Monthly Archives: May 2017

This Mothers Day I would like to Share

Every year, we celebrate mothers day with a lot of pride. And it is rightly so. While we all enjoy all the attention given to us mothers, I have a small request to all my friends, especially those who have daughters. I know most of us have grown up with the notion that we are…
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What is a Panic Disorder?

Very often women undergo the acute and distressing symptoms of a panic attack without realising what they are going through. They may experience a sudden onset of intense fear or discomfort that reaches a peak within minutes and is overwhelming. The attacks can feel intense, and frightening and are usually highly unpleasant experiences. The symptoms…
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Women and Depression

Did you know that women are almost two times more likely to be diagnosed with depression than men? Why is this gender gap in the prevalence of depression? Why are women more likely than men to face clinical depression during their lifetime? While there’s no single reason, researchers believe there are several different factors including…
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When women opt not to have children

Women who choose not to have a child are often labeled as Selfish, Greedy, Shallow, Over-Educated, Cold Heated and in numerous denigrating words. However, this may not be the case with every feminine individual. A patient of mine, a young woman in her thirties came to me for some minor health problem. As I began…
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