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PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH

The pain of childbirth is not remembered. It’s the child that’s remembered.

Words cannot express the joy of new life.

SYNOPSIS

Labor pain can be excruciating. Many women have low pain threshold and are unable to bear such pain. For them, painless delivery may be a need. In this procedure, once the active labor begins, an injection of epidural is given. Epidural makes the delivery almost painless. But epidural has certain side effects. Also, it often results in forceps or vacuum delivery. And both these pose risks of injury to the mother and the baby. But natural birth is also not without risks. For example, unrelieved labor-pain is associated with postpartum depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain. Your gynaecologist looks at many factors, including the health and emotional well-being of the mother, and then recommends the optimum child birth procedure for you. Follow her advice.

Labor Pains

Childbirth is a joyous but painful experience for women. Labor pain is the mother of all pains, it is said. But labor pain is different for each woman; and different for each pregnancy of the same woman. And no one can predict what your labor will be like. It can range from mild to extreme. For some women, labor may be almost painless, or mild, or just irritating, or a dull or mild hurt. For others, pain may be excruciating, all-encompassing, cramps going from the top of the stomach down to pubic area, radiating to lower back and rectum, each contraction like a punch in the stomach that knocks all the air out; pain may be burning, and in stabs; pain may be in legs and hips.

Keeping fit during pregnancy and learning relaxation techniques – rhythmic breathing, visualization, meditation, and self-hypnosis – can help handle the pain. HypnoBirthing – practice and use of a combination of music, visualization, positive thinking and words to relax the body and control sensations during labor – may help keep you keep calm and keep the muscles loose. Changing position may help reduce the pain. Massage and walking may also help.

Total natural Birth

Many women believe that the pain cements the bond between them and the baby. They also fear the side effects of medicated births and epidurals and decline even the painkiller injections that are usually given during labor. That is, they opt for ‘total natural birth (tnb).’ It, ‘tnb,’ is the worldwide trend these days.

But unrelieved childbirth pain is associated with postpartum depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain. Women should be aware of this when opting for tnb. And if during tnb, or natural birth, the pain becomes unbearable, they should not hesitate to opt for pain relief medication. They should ‘differentiate between pain and suffering. Pain can be managed, but if it becomes overwhelming, medication may prevent suffering.’

The stages in childbirth are:

  • Early labor (up to eight hours or longer): cervix dilates, or opens to 3 to 4 centimetres, and begins to efface (thin). Mild-to-moderate contractions, 30 to 60 seconds long, occur every five to 20 minutes, and progressively become stronger and more frequent.
  • Active labor (approximately two to eight hours): Contractions continue to become longer, stronger and closer together; cervix dilates to 7 centimetres. This is when most women request pain medication, though sometimes it’s given earlier.
  • Transition (up to an hour): Cervix dilates to about 10 centimetres, pain is strongest, contractions are intense and closely spaced, you may feel pain in your back, groin, even your sides or thighs, as well as nausea.
  • Pushing (a few minutes to three hours). Intense pain is eclipsed by major pressure as you feel a great urge to bear down and push your baby out—some women describe it as “like pooping a watermelon or bowling ball.” Although pain continues, many women say it’s a relief to push because it helps relieve the pressure. When the baby’s head crowns, or becomes visible, you may experience a burning, stinging sensation around the vaginal opening as it stretches.
  • Placenta delivery (up to 30 minutes): This stage tends to be relatively easy, as mild, crampy contractions ease the placenta out. At this point you’re focused on your new-born anyway.’

Painless Delivery

Several women have low pain-threshold. And in a few women, anticipated pain and discomfort may cause anxiety. These women may opt for ‘painless delivery.’ A few others may opt for it because it is the flavour of the month.

In painless delivery, the woman has to bear the ‘early labor’ pain which can be mild to acute depending on the individual. These ‘early labor’ pains can be managed with warm showers, massages and exercises.

When labor reaches the ‘Active labor’ stage, an injection of epidural is given in the spinal cord by the anesthetist. He tops up the epidural from time to time as the labor progresses. Epidural takes 10 minutes to place and another 10 to 15 minutes to begin to work. Epidural greatly reduces the pain during the ‘Transition’ and ‘Pushing’ stages and makes ‘Placenta delivery’ nearly painless.

