Dr. Andal’s Lakshmi Fertility Clinic was established on June 30th, 1989 in the heart of Nellore city by Dr. S. Bhaskar and Dr. S. Andal Bhaskar, providing first class medical care in infertility.
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Dr. S. Andal Bhaskar, M.D.,D.G.O
16-2-94, Opp. Raghava Cine Complex,
Pogathota, Nellore(A.P.) 524 001, INDIA
Phone; +91-0861-2341870, 2327018, 2328914
INCIDENCE of abortion:
Spontaneous abortions 10% -20%
Induced abortions -10%
Causes Of 1st Trimester Abortions(first 3 months)
PLAN FOR ABORTION WORK UP:
It starts in non pregnant period.
So give gap of 3-6 months
1) To evaluate the causes for abortion in both partners.test and treatment.
2) To prepare healthy sperm and egg.
3) WELL PLANNED PARENTS & WELL TRAINED BABY .
Egg and sperm quality are low resulting in decreased fertility status,spontaneous missed abortions and congenital ano malies of fetus etc. Egg and sperm quality is affected by diet and activity.
IN Harvard Nurses’ Health Study, details of the diet and lifestyle among 18,000 women hoping to conceive, was closely monitored over 8 years. It was found a six-fold increase in fertility due to Low GI diet with vegetable protein, full fat dairy and monounsaturated fats, exercise and multivitamin mineral supplement.
This new science of epigenetics reveals that you are in fact an extension of your environment, which includes everything from your thoughts and belief systems, to toxic exposures and exposure to sunlight, exercise, and, of course, everything you choose to put onto and into your body. As Dr. Lipton is fond of saying, the new biology moves you out of victimhood and into Mastery—mastery over your own health
In a pregnant mother, three generations are directly exposed to the same environmental conditions at the same time. An epigenetic effect that continues into the 4th generation could be inherited and not due to direct exposure.
Researchers face the added challenge that epigenetic changes are transient by nature. That is, the epigenome changes more rapidly than the relatively fixed DNA code. An epigenetic change that was triggered by environmental conditions may be reversed when environmental conditions change again.
Three generations at once are exposed to the same environmental conditions (diet, toxins, hormones, etc.). In order to provide a convincing case for epigenetic inheritance, an epigenetic change must be observed in the 4th generation.
The genome changes slowly, through the processes of random mutation and natural selection. It takes many generations for a genetic trait to become common in a population. The epigenome, on the other hand, can change rapidly in response to signals from the environment. And epigenetic changes can happen in many individuals at once. Through epigenetic inheritance, some of the experiences of the parents may pass to future generations. At the same time, the epigenome remains flexible as environmental conditions continue to change. Epigenetic inheritance may allow an organism to continually adjust its gene expression to fit its environment - without changing its DNA code.
SO ABORTION IS AN OPPURTUNITY TO PREPARE PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY TO BEGET A GOOD CHILD.
Anxiety makes her expect pregnancy (in a negative way); that is by thinking “whether I will get pregnancy or periods? Will I get periods this month also” and checking for bleeding everytime we visit the toilet. As long as this attitude persists, conception is invariably delayed, leading to frustration ,negative belief (that pregnancy is difficult)and depression of the couple.
These couple don’t conceive when they are on treatment,because they keep expecting about pregnancy.
Protein are essential for body building and growth. Proteins are found in all cells in the body such as muscle, internal organs, hair and skin. Our body needs different types of proteins to maintain its regular and healthy functioning.
Animal protein: Meat, eggs and fish are sources of complete protein. Milk and milk-derived foods are also sources of good protein.
A good source of plant protein is often a combination of various foods, because different foods are rich in different amino acids. The three most common complementary protein combinations are Grains (rice, wheat, corn, barley, etc.) milk, legumes (peas, beans, lentils) seed.
Daily requirement of protein during pregnancy is about 60 grams and in lactation 65grams.
Increase healthy fats in the diet especially from sources like coconuts, coconut oil, olives and olive oil, butter, grass-fed meats, eggs, avocado and nuts
Necessary Carbohydrates from vegetables, some fruits and grains and legumes
Eat a lot of vegetables, especially green leafy varieties like lettuce, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collard, chard, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and similar veggies.
The biggest dietary factor that often contributes to infertility is lack of enough essential fats and proteins in the diet. Your body can’t make the hormones it needs without proteins and fats, and often this factor alone can prevent conception put more fiber rich foods .this is by far the most important step. Most of us these days are undernourished, despite being overweight. The body simply will not allow conception to occur or a pregnancy to continue if it doesn’t have the basic foundation it needs to sustain a pregnancy. Many women turn to a low-fat, high fiber diet in an attempt to increase health and lose weight. Weight loss has been shown to increase fertility, but losing weight in this way is rarely effective for increasing fertility because it deprives the body of the necessary proteins and fats necessary for hormone production.
