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Dr. Sachin Pathak

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Dr. Sachin Pathak is a trusted Gynaecologist in Shirur, Pune. You can meet Dr. Sachin Pathak personally at Surya Hospital in Shirur, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sachin Pathak on Lybrate.com.

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I have little pain in breast and coming out white and clear fluid from nipples is any problem with this i had my period 14 days back.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
It may be a hormonal problem. Kindly get a blood test for Serum Prolactin Level and T3, T4, TSH on empty stomach, without having tea/coffee/breakfast after a good 8 hours of sleep and then contact your Gynaecologist.
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I had sex on November but after that from November to February I was having normal period. My last date for period was 13th feb but in march its 17 but I do not have period till now. What to do to get periods on time? And is there any chance that I am pregnant?

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
I had sex on November but after that from November to February I was having normal period. My last date for period wa...
There is hardly any chance of pregnancy. Day 12-18 of a regular menstrual cycle are fertile, that means chances of getting pregnant are high. Sometimes its ok if there is a delay, coz there r so many causes of irregular menses like anaemia, stress, inadequate sleep etc. But if it on and off then you need a treatment.
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Hello. I have 3 cm ovarian cyst in right ovary. Please suggest better solution for early conceive.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hello. I have 3 cm ovarian cyst in right ovary. Please suggest better solution for early conceive.
Hi Madhusudhan ,first you need to get special sonogram to rule out malignancy after that treatment with medication for 1month once size of the cyst is reduced u can plan pregnancy.
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Spinal Compression Fracture - How It Can Be Treated?

Spine and Pain Management
Pain Management Specialist, Hyderabad
Spinal Compression Fracture - How It Can Be Treated?

What is spinal compression fracture?
Spinal compression fractures are getting frequent due to the many lifestyle changes which we undergo. The body should not be made to be put use in a certain way like posture, lifting heavy weights, etc. However, prolonged and repeated usage affects the spine directly and results in compression fractures. Though the condition looks, gratifying, modern science has advanced to levels where the fractures can be addressed very effectively, and the pain symptoms can be eradicated almost completely. Let us have a summary about the treatment methods.

The treatment
The treatment plan of any spinal compression fracture should effectively highlight the pain, the factors leading to the pain and lastly the fracture itself. Our body has been designed in such a way that the spine can withstand an amount of pressure and force. As a result of it, it is one of the strongest parts of the human body. Hence most the fractures heal with pain medications and strength exercises. These activities can be embraced as a permanent one- thus eradicating the pain altogether.

Pain killers are administered gradually for a few weeks along with rest and once the pain subsidises strength exercises are imparted as a part of the treatment plan. In few cases, anti-inflammatory drugs and antidepressants can also help in relieving the nerve related pain. A back brace like an easily removable cast can also be put when doing the usual activities. This, directly stiffness the spine and provides it with support. The pressure to the spine can be greatly relieved due to the back brace.

Surgery for Spinal compression fractures
As stated, most of the spinal pain can go away with certain lifestyle changes and medications. However, in some extreme cases even after putting all the effort the pain does not go, then a surgical treatment has to be performed to correct the fractures. There are two minimally invasive procedures namely Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty and one complicated procedure known medically as the Spinal fusion surgery. In vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty, bone cement is spread across in layers to the affected region.

These blocks of cement have a tendency to get strong in a matter of minutes, thus relieving the pressure immediately. Spinal fusion surgery is done in extremely rare cases where two or more vertebras are connected together using metal screws. Sometimes even a bone graft is affixed to provide support to the fractured region. Doctors, however, do not go for it usually as the procedure causes extreme inconvenience even after the treatment.

Prevention
Spinal compressions are a frequent occurrence nowadays, and as good physician would suggest prevention is better than cure. Making the much-needed changes to life and the activities we perform can drastically reduce the chances of getting a spinal compression fracture.

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Hello sir/ mam, Actually m little confuse about the women's mensuration cycle and also want to know that which is the best time for a lady to get pregnant before or after MC .