Disadvantages of Epidural

The disadvantages of epidural are that labor is prolonged, the woman is unable to self-help, and the chances of delivery through forceps or vacuum increase. In one study, these chances increased from 16.4% in non-epidural to 37.9% in epidural delivery. Forceps or vacuum delivery has certain risks of injury. These are explained to the patient at length before she opts for natural or painless delivery.

Common side effects of epidural are:

  • Itching
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Fever
  • Soreness
  • Low blood pressure
  • Difficulty urinating

A few rare side effects of epidural are:

  • Breathing problems
  • Severe headache (1%)
  • Infection
  • Seizure
  • Nerve damage (extremely rare, 1 in 4,000 to 1 in 200,000)

But many doctors say that ‘there’s lots of misinformation [about epidural etc] — the risks and complications are overblown, and women suffer unnecessarily.’ And that epidurals and other pain-relief drugs are quite safe.

Forceps Delivery Risks

The risks to baby from forceps delivery, though rare, are:

  • Minor facial injuries due to the pressure of the forceps
  • Temporary weakness in the facial muscles (facial palsy)
  • Minor external eye trauma
  • Skull fracture
  • Bleeding within the skull
  • Seizures

 Forceps delivery risks to mother are:

  • Pain in the perineum — the tissue between your vagina and your anus — after delivery
  • Lower genital tract tears
  • Difficulty urinating or emptying your bladder
  • Short-term or long-term urinary or fecal incontinence (involuntary urination or defecation) if a severe tear occurs
  • Injuries to the bladder or urethra — the tube that connects the bladder to the outside of the body
  • Uterine rupture — when the uterine wall is torn, which could allow the baby or placenta to be pushed into the mother’s abdominal cavity
  • Weakening of the muscles and ligaments supporting your pelvic organs, causing pelvic organs to drop lower in the pelvis (pelvic organ prolapse)

Most of these risks are also associated with vaginal deliveries, but these are more likely with a forceps delivery.

Vacuum Extraction Risks

The risks of vacuum extraction to the mother are:

  • Tears and damage to the tissue in the lower genital tract
  • Pain after labor and delivery
  • Blood loss and subsequent anemia
  • Muscle and ligament weakness around the pelvic organs
  • Urinary or fecal incontinence, which may be temporary or permanent

Risks to the baby are:

  • Bleeding and wounds on the scalp.
  • Stretching of the nerves along the neck, which can cause Erb’s palsy or a brachial plexus injury.
  • Bleeding under the skin or in the brain.
  • Bleeding in the eyes.
  • A skull fracture.
  • Neonatal jaundice.
  • Brain damage, which may lead to permanent disability.

Natural Birth Risks

Natural births have risks too. Especially if the mother has a medical problem, or, if an issue prevents the baby from naturally moving through the birth canal. Other concerns are:

Labor and delivery during natural birth can be eased with:

  • massages
  • acupressure
  • taking a warm bath or using a hot pack
  • breathing techniques
  • frequent changes in position to compensate for changes in the pelvis

Optimum method of childbirth for You

When advising you about the optimum method of labor and delivery for you, the Obstetrician will consider:

  • overall health and emotional well-being of the mother
  • the size of the mother’s pelvis
  • the mother’s pain tolerance level
  • the intensity level of contractions
  • size or position of the baby

Conclusion

Hopefully the information in this write-up will help you make an informed decision, in consultation with your obstetrician, about the optimum method of childbirth for you:  total natural birth, natural delivery, painless delivery, or a caesarean section.

References:

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https://www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/natural-birth-vs-epidural

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https://medium.com/health-care-for-women/pros-and-cons-of-painless-delivery-2c25e5d82e11

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https://www.parents.com/pregnancy/giving-birth/pain-relief/manage-labor-pain/

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PELVIC INFLAMATORY DISEASE (PID)

Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.
– Gautama Buddha

SYNOPSIS

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is an infection of the female reproductive organs. It is caused by many types of bacteria. If not treated, it can cause complications such as ectopic pregnancy and infertility.