To optimize fertility through nutrition:
For some women, these steps alone will optimize fertility and allow conception. It is very important to continue these things once pregnant, and not stop giving yourself proper nutrition, which is even more vital for the growth of an unborn child. Of course, pregnancy is not a license to revert to a bad dietStep
Children exposed to prenatal tobacco smoke may experience a wide range of behavioral, neurological, and physical difficulties. Adverse effects include stillbirth, placental disruption, prematurity, lower mean birth weight, physical birth defects (cleft palate etc.) decrements in lung function, increased risk of infant mortality.
A study of 1,909 women in America found the risk of not conceiving for 12 months was 55% --- 1 cup of coffee per day,
It was 100% --- 1 1/2 to 3 cups
It was 176% --- More than three cups per day
Coffee drinking before and during pregnancy was associated with over twice the risk of miscarriage when the mother consumed 2 to 3 cups of coffee per day.
When healthy men consumed more than 3 cups of coffee per day, the damage to sperm DNA was increased by up to 20% compared to non-coffee drinkers. DNA damage can lead to chromosomal abnormalities and gene mutations after fertilization, increasing the risks of developmental defects and genetic diseases among offspring.
Additives ,preservative,coloring,flavoring agent
Foods of animal origin
Foods that have been barbecued, broiled, fried, grilled, or otherwise cooked at high
Foods that have been browned or burned
Hydrogenated vegetable oils
Air pollutants such as asbestos, benzene, carbon monoxide, chlorine, formaldehyde, ozone, tobacco smoke, and toluene
Chemical solvents such as cleaning products, glue, paints, and paint thinners
Perfumes hair dyes, chemical household cleaners, nail polish remover, garden sprays, and paint fumes.
Men sitting with their legs together and working on a laptop computer can rise the temperature by up to 2.8 degrees C
Inorganic sodium causes the body to retain fluid. High intake of this substance thickens and stiffens arteries and increases the risks of strokes, and cardiac failure. It accelerates the rate of renal functional deterioration. Sodium chloride draws calcium from your bones.
White Flour Products:
Fermented Cod Liver Oil and the high Omega-3 content can help reduce inflammation and boost proper hormone production.
Organic flax seeds - Flax seeds provide essential fatty acids (omega 3) as well as important fiber to the diet. Essential fatty acids are used by the body to support hormonal products and fiber is used by the body to aid in estrogen metabolism.
Spirulina - A small green algae type aquatic plant that is high in phytochemicals as well as antioxidants, protein and minerals.
Organic Wheat Grass, Barley, Alfalfa, Kamut and Rye Grasses - Containing healthy of evels of magnesium, minerals and chlorophyll, these leaves and grasses help to support the body's natural ability to detoxify and cleanse the blood.
Two of the compounds found in green tea, hypoxanthine and polyphenols, may also help to produce healthier sperm and eggs which increase the number of embryos that are viable for conception.
Vitamins, B complex:b6 b9(folic acid) b12
Vitamin C, D, E
Chromium,magnesium,calcium,zinc and selineum
Habits like smoking, drug use, and high caffeine intake can severely impair fertility. There are many other lifestyle factors that contribute as well:
Most lifestyle factors are also easy to fix with a little effort. The most common lifestyle factors that can increase fertility are:
Getting enough sleep: Sleep plays a vital role in production of many hormones. Studies have shown that women with low melatonin and serotonin levels have a shorter luteal pahse (time between ovulation and menstruation) and consequently have a lower chance of conceiving. Lack of sleep also impairs the body’s ability to properly regulate adrenaline, cortisol and insulin, making conception very difficult. Make sleep a priority and get enough to feel rested, not just awake. This may mean taking a nap during the day or going to bed a few hours earlier. A completely dark sleep environment may also help melatonin levels and sleep.
Minimize exposure to toxins: This should be a book in itself, but most women notice improvement from limiting exposure to household chemicals, plastic water bottles and conventional cosmetic and beauty products.
Recommended exercise for women trying to conceive:
Refined Sugar is lethal for human consumption because it has been depleted of its life forces, vitamins and minerals, rendering it “empty”causes the development of a condition called insulin resistance. Obesity, type-II diabetes, polycystic ovary disease, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and hormone related cancers.