One year ago, when I graduated med school I had roughly two options in front of me (as an Indian medical graduate) - Either start working in a hospital setup or prepare for a post-graduate entrance exam to get into the residency of your choice! There's a third option as well when you can choose to … Continue reading When I took my post graduate entrance exam!
Many of you know I am appearing for an important exam this December so I haven't been able to post here in a long time (I miss blogging). Yesterday, however, I celebrated my 26th birthday so I decided to write a small post just in case if I wanna look back to a 26-year-old me! … Continue reading My 26th birthday!
DVT - Dams Visual Treat is an annual session conducted by DAMS (Delhi academy of medical science) in India. The session continues for three days, 10-12 hours each day and is a final boost for those appearing for PG entrance exam in India. I attended it this time and honestly, I had the experience of … Continue reading My experience with DVT – The largest class of doctors in India!
This is such a great post and super informative!
Breast pain (or mastalgia) is common problem faced by women at least once during their lifetime. It can range from mild pain to a chronic debilitating condition, which can even push a patient to the verge of depression. In fact, in the last one month, I have encountered two such patients, who have stopped socializing because of excruciating breast pain.
Mastalgia has varied causes and it can broadly be divided into cyclical & non cyclical causes. Cyclical mastalgia (breast pain) usually occurs because of hormonal fluctuations and the intensity of pain varies according to the menstrual cycle. On the other hand non-cyclical mastalgia usually occurs because of musculo-skeletal causes and the pain persists all throughout the month.
For the correct diagnosis and management of breast pain, it is important for the doctor to know certain points regarding the pain like:
- duration of pain
- location – restricted to one point or…
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Hola, No matter what I do or feel, when I am here, I always smile - this blog is my happy place. I write to unload all sorts of burden,unleash a side of me I didn't know exists, to get the perspective right and to feel at peace with myself again. And I am sure … Continue reading A note to self – an introspection!
So my last post, yesterday was exclusively for med students! It's been a while since I blogged so I thought why not do a short post, I have to catch up with ya'll. How have you been? I have been gooooooood! because I am home since last few days and I plan to stay here … Continue reading My happy place!
Now that I am finally done with otorhinolaryngology, I thought I can share few tips and tricks that worked for me (and hopefully might help someone else) and also because I had to document my journey of getting studying done through this year! So if you are not a med student and have a life … Continue reading How I studied otorhinolaryngology aka ENT?
Hola blog world! If you read my previous post, you must know I was out of station last couple of days visiting Mumbai (I was actually there to take up my diplomate of national board exam)😜 So here's my trip in gist! I have been to Mumbai before, visiting beaches, marine drive, nariman point and … Continue reading My short monsoon trip to Mumbai!
Goodmorning everyone! This is such a beautiful morning today. The roads are still wet from the rain earlier this morning. It's still breezy. Perfect time to probably go for a walk outside or just sit in the balcony and enjoy morning coffee. Mine is getting ready. What are you up to? I was pretty upset … Continue reading #Morning update- The blogs I found!
Before I start, you should probably know this isn't one of those 'feel good' posts! There are a lot of conflict & sadness inside me right now & so I am going to write this post with a heavy heart. Quick update though- I have an exam coming up on july 1st which is why … Continue reading How I feel about the world right now!