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Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar  - Gynaecologist, Bangalore

Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

20 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Bangalore
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I'm a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care....more
I'm a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care.
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Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar is a renowned Gynaecologist in Sarjapur, Bangalore. She has had many happy patients in her 20 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. She is a qualified MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology . You can consult Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar at Motherhood - Sarjapur in Sarjapur, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sunitha P Shekokar on Lybrate.com.

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MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - Bombay Hospital Institute Of Medical Science, Mumbai - 1998
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Motherhood - Sarjapur

514/ 1-2-3, Kaikondara Village, Opp. More Mall, Sarjapur RoadBangalore Get Directions
  4.3  (324 ratings)
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I am 20 years old girl. My period is stop from 2 months, the last date of period is 17 th may.in july I had sex with my boyfriend and it is protected. I have thyroid (range 14.81) and I take my medicine to control thyroid. My period is not coming. I am really tense. What I do? Give me a solution.

BHMS, OCRT KOLKATA
Homeopath, Asansol
I am 20 years old girl. My period is stop from 2 months, the last date of period is 17 th may.in july I had sex with ...
Lybrate-user don't worried simple do one pregcart test if negative that mean thyroid and hormonal related problem. We deal with this type of case so if you interested please come for permanent treated for your thyroid problems.
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My periods are 20 days late .I did a home pregnancy test from prega news pregnancy test kit 5 days back but it came negative. I took an I pill last month on 21 sept and had my last period on 6 September. What can b done so that I get my periods.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
My periods are 20 days late .I did a home pregnancy test from prega news pregnancy test kit 5 days back but it came n...
Missed or late periods happen for many reasons other than pregnancy. Common causes can range from hormonal imbalances to serious medical conditions. There are also two times in a woman's life when it's totally normal for her period to be irregular: when it first begins, and when menopause starts. The remedies for late periods will depend on the reason that your period is late in the first place. If it is because of stress, then you will get your period once you are not so stressed anymore. If you have lost oodles of weight or are overweight, you’ll get your period when your weight returns to normal. If it’s a thyroid problem or a hormonal imbalance, you may have to take medication or undergo other therapies.
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Is there any danger in having sex after third month of pregnancy? Wife is thyroid patient and taking 100 mg daily.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Is there any danger in having sex after third month of pregnancy? Wife is thyroid patient and taking 100 mg daily.
Hi lybrate user, if everything is normal then it's safe to have sex after 3rd month of the pregnancy.
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My wife is facing PCOD problem doctor advised to have Sysron NCR -16 & trazer forte tablet but last month & this month period not regular.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My wife is facing PCOD problem doctor advised to have Sysron NCR -16 & trazer forte tablet but last month & this mont...
Hello User... these tablets are not the solution.. they may bring the periods but have many side effects... better take homoeopathic treatment to cure PCOD permanently.
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I had sex last week around her period date but that time her period was not obtained and it was protected sex but the condom get break. I also give her unwanted 72 with in 24 hrs. yesterday she got her period but for only one day and also something white colour is obtained with the blood she also feeling some stomach pain. So,please suggest me ,what I have to do. Please.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I had sex last week around her period date but that time her period was not obtained and it was protected sex but the...
Hi, Unwanted 72 hrs can prevent pregnancy but it gives rise to side effect like pain abdomen or irregular periods. Don't worry, it will be ok in 2-3 weeks.
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MASTURBATION

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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
MASTURBATION
What is masturbation?
What is masturbation?Masturbation is the stimulation of the sexual organs usually by a person himself, to obtain an orgasm. Though masturbation can be done by partners on one another, the term is more commonly used when sexual satisfaction is provided by self. Most people use their hands to masturbate, but instruments like vibrators and dildoes may also be used. These imitate the movements of the hand and provide sexual pleasure.

Masturbation is a way of releasing pent up sexual energy. Most people start masturbating at the time of puberty. With changes in an individual's hormonal profile during puberty, there is a surge of sexual energy which can be released with the help of masturbation. Masturbation is reported more in males than in females. More than a physiological difference in libido, this may be due to sociological taboos on females. Females also tend to discontinue or reduce masturbation when they form sexual relationships.
Is masturbation harmful?
Is masturbation harmful?This is the biggest myth surrounding masturbation. If indulged in moderation, masturbation, on the contrary, is a healthy practice that releases sexual energy. According to certain religious practices and beliefs, masturbation is harmful since it results in the loss of a man's "seeds" and makes him weak. Masturbation in women has largely been ignored in the religious texts. Other myths surrounding the act are that it reduces virility by making the semen less thick thereby reducing the chances of a man to bear children. This is totally untrue. Masturbation does not cause any loss of strength or virility in a person.
What are the other myths surrounding masturbation?
What are the other myths surrounding masturbation?

Only males masturbate – this is not true. Females masturbate as much as males do. However, they tend to report it less than males due to the social stigma attached to it. Also it has been observed that females tend to reduce or discontinue masturbation once they get into meaningful sexual relationships.

Masturbation is unhealthy – masturbation per se does not cause any health hazards. It is not an unhealthy habit. However, it may be mentally unhealthy if it assumes obsessive proportions and the individual is unable to think of anything else. It may also have physical repercussions if the instrument used to masturbate is dirty or infected.

Only adolescents masturbate – though the practice usually begins during adolescence, almost all adults practise it at some time or the other.

Masturbation does not provide as much satisfaction as sexual intercourse – sometimes masturbation is more satisfying than the sex act. This is because, during masturbation, an individual is in control of his own movements and can maximize the pleasure according to his or her needs. During sexual intercourse, the degree of satisfaction may, to some extent, lie with the partner.

People masturbate only if they have unfulfilling sexual relationships – people also masturbate for self satisfaction, even when they have fully satisfying sexual relationships.

Can one stop masturbating?
Can one stop masturbating?One can stop masturbating if one wants to. Just as one can live without indulging in sex, one can also stop masturbating with some will power. However, since the activity has nothing to be ashamed of and most people do it, there is no scientific reason to discontinue it. If one still wishes to discontinue, then the sexual energy may need to be channelised into alternative physical activities.

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Hi I'm 18 weeks 3 days pregnant today morning I find out tht im discharging very light brown watery discharge last 2 days back I heard baby heartbeat help me out.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Hi I'm 18 weeks 3 days pregnant today morning I find out tht im discharging very light brown watery discharge last 2 ...
It's common to have more vaginal discharge in pregnancy. It's usually harmless, and not that different from the discharge that you had before you were pregnant. There's just more of it. Normal vaginal discharge is called leucorrhoea. It's a mild or musky-smelling milky fluid that keeps your vagina clean. It comes from your cervix, which is the neck of your uterus (womb). You probably get more when you're pregnant because more blood is flowing to the area. This discharge tends to increase as you approach labour, and it can be quite heavy. At this stage, you may also notice a bloody, mucus-streaked show. This is the plug that seals your cervix during pregnancy. When it loosens and comes out, it's one of the signs that labour may start soon. If the discharge changes in appearance, it may need treating. See your doctor or midwife if your discharge is any of the following: unpleasant and fishy smelling white or grey and watery frothy, yellow or green thick and curd-like depending on your symptoms, you may have thrush, bacterial vaginosis or a parasitic infection (trichomoniasis). You should get treatment as soon as possible, as some vaginal infections are linked with a higher risk of miscarriage, or having a baby who is premature.
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