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Dr. Pallavi Singh

MBBS, DGO

Gynaecologist, Bijnor

13 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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She has had many happy patients in her 13 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. She has completed MBBS, DGO . Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Pallavi Singh on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Queen Mary Hospital, KGMU - 2005
DGO - Queen Mary Hospital - 2009
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What are the results of PCOD? I want to know. Please reply asap.Please suggest me.

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Homeopath, Hooghly
What are the results of PCOD? I want to know. Please reply asap.Please suggest me.
Pcod causes irregular menses,,it causes hormonal imbAlance soo body parts can be hairy,,it can cause violent acne,,it can cause infertility ,,this are the most important ,pcod is very much curable in homoeopathy,,
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Emotional And Physical Causes of Frigidity

BHMS, Certificate Course In Clinical Research
Homeopath, Pune
Emotional And Physical Causes of Frigidity

Frigidity is commonly referred to as low sex drive in women. But it is often emotionally mistaken as on Non-responsiveness to partner's sexual advances. It is often considered as the psychological problem in person's subconscious mind. This has to be addressed at the earliest. 

It has been differentiated into two types:

  1. One is the condition where the women fail to respond .
  2. The other is the condition where the women may have difficulty in being aroused. This causes feeling of pain and discomfort. 

CAUSES OF FRIGIDITY: 

Most common causes are menopause-related hormonal changes. Few other causes are : 

Emotional Causes of Frigidity: 

  1. Past traumatic sexual experiences such as sexual assault or rape.
  2. Fear of pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
  3. Emotional distance from the partner.
  4. Emotions like depression, anxiety or boredom in a relationship.
  5. Communication problems like an unresolved emotional issue that takes place between partners.
  6. Lack of confidence or low self-esteem.

Physical Causes of Frigidity: 

  1. Discomfort or pain during intercourse. 
  2. Lack of foreplay. 
  3. Poor sexual performance in male. 
  4. Fatigue or Exhaustion, Insomnia and Vaginal dryness.
  5. Effects of prescribed medications, alcohol abuse.
  6. Hormonal imbalance 
  7. Menopause.

TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT:

(I) Natural Treatment 

  1. Intake of avocados, eggs, oysters, olive oil, soy, sesame oil, pumpkin seeds, nuts, sprouts chocolates, Zinc rich food and Vitamin E in your diet. 
  2. Include Herbs such as Siberia Ginseng, Chive, Damiana, Kava, Muira Pauma, Wild Yam, Ginger root, Sarsaparilla.
  3. Dong Quai are very effective in curing women frigidity. 
  4. Regular yoga and exercises boost overall sexual health. 
  5. Read erotic books or watch erotic movies along with your partner. 
  6. Quality sleeps and de-stress spas and body massage. 
  7. Avoid sugary food items, red meat and poultry. 

(II) Seeking professional help

  1. Eradicating relationship issues with the help of counseling. 
  2. Psychotherapy in order to get rid of your hidden fears. 
  3. If required, do see a gynaecologist for proper examination and assessment. 

(III) How can your rekindle her lost passion

Here are pointers as to how to help a woman know she is loved. From this will flow astounding benefits, including bringing her to the peak of her sexuality.

  1. Praise her. Regularly find things you like about her physical appearance, her character and her abilities, and verbalize your admiration. Appreciate all that she does for you and freely express your gratitude.
  2. Be loyal to her. Don’t say negative things about her behind her back. Defend her if anyone speaks negatively about her. Don?t undermine her authority in front of the children.
  3. If you use humor that puts her down, be extremely careful. She might, laugh but at times your words could be damaging her. Try to wean yourself off such humor.
  4. Seek to discover her inner feelings. Try to be sensitive to her needs. This is a huge challenge for most men.
  5. Giver her time: Recognize and make allowances for times when she is tired or upset or not her usual self.
  6. Respect her opinions. You might not always agree with her, but try to. Thoughtfully consider her views. Never rubbish them.
  7. Consult your wife before making decisions. Share your plans and dreams with her. Be open and honest with her about every aspect of your life
  8. Regularly ask her such things as:
    • What can I do to make you feel more loved?
    • What can I do to boost your confidence and help you feel good about yourself?
    • What can we do to make sex more exciting and fulfilling for you?

