Women Health

Menopause and Your Changing Body

By Dr Sanket Pisat , Gynaecology Menopause is a normal condition experienced by all women as they age. It is used to describe changes a woman goes through just before or after she stops menstruating, marking the end of her reproductive period. Most women experience menopause in their 40s or…

Tips To Treat Endometrial Polyps!

By Dr. (Mrs.) Pulkit Nandwani, Gynaecology Endometrial polyps is a common abnormality of the uterine lining and found in many women. These are small growths, which are found attached to the inner uterine wall. Such polyps occur due to the excessive growth of the endometrial lining. In some cases, the polyps…

Homeopathic Way To Deal With PMS!!

By Dr. Sonam Jain, Homeopathy PMS or pre-menstrual symptoms are certain troublesome symptoms which you may undergo before the onset of your monthly periods. The symptoms may either be physical or completely psychological. You may experience physical symptoms such as abdominal bloating, diarrhea, constipation and tenderness in the breast. Mental symptoms include…

PCOS – Know The Exact Signs!

By Dr Sanket Pisat , Gynaecology PCOS, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is characterized by the formation of small cysts on the outsides of the enlarged ovaries. This is caused by the imbalance of hormones such as ‘estrogen’ and ‘progesterone’. PCOS generally affects the heart function, body weight, menstrual cycle and the…

Premature Menopause – Ways It Can Be Treated!

By Dr. Savita Gupta , Gynaecology Premature menopause is a condition where the female body stops producing estrogen before the age of 40. Premature menopause can either be natural or induced. A woman who undergoes this condition is affected by additional physical and emotional problems. Symptoms- The symptoms of premature menopause are as…

Postpartum exercise: Is your body ready?

By Dr Parul Aggarwal , Gynaecology An important change that comes with pregnancy is the physical change in a woman’s body. It is understandable that with the newborn in hand, the new mother would not have too much time to think about a workout plan for herself. However, the sooner…

Breast Cancer – Are Surgical Treatments Beneficial?

By Dr Sanket Pisat , Gynaecology Breast cancer is an abnormal growth of cells in the tissues of the breast. This cancer can occur in both the genders; however, is primarily diagnosed in women as compared to men. The survival rates for breast cancer have gone up significantly due to…

Top Ways To Check For Uterine Cancer.

By Dr. Minu Pandey Shah , Gynaecology Uterine cancers can be very difficult to suspect given the symptoms are similar to any pelvic problem. However, once the doctor suspects that a woman could be suffering from uterine cancer. The following is a list of tests, starting from the most non-invasive, which is…

Effects of Obesity during Pregnancy

By Dr. Sushma Dikhit , Gynaecology Obesity (when BMI is 30 or greater) during pregnancy is very harmful and affects not only the parent but also the child. It also harms the fertility and the outcome of IVF. Here are a few reasons why you should shed those extra kilos before getting…

Blocked Fallopian Tube: Causes and Treatments

By Dr. Asha Gavade, Gynaecology One of the most common causes of female infertility is a blocked fallopian tube. Fallopian tubes are two tubes located one on each side of the uterus. It helps to transport the matured eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. When there is a hindrance that prevents…