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  • Question asked by Shripal Pandey
     
     
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      December 14, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. The problems with urine could be either due to urine retention or due to kidney problems what we say Chronic kidney disease. She needs to go to a kidney doctor where they will check her and do necessary investigation as bloods and ultrasound to assess. Th...  more

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. After breast cancer surgery doctors advise regular interventions, so women should go for a regular checkup to avoid any kind of further development of breast cancer.
      Answered by- Dr. Sonia Rawat

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Prevention is better than cure, so women should exercise daily and avoid smoking and drinking. They should increase their physical activity and maintain a well-balanced diet. Fruits and vegetables should be an important part of their diet. Daily intake of...  more

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Screening is done for a healthy woman to check the possibility of breast cancer. Every woman should go for screening at least once in their lifetime to determine any possibility of breast cancer.
      Answered by- Dr. Sonia Rawat

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. As soon as one detects a breast lump, he or she should see a doctor immediately. The doctor will later advice further tests and refer doctor accordingly. If the woman is above 35 then she should go for mammography, which is a low dose x-ray for the breast...  more

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Self-examination is the first thing one can do to detect breast cancer. Both men and women can look themselves in the mirror to find out if there are any possible symptoms. They should watch carefully in the mirror whether there is any change in the breas...  more

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Lump in the breast is the most common symptom but there are symptoms other than a lump. Other symptoms may include redness or swelling of breast tissue, change in shape of the breast, scaliness of skin around the breast, nipple discharge, change in shape ...  more

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Age is an important factor that affects the risk of breast cancer. Women who are above 40 are more likely to suffer from breast cancer. But if it is genetic then breast can happen at an early age.
      Answered by- Dr. Sonia Rawat

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 26, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Yes, obesity is another modifiable risk factor of breast cancer. One can get rid of obesity by increasing physical activity to reduce the risk of breast cancer.
      Answered by- Dr. Sonia Rawat

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  • Question asked by Akansha Sharma
     
     
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      October 23, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. When the cells of breast become abnormal, it leads to breast cancer. There are many causes behind it and some of them can be modified whereas some of them cannot be modified. Non-modifiable causes may include genetics, gender or age. Modifiable risk facto...  more

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      December 14, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. It is advisable to see your doctor as the problems with menstrual cycle and infertility can be related to many factors. Your doctor will do certain blood tests to look at hormones assay and also look at whether you have diabetes and thyroid problems. They...  more

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  • Question asked by Kiran
     
     
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      December 14, 2018 View All Answers (1)
    • A. It is advisable to see your doctor as the problems with menstrual cycle and infertility can be related to many factors. Your doctor will do certain blood tests to look at hormones assay and also look at whether you have diabetes and thyroid problems. They...  more

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  • Question asked by nidhi
     
     
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      June 19, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      A variety of reasons leads to the abnormal menstrual cycle.
      These include hormonal imbalances and some serious medical conditions.
      Most often menopause will cause to it too....  more

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  • Question asked by fatema
     
     
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      June 22, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      It is less likely to increase flow, but you can try some remedies, including the foods which cause heat in the body.
      Read more at the following links to know more:
      http://www.onlymyhealth.com/how-cure-yeast-infection-in-women-...  more

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  • Question asked by deep
     
     
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      June 21, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      There are quite a few ways to increase breasts size., including the surgery. But, it is advisable not to worry about sizes, instead stay focused on overall health. Size got nothing to do with gratification or fertility.
      Stil,...  more

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      April 21, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      All the super speciality hospitals in metro cities have the consultation for Filariasis. You please visit any one, enquiring individually.
      Read More: http://www.onlymyhealth.com/what-filaria-12977606300

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  • Question asked by Anita Gupta
     
     
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      April 19, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      The reasons for Leucorrhoea include infection, malignancy, and hormonal changes. Leukorrhea may occur normally during pregnancy as well.
      There are several home remedies like applying ripe mango pulp, eating bananas daily and d...  more

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  • Question asked by vishny
     
     
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      April 10, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for your question.
      Resting leg as much as possible and elevating it with pillows while sleeping helps to prevent leg pain.
      Often, over the counter drugs help to relieve the pain too.
      Still, it is advised to consult a doctor to assess the reason ...  more

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  • Question asked by Ayesha
     
     
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      March 16, 2017 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Thank you for the question.
      As this is a specific problem, we suggest you to get the diagnosis done to ascertain the exact reason for the cysts.
      We highly recommend you to visit specialist doctor.
      Read More: http://www.onlymyhealth.com/can-ovarian-cysts-...  more

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