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Dr. Patel Reshma

MBBS

Gynaecologist, Pune

18 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic
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Dr. Patel Reshma is a trusted Gynaecologist in Anandnagar, Pune. He has been a successful Gynaecologist for the last 18 years. He has done MBBS . You can consult Dr. Patel Reshma at Akanksha Infertility Clinic (Kaival Hospital) in Anandnagar, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Patel Reshma and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Government Medical College,, - 2000
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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, B.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
CHAAS / BUTTERMILK - Excellent choice to Beat the Heat in Summer !!

- Best way to keep yourself hydrated in summer
- Aids in digestion
- Fights acidity
- Helps to manage weight
- High on electrolytes

Recipe
INGREDIENTS
100 g curd/yogurt
½ tsp roasted cumin powder/bhuna jeera powder or add as required
3/4 cup water
5 to 6 small ice cubes
black salt/kala namak as required
pinch of Hing
a few coriander leaves or mint leaves for garnish

INSTRUCTIONS
take all the ingredients in a blender jar, except the coriander leaves.
just pulse the blender for some seconds till everything is blended well and the mixture becomes frothy.
pour chaas in glasses.
garnish with coriander leaves and serve chaas immediately.
you can also chill the butter milk in the refrigerator and serve later. but use it in the same day.

www.allaboutdiets.in
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Hi Doctor, I would like to know whether there is a chance of getting pregnant on doing first sex, the sperm has not left inside vagina. Please confirm if there is way of avoiding pregnancy in case there is chance of pregnancy.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hi Doctor,
I would like to know whether there is a chance of getting pregnant on doing first sex, the sperm has not l...
Hello, The best would be to take an emergency contraceptive pill within 72 hrs of intercourse to avoid chances of pregnancy.
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I am taking fol 123 from last week. My query is meanwhile I am taking this medicine, I shall try for conceive or I shall try only after 3 months? Kindly let me know. Thanks in advance.

BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
I am taking fol 123 from last week. My query is meanwhile I am taking this medicine, I shall try for conceive or I sh...
U can try not a prob. Eat healthy food. Try to get intimate in your fertile cycle from 7 to 14 day of mc. B regular or alt day.
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Hi. I am trying to conceive. My doctor prescribed me nutrifol. Saw in google that it contains methylcobalamin 750 mcg. Is it safe to take this medicine while ttc.

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Masters in Clinical Embryology & Andrology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Fellowship In Reproductive Biology
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
Hi. I am trying to conceive. My doctor prescribed me nutrifol. Saw in google that it contains methylcobalamin 750 mcg...
You need to start investigations in you you should do usg, hsg,hormones including tsh, Prl and amh Your husband should do semen test. This will enable us to know the reason for not conceiving.
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She is 9 months pregnant and her platelets are very low that is only 64. So what to do in such case.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
She is 9 months pregnant and her platelets are very low that is only 64. So what to do in such case.
If you have given the correct value it is very serious and need to do bone marrow test .She has Gestational thrombocytopenia (defined as a mild thrombocytopenia, occurring during the 3 rd trimester with spontaneous resolution postpartum and no neonatal thrombocytopenia) is the most common cause of thrombocytopenia during pregnancy but a low platelet can also be associated with several diseases, either pregnancy.
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Is ashokarisht syrup beneficial in periods related problem. I have very painful periods in first 2days. Moreover since may my periods cycle is coming in 40-50days. Pls advise something in ayurveda. 27/f/unmarried.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Is ashokarisht syrup beneficial in periods related problem. I have very painful periods in first 2days. Moreover sinc...
Ashokarishtha is good for painful menses it will also help you regularise your cycle to 25-28 days. You can take it regularly daily but stop it when you get your menses, once menses are over you can start it again. Thanks.
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My wife had 2.5 month pregnant we went to have physical contact is it good or bad any side effects please help me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
My wife had 2.5 month pregnant we went to have physical contact is it good or bad any side effects please help me.
We do not recommend first trimester intercourse but you can do usg for fetal wellbeing and meet your obstretician.
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Hello Dr. I found some ayurveda / natural medicine (Glycyrrhiza glabra / Licorice (Mulethi) is good for Genital Herpes which fights with the virus in order not to develop or multiple so that recurrences are very minimal. Please advice me in this regard including dose and usage. Thanx.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello Dr. I found some ayurveda / natural medicine (Glycyrrhiza glabra / Licorice (Mulethi) is good for Genital Herpe...
Licorice lowers stomach acid levels, relieves heartburn and indigestion and prevents ulcer formation. Through its beneficial action on the liver, it increases bile flow and lowers cholesterol levels. In the respiratory system, its soothing and healing action reduces irritation and inflammation. its use in herpes is not recommended
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The Effects of alcohol on the Body

