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Queens Hospital

Gynaecologist Clinic

11/B, 19 th Main, 25th Cross, 2nd Sector, HSR Layout Bangalore
1 Doctor · ₹500
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Queens Hospital Gynaecologist Clinic 11/B, 19 th Main, 25th Cross, 2nd Sector, HSR Layout Bangalore
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Gynaecologist.Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy a......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Gynaecologist.Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health.
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Queens Hospital is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. M.Gowri, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 91 patients.

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MON-FRI
11:30 AM - 02:00 PM
SAT-SUN
11:30 AM - 03:00 PM

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11/B, 19 th Main, 25th Cross, 2nd Sector, HSR Layout
HSR Layout Bangalore, Karnataka - 560102
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Dr. M.Gowri

DGO
Gynaecologist
31 Years experience
500 at clinic
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11:30 AM - 02:00 PM
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Vaginal Cancer - Know Symptoms Of It!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology -, Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Vaginal Cancer - Know Symptoms Of It!

Generally identified as a rare and uncommon phenomenon, vaginal cancer most often occurs in the cells present in the outer lining of the vagina, also called the birth canal. Although primary vaginal cancer is rare and unusual, there are various other types of vaginal cancer that originate elsewhere in the body but have spread over to your vagina.

Depending upon the nature of origin, vaginal cancer can be divided into the following types:

1. Vaginal adenocarcinoma, beginning in the glandular cells on the surface of your vagina
2. Vaginal sarcoma, developing in the connective tissue cells and multiple cells lining the walls of your vagina
3. Vaginal squamous cell carcinoma, originates in the squamous cells lining the surface of the bacteria
4. Vaginal melanoma, developing in melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells in your vagina

Symptoms

As vaginal cancer progresses from one stage to the next, you may experience any one of the following signs and symptoms:

1. Diluted, watery vaginal discharge
2. Painful urination
3. Constipation
4. Odd cases of vaginal bleeding, for instance, after menopause or after intercourse
5. Formation of lumps in your vagina
6. Frequent and regular urination
7. Pelvic pain

Causes

Normally, cancer develops when healthy cells undergo genetic mutations, subsequently leading to the uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells. Cancer cells are known to break off from pre-existing tumors and can easily spread everywhere, in what is referred to as metastasize.

Beyond the natural process of development, here are a few factors which may further contribute to the growth of cancerous cells:

1. Increasing age
2. Vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia
3. Exposure  to miscarriage prevention drugs
 

Frozen Embryo Transfer - What's The Success Rate Of It?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology, DGO
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Frozen Embryo Transfer - What's The Success Rate Of It?

Women are not really sure about frozen embryos’ ability to result in pregnancy. Ironically, the success of Frozen Embryo Transfer has dramatically improved over the last few years. In the days gone by, the chance of women getting pregnant through the use of frozen embryos seemed to be on the lower side compared to that from the transfer of fresh embryos. Recent data related to this suggests that this is no longer the case.

Reasons behind the low success rate of frozen embryo transfer in the past
Previously during the frozen embryo transfer process, the embryos which had to get frozen were the ones that did not get chosen for the fresh embryo transfer initially. The reason being that the embryologist had gone ahead to choose the best possible embryos for getting them transferred initially. As far as the fresh embryo transfer is concerned, the quality of embryo has got a major effect on the chance of a woman getting pregnant. On the other hand, if the quality of embryos frozen is not good, the rate of survival after it gets thawed along with the rate of pregnancy would be on the lower side.

The second important reason is the number of embryos that got transferred. Let us consider a couple who produce four very good quality embryos. Two of them are transferred during fresh In Vitro Fertilization Process and the remaining two are frozen. This leads to pregnancy and the woman gives birth to a baby. Later on, the couple once again decides to go for pregnancy by using the frozen embryos. Though only one embryo survives after getting thawed. The frozen embryo transfer is that of a single embryo. The success rate of a frozen embryo transfer through a single embryo is always going to be on the lower side than what it will be when multiple embryo transfers are involved.

Finally, the method of freezing embryos has seen a sea change quite a number of years ago. Nowadays the freezing of embryos takes place by a fast method, known as vitrification. This process has got a much better survival rate when embryos get thawed along with good rates of pregnancy when those particular embryos are transferred in a much better manner.

