregnant for last 3 week and she dosent able to born baby so pls give some treatments.
If you mean abortion it is normal to have one or two abortion and you have to do a full gynaecology check up
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My wife is suffering from fever, she has taken crocin and sinarest. Fever is coming every day on evening from last 2 days, our family doctor is saying it's symptoms of malaria, also he tested by malaria kit but results is negative, but still he is asking for injection (Rapither injection). Is it ok sir. Wife is 7 months pregnant. Kindly suggest.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My wife is suffering from fever, she has taken crocin and sinarest. Fever is coming every day on evening from last 2 ...
It is difficult to say till I know what tests have been done so far and what are your wife's symptoms other than fever. However if malaria test is negative usually it is better to avoid antimalarials. Please repeat the test from another lab if in doubt. Also she will need a series of blood tests done if fever continue beyond 72 hours.
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My gf is on her periods, hopefully, She is having 70% bleeding according to usual flow, today we noticed that she has blue veins near her areola on both her breasts, what could be the possible reason?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My gf is on her periods, hopefully, She is having 70% bleeding according to usual flow, today we noticed that she has...
This problem in flow may be due to hormone imbalance. Get thyroid profile and ultrasound lower abdomen done. For the blue veins on the breasts, it can be due to breast growth may be sudden increase in size. Visit a doctor.
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I am facing a problem wherein for the past few months it happens that when my periods start the flow is not continuous. It happens for a day and then doesn't happen for a day, then again the flow starts and is fine. I never faced this problem before. What can be the reason for this? How can I take care of this? Is there any specific diet I need to take as I am also underweight by about 5-6 kgs!

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
I am facing a problem wherein for the past few months it happens that when my periods start the flow is not continuou...
Hello lybrate user- oligo mennhorea or less flow during menses might occur due to the reason that you have developed anaemia (low hb count). It is also associated with weight loss. Follow these dietary tips- a) avoid fast food and spicy diet an increase dairy products in diet. B) eat diet prescribed for indians that is dal-chawal-sabji and roti, do not try to follow western routine by reading some article on magazine or internet. C) sleep at least 8-10 hours daily.
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Hii my sister married age is 25 her right breast is larger then her left one is that because of any problem or is it normal .

BAMS, MD Ayurveda
Sexologist, Navi Mumbai
Hii my sister married age is 25 her right breast is larger then her left one is that because of any problem or is it ...
I am recommending you an following remedy which will surely help you 1. Fenugreek has properties which helps grow breast size and also makes them firm 2. Take ¼ bowl of fenugreek powder 3. Add a little water 4. Mix well to make a paste 5. Apply this on the breasts 6. Massage gently 7. Leave for 15-20 minutes 8. Wash off with water This remedy will be helpful.
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I am 24 weeks pregnant. My health condition is good but sometimes I feel very depressed, tension and nervous .how can I ignore this problem?

PGDMCH, MBA( CHA) , MBBS
General Physician, Gurgaon
I am 24 weeks pregnant. My health condition is good but sometimes I feel very depressed, tension and nervous .how can...
Pl get your BP and CBC checked. Do moderate physical activity like walking for 25 mins per dayand have positive attitude.
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Suturing Techniques - Things You Need To Know About It!

MS - General Surgery, FACS, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery(FMAS), FIAGES-Advanced Laparoscopy, FALS(Fellow Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery), FAIS
General Surgeon, Kolkata
Suturing Techniques - Things You Need To Know About It!

Any surgical procedure requires the creation of a wound and then a subsequent closure by the repositioning and securing the surgical flaps by suturing to allow optimum healing. A suture is a strand or thread used for the approximation of tissues and also for ligation off blood vessels. Suturing is the act of sewing or bringing tissues or the flap edges together and holding them in apposition until normal tissue healing takes place. Placement of sutures helps the wound to withstand normal functional stresses and to resist opening of the wounds.

Suturing techniques:

  1. Interrupted Suture-Sling Suture - The suture is passed through both the edges at an equal depth and distance from the incision, needle penetration should be 3mm from wound edges and the knot is tied. It is the most commonly used suture. Advantages of this technique are as follow
    • It is strong and can be used in areas of stress.
    • Successive sutures can be placed according to individual requirement
    • Each suture is placed independently and the loosening of one suture will not produce any loosening of the other.
    • A degree of eversion can be controlled.
    • If the wound becomes contaminated, infected or if there is a formation of hematoma, removal of a few sutures is possible that and provides a satisfactory treatment.
  2. Continuous over and over suture - A simple interrupted suture is placed first and the needle is then reinserted in a continuous manner in such a way that the suture passes perpendicular to the incision line below and obliquely below. The suture is ended by passing a knot over the untightened end of the suture. It provides a rapid technique for closure and distributes the tension equally over the suture line.
  3. Continuous locking suture - In this technique, locking is provided by withdrawing the suture through its own loop. The suture passes perpendicular to the incision line. The locking prevents excessive tightening of the suture as the wound closure progresses.
  4. Mattress suture - These sutures can be horizontal or vertical. These are used for resisting a muscle pull, evert the wound edges and to adapt the tissue flaps tightly to the underlying structures.
    • The horizontal mattress suture gives a broad contact of the wound margins. In this suture, the needle is passed from one edge of the incision to another and then again from the latter edge to the first edge in a horizontal manner, after which a knot is tied. The distance of the needle penetration from incision line and the depth of needle penetration is the same for each entry point, but the horizontal distance of the points of penetration on the same side of the flap differs.
    • The vertical mattress suture is similar to the horizontal mattress, except that, all the factors remaining constant, the penetration depth varies. It is used for the closure of deep wounds.
  5. Figure of eight suture - The figure of eight suture can be used for the closure of small gaping wounds like an extraction suture closure after removal of a tooth.
  6. Subcuticular suture - The subcuticular layer of the tough connective tissue if sutured will aid in holding together skin edges in a close approximation when better cosmetic results are desired. Continuous short lateral stitches are taken beneath the epithelial layer of the skin. The ends of the suture come out at each end of the incision and are knotted together. This type of suturing leaves back a cosmetic scar.

Some common types of surgical knot tying used during a surgical procedure are

  1. Square knot - It is also known as the standard knot or the Reef knot method. It is a special knotting technique in which the knots are securely tied. Four throws of the suture material are placed in position and the ends are cut long.

  2. Surgeon’s knot - It is formed by two throws of the suture around the needle holder on the first tie and one throw in the opposite direction in the second tie.

  3. Granny’s knot - It is also called as the slip knot technique. It is used when using silk, chromic catgut or the plain catgut suture material. It involves a tie in one direction followed by a second tie in the same direction and a third tie in the opposite direction to square the knot and hold it securely.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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