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Dr. Yasmeen Niazi


Gynaecologist, Bhopal

28 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
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Dr. Yasmeen Niazi MBBS, MS Gynaecologist, Bhopal
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. Yasmeen Niazi is a renowned Gynaecologist in Charlimli, Bhopal. She has helped numerous patients in her 26 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She is a qualified MBBS, MS. She is currently associated with Yasmeen Clinic in Charlimli, Bhopal. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Yasmeen Niazi on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 43 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Bhopal and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MBBS - Raipur Medical College - 1990
MS - Jabalpur Medical College - 2010
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Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)


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Masturbation: What You Need To Know?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Masturbation: What You Need To Know?

Masturbation: What's the Definition?

Masturbation is one of the most popular pastimes of people, especially men. While various surveys and studies have turned up differing results, it's safe to say that it is the rare male who does not engage in masturbation at least occasionally. And if website traffic statistics for porn sites are to be believed, most men masturbate with considerable frequency. And why not? Few things are as fun as masturbation or require as little equipment; basically, it can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere (although it's best to limit that "anywhere" part to non-public places). And since men who ejaculate more often have a lowered chance of prostate cancer, there's even a penis health benefit to the activity. But when two people are talking about masturbation, can they be sure they are using the same definition? The answer might be surprising.


Naturally, there are some instances where the definition is not really in doubt. It's hard to believe that anyone would disagree that the following scenario doesn't fit the definition of masturbation: A man is alone in a room with his penis exposed. He has an erection and has wrapped one of his hands around that erection so that he is gripping it fairly tightly. He moves his hand up and down the penis until he reaches a point where he ejaculates semen.

That's a pretty classic definition, and one that would likely be universally recognized as masturbation. But suppose that scenario was changed slightly. Instead of stroking himself until he ejaculates, let's say the man stops before achieving that release. Is it still masturbation? There are some who would argue that it's not.

Other scenarios

Following are a number of other scenarios that some people would believe constitute masturbation, but which some others might not:

- A man has an erection. He exposes his penis, then lies face down on a bed and begins thrusting his hips back and forth against the mattress and sheets. He continues doing so, over and over, until he ejaculates.

Masturbation? Not to someone who believes that masturbation involves manual stimulation of the penis by one's own hand or hands.

- A man has an erection but keeps it tucked inside his pants. He rubs his penis through his pants until he ejaculates.

There's manual stimulation by hand here, but the hand isn't actually touching the penis; it's touching the fabric of the pants - and therefore some would disqualify it as masturbation.

- A very limber man is naked and sporting an erection. He somehow contorts his body into a twisted shape such that his head is in contact with his penis. Opening his mouth, he is able to suck on his own penis until he ejaculates.

Is autofellatio masturbation? To some yes, but to others it isn't; it is "simply" oral sex with oneself instead of with another person.

- To bring relief to his insistent erection, a man inserts it into a tube with an opening resembling a vagina and thrusts it in and out of the tube until he achieves orgasm.

As with autofellatio, some people would argue that this kind of sex toy penetration is not masturbation; it lacks the direct application of the hand to the penis.

- Inserting and withdrawing a phallic-shaped object in his anus, a man achieves ejaculation from stimulating his prostate but not his penis.

Again, with no direct manual stimulation of the penis, this would not be considered masturbation by some.

- A woman strokes a man's penis with her hand until he ejaculates.

To some people, masturbation is restricted one person stimulating themselves and no one else.

Whether a person considers any, some or all of the scenarios above to be a definition of masturbation, it's worth remembering that being too enthusiastic in self-handling can lead to a raw and sore penis. Regular use of a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. Choose one with moisturizing and soothing agents like Shea butter and vitamin E to help ease the soreness. And find one with L-carnitine, because rough handling often de-sensitizes the penis. L-carnitine's neuroprotective properties can help restore lost sensation.

