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Dr. Anbu Subbian

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

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Dr. Anbu Subbian is a renowned Gynaecologist in Basavanagudi, Bangalore. She is currently practising at Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Basavanagudi, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Anbu Subbian on Lybrate.com.

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Orgasm - 5 Ways You Can Help Your Woman!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), L.C.P.S, PhD,D.P.S.M
Sexologist, Ahmednagar
Orgasm - 5 Ways You Can Help Your Woman!

While making love is much more than getting a climax, it is one of the most pleasurable moments a man or a woman can feel. However, for many women, climaxing or achieving orgasms isn’t as easy as for men. In fact a significant number of women haven’t been able to achieve orgasm even once due to a variety of factors. Even women who want to orgasm face difficulty in achieving orgasms on a regular basis.

Here are some tips to help if you are one of these women.

  1. Attentiveness towards one’s own body: Women are often raised to be very conscious about their bodies and sexuality in general. This affects their view of sexuality even when they are in a committed loving relationship. Hence, many women are unable to communicate with their partners openly about their needs. It is important that you indulge in masturbation or some forms of self pleasure to understand what your body responds to and then be able to communicate it to your partner.
  2. Foreplay is king: This is a major part often missed by the partners of women who are unable to orgasm. Foreplay helps the woman get aroused; longer the foreplay, longer the arousal. A longer arousal will help you in being lubricated better, which will decrease painful sensations and will help achieve orgasms. It is also important that you talk to your partner and ensure that you have enough foreplay.
  3. Stimulation of the clitoris: While there is debate within the medical circles about the efficacy of various types of orgasms such as vaginal or pelvic orgasms; most women do feel clitoral orgasms as it is one of the most easily stimulated areas with thousands of nerve endings. Thus, you should ask your partner to rub, touch, or lick your clitoral region as this is one area where achieving orgasms would be easier than other parts of the genitals as well as a whole body orgasm.
  4. Variety is the essence of love making: Women tend to be able to orgasm with a variety of activities rather than one type of sexual act. It is thus, important for you to tell your partner the various things that you may be interested in trying out. If you can try out multiple positions and techniques, it will increase your chances of being able to orgasm.
  5. Take the help of toys and lube: Lubrication in the form of commercially available lubes as well as sex toys can help you achieve orgasm much quicker and it would be a good idea to include them in while making love. You can also go solo with these sex toys to achieve orgasm during masturbation as this would help in achieving orgasms even during sex with a partner.

I want to conceive baby. Right now I have period time. In every month I have periods like exactly 28 days. In this mnth I am using clomophene tablets. Doctor giving me duphaston tablets today. Pregnancy test is _ve today. When did I take my pregnancy test. Am I pregnant or not. please give me any.

