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Dr. Qurratul Ain

Dr. Qurratul Ain


Internal Medicine

  • Qualifications MBBS, MD Internal Medicine, Certification in Medical Teaching
  • Gender Female
  • Fee 1000
  • Total Experience 8 Years


I am a highly skilled medical specialist with both MBBS and MD internal medicine degrees from the prestigious King Edward Medical university, Lahore. With extensive experience in emergency patient care, I have a proven track record of delivering high-quality medical care in challenging situations. My passion for providing compassionate, patient-centered care is what drives me to continuously improve my skills and knowledge, ensuring that I stay up to date with the latest advancements in medicine. Whether it is a life-threatening situation or a routine checkup, I strive to provide the best possible care to all my patients and I am committed to help them achieve optimal health and well-being.

Online Clinic


Online clinic, Lahore

Monday to Sunday

05:00 PM to 11:00 PM

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Some Recent Responses of Doctors to Patients' Queries

(1). Gynacosid is not recommended drug for termination of pregnancy. If you are still pregnant you can go for surgical termination of pregnancy.

(2). By your history I presume that you are not married and not planning pregnancy soon. In that case you can use tab Norethisterone 5 mg three times a day for 3 weeks. Then one week break during which you will have periods. Alternatively you can use oral contraceptive pills although a taboo to be used in unmarried females in Pakistan but as it prevents ovulation it reduces menstrual pain approximately 80 percent. Let me know when you use them and how much relief you felt. @shafiqobg.

(3). You might have upper respiratory tract infections which is not my specialty. Regarding pregnancy cough and chest infections has hardly any effect on a normal pregnancy..

(4). I can presume that you are not sexually active so hardly any need to investigate the vaginal discharge. If pain can be controlled with paracetamol ibuprofen volterol then no further investigation required. If pain gets worse please have a pelvic ultrasound scan and let me know @shafiqobg.

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