PID affects women in reproductive age. Peak incidence is in women of 15 to 24 years age. India is estimated to have at least one million episodes of PID each year.
Risk of PID increases with risky sexual practices: multiple sexual partners, sex with a person having PID, starting sex at a very young age and having sex without a condom.
PID often has no signs or symptoms. But a few of the symptoms that may appear are: pain in lower abdomen or pelvic pain, heavy or foul periods, bowl discomfort and pain in urination.

There is no single test to diagnose PID. It is diagnosed from symptoms and from gynaecological examination. Urine and blood tests, ultrasound, and laparoscopy may also be used. Because of absence of symptoms, and because the symptoms are similar to those of other diseases, PID diagnosis is often delayed. Woman’s recent sexual partners also need to be tested and treated.

A mixture of antibiotics is used for treatment and is successful in most cases. But a few cases may need laparoscopic or surgical intervention. Removal of intrauterine devices (IUDs) is not necessary.

Because of difficulty of diagnosis, and serious consequences of delayed treatment, empirical treatment may be initiated in at-risk women if symptoms of PID appear. Having regular medical care throughout lifetime maximizes the chances of early diagnosis and treatment of PID.

Improved education, routine screening, diagnosis, and empirical treatment of PID will reduce the incidence and prevalence of PID and its long-term sequelae.

INTRODUCTION

PID, if not treated, can cause ectopic pregnancy, infertility, chronic pelvic pain, cancer, peritonitis and tubo-ovarian abscess – the latter two can become life threatening.

In the US, more than one million women have PID, and more than 100,000 become infertile each year because of PID. In industrialized countries PID-incidence is 10 to 13 per 1,000 in women in 15 to 39 years age-group, with a peak incidence of about 20 per 1,000 women in 20 to 24 years age group. India is estimated to have more than one million PID episodes each year.

CAUSE

PID is an infection of the female reproductive organs – vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and of womb lining (endometrium) and lining of the inside of the abdomen (peritoneum).

It is a bacterial infection. Many types of bacteria can cause it but in about one in four cases it is caused by sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as chlamydia or gonorrhoea. Sometimes normal, harmless, bacteria in the vagina get past the cervix and into the reproductive organs and cause PID. This can happen when the cervix is damaged after childbirth, miscarriage, abortion and inspection of the womb; or by an earlier PID.

In many cases, the cause of PID is unknown.

RISK FACTORS

Any woman can get PID. But the risk of getting it is increased by:
• Being sexually active and younger than 25 years age
• Having multiple sexual partners
• Having a new sexual partner
• Being in a sexual relationship with a person who has more than one sex partner
• Having a history of PID or STI
• Having sex without a condom
• Douching regularly, which upsets the balance of good versus harmful bacteria in the vagina and might mask symptoms

Having an intrauterine device (IUD) does not increase the risk of PID. Potential risk, if any, is within the first three weeks after insertion.

SYMPTOMS

PID often has no signs or symptoms. But one or more of these symptoms may occur:

• Pain in lower abdomen
• Pelvic pain — especially during a pelvic exam
• Heavy or foul or painful periods with an unpleasant odor
• Unusual vaginal discharge, especially if it’s yellow or green
• Abnormal uterine bleeding, especially during or after intercourse, or between menstrual cycles
• Pain or bleeding during intercourse
• Fever, sometimes with chills
• Painful or difficult urination
• Bowel discomfort
• Nausea and vomiting

See your doctor if you experience any of the above symptoms.

Vaginal discharge with an odor, painful urination or bleeding between menstrual cycles can be associated with STI. If these signs and symptoms occur, stop having sex and see your doctor soon. Prompt treatment of an STI can help prevent PID.

DIAGNOSIS

There is no single test to diagnose PID. It is diagnosed from symptoms and from gynecological examination.

Gynecologist in Delhi will talk about your medical and sexual history and do a pelvic examination to check for any tenderness and abnormal vaginal discharge. This examination may be discomforting, especially if you have PID.