MBBS DGO PGDCC
Gynaecologist, Belgaum
I want to conceive baby. Right now I have period time. In every month I have periods like exactly 28 days. In this mn...
Tab. Clomiphene citrate you have already taken. You have to keep contact from d10-d16 on alternate day. Keep using tab. Duphaston in this period till you miss your periods. Get urine pregnancy done 5-6 days after missed period.
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If a pregnant woman goes for cesarean delivery, is it good for health and what are the advantages and disadvantages for this. And also share the advantages and disadvantages of normal delivery.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Pune
If a pregnant woman goes for cesarean delivery, is it good for health and what are the advantages and disadvantages f...
Normal delivery is always better than c section as it's a natural procedure. One should not have c section on demand. Only medical conditions should be reason for c section. One must try for normal delivery.
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Is it possible to have sex with my wife during pregnancy. If so up to which month should we do have sex. It is safe to her and health. Please tell us the precautions.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Is it possible to have sex with my wife during pregnancy. If so up to which month should we do have sex. It is safe t...
Yes you can have sex from 6th month till 8th month. But during the time of pregnancy have only when your wife desire a lot. There are more chances of infection during the time of pregnancy due to hormonal imbalances or any vitamin d and a deficiency. I advice you if you want to have sex, ensure you don't have any infection and she is not having any health issue. Try only 6th month and 7th month alone. Take care.
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My wife vagina is dry so my wife pain in vagina so how to solve this problem please help me. I don't sex last 6 month pls help.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
hi lybrate user, you can apply lubricant gel while having sex so that dryness of the vagina is not a problem.
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I haven't had my period since 3 months. I am really scared why I haven't had my periods. I am also taking a doctor prescribed medicine, still its not working. Please help.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
I haven't had my period since 3 months. I am really scared why I haven't had my periods. I am also taking a doctor pr...
Hello...please stop that hormonal pill that you taking. It will increase your menstrual problems by the age of 20 yrs itself. Better you get your treatment from a homoeopath. Initially for 1-2 months you will face problems but then it will become regular after Homoeopathic treatment. If possible, you can consult me too for that... Take Care... :)
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My wife is 8 weeks pregnant. Can you please suggest some food so that my baby will have fair skin.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My wife is 8 weeks pregnant.
Can you please suggest some food so that my baby will have fair skin.
Use following diet in pregnancy lunch: broccoli and pea soup a fantastic light lunch that's easy to digest and is full of folate. Serve with crusty bread and reduced-fat hummus, to make it even more nutritious. This recipe uses fortified soya milk, so it's fine to eat if you're a vegan, but you can replace it with semi-skimmed cow's milk if that's what you have to hand. Serves four, and freezes well, if you have leftovers. Ingredients 2 tbsp olive or rapeseed oil 1 large onion, roughly chopped 500g broccoli, roughly chopped 250g frozen peas 500ml unsweetened fortified soya milk (or semi-skimmed milk) 500ml vegetable stock black pepper, to taste method preparation time: 20 minutes cooking time: 20 minutes in a large, non-stick saucepan or casserole, fry the onion in the oil until soft. This should take about 10 minutes. Add the broccoli and peas. Cook for a few minutes, stirring often. Add the soya milk and stock, and bring the soup to the boil. Then turn down the heat, cover the pan, and simmer for about 20 minutes, until the broccoli is soft. Transfer to a food processor or blender, or use a stick blender and whizz until smooth. Snack: orange with stem ginger and dates give your immune system a boost in those early weeks with a fresh orange, which is a great source of vitamin c. The ginger may help to relieve nausea, and adds a spicy kick to the orange. Ingredients 1 large orange handful of dates stem ginger in syrup method preparation time: 5 minutes peel the orange and slice it horizontally, arranging the slices on a plate. Chop a few dates and sprinkle on the orange. Then chop the stem ginger finely and add a few slivers on top. Dinner: beef and black-eyed bean casserole black-eyed beans are high in folate and a good source of fibre. This delicious stew is an easy way to incorporate beans into your diet. The bacon and sun-dried tomatoes are high in salt, so you won't need to add any stock or salt. Serves four, and can be frozen. Ingredients 150g lean bacon, cubed 1 large onion, roughly chopped 500g lean stewing beef 1 large (400g) can black-eyed beans, drained and rinsed 1 tsp paprika or smoked paprika 2 tbsp sun-dried tomatoes in oil, drained and chopped 1 tbsp plain flour 400ml water 2 bay leaves black pepper method preparation time: 15 minutes cooking time: one hour 30 minutes preheat the oven to 160 degrees c, or gas mark 3. Add the bacon and onion to a non-stick frying pan and cook over a gentle heat, until the bacon releases its fat and the onion is browned. Remove from the pan and add to a large casserole, along with the beef, beans, paprika and tomatoes. Sprinkle over the flour and stir in. Pour over the water, tuck in the bay leaves and stir well. Cover with a lid and place in the oven for 90 minutes, stirring occasionally. Put a jacket potato in the oven at the same time as the stew. Serve with steamed broccoli or spinach, and carrots or sweetcorn.
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Pain During Urination - What Can Be The Possible Reasons Behind It?

DNB (Urology), MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Urologist, Delhi
Pain During Urination - What Can Be The Possible Reasons Behind It?

Urine is the body’s way of removing toxins from the bloodstream. This should be a painless procedure but many people complain of painful urination. This pain could stem from issues with the urethra, bladder or perineum. It may be caused by a number of factors.

These include:

 

  1. Urinary Tract Infection (UTI): UTI could be caused by an inflammation of the urethra or a bacterial infection. In either case, painful urination is one of the first signs that can be identified. Women have a higher risk of UTIs as they have a shorter urethra as compared to men. This allows bacteria to travel through the urethra easily to reach the bladder.
  2. Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI): A sexually transmitted infection such as gonorrhea, genital herpes or chlamydia could also cause painful urination. These diseases may not have other visible symptoms and hence it is important to get yourself checked out by a doctor. Simple sexual practices such as engaging in safe sex and abstaining from sexual intercourse with multiple partners can help prevent STIs.
  3. ProstatitisThis is a condition in which the prostate gland gets inflamed. This affects only men and is a common cause of painful urination and a stinging sensation while passing urine.
  4. Cystitis: Cystitis can be described as an inflammation of the lining of the bladder. It can make a person want to urinate more frequently, cause urinary incontinence and painful urination. The most common type of cystitis is known as Interstitial cystitis (IC).
  5. Kidney StonesMineral deposits in the kidneys are known as kidney stones. The size of these stones can range from a few mm to be as big as a golf ball. The larger the kidney stone, the more painful it will be. Small kidney stones may be passed out of the body along with urine while medical intervention may be required for larger kidney stones.
  6. Urethral StrictureThis is a condition where the urethra is narrowed by the development of scar tissue around it. It may be the result of a previous surgery, trauma to the abdomen, cancer, radiation etc. as the urethra is narrowed, the amount of urine that can pass through it is reduced thereby causing pain and difficulty urinating.
  7. AllergyAn allergic reaction to soaps, lotions, creams and other such personal hygiene products used in the genital area can also contribute to painful urination. Sometimes the dyes in laundry and detergents can also cause irritation in your private parts.
     

I had cesarean 2 months back and breastfeeding. What is the best method avoid pregnancy? can i use contraceptive pills?

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Condoms would be ideal. But if you are not comfortable with condoms, think of getting an intrauterine contraceptive device (Multiload) inserted. Regular OC Pills are not advisable. You may consider Progesterone only pills, but they have side effects like irregular vaginal bleeding.
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