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
The Effects of alcohol on the Body

When you drink alcohol, it’s absorbed into your bloodstream and affects every part of your body. In the long term, this can put your health at serious risk. 

When you drink alcohol, it’s absorbed into your bloodstream and affects every part of your body. In the long term, this can put your health at serious risk.

Even a small amount of alcohol has an affect on your body. When you drink, alcohol is absorbed into your bloodstream and distributed throughout your body. A tiny amount of alcohol exits your body in your urine and your breath.

You absorb alcohol more slowly if you eat, especially if the food is high in fat. However, if you drink more than your body can process, you’ll get drunk. How quickly alcohol is metabolized depends on your size and gender, among other things.

Alcohol consumption causes physical and emotional changes that can do great harm to your body. The long-term effects of alcohol abuse are many, putting your health in serious jeopardy and endangering your life.

Excretory System

The excretory system is responsible for processing and eliminating waste products like alcohol from your body. As part of that process, the pancreas secretes digestive enzymes that combine with bile from the gallbladder to help digest food. The pancreas also helps regulate insulin and glucose.

Excessive alcohol use can cause the pancreas to produce toxic substances that interfere with proper functioning. The resulting inflammation is called pancreatitis, a serious problem that can destroy the pancreas. One of the most frequent causes of chronic pancreatitis is alcohol abuse.

The liver’s job is to break down harmful substances, including alcohol. Excessive drinking can cause alcoholic hepatitis which can lead to the development of jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes). Chronic liver inflammation can lead to severe scarring known as cirrhosis. This formation of scar tissue can destroy the liver. When the liver fails to perform, toxic substances remain in your body. Liver disease is life threatening. Women are at higher risk for alcoholic liver disease than men, because women’s bodies tend to absorb more alcohol and take longer to process it.

When the pancreas and liver don’t function properly, the risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) rises. A damaged pancreas can cause the body to be unable to utilize sugar due to a lack of insulin, which can lead to hyperglycemia. Unbalanced blood sugar levels can be a dangerous problem, especially for people with diabetes. Alcohol abuse also raises your risk of liver cancer.

Central Nervous System

One of the first signs of alcohol in your system is a change in behavior. Alcohol travels through the body easily. It can quickly reach many parts of your body, including your brain and other parts of your central nervous system. That can make it harder to talk, causing slurred speech, the telltale sign that someone who has had too much to drink. It can also affect coordination, interfering with balance and the ability to walk.

Drink too much, and your ability to think clearly is in trouble, as are your impulse control and ability to form memories. Over the long term, drinking can actually shrink the frontal lobes of your brain. Acute alcoholic withdrawal can lead to seizures and delirium. And severe alcoholism can progress to permanent brain damage, causing dementia.

Damage to your nervous system can result in pain, numbness, or abnormal sensations in your feet and hands. Alcoholism can cause a thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency, which can result in involuntary rapid eye movements, weakness, or paralysis of the eye muscles.

Men and women metabolize alcohol differently. It generally takes less alcohol to affect women.

Over time, a heavy drinker can become physically and emotionally dependent on alcohol. It may be very difficult to gain control. Unlike most other common addictions, acute alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening. Cases of severe, chronic alcohol addiction often require medical detoxification.

When an alcoholic stops drinking abruptly, they’re likely to experience symptoms of withdrawal, such as:


nausea
anxiety
nervousness
tremors


In severe cases, it may lead to confusion, hallucinations (delirium tremens), and seizures. Detoxification can take between two and seven days. Medications can help prevent side effects of withdrawal.

