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Dr. Pooja A Kundargi  - Gynaecologist, Bangalore

Dr. Pooja A Kundargi

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MBBS, DGO, FMAS

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

12 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Dr. Pooja A Kundargi 92% (183 ratings) MBBS, DGO, FMAS Gynaecologist, Bangalore
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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Pooja A Kundargi, MBBS, DGO, FMAS, is a Gynaecologist in Bangalore. She has experience of 12 years in this field. During this tenure, she has treated numerous patients and helped them recover from their problems. Gynaecology refers to the medical procedure that deals with the health of the female reproductive systems and the breasts. When talking outside medicine, the term basically means, ‘the science of women'. Those specialists who deal in treating problems related to the female reproductive system and the breasts are known as gynaecologists. Dr. Pooja A Kundargi is a renowned Gynaecologist in Jnana Ganga Nagar, Bangalore. She sees her patients in Specialist Women’s Clinic Gynaecologist. It is located in Railway Mens Employees Layout 2nd Stage, SMV, Railway Layout, Jnana Ganga Nagar, Bangalore. She provides consultations to her patients Mon-Fri and on Sun from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Apart from being a Gynaecologist, Dr. Kundargi deals in various other specialities. She specialises in being an Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Obstetrician, Infertility, Infertility Specialist and also Mother and Child Care. Despite having 12 years of experience in this field, she charges a fee of Rs 500 per patient at her clinic, while charging Rs 350 per patient for online consultation. You can easily book an appointment with the doctors online through lybrate.com. Lybrate has a nexus with top Gynaecologists in Bangalore. You can easily find the listings of thousands of doctors in your region and check their reviews to make an informed decision.

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Education
MBBS - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore - 2007
DGO - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore - 2012
FMAS - World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons (WALS) - 2018
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Kannada

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Vulvodynia - How To Tackle It?

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Vulvodynia - How To Tackle It?

Vulvodynia refers to chronic pain in the vulva, a condition suffered by most women. Triggered generally by an unidentifiable cause, the pain was not considered as a real pain syndrome until of late. The ambiguity of the condition is such that many who do suffer from it fail to realize its complications.

There are primarily two types of Vulvodynia:

1. Generalized Vulvodynia: This is when the pain is all over the vulva, however different parts may pain at different times. It may be a constant pain or may occur occasionally.

2. Vulvar vestibulitis syndrome: The pain is in the vestibule area or the entrance of the vagina is known as vulvar vestibulitis syndrome. This kind of pain mostly exhibits a burning sensation and is triggered even by a slight touch. During intercourse the pain manifolds to extreme severity.

Although the cause of Vulvodynia is not known, doctors suspect the following reasons to be the contributing factors:

1. Nerve injury
2. Heredity
3. Yeast infections
4. Sexual abuse in the past
5. Muscle Spasm
6. Hormonal changes

Symptoms

1. Burning sensations
2. Aching or soreness
3. Itching

Treatment

Nowell versed cure is available for Vulvodynia, although certain self-care treatments can bring relief. Among the many, you need to figure out which method suits you best and choose accordingly. To discern the best method, you might have to try various different combinations. At the same time, it is extremely important to educate yourself about Vulvodynia and have a thorough knowledge about what it is all about.  It is advisable that you maintain a record of the treatments which according to you suit you the most in order to avoid confusion. Some of the methods are given below:

1. Avoid products which might act as potential irritants near the vulva.
2. Do not put much pressure on the vulva. Avoid activities which might exert direct pressure on it.
3. Whenever it pains, try to soothe the area by soaking it in lukewarm water or applying ice on it.
4. Use medications like lidocaine to relieve pain.
5. Certain exercises might also help relax the area.
6. Biofeedback also helps relax the vaginal muscles and bring some relief.

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Gestational Trophoblastic Disease - How To Diagnose It?

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease - How To Diagnose It?

Gestational trophoblastic disease is a rare condition. It only happens when trophoblast cells abnormally grow inside the uterus. Also, this only happens after conception. These cells surround the egg which has been fertilized in the uterus. It is also worth note that the trophoblast cells usually connect the fertilized eggs to the uterus' walls and also form a part of the placenta. It is only when there is a tumor that this disease is diagnosed. There are many forms of gestational trophoblastic disease. Here they are:

Types

1.        Complete hydatidiform moles
2.        Partial hydatidiform moles
3.        Invasive moles
4.        Choriocarcinomas
5.        Placental-site trophoblastic tumors (PSTT)
6.        Epithelioid trophoblastic tumors (ETT)

It is worth note that most of these diseases have different stages. The stage of how far cancer has developed can be found out using the following techniques.

Testing for cancer

1. Chest X-ray
This is simply an X-ray of the chest.

2. MRI 
An MRI is an abbreviation of magnetic resonance imaging. It makes use of a form of the magnet which transfers radio waves to a computer to find out what is going on within your body.

3. CT scan
This is similar to an X-ray except that more detailed and larger pictures inside the body can be taken and the scan has a slightly different procedure.
There are several ways to treat it depending on how far cancer has spread into the body. Here they are:

Treatment

1. Surgery
Surgery is usually done while the mole is still non-cancerous. The chances of the mole becoming cancerous are increased by pregnancy. Therefore, it is crucial that you do not become pregnant until the surgery is complete.

2. Chemotherapy
This is a less-ideal option but has to be taken if the mole has become cancerous. 
 

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Hi, I want to know if it is safe to use ovilow for 3 years continuously to prevent pregnancy.

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hi, I want to know if it is safe to use ovilow for 3 years continuously to prevent pregnancy.
Fine as such if you doesn't have any side effects you can continue.in between barrier methods can also be used.
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I am taking mddxr100 desvenlafaxine ise lens se pregnant hone pe koi problem nhi hogi n please I am very worried.

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
I am taking mddxr100 desvenlafaxine ise lens se pregnant hone pe koi problem nhi hogi n please I am very worried.
It's a category c drug. This tablets to be used when potential benefits outweigh the risks involved. Consult on-line.
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My wife is 11 weeks pregnant and she is taking naturogest sr 300 and cor-3 tablets from her initial days. Please guide me doctor is it good tablet to take during pregnancy period?

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
My wife is 11 weeks pregnant and she is taking naturogest sr 300 and cor-3 tablets from her initial days. Please guid...
Fine if your gynaecologist started susten tablet continue. Cor 3 is folic suppliments you can take. Both tablets can be taken, no need to worry.
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Hi, Mere gf ka period 3 march ko tha aur hum 1 march ko mile thai. hum ne uss din aise he thoda romance kiya tha. magar penis ander nhi gya tha. Aaj 9 march hai us ko ab tak period nhi hua kya koi problem hai? Wo 17 years ki hai ya common hai period delay hona.

MBBS, DGO, FMAS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hi, Mere gf ka period 3 march ko tha aur hum 1 march ko mile thai. hum ne uss din aise he thoda romance kiya tha. mag...
If no penetration of penis no need to worry. If her periods is on 30th, two days (if period are regular) before sex done it's safe time. You can wait for regular periods.
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