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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
Pap Smear Procedure
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Sex ke kitne din baad pregnancy ho skti hai mtlb jese aj unprotected sex kiya to uske kitne din baad check krskte hai.
Hi, According to lmp pregnancy is 33 weeks 4 days. And in ultra sound scan it is coming 35 weeks 4 days. According to IMP due date is June 9. According to ultra scan due date is may 26. Which due date is correct.
I am a girl and I suffer from Vaginal dryness and uti so please suggest me medicine and cream home remedy idea.
Do's and don'ts for PCOS Diet
I am Dr. Nishith Chandra director interventional cardiologist at Fortis Escorts Heart Institute New Delhi. I am here in this institute for last 22 years. Today we will discuss how to prevent a future heart attack or if a person has had a heart attack in the past then how he should and what he should do in his routine life to reduce the occurrence of a future heart attack or a repeat heart attack. For heart attack, there are certain risk factors which a person has to modify. These risk factors some of them are modifiable and some of them are non-modifiable so the modifiable risk factors are which he should reduce, he should change is – exercise, he has to do active exercise for at least 30 minutes every day and in those 30 minutes he has to run for about or walk for about three kilometers and this should be at a brisk pace.
He should not be sedentary, nowadays even they call that sitting is the new smoking, that means sitting is as dangerous as smoking. For every 20 minutes of sitting, you must get up walk for five minutes and then start doing your job. This is especially applicable to computer executives who sit at the computer, hunched on a computer for a very very long time. Then in addition to exercise, they should stop smoking. Now smoking is one very dangerous habit which increases the risk of heart attack and especially in younger patients, so but the person should not smoke or use tobacco products if he is having difficulty in smoking then there are multiple ways that doctor can help him quitting this habit, then there are certain drugs also are nicotine gums he can take help of or they are smoking groups which helped us in quitting the habit by group discussion.
Then the third most important component in preventing a future heart attack is the diet, the person has to take diet which is rich in fruits vegetables vitamins minerals and much less in fat, especially saturated fats and carbohydrates, saturated fats are like butter, ghee, margarine these are saturated fat. This they should avoid and the person should take if he has to take oils to a minimum and that too refined oils. So and this is the third component. The fourth component is if the patient is having more weight or his obese then he should attain an ideal body weight, ideal body weight can be easily calculated by calculating the body mass index the body mass index, should be less than 25, so if it is more than 25 then the person should try to reduce his body weight by exercising, reducing diet, reducing calorie intake.
The last thing is that he has to control his stress levels if the stress levels are high then the person is having an extra risk of heart attack. How to reduce stress levels, the best way to reduce stress level is to join some yoga group and meditation, and the practice of mindfulness. The practice of mindfulness is very very important for stress reduction.
If you want to consult me then you can consult me either at Lybrate or you can come to my clinic at Fortis escorts heart institute new Delhi or my clinic at sector 93a expressway Noida. Thank you!
Hi, I had pain in my left lower abdomen to left thigh and knee after my periods and pain had gone later and now I'm having my period and getting the same pain slightly. please help.
I have regular monthly period but bleeding only one day. What should i do get proper bleeding in my periods.
I have polycystic ovarian disease. I was on medicine for 3 months and had symptoms of its leave. But now, after the completion of the course, I again having the symptoms. What should I do?
It is no longer a secret that, both obese males, as well as females, could be victims of infertility. Estrogen is produced primarily in our ovaries. But more than 30 percent of the estrogen in our body is produced by fat cells. In a normal weight person, the amount of estrogen produced is adequate.
In an obese person, there will be extra deposits of fat which will be secreting excess estrogen. This estrogen excess interferes with ovulation and causes irregular menstrual cycles. In women who are severely obese (with BMIs ranging from 35-40), the hormonal imbalance becomes so severe that it can cause problems with conception leading to infertility.
- Problems with ovulation
- PCOD Poly cystic Ovarian Disease
- PCOS Poly cystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Irregular menstrual cycles
- Primary infertility
- Secondary infertility
- Lower success rates for fertility treatments
- Increased risk of miscarriage
- Increased risk of birth defects in babies
- Insulin Resistance
- Acanthosis nigricans
- Increased risk of gestational diabetes
- Increased risk of preeclampsia
Obese men have lower circulating testosterone which affects sperm production known as spermatogenesis. This affects the quantity and quality of a man's sperm. Obese men have increased the risk of oligozoospermia, having fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen, and far fewer motile sperm than a man of healthy weight. Sperm with high amounts of damaged DNA is significantly more common in obese men than in normal-weight men. Ejaculate volume is also affected. Altered male hormones can also give erectile dysfunction which is the major cause of infertility in obese men.
Bariatric surgery - Experience it to believe it!
If Obesity is the root cause of infertility in the males or the females, losing weight is the first step in increasing the chances of fertility. Loss of significant weight leads to a gamete of changes in the hormones, thus resetting the balance as before. In my practice, I have seen the impossible become possible in just a matter of 6 to 12 months after significant weight loss. Couples who have been knocking doors of fertility centers ranging from 3 years of married life till 17 years of married life have yielded excellent results after weight loss surgery/ bariatric surgery. However, I have been very choosy in selecting my cases. By this I mean to choose cases in whom the only reason not to conceive is morbid obesity, wherein all other causes of infertility have been ruled out. Loss of the first 15 to 20 kgs sets the periods back to regularity. In fact now we have to ask the couples to please take precautions to avoid pregnancy until the mother is able to take in adequate quantities of food intake (as it takes few months for the stomach to stretch after bariatric surgery).
In my practice, I have witnessed gratifying results after bariatric surgery in Bangalore in terms of both primary infertility as well as secondary infertility due to Obesity. Be it the sleeve gastrectomy or the gastric bypass.
It is a myth that one can’t get pregnant after bariatric surgery. The other myth is that bariatric surgery affects the intrauterine growth of the baby. For obese mothers who are infertile and also have diabetes, bariatric surgery offers a triple benefit, freedom from obesity, infertility as well as diabetes. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!