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello sir/ mam,
Actually m little confuse about the women's mensuration cycle and also want to know that which is the...
Hello, the most fertile time for pregnancy is the ovulation time by mid cycle and ideally from day 12-22 in a 28-30 days cycle.
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I took ipill on 29september after two weeks heavy bleeding like periods started and was there till one week and on 27 October I had sex again but I am not sure the semen went inside or no should I take ipill again? Please advice.

D A, MBBS
Anesthesiologist, Bangalore
I took ipill on 29september after two weeks heavy bleeding like periods started and was there till one week and on 27...
Difficult to answer your question. I pill is a emergency pill. Taking it everytime you have sex may harm you.
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I used premarin and meprate to get my periods regular. But past one year I stopped the pills and my periods also stopped. Now got married please suggest some treatments to get pregnant?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I used premarin and meprate to get my periods regular. But past one year I stopped the pills and my periods also stop...
You have to tell when you get your first period and till when period was coming regular and how many days bleeding
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Good afternoon sir, I am 21 year old my height is 4.11 my weight is 44 kgs before 5 months my weight is 48 I reduced by 4kgs I had gall bladder surgery 2 years back I have pcod problem, egg production also not there this is my problem please suggest me.

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Homeopath, Delhi
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Headache During Pregnancy

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Headache During Pregnancy
Headache during pregnancy is one of the common discomfort.It may occur at any time during pregnancy,but they tend to be most common during first and third trimesters.
Causes
An increase in headache during first trimester is believed to be caused by the surge of hormones along with the increase in blood volume circulating throughout body.
Other potential culprits include lack of sleep or general fatigue, sinus congestion, allergies, eyestrain, stress, depression,poor posture,hunger, and dehydration.

If you have headaches in your first trimester, you'll probably find that they diminish or even disappear during the second trimester, when the flood of hormones stabilizes.
Women who have regular migraine headaches may discover that they experience fewer migraines during pregnancy ; however,some women may encounter the same number or even more migraine headaches.Experts estimate that about 1 in 5 women has a migraine headache at some time in her life, and up to 16 percent of those women get migraines for the first time when they're pregnant (most often in the first trimester).
Migraine headaches cause moderate to severe throbbing pain, typically on one side of the head. They last from four to 72 hours (if untreated) and are aggravated by physical activity. They can also be accompanied by other symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light and noise.

Headache during the third trimester tend to be related more to poor posture and tension from carrying weight.Headaches during the the third trimester may also be caused by pre-eclampsia with high blood pressure during pregnancy.

General Management
1.Avoid stress
2.For some migraine sufferers, a cold shower brings some fast – if temporary – relief. If you can't take a shower, splash some cool water on your face. A warm shower or bath can be soothing for tension headaches.
3.Practise good posture
4.Regular exercise can reduce the frequency and severity of migraines and reduce the stress that can cause tension headaches.
5.Eat balanced diet: Maintain your blood sugar by eating smaller,more frequent meals.
6.Get a massage:Massaging shoulders and neck is an effective way to relieve pain.
7.Rest in a dark room and practise deep breathing.
8.Avoid common triggers of migraine including:
*Chocolate
*Alcohol
*Old cheese
*Preserved meat
*Sour cream
*Smoked fish

Unbearable headache during pregnancy may be caused by some serious underlying pathology especially imminent eclampsia and need guidance.
Consult your doctor if you face such problem.
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Me and my gf had sex 3 times these year. She took ipill every time and got withdrawal bleeding after 5 days every time and she also gets normal period after 30 days interval. Past 3 months we do not have sex. Today Is her last day of period. But from her nipples some milky fluid is coming only when squeezed and it is not stopping. Why it is happening? Is She Pregnant?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Me and my gf had sex 3 times these year. She took ipill every time and got withdrawal bleeding after 5 days every tim...
hello, lybrate user, secreation of liquid oozes out from breast instead of blood from vagina due to hormonal disbalance and not being d symptoms of pregnancy. which might cease when period is established. to care.
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