Swabs may be taken from the inside of your vagina and cervix to look for bacterial infection and identify the bacteria responsible. A positive test for chlamydia or gonorrhoea supports the diagnosis of PID. Most women test negative but this does not rule out PID.
Other tests may, therefore, be required to look for signs of infection or inflammation, or to rule out other possible causes of your symptoms. These tests may include:

• a urine or blood test
• a pregnancy test
• an ultrasound scan, which is usually carried out using a probe passed through the vagina (transvaginal ultrasound)

In a few cases, especially the more severe cases, and where there may be other possible causes of the symptoms, such as appendicitis, laparoscopy may be used to look at the internal organs and, if necessary, take tissue samples to diagnose PID. Laparoscopy can also be useful in disproving cases wrongly labelled as chronic pelvic disease.
Recent sexual partners also need to be tested and treated to stop the infection recurring or being spread to others.

Diagnosis of PID can be missed or delayed because of absence of symptoms in the earliest, most curable stage. When symptoms do occur, they can be similar to symptoms of certain other diseases, such as appendicitis, food poisoning or food borne illness, ruptured ovarian cyst, diverticulitis, and ovarian torsion. Therefore have regular medical care throughout lifetime to maximize the chances of early diagnosis and treatment of PID.

TREATMENT

If diagnosed early, PID is treated with antibiotics for 10-14 days. A mixture of antibiotics to cover the most likely infections is given as tablets and injections. Complete the antibiotic course and avoid sexual intercourse during the treatment period to ensure the infection clears completely.

Antibiotics alone are successful in 34-75% of cases. Patients who do not improve in 72 hours are re-evaluated for laparoscopic or surgical intervention and for other possible diagnoses. Laparoscopy should be used if the diagnosis is in doubt. Laparoscopic pelvic lavage, abscess drainage, and adhesiolysis may be necessary. Laparoscopy gives direct visualization of internal organs and of the pelvis and obtaining of cultures for more accurate bacteriologic diagnosis. However, laparoscopy is not always available in acute PID; moreover, it is costly and requires general anesthesia.

If surgical treatment is required, attempt is to conserve reproductive potential with simple drainage, adhesiolysis, and copious irrigation or unilateral adnexectomy, if possible. Further surgical therapy is needed in 15-20% of cases so managed.

Most tubo-ovarian abscess (60-80%) resolve with antibiotic administration. Laparoscopy may be used to identify the loculations of pus requiring drainage. Unresolved abscesses may be drained by colpotomy, laparoscopy, or laparotomy. In patients with recurrent PID, dense pelvic adhesions may render surgery difficult.

Removal of intrauterine devices (IUDs) in acute PID cases is not necessary. But close clinical follow-up is mandatory if the IUD is left in place.

More research is needed to optimize PID diagnosis and treatment; and to improve patient and doctor’s compliance to guidelines.

COMPLICATIONS

Untreated PID may cause scar tissue, and collections of infected fluid (abscesses) in the fallopian tubes, which can damage the reproductive organs.

Other possible complications are:

• Ectopic pregnancy. The scar tissue prevents the fertilized egg from moving through the fallopian tube to implant in the uterus thus causing a tubal (ectopic) pregnancy that can cause massive, life-threatening bleeding and that may require emergency medical attention. PID is a major cause of ectopic pregnancy
• Infertility. PID may damage the reproductive organs and cause infertility. Delaying the treatment, or frequent PID, dramatically increases the risk of infertility. In the US, 1 in 8 women with a history of PID has difficulty getting pregnant; and 15% of infertility cases are because of PID.
• Chronic pelvic pain. Pelvic inflammatory disease can cause pelvic pain that may last for months or years. Scarring in fallopian tubes and other pelvic organs can cause pain during intercourse and ovulation.
• Tubo-ovarian abscess. PID might cause an abscess — a collection of pus — to form in uterine tube and ovaries. If left untreated, this could develop into a life-threatening infection.

PREVENTION

To reduce the risk of PID:

• Practice safe sex. Use condoms every time you have sex, limit your number of partners, and ask about a potential partner’s sexual history.
• Talk to your doctor about contraception. Many forms of contraception do not protect against the development of PID. Using barrier methods, such as a condom, might help to reduce your risk. Even if you take birth control pills, it’s still important to use a condom every time you have sex to protect against STIs.
• Get tested. If you’re at risk of an STI, such as chlamydia, make an appointment with your doctor for testing. Set up a regular screening schedule with your doctor if needed. Early treatment of an STI gives you the best chance of avoiding PID.
• Request that your partner be tested. If you have PID or an STI, advise your partner to be tested and, if necessary, treated. This can prevent the spread of STIs and possible recurrence of PID.
• Don’t douche. Douching upsets the balance of bacteria in your vagina.