Perhaps you are scared to ask such questions for fear she will say something like, “Help more around the house”. Be brave! If this really is high on her priorities for feeling loved, then it is important. More is at stake than a bit of housework. It touches her emotional well-being and your entire marriage. Only she knows the critical elements in making her feel loved. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Mammography shows BIRADS IV. Biopsy is suggested. Would like to know the cost for the procedure. Also have PCOD and so advised D&C. What would be it cost?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DGO, MD - Gynae, FCPS - Gynae, DNB - Obs & Gynae
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Mammography shows BIRADS IV. Biopsy is suggested. Would like to know the cost for the procedure. Also have PCOD and s...
Costs depend on whjere you do procedure, seniority of doctor, type of biopsy-ultrasound directed trucut or in the operation theatre. Dand C can be done at the same time.
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I am 18 nd I have sex with my partner on 5th December. But not fully sex only penis goes 1 cm inside vagina but no semen came out from boy. Is there chance of pregnancy? But I am 3 day late for my periods?

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 18 nd I have sex with my partner on 5th December. But not fully sex only penis goes 1 cm inside vagina but no se...
Hello, If there has been no sperm penetration, there are still fair chances to get pregnant as there has been unprotected intercourse. I would recommend doing a urine pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy. If the result is negative, you are not pregnant. If the result is positive, you are pregnant so you would require consulting a gynecologist for further evaluation and management.
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Menstrual Cramps - How To Deal With It

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Menstrual Cramps - How To Deal With It

Menstrual cramps or dysmenorrhea is a condition wherein one experiences painful cramps which occur during the menses. Dysmenorrhea is classified into two types –

  1. Primary Dysmenorrhea: These are the most common menstrual cramps which begin 1-2 years after menstrual cycles begin. The pain is felt in the lower part of the abdomen or the back. The cramps usually start before the period begins, and disappear after 2-3 days.
  2. Secondary Dysmenorrhea: This is a type of dysmenorrhea which accompanies any disorder in the reproductive system. Secondary dysmenorrhea tends to last longer than the normal menstrual cramps.

Symptoms-

One will experience symptoms of abdominal pain, pain in the hip joints and a bloating sensation in the abdomen. In case of severe cramps, one may suffer from diarrhea and vomiting. Pain in the inner thighs and the lower back are also very common symptoms.

Causes-

The menstrual cramps are usually caused by contractions that occur in the uterus. During the menstrual cycle, the uterus, which is a pear-shaped organ in the body, tends to contract. Excessive contractions cause the uterus to press against the blood vessels, cutting off the supply of oxygen to the muscle tissues. Pain results when the oxygen supply is cut off from a muscle.

Dealing with Menstrual Cramps:

Here are some steps that you can take to deal with menstrual cramps:

  1. Taking pain relieving medications such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen.
  2. To get relief from lower back pain, one can apply heat on the affected area by using heating pads.
  3. Get enough rest.
  4. Avoid eating foods that are rich in salt and caffeine.
  5. Alcohol consumption and smoking should be restricted.
  6. You can massage the abdomen and the lower back.

In addition to these remedies, exercising helps in relieving menstrual pain. People who exercise experience milder symptoms as compared to those who do not exercise.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hi I'm a 23 years old girl. Sometimes I feel pain in my breasts and if I squeeze a little amount of grey liquid comes out of it. Is it normal at this age?

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Respected lybrate-user hi it's hormone related not normal for every girl but don't worry it's not usually problematic as such dear thanks regards.
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Got a late-night sugar craving that just won't quit?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Delhi
Got a late-night sugar craving that just won't quit?
"to satisfy your sweet tooth without pushing yourself over the calorie edge, even in the late night hours, think'fruit first"

So resist that chocolate cake siren, and instead enjoy a sliced apple with a tablespoon of nut butter (like peanut or almond) or fresh fig halves spread with ricotta.
Then sleep sweet, knowing you're still on the right, healthy track.
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I am 22 weeks pregnant and today I have done anomaly scan. Report is all normal but it says liquor is suboptimal. I have no complications and have no bp, diabetes r thyroid. Please tel what will b the reason for less liquor?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, FNB Reproductive Medicine, MRCOG
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
I am 22 weeks pregnant and today I have done anomaly scan. Report is all normal but it says liquor is suboptimal.
I h...
It can be idiopathic in your case. It needs wait n watch and follow advise of your Dr. and needs frequent ultrasound ultrasonography a least once every 4 wk, and consider fetal monitoring at least once/wk and delivery at term (although optimal time for delivery varies)
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I'm 19years old unmarried woman I'm having blood stains from my vagina but it is not period. It hurts and my whole body is shivering what does it indicate.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I'm 19years old unmarried woman I'm having blood stains from my vagina but it is not period. It hurts and my whole bo...
As most probably you are having fever bleeding like this in the form of spotting can come. If you're not sexually active then there is no reason to worry regarding this bleeding. But you need to treat shivering and fever.
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