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Dr. Vimla Mehta

MBBS

Gynaecologist, Pune

49 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Vimla Mehta is a renowned Gynaecologist in Kondhwa, Pune. She has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 49 years. She has completed MBBS . You can consult Dr. Vimla Mehta at Mehta Clinic in Kondhwa, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vimla Mehta on Lybrate.com.

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Malaria During Pregnancy - 4 Ways it Can be Treated!

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Malaria During Pregnancy - 4 Ways it Can be Treated!

Malaria is a disease that is caused by the bite of a certain mosquito or protozoan parasite. This can attack the red blood cells and is mainly found in tropical as well as subtropical areas. Until recently, there was little chance of recovering from this ailment. Yet, in today's day and age of great medical advancement, it has become possible to cure a patient suffering from this disease with the help of timely and proper diagnosis. This disease becomes even more complicated and problematic when it affects pregnant women.

The ways in which this disease can be treated during pregnancy is as follows:

  1. Medication therapy: If woman is found to be suffering from this disease in the second or third trimester of their pregnancy, they may be prescribed artemisinin-based therapy. This therapy can be used only if the pregnant lady is not suffering from any other kind of complications like heart conditions, diabetes and high blood pressure, during the pregnancy. This medicine is short-acting, with artemether or artesunate,which can greatly reduce the number of parasites that may have invaded the red blood cells.
  2. Other antimalarials: The treatment of this disease for pregnant women can also be done with the help of other antimalarials, which should typically be prescribed and administered in a clinical setting. These also include quinidine gluconate which can be used in place of the IV quinine in order to bring down the number of parasites in the body. This will lessen the attack on the red blood cells to a great degree. Lumefantrine tablets may also be used in such cases. Also, the doctor will have to first try a test dose to ensure that the patient is not allergic to any of the elements or compounds of these medicines.
  3. Monitoring: Pregnant women suffering from malaria will need to get their blood samples tested on a regular basis. The blood smears will usually be tested daily to check whether the body is responding adequately to the treatment. This will also ensure that the doctor knows when to change the dose or the drug involved.
  4. Diet and exercise: The patient will be asked to stick to the normal diet and activity levels. Yet, care must be taken to avoid any situation where fatigue might set in, as this can aggravate the condition. One must also increase the intake of water to ensure that the body is always well hydrated. This helps the body in bouncing back to normal as the toxins are continuously flushed out, and the immunity system is better equipped to fight the disease causing parasites.

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

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I did not got my periods in last two months and I have taken pregnancy test which show negative so what should I do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I did not got my periods in last two months and I have taken pregnancy test which show negative so what should I do?
Homoeopathic medicine ------------ PULSATILLA 1M ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 5 drops direct on tongue daily night for 3 consecutive days.You will get your periods in next 72 Hours if no pregnancy.
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Hello, I have sex with my wife on 3rd/4th day of period. She don't want to get pregnant. Is there any chance to get pregnant? Please provide me the details of the day in which if we have unprotected sex then the chance of pregnancy is zero.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello, I have sex with my wife on 3rd/4th day of period. She don't want to get pregnant. Is there any chance to get p...
You will most likely ovulate on day 14 (although it can be a day or two sooner or later), and your fertile window is from days nine to fourteen (six days). If you bleed the average five days, and you start having unprotected intercourse four days after your period ends, you can get pregnant.An egg lives about a day after ovulation and sperm live about six days after sex, [so] you're basically fertile for around seven days of every menstrual cycle: the five days before you ovulate, and the day you ovulate. You can also get pregnant a day or two after ovulation, but it's less likely.
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In a 2 months of pregnancy if we take periods medicine for the last 17 days of 2 months does periods occur as presently I dnt want to be pregnant. please help as I hv heard you take med for 21 days then periods can happen. Should I take 21 days full or it can still happen for taking 17 days only.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
No, it can not terminate pregnancy. Drugs for termination of pregnancy can be taken only under supervision of doctors licensed for termination, so meet Gynecologist. If you are late then even drug route will close
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Last night I make love with my husband without any protection. I don't want baby at this time & my date hasn't come yet. My last date was 28 feb. Can I take pills to avoid. Previously 5 months before I had taken pills. Can it be risky to take 2nd time pills. Is there any problem for our baby when I want. I'm in big problem please help me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Last night I make love with my husband without any protection. I don't want baby at this time & my date hasn't come y...
There is no harm in taking i-pill as it is very safe, and it should be taken within 24 hrs if possible. You can take it upto 5 days but within 24 hrs it is most effective. Menses can get irregular for a month but then it will be regularised.
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Health Benefits of Palak (Spinach)