INCIDENCE

In a 1995 U.S. study, 8 percent of all women in their reproductive years were being treated for PID. The numbers have steadily reduced. In 2015, the annual visits for PID were down to about 90,000 a year.

Enough data on incidence of PID in India is not available. In one study about 11.55% of the study subjects were diagnosed with PID. In the industrialised world, the incidence is 1 to 2 per cent per year among sexually active women. On that basis, India will have about one million PID cases per year.

REDUCING THE INCIDENCE

Because of difficulty of diagnosis, and serious consequences of delayed treatment, it is recommended that empirical treatment should be initiated in at-risk women who have lower abdominal pain, adnexal tenderness, and cervical motion tenderness. That overtreatment be preferred to no or delayed treatment.

Women with PID should be counselled to abstain from sexual activity or use barrier protection strictly and appropriately until their symptoms and those of their partner have fully abated and they have completed their entire treatment regimen.

Improved education, routine screening, diagnosis, and empirical treatment of PID will reduce the incidence and prevalence of PID and its long-term sequelae. Education should concentrate on strategies to prevent PID and STIs, including reducing the number of sexual partners, avoiding unsafe sexual practices, and routinely using appropriate barrier protection. Adolescents, being at an increased risk for PID, should be advised to delay the onset of sexual intercourse until age 16 years or older.

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Best Gynecologist in East of Kailash Serves Superior Gynecological Care for Women

Dr. (Prof.) Sadhana Kala Obstetrics & Gynecologist in East of Kailash, Delhi, is a highly renowned, integrated and the leading Woman Care doctor in Delhi. Our Centre is well equipped with all the facilities that make you feel warm and at home. We strive to maintain the highest standard of consultancy and cater Advise with the most concurrent and innovative knowledge regarding all subjects within the era of Dr. (Prof.) Sadhana Kala Care. Best Gynecologist in East of Kailash delivers a number of services, each woman requires through her life; ranging from her puberty till her midlife. The specialty of Gynecology, Obstetrics, Infertility, and Sexual Health has been our main area of specialization over many years.

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Dr. (Prof.) Sadhana Kala is a leading provider of comprehensive Obstetrics & Gynecology Services. Our whole cadre collaborates to cater women and expectant mothers the highest standard of multidisciplinary and high-quality care. Our cadre works closely with other specialty areas and solutions should the want arise. We use the updated information and innovative technology to diagnosis and cure patients and are proud to be a part of over many labor and deliveries every year.

Dr. (Prof.) Sadhana Kala caters the full standard of obstetrical services, and also serves superior gynecological care for women, from adolescence through the post-menopausal years. Our years of going through in the multi-cultural community of Best Gynecologist in East of Kailash Delhi give us the knowledge to cater solutions according to a broad range of cultural values and personal preferences. We endeavor to realize your requirements and will provide you the specialized care you expect.

Ameliorating the clinical effectiveness and efficiency is the key to achieve our target of absolute patient satisfaction. Dr. (Prof.) Sadhana Kala makes a positive contribution by regularly organizing training and educational activities relating to health and medicine. The future is unsealed and everyone fears that the work of a lifetime could be in jeopardy. The possibility of losing what took a lifetime to form can only break one’s confidence. During these times, thoughts inevitably turn to what is more valuable in one’s life.

Best Gynecologist in Delhi – Get Variety of Gynecology Conditions Diagnosed

Dr. Sadhana Kala is the best Gynecologist in Delhi holding a degree of MBBS (1971) and MS in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1975). She was a university topper during her academics and has achieved several certificates, Gold & silver medals of Honor, and Distinction in Medical field. She has an experience of working in the medical field for more than 41 years. She is expertized in:

  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Hysteroscopic Surgery
  • Infertility
  • High Risk Pregnancy
  • Gynecology Surgery
  • Obstetrics

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Laparoscopic Surgery – Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure to examine and diagnose the conditions inside the abdomen. The surgical procedure uses an instrument called a laparoscope (a thin and long tube with a high-resolution camera and a high-intensity light) that makes it possible for us to look us inside the abdominal organs. The instrument is inserted inside the abdominal wall through the small incisions. This surgical procedure lets us see the inside conditions of the organ by monitoring the images on the video monitor.