Digestive System

Alcohol can wreak havoc on your digestive system, from your mouth all the way to your colon. Even a single incidence of heavy drinking can injure parts of your digestive tract.

Alcohol abuse can damage the salivary glands and irritate the mouth and tongue, leading to gum disease, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. Heavy drinking can cause ulcers in the esophagus, acid reflux, and heartburn. Stomach ulcers and inflammation of the stomach lining (gastritis) can occur.

Inflammation of the pancreas interferes with its ability to aid digestion and regulate metabolism. Damage to the digestive system can cause gassiness, abdominal fullness, and diarrhea. It can also lead to dangerous internal bleeding, which may be due to ulcers, hemorrhoids, or esophageal varices caused by cirrhosis.

Alcohol makes it harder for your digestive tract to absorb nutrients and B vitamins or control bacteria. Alcoholics often suffer from malnutrition. Heavy drinkers face higher risk of mouth, throat, and esophagus cancers. Moderate drinking in the presence of tobacco use can raise the risk of these upper-gastrointestinal cancers. Colon cancer is also a risk. Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal may include nausea and vomiting.

Circulatory System

In some cases, a single episode of heavy drinking can cause trouble for your heart. It’s even more likely your heart will suffer if you’re a chronic drinker. Women who drink are at even higher risk of heart damage than men.

Circulatory system complications include:


poisoning of the heart muscle cells (cardiomyopathy)
irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia)
high blood pressure
stroke
heart attack
heart failure


People with diabetes have an increased risk of low blood sugar levels, especially if they use insulin. Deficiencies in vitamin B6, vitamin B12, thiamine, and folic acid can cause lowered blood counts. A common symptom of anemia is fatigue.

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Erectile dysfunction is a common side effect of alcohol abuse in men. It can also inhibit hormone production, affect testicular function, and cause infertility.

Excessive drinking can cause a woman to stop menstruating and become infertile. It also can increase her risk of miscarriage, premature delivery, and stillbirth. Alcohol has a huge effect on fetal development. A range of problems, called fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), can occur. FASD symptoms, which include physical abnormalities, learning difficulties, and emotional problems, can last a lifetime.

For women, the risk of breast cancer rises with alcohol use.

Skeletal and Muscle Systems

Long-term alcohol use makes it harder for your body to produce new bone. Drinking puts you at increased risk of osteoporosis (thinning bones) and bone fractures. Muscles become prone to weakness, cramps, and even atrophy.

Immune System

An immune system weakened by alcohol abuse has a hard time fighting off viruses, germs, and all types of illness. Heavy drinkers are more likely to get pneumonia or tuberculosis than the general population. Chronic alcohol use increases your risk of many forms of cancer.

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Please provide the answer in brief. I am very scared. This was happened on January 10th. I haven't inserted my penis in the vagina but my girlfriend is saying that It had just touched. As per my sense I haven't released any liquid from my penis. Will sperm go inside if it is just touched as I haven't inserted my penis inside? 1.is there any chance of pregnancy? 2. Will the sperm travel inside to vagina. Is there any chance? 3. Her period date was in December 23rd. Is there any risk of pregnancy 4.i am very scared and how to check whether she is pregnant or not. In which hospitals pregnancy test will be done as I don't want to test in home. 5.what is cost of pregnancy test in hospital? 6. Do we need any permission for the pregnancy test? She is unmarried and we can't tell this in home. Please help us. I am very scared and I am unable to sleep due to the tension? Please kindly answer all my questions as I am very much scared and waiting for your response. Kindly please respond.

MBBS, DGO, DNB, CIMP, Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, Diploma In Minimal Access Surgery, Fellowship In ART
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Please provide the answer in brief. I am very scared. This was happened on January 10th. I haven't inserted my penis ...
Hi! The chance of pregnancy is almost nil in this scenario. I don't think you need to worry about it. Wait for her regular cycle to come. Ony if she misses her period we need to do the pregnancy test which can be done at home or at at any hospital. Though I really feel it will not be required.
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