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Dr. Uma Pathare

Gynaecologist, Thane

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What Should You Know About Intrauterine Devices?

DNB, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
What Should You Know About Intrauterine Devices?

Intrauterine devices or IUD are T shaped contraceptive devices. These contain levonorgestrel or copper and are inserted into the uterus. IUDs are considered to be one of the most effective birth control measures and also they are reversible (meaning it can be removed whenever a need arises). The copper IUD has a failure rate of 0.8%, while the levonorgestrel IUD has only had 0.2% failures till now. As per a report in 2007, IUDs are used by more than 180 million users all over the world.

What you should know about Intrauterine devices:

  1. Types of IUDs: There are 2 types of IUDs Copper and Hormone. Copper IUD is considered to be the conventional form of the contraceptive. It is T shaped with strings and is inserted into the uterus by a doctor. It can remain in the body for three to five years. Minera is a known brand of the hormone IUD. It contains a low dose of hormone progestin and releases the same when inserted in the uterus. This is also T shaped and has strings. This can be left for three years.
  2. Pelvic infections are not caused by IUDs: There is a belief that IUDs cause pelvic infection but this is not true. The strings of the new IUDs are very thin and they do not cause any pelvic infection even if a person is suffering from a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Though there might be a slight risk of infection when the IUD is inserted and in the first 20 days, but that also dissolves soon.
  3. IUD can be used at any age: Earlier IUDs were not recommended for women who had never got pregnant. However, now anyone can use these irrespective of being pregnant or not. It is very safe for all age groups from teenagers to women involved in active sex to women post menopause.
  4. IUD is as effective as getting a tubal ligation: It is believed that Minera is 99.4% effective while sterilization (tubal ligation) is 99% effective in preventing a pregnancy. Ligation is considered to be a permanent birth control solution, while IUDs can be reversed.
  5. IUDs do not cause infertilityIt was believed that a STI would creep into the pelvis through the string of the IUD and cause infertility but this is not so. Though a STI can cause infertility but the IUD has no role in the same and does not contribute or worsen the infection.
  6. Hormonal IUD have less side effects than birth control pillsBreast tenderness, acne, and bleeding for a short time may persist for the initial 3-4 months in case of hormonal IUDs. The copper IUD lead to cramping and heavy flow during menstruation.

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

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Hi, Last month .during my periods 2nd day I had unprotected sex .and I tool I pill for avoiding any risks of pregnancy .My date was 11 and still I did not get my periods Are these the side effects or I am pregnant? What will be the other side effects I am going to face? By when will I get my periods? Please reply.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi, Last month .during my periods 2nd day I had unprotected sex .and I tool I pill for avoiding any risks of pregnanc...
7-10 days after taking I pull one gets withdrawal bleeding. If that does not happen as well as expected period date passes then one needs to do urine pregnancy test.
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So what I am do by which pregnancy not occurs for five years any type of solution please help me out.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
So what I am do by which pregnancy not occurs for five years any type of solution please help me out.
Hello, She can opt for low dose oc pills or she may opt for a copper-t for 5 years to prevent pregnancy but both are not advised if she hasn't been pregnant even once. Barrier contraception still would be the best option for you.
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I have my periods for about 7 days. I had my periods on 28 september which ended on 4 october. I had protected sex (with condom) on 5 october. I get my periods after 28 days of gap but this time I got my periods in midnight at 20 october 12: 30 am almost 16 days after my periods ended. Am I pregnant? If not what is this?

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jammu
I have my periods for about 7 days. I had my periods on 28 september which ended on 4 october. I had protected sex (w...
U got your periods on 20th that ultimately means you r not pregnant. Early periods is one of the sign of some underlying menstrual problem like pcod U can discuss your problem in detail by sending a msg on my consult.
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STDs - Warning Signs To Watch Out!

MBBS, DIiploma in Yoga and Ayurveda, Diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL), PGDPC
Sexologist, Pune
STDs - Warning Signs To Watch Out!

STDs can be said to be the main down side to what is globally known as the most widely appreciated pastime. Yes, your read that right, as they can also be quite rampant. For example, by the age of twenty five, about half of all sexually active adults would have been the victim of at least one STD. Therefore, one should be aware of the risks and take precautions while indulging in sexual activities.

A lot of people are of the opinion that only an actual act of sex can lead to an infection by an STD. However, this is really not true as any sexual activity which features any or all of the mouth, penis, vagina and the anus has the potential to lead to an infection by an STD.

What doesn’t feel right?

  • STDs come in all sorts of ways. Some of them are curable and can be successfully treated while others just have to be managed. One of the symptoms to keep an eye out for includes a swelling or redness in the region around the penis or the vagina. Also, if a person experiences a lot of pain during urination, it is a very good idea to get checked for an STD.
  • The symptoms of an STD are basically that not everything feels okay. Apart from the symptoms which have been mentioned, others which also exist and serve as a warning sign are a severe itching, which is experienced in the genital region and a discharge from the penis or vagina. In addition to this, unexplained weight loss along with skin rashes and bumps, sores or warts around the mouth, or the genital regions are also fairly good signs that an STD has been contracted.

