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    Dr Mini Sood was a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University College of Medical Sciences and GTB hospital in New Delhi. She is a graduate and postgraduate from the AIIMS and since then has worked at the UCMS since 1988. She served at the Himalayan Insitute, Dehradun as Prof. and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Her chief areas of interest have been ultrasonography, high risk obstetrics, fetal medicine and gynaec oncology. She has received an award for her thesis paper presentation and postgraduates working under her guidance have received awards at the local as well as national level. She is currently working as an associate professor at the University Tecknology Mara, at Selangore Malaysia. She is the editor of three books and has several publications to her credit. She has also been an active member of the association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Delhi and the Indian medical association, Delhi Branch.

Questions Answered by me

There should be no problem, as this is within the normal range for period duration and cycle.

Answered on : 08 Jan 2008

You need to get investigated for infertility, since you have not conceived in the last two years. Also get treatment for loss of interest in sex,...

Answered on : 08 Jan 2008

Yes, after getting tested for CMV antigens, IgG and IgM in the blood.

Answered on : 13 Dec 2007

The doctor must have decided for caesarean delivery to be 100 percent sure of a healthy baby, in view of the fact that it is a precious and high...

Answered on : 15 Nov 2007

You need to get a scan done to see if the uterus and ovaries are normal and then take some progesterone tablets, i.e., if there is no pregnancy....

Answered on : 07 Nov 2007

There are ultrasound tests for detecting physical defects and certain maternal and fetal blood tests for other defects. However, these tests...

Answered on : 07 Nov 2007

Yes, it can be changed. You can lie down with the feet at a higher level than the head, by using some bricks under the foot end of your bed. This...

Answered on : 26 Oct 2007

The water bag bursts early, if there is any genital infection, trauma, urinary infection, or excessive strain. It can occur again, if any of these...

Answered on : 23 Oct 2007

By a vaginal scan the heartbeat is visible by the sixth week and later by the transabdominal scan. Your wife will have to get a repeat scan done...

Answered on : 03 Sep 2007

Painless labour is safe in most conditions if the pelvis is adequate for the baby.

Answered on : 25 Jun 2007
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