Is it ADHD or just bad behaviour?

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Dr Reshma Nikam Is it ADHD or just bad behaviour?…by Dr.Reshma Nikam Read the full story at Essential Kids by clicking the link here Is it ADHD or just bad behaviour? All kids will act out at some point, especially in the preschool years. “It’s part of growing up,” said Sydney-based General Paediatrician Dr Reshma…
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Increasing Robotic Excellence with Dual Operating Consoles

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by Dr Yogesh Nikam Click the link below to read the complete article about the use of surgical robot for treating complex endometriosis in a multidisciplinary fashion. Increasing Robotic Excellence with Dual Operating Consoles In a first for the San Hospital, a complex dual console gynaecological operation using the state-of-the-art da Vinci Robot has been performed…
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Indications your baby may have hip dysplasia

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Indications your baby may have hip dysplasia…by Dr.Reshma Nikam When you first hear the term ‘hip dysplasia,’ it’s likely you’ll assume that this is an adults only condition, but one in 100 children are diagnosed with hip dysplasia each day in Australia. Also known as Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH), the condition involves an abnormality…
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Better living with Endometriosis

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Hear Warren talk about Endometriosis in his radio interview on Talking Lifestyle Radio Dr Warren Chan radio interview You can also read this interview on the healthcare website by clicking here Download this podcast here At AEVAFEM, our specialists will take the time required to make you feel comfortable, alleviate the uncertainty of having a gynaecological procedure…
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Adnexal masses (Ovarian cysts) in Pregnancy

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by Dr Yogesh Nikam   Adnexal masses in Pregnancy Recently, I came across two very interesting cases of ovarian cysts in pregnancy. Both patients had similar pregnancy profiles, and both had a large ovarian cyst. One needed surgery to remove the cysts at 20 weeks of pregnancy, and the other carried on till the term, delivered…
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DEEP INFILTRATING ENDOMETRIOSIS: CAUSE OF PELVIC PAIN

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by Dr Yogesh Nikam Deep infiltrating endometriosis (D.I.E) is a particularly aggressive form of endometriosis that penetrates greater than 5mm beneath the peritoneal surface. D.I.E lesions are considered to be very active. They are strongly associated with pain, altering the quality of life. Pelvic pain, dysmenorrhoea ( severe pain with periods), dyspareunia ( pain with sex) or dyschezia (painful defecation / passing stool) are signs suggestive of D.I.E.…
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Endometriosis – A Diagnostic Delay

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by Dr Yogesh Nikam   Do you suffer from period pain? Have been told that it is a normal part of being a woman! Do you suffer from pelvic pain throughout the month? Do you have pain with sex? Is this affecting your relationship? Do you have pain when passing urine or opening your bowels? You…
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Are you doing the right thing for your pelvic floor, every day?

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by Dr Yogesh Nikam The increasing incidence of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction leading to increased incidence of urinary incontinence, recurrent bladder infections, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and bowel cancer is concerning. Interestingly, these issues can be addressed by having a proper squatting posture. Curious….then read on…. Recently, I attended the AGES (Australian & Gynaecological Endoscopy Society) – Pelvic Floor Symposium, held in Sydney. Experts…
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