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Answers by Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Female | 18

What caused missed period, stomach pains,laziness

Answered on 9th Dec'23

Missed PERIOD, stomach pain, and laziness can BE caused by:
-Stress or anxiety
-Hormonal imbalance,
-Polycystic OVARY syndrome
-Thyroid problems
-Pregnancy or miscarriage
-Uterine fibroids or CANCER
-Excessive exercise or weight loss
-Depression or eating disorders
-Perimenopause or menopause 
Consult a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment!!!!

Female | 18

15 days ki pregnancy ko kese hataye

Answered on 9th Dec'23

15 day PREGNANCY can be terminated through medication abortion. Connect with an experienced gynecologist.

Female | 20

I have pain full sex and i have not conceve pregnancy I have white discharge daily

Answered on 9th Dec'23

Female | 24

I use ipill on 28th nov. How do i know if that emergency pill effect on my body.

Answered on 9th Dec'23

Emergency pills often cause bleeding or spotting.. Take a pregnancy test after three weeks.. Emergency PILLS sometimes fail to prevent pregnancy.. Check for pregnancy symptoms regularly.. Emergency pills ARE not recommended for frequent use.... Consult a doctor for personalized advice.

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Blogs Reviewed By Dr. Swapna Chekuri

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Hepatitis E in Pregnancy

The Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is a significant cause of acute hepatitis in pregnant women. Recent studies have shown that pregnant women are at a greater risk of developing severe complications due to the virus, causing the mother and fetus's health at risk of preterm birth and fetal malformations. Which has led to more than 20 million estimated cases of HEV infection globally and resulted in 70,000 deaths. But don't worry! You have landed on the right page. This article will discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatments of Hepatitis E in Pregnancy and how to prevent it. Let us scroll down!

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9 Week Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery: Facts & risks you should be aware of

Ectopic pregnancy is a serious health concern that affects 1 in 80 pregnancies worldwide. The majority of ectopic pregnancies are treated with medication or surgery, depending on the severity of the condition. 2% of ectopic pregnancy surgeries are performed within 9 weeks of diagnosis. Approximately 95% of ectopic pregnancies are treated with surgical intervention. According to the World Health Organization, between 8-12 million women worldwide undergo ectopic surgery each year. This accounts for approximately 7-9 percent of all pregnancy-related hospitalizations. In some countries, the number is as high as 20 percent. Read more to get in depth information about the subject.

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Ovarian Cystectomy and Fertility: A Journey to Motherhood

Studies show that about 10–15% of reproductive-aged women have ovarian cysts. The risk of developing ovarian cysts increases with age. Also, women with a family history of ovarian cysts may be at a higher risk of developing them. In terms of malignant ovarian cysts, an estimated 1–2% of ovarian cysts are cancerous. Please continue reading to understand the prevalence of ovarian cysts and a woman's fertility outcomes after ovarian cystectomy.

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Degenerating Fibroids During Pregnancy: What Every Expectant Mother Should Know

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that originate in the uterine muscle. When one or more fibroids stop obtaining the blood flow they require to survive, they degenerate and start to shrink. If you are pregnant, or have been trying to conceive for a long time and are experiencing frequent discomfort and pain, consult your doctor. There may be chances that you have fibroid. Read on till the end to know all about fibroid degeneration during pregnancy!

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Liver Pain during Pregnancy (Understanding the Causes and Solutions)

Pregnancy is an exciting journey for any expectant mother. Yet, it is also a time when women are most sensitive to various discomforts and pains. One of the most irritating and concerning pains during pregnancy is in the liver. It can cause significant discomfort and even become a medical emergency if left untreated. About 3% of expectant mothers experience a liver problem throughout their pregnancy. Many of these conditions have health implications for both the mother and the child. Let's understand the causes of liver pain during pregnancy. So that the expectant mother can be aware of the signs, manage her symptoms, and ensure her and her baby's safety.

Academic Qualifications

  1. MBBS

    J.S.S Medical College, Mysore


  2. MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

    J.S.S Medical College, Mysore



  1. Doctor

    Swapna Clinic & Infertility Center

    2008 - Present

  2. Assistant Proffesor

    Deccan Medical College

    2009 - 2017


  1. Indian Medical Association (IMA)


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