Studies about the high success rate of frozen embryo transfer
There have been studies performed in women, who have had quite a vigorous stimulation of their ovaries and were considered to be at high risk for Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. The physicians took the decision of skipping the process of embryo transfer and instead go ahead to freeze all the embryos for use at a later stage.

This tends to significantly decrease the risk of having serious Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome along with the decrease in complications. Other cases involved, physicians deciding to move on with a fresh embryo transfer despite the risk of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. In both the scenarios the couples have quite a large number of embryos and the embryos selected for transfer were the best embryos.

The studies have shown no difference in the rates of pregnancy between fresh or frozen embryos or for that matter higher rate of pregnancy with frozen embryos.

I took ipill on 4th April. From 13 th April dark brown bleeding starts and stomach pain. It bleeds for 3 days and stopped. And again started after 2 days. And stopped and again started yesterday. Am I pregnant?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I took ipill on 4th April. From 13 th April dark brown bleeding starts and stomach pain. It bleeds for 3 days and sto...
There is no fixed time in which one bleeds after taking ecp. Sometimes unexpected bleeding occurs more over it is not necessary. Next menstrual cycle can be early or delayed as side effects of the pill.
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Hi madam what can I do next. If I take, number 1 any combination pill like femilon or stop my period completely like primolut n or any other. If any possible I get regular period like 28 days cycle if I stop this tablet dinofirst 2 mg. Just now talked with my doctor she told me take femilon tablet with dinofirst 2 mg example night femilon and morning dinofirst 2 mg advice my doctor through mobile conversation. I read dinofirst 2 mg company rule. Don't take combination pill with dinofirst 2 mg. But my doctor why prescribed me this. Mam you told me" you ok now stop tablet" i'm alright now? How can you tell this? Doctor told me continue for 1 year this tablet. I'm totally confused. Now im in correct way and one more thing if I stop dinofirst completely then start heavy bleeding what to do then. Please answer my all questions. Thank you.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi madam
what can I do next. If I take, number 1 any combination pill like femilon or stop my period completely like ...
You are right about getting confused. The tablets mentioned above are heavy progesterone hormones which are secreted by our bodies after ovulation for fetus to grow in case of pregnancy and otherwise this hormone progesterone balances the feminizing hormone estrogens in normal women in reproductive age group the hormonal imbalance between two is very common and on top of this more hormones are added leading to more imbalance get ultrasound done to rule out other causes of bleeding take any one of above medicine, regularly till you feel better. Do not stop abruptly because repercussions of stopping medicine are worse than the disease don't take any other medicines to relax, sleeping pills certain pain killer etc get back here with ultrasound report for more guidance.

I had unprotected sex on 14th of april to 16th of april. I am scared that I might be pregnant. My last period was on 24th march and lasted for 5 days. So should I do the pregnancy test or wait for my period for this month?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I had unprotected sex on 14th of april to 16th of april. I am scared that I might be pregnant. My last period was on ...
You need to do a urine pregnancy test. It should be done 10 days after missing your period. For example, if your date was 10th, then do the test on 20th. Before that, it can give a false negative or false positive test. So you need to wait for and test.
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My last period was on 20.03.19 nd it lasts for 7 days. 29th march I had unprotected sex. And 3rd April again. I have taken unwanted 72 pill for 3rd but I had nthng for 29th. Will I become pregnant?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
My last period was on 20.03.19 nd it lasts for 7 days. 29th march I had unprotected sex. And 3rd April again. I have ...
Don't take ecp so many times. It can disrupt your hormonal balance. Use condom instead. There is no fixed time in which one bleeds after taking ecp. Sometimes unexpected bleeding occurs more over it is not necessary. Next menstrual cycle can be early or delayed as side effects of the pill. Taken within 24 hrs it is 95% effective.
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Hi Dr. I was intimate with my partner on 9th april. Nd my period date was 22nd april but it wasn't happen on date. What to do? Plzz give me some suggestion. My age is 17 years 2 months. Can I take emergency contraceptive pills?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hi Dr. I was intimate with my partner on 9th april. Nd my period date was 22nd april but it wasn't happen on date. Wh...
Now ecp will not work you need to do urine pregnancy test. It should be done 10 days after missing your period. For example if your date was 10th, then do the test on 20th. Before that it can give false negative or false positive test.
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