Sexologist Clinic
Sexologist, Faridabad
Health Benefits of Palak (Spinach)

Spinachis a rich source of vitaminA and reduces the risk of eye diseases, like night blindness, itching eyesand eye ulcers. Components like beta carotene, lutein, xanthenes and zeaxanthinact as strong antioxidants and protectthe eyes from the harsh effects of UV rays, further lowering the chances ofcataract formation and are all beneficial for maintaining overall good eyesight.

·        Spinachis also rich in potassiumand low in sodium. The former is known to lower the blood pressure while thelatter is known for increasing it. Therefore, spinach, included in a regulardiet brings the blood pressure down to normal levels. The amount of folatepresent in spinach also reduces hypertension, relaxes blood vessels andmaintains a proper blood flow.

·        Spinachis rich in mineralslike manganese, copper, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus which help in building strong bones and lowering the chances of osteoporosis. It is also a good sourceof vitamin K, which functions in retaining calcium in the bone matrix, leadingto bone mineralization.

 ·        Ithas been found that spinach has the ability to protect the mucous membrane of stomach, thereby decreasing the occurrence of gastric ulcers.

·        Studiesshow that spinach lowers the cancer risk by 34%, particularly breast cancer,cervical cancer, prostate cancer, skin cancer and stomach cancer. Componentslike vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, tocopherol, chlorophyllin, folic acid andfiber are considered beneficial in fighting against cancer cells.

 ·        Spinachis a great source of magnesium, a mineral which is known to preventcomplications occurring after diabetes. And regular consumption of spinachstabilizes blood sugar levels and prevents it from fluctuating too much.

·        Anotherimportant mineral, iron, which is found abundantly in spinach, is known to reproduce red blood cells, thereby preventing chances of anemia. The same ironis also useful for boosting the body’s metabolism, leading to more fat burningand giving way to reduce weight.  

·        Itis advisable for pregnant women to include spinach in their regular diet asfolate found in it is needed by the growing fetus for development of a newnervous system. Also, vitamin A present in spinach is required for the lungdevelopment of the fetus as well as during breast feeding.

·        Folatefound in spinach aids in reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin Bprotects the skin against the harmful effects of UV radiations. And finally,the high alkaline properties in spinach make it a perfect food for peoplesuffering from inflammatory ailments, like rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

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Fallopian tube are bent in my wife's case which does not allow us for kid kindly help.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Fallopian tube are bent in my wife's case which does not allow us for kid kindly help.
Hello, If its salpingitis then a course of antibiotics and then anti koch's treatment should be offered. If no result then option is IVF.
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I am 42 years old. I have 12 mm fibroid in my uterus. Excessive bleeding. Is this the right time ģto get operated. If Dr. remove my uterus can I also get my ovaries removed. Becoz now a days ovarian cancer is very popular. Sue their is any other alternative for operation.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am 42 years old. I have 12 mm fibroid in my uterus. Excessive bleeding. Is this the right time ģto get operated. If...
If ultrasound shows 12 mm fibroid is towards the inner lining of the uterus it can be removed by hysteroscope. If it is towards the outer surface of the uterus, it can be removed by laparoscopy. This is provided there is only one fibroid. Hysterectomy will not be necessary and ovaries can be conserved if you don't have family history of uterus, ovary or breast cancer.
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Right overy of my wife was removed in 2006 Of late she suffers from heavy and continual bleeding. TVS USG reveals that multiple tumors of small size have been created in left ovary as well asuterus. Is removal of overy and uterus is must. Her age is 35 years and has one child of 12 years.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Right overy of my wife was removed in 2006 Of late she suffers from heavy and continual bleeding. TVS USG reveals tha...
You should consult gyne and if the cysts are functional goes of by itself then there is not need to remove the ovary. Just get a treatment for imbalanced hormones.
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