Hysteroscopic Surgery – It is a type of minimally invasive surgery and as a leading gynecologist in Delhi, Dr. Sadhana has diagnosed many patients with the Hysteroscopic surgery. In the process, a hysteroscope (a tiny telescope) is inserted into the uterus through the cervix. This tiny telescope lets us visualize inside the uterus and analyze the condition like the shape of the uterus, the lining of the uterus, openings to the fallopian tubes, and also looks for any other signs of intrauterine pathology (fibroids or polyps).

Infertility – Based on the 41 years of experience and as the Best Gynecologist in Delhi, Dr. Sadhana has observed that the infertility conditions are most common among the working couples. Either of the partner losses the fertility due to factors like stress, unbalanced lifestyle, unhealthy diet, consuming alcohol, medications, age, and unhealthy sex life. Male infertility can be caused due to the lower sperm counts, sperm damage, or certain diseases, whereas, female infertility can be caused because of uterine problems, ovulation problems, blocked fallopian tube, and uterine fibroids.

Visit to a Gynecologist in Delhi for Ensuring Complete Women Health

Every woman at some point of life needs to visit a gynecologist. This not only helps in maintaining the general health but also provides quality care and treatment at the most important phase of a woman’s life i.e. pregnancy. Routine checkup ensures that everything is going perfectly fine and if any medical problem occurs it can be cured at an early stage.

There are numerous issues that women have to deal such as anatomy issues, genetic issues etc. Gynecologist in Delhi is an expert in these areas and prescribes the right treatment and medications to help a woman get back on the right track. Some women are afraid of visiting a doctor. It is extremely essential, to be honest with the doctor. Early recognition can make it possible for several types of cancer to be treated as well as sexually transmitted diseases and problems such as infections and endometriosis.

Seeing a gynecologist in Delhi assists you in understanding your body better and suggests you the ways to take good care of your health. To make sure your reproductive organs are in healthy condition a yearly examination by a specialist is the must. If you want to have a baby, have a pain in the reproductive area, need birth control medications, have an infection or getting a positive pregnancy test visiting a gynecologist is a wise decision in all these cases. However, finding a reputable doctor requires some research work. Here are some ways to help you choose the appropriate one for you –

  • Ask family members and friends
  • Ask your general physician
  • Search online
  • Insurance companies as they have the list of the reputable doctors

The questions your gynecologist asks you are to help you to stay well and therefore not being honest is not recommended. As your body changes during puberty and into adulthood, your female provider can help you with every step. Building a strong relationship with your gynecologist over the years will help you to better understand your body and your health. Feeling comfortable enough to have exams will let you know that you have selected the right expert for your reproductive requirements.

Visit Dr. Sadhana Kala in Delhi to Receive Quality Care for Women

Every woman needs to visit a gynecologist at some point in life to receive a full checkup and to ensure that everything is going completely fine. Visiting a gynecologist should not be done only when there is an emergency. You should make a habit of doing so and get regular checkups to stay informed and avoid issues in future. Females go through gynecological problems such as menstruation irregularity, abdominal pain, infection etc. at some point of time. Expert advice from gynecologist in Delhi can help women to maintain good health at the time of pregnancy and birth.

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Menstrual Abnormalities –

A healthy woman has menstrual period on time which ensures that there is no need to worry about the reproductive system and woman is capable of pregnancy. But its irregularity can lead to several gynecological problems and can become a great source of immense trouble for women. Menstrual patterns can be influenced by changes in general health, sudden weight loss or weight gain, stressful life situations, metabolic disorders, certain infections, and anatomical and hormonal changes. It is better to visit a gynecologist to get proper treatment for this problem as it can cause severe problems in future.

Pregnancy –

Pregnancy time is the most beautiful experience of a woman’s life. On the other hand, proper care is required at the time of pregnancy. Routine checkup with a gynecologist in Delhi would clear all the doubts and questions you have on your mind regarding child’s birth and pregnancy. This would help you to get more confidence. A gynecologist will provide you tips that are beneficial for you as well as for the unborn infant.

