Best Gynecological Surgeon in Delhi

Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal

Mob: 7838006617

Creating healthy tomorrows...for all Women

Females undergo several changes right from her puberty. They are the ones who undergo the hormonal changes every month, while the course of their pregnancy and during menopause. Every woman thus needs to be extra careful when it comes about personal hygiene. We also aim to provide you with the best possible treatment for all the gynaecological problems of yours with an intention of creating healthy tomorrows for every woman.

Best Gynecologist in Delhi - Dr Ramnik Sabharwal

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                      Best Gynecological Surgeon in Delhi



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Uterine Fibroids: Everything you need to know

What are Uterine Fibroids?
Uterine Fibroids refers to the non-cancerous tumour of a woman's uterus. The uterine fibroid is quite a common condition and can develop within the uterine wall or attach itself to the wall of the uterus.

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

Have you put on a lot of weight all of a sudden?

PCOS comes with an array of symptoms like excessive hair growth on the face and body, irregular menstruation and weight gain. These signs should not be taken lightly as these may be the signs of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

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Facts and Information

  • Health care.

  • Certain things women must follow to get a healthy life.

  • Eating Healthy-one must include Healthy eating such as fruits and vegetables, low-fat dairy, fish, lean meats, grains, and beans.
  • Being active –Women must pay attention to their physical fitness which they can start with activities such as doing the daily chores and going to grocery store so that they have a chance to walk even a little bit more. Merging a variety of physical activities that includes aerobic activities such as jogging and stretching for staying active.
  • Taking care of yourself first –If you are unhealthy, taking care of others would not be possible. Get regular visits with your physicians or other health care specialists and get the screenings needed for early detection of various health conditions.

    Common diseases in women.

    There are various diseases such as Urinary tract infections, migraine headaches, cystitis (bladder infection), Osteoporosis (a condition in which bone density decreases) that are commonly seen in women.

  • Healthy food for leading a healthy life.

  • Healthy eating for women

    Nutrient-rich meals give energy for women's tight schedule and help in reducing the risk of disease. A healthy diet consists of
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • whole grains like wheat, oats or rice.
  • protein rich food such as eggs, chickpeas or nuts
  • dairy products like milk and cheese.

    How do the nutritional needs of a woman change throughout life? ?

    Women’s nutritional needs vary with every stage of her life.
  • During the teenage years, girls require calcium and vitamin D for stronger bones. Girls dietary needs comprises more iron than boys.
  • Young women require more calories as compared to the teenage girls for supporting their growing bodies. For maintaining a healthy life after the age of 28, women must cut their intake of calories and increase their physical activity regularly.
  • During pregnancy, women require more quantity of several nutrients such as Iron, protein, calcium more than usual for child’s development.

    How much fibre is required?

    Fiber is an integral component of any healthy diet. Great sources of fibre include whole-grain bread, cereal, beans and fruits.

    Team Goals:

    Our team aims towards creating a positive and healthy environment for women. It also aims to Encourage the development of a positive mental attitude and Grow every women’s reproductive and sexual health.

    Tip of the week:

    Loving everything about yourself - even the 'unacceptable' - is an act of personal power. It is the beginning of healing.
    ~ Christiane Northrup

  • Where to reach us

    Shree Jeewan Hospital
    67/1 New Rohtak Road, karol bagh , New Delhi -110005

    Or give us a call: 7838006617

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