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When my wife was in her 5th week pregnancy. We got tested homocysteine and it came out as 13. Since then as per doctor prescription she is taking Enoxarin 40 mg injection. After nearly 1 month we tested again for homocysteine and there was not much improvement (12.7). Why it is so? How long it takes to normalize?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
When my wife was in her 5th week pregnancy. We got tested homocysteine and it came out as 13. Since then as per docto...
Hi lybrate-user Homocysteine is an amino acid which is normally present in the body, to make proteins. And it is necessary for many body functions. There is a recent research that increased levels in pregnancy can affect the pregnancy outcome, like causing miscarriages etc And the way it causes miscarriages if by increasing the thickness of blood, reducing the blood flow to placenta. Enoxarin is a drug that prevents blood clots and blood thickness. It was given to reduce the blood thickness and improve flow to the uterus, and not to reduce the homocysteine level I would like to know why it was tested for your wife in the first place. Did she have any prior miscarriages? Is there family history of excess homocysteine? Do speak to your obstetrician and get your doubts cleared. Hope this helps Wishes for a safe and healthy pregnancy and baby
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6 Symptoms Of Metabolic Bone Disease!

Fellowship In Joint Replacement, MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
6 Symptoms Of Metabolic Bone Disease!

Metabolic Bone Disease is a term used for various conditions of the bones that can be caused by a number of different disorders. Most of these disorders are developed due to nutritional deficiencies, defects in the bone metabolism procedure or due to hereditary defects in the skeletal structure. Conditions that fall under the category are osteoporosisosteomalaciarickets, Paget's disease, parathyroid conditions, chemotherapy induced bone loss and menopause induced bone loss.

Causes of Metabolic Bone Diseases:

  1. Imbalance in the level of calcium : Too much calcium or too little calcium can cause bone diseases. While the overabundance of calcium (hypercalcemia) in the body will lead to calculi formation, which can be harmful for the body, the lack of calcium (hypocalcemia) causes weakness, bone pain and restricted growth. 
  2. Deficiency of phosphorus: Low phosphorus in blood (hypophosphatemia) leads to softening of the bone tissue and bone loss. Osteomalacia is commonly caused by phosphorus deficiencies.
  3. Deficiency of Vitamin D: Vitamin D is essential for the body to absorb calcium. Cells called osteoblasts need vitamin D in order to absorb calcium and secrete the bone tissue proteins. A deficiency of vitamin D can lead to a number of metabolic bone diseases like rickets and osteoporosis.
  4. Over or under secretion of the parathyroid hormone:The parathyroid hormone (PTH) stimulates the secretion of an enzyme, which converts the inactive circulatory form of vitamin D into its active usable form. The hormone can also increase the circulation of free or ionized calcium (Ca2+), which is not attached to proteins. Both underproduction and overproduction of the hormone causes skeletal problems.

Symptoms of Metabolic Bone Diseases:

The symptoms of most of the Metabolic Bone Diseases are similar, such as 

  1. A dull, throbbing pain in the bones is the most common symptom. The pain is frequent and lasts for a long amount of time, but unlike muscular pain, the exact region of bone pain cannot be specified.
  2. Severe joint pains accompanied by stiffness and swelling of the joints. The patient experience pain during regular physical activities, especially during cold weather conditions.
  3. Frequent fractures are caused by most bone diseases because the bone mineral density decreases drastically. Severe bone injury may be caused by mild trauma.
  4. Defects in the bones can cause bowed out legs and a bent backbone.
  5. A general feeling of exhaustion is often caused by bone diseases.
  6. Kidney stones are an associated complication of metabolic bone diseases.
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I wanted to do sex with my girlfriend. Can you suggest the best way to tempt her? As I don't know how to tempt her. Sometimes I sleep with her on the same bed.