Child Birth –

Becoming a mother is the best achievement for a woman. Seeing your little one after getting conceived is a treasure. It is important to prepare for the delivery under the guidance of expert doctors. Complying with every medication your doctor gives is the must.

Gynecologist in Delhi will take care of your overall health and provides the best help for soon-to-be-mom and unborn child in the early phases of growth.

Visit a Gynecologist in Delhi to Treat Irregular Menses Problem

Menstruation disorder is so common in women that often they do not think to pay any extra attention towards it. Sometimes they irritate or feel ashamed to open up for such things.

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Many fertile women in India suffer from the problem of delay, missed and painful menstrual cycle. When a woman has painful menses, she experiences cramps, pain, and bleeding.  Fatigue, dizziness and general weakness are some of the common symptoms of a painful menstrual cycle. If you are a victim of this or most of the times face similar problems during your periods, then you must contact a gynecologist in Delhi.

The process of menstruation happens for 3 to 5 days every month throughout the reproductive cycle in women. Youngsters may get irritated at small issues during their monthly cycle because their bodies undergo changes. Nowadays, many girls are suffering from delay in their periods or painful menstruation cycle. For this, their lifestyle is responsible to some extent.

A gynecologist in Delhi can assist you having normal periods with no pain. Because a missed or delay menstruation is mainly because of intense exercising, emotional stress or poor intake of food. A large number of women are affected by painful menstruation around the globe. Generally, women experience discomfort and little pain during their menstrual periods.

Dr. Sadhana Kala is an experienced gynecologist who can help you with your abnormal periods, infertility, sexual problems and many other problems you may have. She can guide you on what to eat and what not? Which exercises are best for you and what precaution you need during your monthly cycle? She can guide you to take some medicines so that your professional/business life doesn’t affect.

  Some of the common symptoms a woman will come across during the menstruation problem are –

  • Food craving
  • Fatigue
  • Stress
  • Insomnia
  • Bloating
  • Depression or mood swings
  • Constipation
  • Backache
  • Headache
  • Cramps in the digestive tract.

A woman can control the pain during her menstruation cycle in these ways –

  • Regulate their lifestyle and avoid spicy or irritating foods that cause digestion problem
  • Avoid stress and take regular sleep
  • Eat vegetables and fruits as much as you can
  • Do simple exercises and yoga daily

What to do if you are Suffering from Infertility Problem

This blog is for women of Delhi, India. In this blog, I am going to point out the infertility problem in women and best available infertility treatment in Delhi for them. If you are a woman of Delhi and not able to conceive, then you should never ignore it! You have a number of choices, so work with your infertility specialist in Delhi to come up with a treatment plan. Initially, he/she will come up with the least invasive options first.

Infertility in women

Infertility can lead to psychological effects such as depression, anxiety, and stress. The stigma of being unable to conceive is an added stress factor. So, before it leads to some other mental issues to you, you must visit a gynecologist in Delhi to fight it very well.

The condition may be treated with medicine, surgery, intrauterine insemination or assisted reproductive technology. To understand what the root cause of infertility, your doctor can ask you these questions related to your habits and life:

  • What is your age
  • Stress levels according to you
  • Duration of inability to conceive
  • Nicotine, alcohol, coffee or tea consumption
  • Any other conditions including hereditary conditions
  • Exposure to pollution or toxins such as chemicals, radiation, heat or noise

If you are new in Delhi and not sure, which is best gynecologist in Delhi for your treatment, learn as much as you can about a clinic’s reputation and expertise by talking to former patients and doctors outside the clinic. If you are not satisfied with the patient’s reviews, go online and search for the clinic reviews and feedbacks by former patients.

