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Dr. Ramani Ganesh

Gynaecologist, Chennai

Dr. Ramani Ganesh Gynaecologist, Chennai
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Dr. Ramani Ganesh is a renowned Gynaecologist in Royapettah, Chennai. You can meet Dr. Ramani Ganesh personally at Crescent Hospital in Royapettah, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Ramani Ganesh on has an excellent community of Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 28 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Chennai and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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Hello I am an 18 year old girl from India. From last 4 weeks, I started having blood tinged vaginal discharges. The consistency and color of the discharge varied and the traces found were of fresh blood. My doctor asked me to get a sonography done for lower abdomen. I went for a transabdominal ultrasound. No abnormality was detected. Ovaries, uterus and cervix were normal in size and echotexture. Do I need to get a pap smear done?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
If you are unmarried, Pap smear won't help much. Rather ask your gynec to examine you with a speculum as you already had TVS.
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My mother stomach pains in periods times how she will be be good and healthy help me dr.

Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi,all Tell your mother to take homoeopathic medicines - Mag. Phos. 6x and Colocynthis 200 - after every 2 hrly during menses. And giving you names of general tonic which will maintain her calcium and iron levels better - Five Phos. /thrice daily and Avena Sativa Q/ 10 drops in 1/2 cup of water - both medicines to be taken regularly for 1 month. There after revert me back.
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Post Miscarriage Trauma - How To Deal With It?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology - Ireland, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Post Miscarriage Trauma - How To Deal With It?

Pregnancy loss could be devastating. Not only does it affect a woman mentally, but it also often takes a huge toll on her confidence. Post miscarriage trauma is a common phenomenon in this case. The range of emotion a woman might go through include denial, guilt, anger, depression envy and yearning. Although the process of grieving takes a lot of time, the first step towards post miscarriage trauma is to accept the inevitable and move on.

Here is a list of tips that will greatly help a woman to cope up with the loss:

  1. Take time: While listening to friends and family seems to be the best course of action around this time, your loved ones need not get priorities at this time. If you believe that clearing your baby’s belongings is causing pain to you, take the time to prepare yourself. Clear away the stuff only when you are emotionally ready to do so.
  2. Create memories: While a lot of people suggest to completely get rid of all the memories that are attached to the baby, it may not be a great thing to do. Studies have shown that creating a memory about your loss helps to heal faster. So go ahead and take a picture with your baby, plant a tree, take a footprint or christen the baby. Good memories attached to your baby will not haunt you about the loss.
  3. Take care: Do not neglect your personal health and well-being. Eat well, take enough rest, quit smoking and drinking and seek pleasure in your loved one's company. The more you embrace life, better are your chances to get back to the grooves. Following an old hobby or working out one hour per day goes a long way in the process of healing.
  4. Get your partner’s help: Being open about your emotions is a good thing to do. Express your feelings about the baby to your partner. The process of coping up can be entirely different from each other. What matters is to let each other’s feelings known. Your partner’s broad shoulder is your best bet to come out of your loss.
  5. Set the expectations right: Women often get cranky and irritated after a miscarriage. Speak to your loved ones and let them know about your feelings. This will help you to get your loved ones support you and let you heal quickly from your loss.
  6. Support group: It is very comforting to share your feelings with people who have already experienced the kind of loss you have faced. Sharing in person can reduce your pain a great deal. A spiritual healer or a professional psychiatrist can also play a crucial role in your recovery.
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I am 26 years old girl I am 21 weeks pregnant. Due to my short cervix length (3.4cm) I had put cervical stitch. Is this safe to travel by car or flight?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Less you travel it is better. Good road condition and flight should not be a detterent factor particularly at this stage. But in case your amniotic sac ruptures it will be a real problem.
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Hi doctor, some one told to me age gap between of children's more then 3 years better not 2 years but mine is now 2 years 4months now we are planning for 2nd one mine is first one c-section so please tell me I'm waiting.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
That is sufficient enough interval between pregnancy as when the next child will be born it will be 3 years gap. If you r breastfeeding the baby, you need to stop as you r planning for the next one.
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Hello drs today I got injected with 1dose of decdan b betamethasone sodium phosphate and other tomorrow .i want to ask why it is given me I need a second opinion Dr. jus asked me whether I hd this injection or not she dint told me y it's given me .also she said my baby came very down so may b hvto do d c sec .m running 31 week now is their any prob y I had given this shot?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
This is given in 12 hour interval 2 doses to improve baby's chances of survival and lung maturity when premature labour is anticipated.
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Hi doc, I need a quick answer please, I had protected sex with my girl friend before two months, and she not yet got her periods. We had taken 5 pregnancy kit test randomly for the past two week and all are negative. Is she pregnant? Its too urgent please answer me as soon as possible. How can she get back her missed periods. Thank you.