Sexologist, Panchkula
You don't know how to tempt your girlfriend. You can touch her body, boobs, lips, vagina and clitoris. Clitoris is the most sensitive part of female genatilia. By doing this, she will get excited and wants to have and enjoy sex. Follow this and be happy.
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No periods for 3 months. Negative home pregnancy test but have kind of symptoms of pregnancy.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
No periods for 3 months. Negative home pregnancy test but have kind of symptoms of pregnancy.
Symptoms are no sure signs. Tests are final authority. Symptoms can occur in other problems. Better Consult and take proper test like sonography Abdomen.
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My periods yet nt started. It was supposed to start on 3rd May. The home pregnancy test is negative. Pls suggest. My period hv been very regular and follow 28 days cycle.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
My periods yet nt started. It was supposed to start on 3rd May. The home pregnancy test is negative. Pls suggest. My ...
Hi lybrate-user. Welcome to lybrate. Sometimes hormonal disturbances can result in delay in periods. I suggest you wait for another 2-3 days and if they do not start by then we can start medicines to resume them. All the best.
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Hello doctor my problem is that during sex I have an burning sensation around my vagina external skin basically. And I have an painful sex. What is the problem. I used IUD also as contraception it inserted around 3 years ago and on 8 April this year I removed that device. Does it causes infection M worried replied me soon thanks.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Dear lybrate-user pain during sexual act is due to lack of lubrication. Lack of lubrication is due to you must be tense on the thought of sex, which is a vicious cycle. To break this cycle it is advisable to use some lubricant ie olive oil before starting actual act. This will relieve you of pain and anxiety and help you.
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I am 24 years. I am married. Actual my period date 14 th but still 18 th date did not came soo I thinking may be I am present but how can I conform.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
I am 24 years. I am married. Actual my period date 14 th but still 18 th date did not came soo I thinking may be I am...
Do upt.(urine pregnancy test) tomorrow with first urine sample. You can use any stripe available at medical stores or at any laboratory near you. It will confirm whether you are pergnant or not.
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Irregular Menses - Why Consult A Doctor?

Diploma In Obstetrics & Gynaecology, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Irregular Menses - Why Consult A Doctor?

Irregular menstruation is a common problem. Just like the downtime that women face during their bleeding, the absence of it or the uncertainty of when the periods will start also causes equal stress and worry. Irregularity in the menses is indeed a cause for concern and requires a medical intervention. Before proceeding to the times when one should consult a doctor, let’s first understand the causes of an irregular menstrual cycle.

Causes of Irregular Menses: Irregularity in the menses can be pretty normal in some cases. For example, when the menstrual cycle begins for a girl, before menopause, and a few times after childbirth, abortion, or miscarriage, it is normal to miss periods. But, apart from these times, irregularity in the menstrual cycle is not normal and a doctor should be consulted.  There are several reasons that can contribute towards irregular menses, including the following:

  • Eating disorder: Eating disorders such as bulimia or anorexia may cause an irregular menstrual cycle. This is due to the fact that the body is not producing enough hormones to regulate the menstrual cycle.
  • Hyperprolactinemia: The presence of too much of prolactin, a protein hormone, in the blood can lead to irregular periods.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome: The imbalance of the sex hormone leads to the development of polycystic ovary syndrome, commonly referred as PCOS. This disrupts the regular menstrual cycle.
  • Premature ovarian failure: Premature ovarian failure implies that the ovaries of a woman have stopped functioning before the age of 40 years is attained by the woman. In some cases, women do have menses, but occasionally.
  • Unmanaged diabetes: Uncontrolled diabetes is another cause that can lead to irregular periods. This is due to the interaction of the hormones with the blood sugar levels, which disrupts the menstrual cycle.
  • Medications: Irregular menses may also result due to the effect of certain medicines. These medicines include antipsychotics and antiepileptics.

Why consult a doctor?
It is extremely important to understand when one should consult a doctor to address the problem of an irregular menstrual cycle. For a woman who is of reproductive age, the following are some instances when a doctor should be consulted:

  • Amenorrhea: It is the absence of menses for a minimum of 3 menstrual cycles. Oligomenorrhea: It implies having a menstrual cycle more than 35 days apart. Menorrhagia: It implies heavy bleeding for more than a week. The unusual bleeding or no bleeding at all may result due to the following conditions, which can only be diagnosed by an experienced gynecologist.
  • Endometriosis: This is a condition that occurs when the endometrial tissue starts to develop in other areas of the body like the ovaries, between the vagina and also the rectum. Painful and heavy menstruation flow signals this condition, which can lead to inflammation in the abdomen, bowel problems, and also infertility.
  • Uterine Polyps: Polyps are benign growths in the lining of the uterus and may occur due to the overproduction of hormones. Heavy or light spotting between periods can be an indication of uterine polyps.menstrual
  • Fibroids: Benign tumors found in the uterus are called fibroids. These are formed due to the stimulation of estrogen that leads to the formation of uterine tissue. In general, no symptoms are witnessed and they either go away with pregnancy and menopause or they get smaller in size over a period of time.
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