Road to recovery

  • If a person suspects that he or she may have an STD, it is very important to consult a doctor as delaying in doing so can harm other parts of one’s body, and at times permanently.
  • When it comes to the treatment of an STD, an antibiotic course of treatment is usually the way to go. It is important that the course of medication which is followed is specifically for that person as using another person’s medicine course can backfire.
  • The best way to practically avoid contracting an STD is to practice safe sex. Sex is something which is supposed to be fun and satisfying. Keeping a few things in mind, the fun can be almost unbridled. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.
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Please suggest. can I eat purslane leafy vegetable during pregnancy it is safe for baby or not.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine, pg diploma in clinical research and pharmacovigilance
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Pimpri-Chinchwad
Please suggest. can I eat purslane leafy vegetable during pregnancy it is safe for baby or not.
Hi lybrate-user Purslane is richest source of Omega 3 fatty acids and OXALATE minerals. It also has ALA which prevents Cardiac diseases But as you are pregnant, this Purslane will NOT BE ADVISABLE to you. As it can increase uterine contractions. And Can lead to miscarriage. So better avoiding PURSLANE in pregnancy.
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I got married 10 months ago but I didn't conceive yet. I consulted a gynaecologist my all reports came normal. She treat me for two months but still it's taking time. I'm very worried please help me thank you.

MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, Diploma in Reproductive Medicine (Germany), Diploma in Advanced Gynaec Laparoscopic Surgery, Fellowship in Infertility, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
I got married 10 months ago but I didn't conceive yet. I consulted a gynaecologist my all reports came normal. She tr...
Hi, Any couple who is desirous of pregnancy & not getting pregnant naturally, must meet infertility specialist. You will require many tests like hormonal tests, sonography, tubal patency test, husband's semen analysis etc. And different trials of treatment accordingly. What treatment have you taken in those 2 months Kindly share the reports & treatment details with us so that we can guide you further.
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Carbohydrates Simple Vs Complex - Facts You Must Be Aware Of!

PG Diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chandigarh
Carbohydrates Simple Vs Complex - Facts You Must Be Aware Of!

You need carbohydrates as they are the body's main energy source. Still, weight loss enthusiasts will keep claiming that you should avoid them at all costs. However, the truth is, you need to eat carbs, but you need to find the right ones.

It is believed that consuming complex carbohydrates is better than simple carbohydrates. But the problem arises when you need to differentiate between them, because nutrition labels on food items do not inform you if the carb content is simple or complex.

What are Carbohydrates?
Carbohydrates are an essential component in various kinds of food. You may only relate carbs to bread and rice, but they are also found in dairy, seeds, sugary foods and sweets, fruits, legumes, vegetables, nuts and grains.

Carbohydrates are comprised of three elements that is starch, fibre and sugar. Sugar is a simple carb while starch and fibre are complex carbs.

Refined or Simple Carbohydrates
Simple carbs are easier to digest. Examples of simple carbs include:

  • Natural sugar (desi gurh, desi khaand, desi mishri, desi kakvi)
  • High-fructose and corn syrups
  • Brown sugar
  • Sucrose, glucose and fructose
  • Fruit juice concentrate

Simple carbs should be avoided as they lead to type 2 diabetes and other associated diseases. Here are some foods you must avoid:

  • Soda
  • Baked treats
  • Packaged cookies
  • Breakfast cereal

Complex Carbohydrates: Since they have higher contents of fiber and are slow to digest, complex carbs are the good kind of carbs. They are good for people who want to lose weight or are suffering from type 2 diabetes.
Fiber and starch make up the group of complex carbs. Fibers are good for your bowels and cholesterol. Fruits, vegetables, nuts, beans and whole grains are excellent sources of fiber.

If your food has fiber in it, it will also contain starch. The only difference is that certain foods are less fibrous and more on the starchy side, such as potatoes. Whole wheat bread, cereal, corn, peas, rice and oats are also high in starch.

Choosing the right carb for you will take patience and time. If you don't mind some research and pay close attention to nutrition labels, you can start making healthier, and better, choices that will keep you energized, and prevent you from any chronic disease. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

 

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I'm a healthy 27 year old who is about to lose her mind. My last period was march 9, i've taken a few pregnancy tests (most recent one last week) which all came back negative. I'm hungry all the time and tired. I have a history of fairly regular cycles. So what could be wrong?

B.H.M.S., Senior Homeopath Consultant
Homeopath, Delhi
There are many conditions in which periods gets missed in woman. Please get your cbc test and ultrasonography of the pelvic done and let me know the final impression of your repot. On that basis I shall give you the medicine.
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