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics and Gynecology, DGO
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Did you have unprotected sex only once, if yes then you most probably are not pregnant. Go to a gynecologist or do an ultrasound. You can even do the blood test for pregnancy, very rarely in pregnancy the pregnancy test can be negative. Go to the doctor and take medicine for having periods or else you will unnecessarily be under stress.
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General Physician, Gurgaon
Self medication especially antibiotics in haphazard dosages cause more harm than benefits.
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After having intercourse feeling pain and feeling to pee again and again. Please suggest instant relief and medicine Age-23 female.

M.Ch - Urology, MS, MBBS
Urologist, Dehradun
It is usually normal to have frequent urination after sex. Just relax. Keep yourself clean. Drink more water.
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Me and my boyfriend make out occasionally. I give him oral sex. Is it ok if I swallow the sperm. Is it healthy?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), L.C.P.S, PhD,D.P.S.M
Sexologist, Ahmednagar
If the semen is swallowed it is not harmful as it contain fructose, protein etc. No harmful contain.
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watermelon is good or not for a mother to breastfeeding. Which food to avoid for brest feeding to a mother.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Yes watermelon is good for a mother who is breastfeeding. SHe has to eat all homemade foods and vitamins and fruits and well balanced diet . There is nothing to avoid form the food you eat
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I am a 20 year old male my height is 5'8 , and I want to increase my height for that I've started in taking ashwagandha. Can it help to increase my height and please suggest me way to take ashwagandha and time period and any other way to increase my head height. Thank you.

Ayurveda, Ambala
Follow methods by which you can gain your desired height. 1. Follow these exercises regularly and you get the goal of height gain: * first stand straight bare foot on floor, then raise your arms upwards then raise your heels of foot with breathing in, try to stand on heels for 10-12 seconds and slowlylower down your heels back on the floor and breath outthe air. Repeat this exercise 5-8 times in morning. *sit on the floor, stretch you legs together so that both foot touch each other. Now raise your arms upwards together with back straight, now move your hands towardstoes of feet and touch them. Your forehead touching your knees. Slowly revert back the arms and move back arms in normal position. Repeat this exercise 2-4 times daily. You can privately consult me for understanding more exercises. 2. Take 300 ml of rich cream milk, 200 gm of cheese and 2-3 eggs regularly. It will definitely give boost to your bone growth. 3. Sit in sun rays for atleast 8-10 minutes in morning of evenings when the sun rays are not so strong. It will help you by getting adequate quantity of vitamin-d. 4. The growth and height iscontrolled by growth hormone whichis secreted by pituitary gland situated in the brain. So take meditation and have a stressfree lifestyle. Take 6-8 hours of sleep daily. Meditation makes your pituitatry gland healthy and working properly. 5. Take 1/2 teaspoon of ashwagandha powder with milk once a day.
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Techniques for Managing Hypertension During Pregnancy

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Techniques for Managing Hypertension During Pregnancy

Hypertension during pregnancy can be a problem for both baby and the mother. Thus it is of utmost importance that during pregnancy a good health should be maintained along with controlled blood pressure and cholesterol levels. With an increase in multiple births and women of older age the risk of hypertension during pregnancy has increased. But if proper care is taken it can be avoided.

Types of Pregnancy Hypertension:
There are three prominent forms of hypertension that can be seen during pregnancy. The pregnant ladies should be aware of the same. These are:

  1. Preeclampsia: This is the most common and serious hypertension during pregnancy. This hypertension can only be controlled by delivering the fetus, which usually involves complications like death of the mother or child. This occurs 20 weeks after pregnancy.
  2. Gestational Hypertension: This form is only prevalent during pregnancy and is not a problem for the mother or baby after delivery. This usually occurs in the last leg of the pregnancy
  3. Chronic Hypertension: This form forms either prior to the pregnancy or before 20 weeks of the pregnancy.

Management of Pregnancy Hypertension:
Hypertension during pregnancy can be handled by the following:

  1. In case of severe hypertension, blood pressure medication should be continued during pregnancy.
  2. If you are on ACE inhibitor type medication, then the medication is changed to one that is even safe for the baby.
  3. Your doctor might like to monitor you daily and can advise hospitalization for a few days
  4. If medication is missed, it might lead to uncontrolled life threatening hypertension. Thus the medication should not be missed at any time.
  5. In case of mild hypertension and absence of other diseases like diabetes and kidney disorders, the doctor might stop the medication or reduce the dose. Also, being off medicine does not cause any problem in mild hypertension.
  6. Irrespective of the hypertension being mild or severe, the prenatal appointments should not be missed, so that the doctor can monitor you and the baby. So that problems, like rise in blood pressure, poor fetal growth, and signs of preeclampsia can be spotted and steps can be taken for the same.
  7. In case there is some form of hypertension present the prenatal visits and lab tests will be more.
  8. Apart from the usual second trimester ultrasound, there will be periodic ultrasounds in the third trimester to monitor the baby's growth and the amniotic fluid.
  9. Also regular fetal tests and Doppler ultrasounds will be done to track the baby's growth.
  10. Lifestyle changes should be made. Salt intake should be limited, fresh food instead of processed food should be consumed.
  11. If blood pressure is high then doctor might ask you to avoid exercise especially if you never did before pregnancy.
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My wife are 7 months pregnant & her lower side of womb is paining please tell if there is any problem?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Chandigarh
Pain in the lower abdomen during pregnancy could be because of various reasons. Some common causes are- urinary tract infection, cervico-vaginal infections, false labour pain etc. You need to visit your doctor to examine you for any infection and also growth assessment of the foetus. Also get a urine culture and sensitivity test to rule out uti.
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I had unprotected sex on november 21st 2015. Which was the 5th day of my period. I had taken I pill on 22nd november within 18 hrs after the incident. There was no direct ejaculation inside my vagina. But he had rubbed his penis on my back butt region. And I had not totally taken out my jeans. It was there. But the ejaculation was there outside the butt region. Touching my skin. And he had pulled my jeans a little down from back. As a result there was ejaculation there. Soon I got it washed with warm water instead of wiping it out with a cloth. My previous periods before november 17th 2015. Were in october 19th 2015. In september 23rd 2015. And in august 28th 2015. The november 21st episode was the first and last incident of any sexual act. After taking the I pill. On 22nd november. I had no symptoms of side effects initially but later after 6 days i. E on november 27 th & 28th november I had bleeding for 2 days. Slightly low than my regular periods. And slight abdomen pain. N. Dizziness. Was there. On december 20th 2015. I got my normal period for 4 days. And again on january 19th 2016. I got my periods for 4 days. But in these both periods there were slight brownish blood in the beginning. And then the normal flow was there. In the meanwhile I had taken 8 hpt test using preganews kit. All with morning samples. And all came negative. The test were taken on 21.27. 30.33. 42.63. 91 days from the unprotected incident. And I had also taken 2 beta hcg blood test. The first one was taken 42 days from the unprotected sex incident and the second one was taken 63 days from the incident. Both of which had result < 1 mIU /ml. I had also taken a pelvic sonography on 73 days from the unprotected incident. And it came as uterus is anteverted. Empty. Measures 8.9cm*4.7cm*3.7cm. I also did not have any pregnancy symptoms such as nausea. Vomiting. Etc. The problem is this month ie february 17th 2016 I got my period but only for 1 day. And then on 18th. Nothing. And on 19th. Two spots of blood. And I could feel the blood near the vagina but its not coming. Also I feel my stomach is slightly bigger. And also my breast colour has changed a little. It looks slightly darker in colour. please help me. Just tell me that am I pregnant or. Pregnancy is not there. And it is because of the I pill. please help me with your advise. As I need it badly. This worry is constantly killing me day by day. please help me. N also let me know what should I do now?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hello as per your history and other reports given by you, there is nil chance of pregnancy. (if the episode was only one and in nov.)
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Dear sir or a madam , recently I have done my engaged and me and my fiyancee relationship is good. But one type of fear in mind a when I have do a first time sex with my fiyancee after mrg so that time blooding from my wife vagina is compulsory? If yes so how many blooding is come that time ?

D.E.H.M, B.E.M.S, M.D.(E.H)
Sexologist, Faridabad
No its not necessary. It's actually a misconception that girls who doesn't bleed on their first time of intercourse are no longer virgins. It is okay not to bleed, most women don't. There are many reasons behind it, the cause of bleeding is the breaking of the hymen that is done through penetration. The hymen is a very thin and can be easily broken. Athletes commonly because of stretching and exercise breaks the hymen which means that they no longer will bleed while having sex. Not bleeding on your first time is not something to be scared about especially if you masturbate, we can already assume that you won't bleed. The definition of virginity is not yet able to experience sexual intercourse. If you haven't been penetrated by a male reproductive organ then you are still a virgin. And to bleed or not to bleed is no longer relevant. The other comments had already explain a lot. If you are not satisfied with the provided information you can just research about it.
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I am 25 years old and my little finger burned it is half the size will that affect my baby in pregnancy?

Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi, not to worry about! do consult your gynaecologist and dermatologist to show them your finger immediately as they may recommend you an injection of tetanus toxoid to be taken within 24 hrs. Of burn, so better without wasting time, visit them. Your finger has got burnt, apply homoeopathic ointment - topi can notharis over the affected are 2-3 times a day and take orally (very safe to take during pregnancy or breast-feeding) - arnica 30/ 3 times a day for a week.
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I was not sure about sperm that it was out or not but I have given her ipill after 29 hours and after 5 days there is nothing no bleeding no side effect as I was not sure that sperm was out or not so what should I do now.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
hi lybrate user, nothing to worry if their is no bleeding because their is high possibility that their is no pregnancy. you should wait for next period to come. as you have already used emergency contraceptive we can't do more at this point.
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During summer jathragni (digestive fire) is sluggish so please avoid maida products, fried and spicy foods

Take light food six times a day 

Apply aloevera to your face to avoid dehydration of your skin

Take lemonade with CHIA SEED it will hydrate you whole day

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