Dr. Sadhana Kala is an experienced consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and she is a senior gynecologist in Delhi and helps their patients in infertility, fibroid uterus, polycystic ovaries, urinary incontinence and prolapse problems, cosmetic surgery and menopause, endometriosis and pelvic pain, smear abnormalities, menstrual problems, problem during pregnancy and other women health related issues. Dr. Sadhana Kala specializes in the female health reproductive and sexual systems (uterus, vagina, ovaries, and breasts) and related disorders

Her Laparoscopic Surgery services include:

  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy for Large Uterus
  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in Previous Pelvic Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic Prolapse Repair
  • Laparoscopic Tubal Surgeries
  • Advanced Hysteroscopic Surgeries
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Dysmenorrhea : Affect Most Of The Ladies

Numerous ladies know how agonizing their period can be. This is alleged essential dysmenorrhea and it is common to the point that can even be considered as should be expected. Not at all like this, auxiliary dysmenorrhea happens later in lady’s life, which beforehand didn’t experience menstrual torment and this is typically neurotic.

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This implies auxiliary dysmenorrhea happens later in life (usually in the 20s or 30s) and in the event that you encounter your first menstrual spasms in this age, you ought to visit a  Best Gynecologist in Delhi Dr. Sadhana Kala. You shouldn’t overlook it in light of the fact that there are numerous reasons for auxiliary dysmenorrhea, for example,

  • Endometriosis,
  • Pelvic provocative ailment,
  • Leiomyoma
  • Much tumor

Then again, a few ladies may have exorbitant seeping amid monthly cycle however possibly they are reluctant to discuss it or they don’t know about it. On the off chance that you need to change the cushions or tampons each hour, or if your period keeps going longer than usual (seven days or more), you ought to instantly visit a Gynecologist in Delhi.

This can happen in each age, so it can be brought on by numerous reasons, for example,

  • Hormone lopsidedness,
  • Ovarian cysts,
  • Uterine polyps,
  • Adenomyosis,
  • Uterine tumor

In more youthful patients this substantial draining is normally brought about by hormone lopsidedness, yet in ladies in their 50s, the most widely recognized cause is the endometrial malignancy. What’s more, this likewise something that you shouldn’t disregard.

Contemplates have demonstrated that 80 percent of ladies don’t request specialists help about issues amid their cycle.

This substantial or delayed draining happens in around 25 percent of ladies, however, they once in a while choose to look for help and to put a conclusion to this issue. They typically call a specialist when they get to be pale (the most well-known confusion from menorrhagia).

How to stop or avoid uterine spasms actually?

A standout amongst the most critical approaches to stop uterine spasms is to get thinner. This will likewise avert endometrial disease in later age since weight is the most vital danger variable in charge of this sort of tumor.

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Treatments Provided by the Best Gynecologist in Delhi

Looking for the best Obstetrician in Delhi, an important decision took by a pregnant lady for getting the best Gynecologist in Delhi. Giving responsibility to your body is a tension which everybody has; is not an easy task to handover anybody.  You need to think twice before selecting a Gynecologist in Delhi for the savior of your health. A gynecologist is a person who undertakes your reproductive system medical problems. Doctor, who looks woman reproductive health care issues is responsible for the pros and cons too.

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Prescribing medicines is not just the duty of a doctor; they undertake your all mental plus physical issues. Gives best instructions to have a healthy pregnancy by taking healthy diets, exercises, peace of mind etc… To overcome gynecological problems we prescribe the best supplements, our main focus is to give a quality healthcare service.

Diseases handled by Gynecologist in Delhi

Cancer: Cancer which occurs in any part of the reproductive system vagina, cervix, vulva, uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries. Cancers or pre-cancerous a disease which affects reproductive organs are the most common disease in women’s.

Urinary Incontinence: Losing the control of bladder a problem results in leakage of urine also known as urinary inconsistency. A minor leakage or total loss of bladder content is the common results signs of this distressing problem.

Amenorrhoea: Amenorrhoea is a physiological problem after the start of menarche cause because of an absence of menstrual flow. It is the absence of mensuration period in women during reproductive age.

Dysmenorrhea: It is also known as dysmenorrhea, medical information of having pain during periods. It is described as an occurrence of pain and cramps in the lower abdomen during menstruation.

Infertility: It is described as not able to be pregnant or inability of conceiving by natural means. It is because of the insufficient levels of hormones in both men and women.

Infections: An illness caused due to infection is also known as communicable disease or transmissible diseases.

Vaginal diseases: an inflammation in vagina cause due to yeast infection, bacterial infection, and trichomoniasis in women.