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Dr. Vivek Mady

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Dr. Vivek Mady is an experienced Gynaecologist in Poonamallee High Road, Chennai. You can meet Dr. Vivek Mady personally at R.K. Hospital in Poonamallee High Road, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vivek Mady on Lybrate.com.

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Donor Eggs or Donor Embryos

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Donor Eggs or Donor Embryos

Donor eggs or Donor Embryos

If you’re over 40 or can no longer produce healthy eggs, donor eggs can help you carry and deliver a baby. This is also a good option if you’re at risk for passing a genetic disease such as Tay-Sachs disease or sickle cell anaemia to your child.

Treatment: What to expect?

If you decide on an anonymous egg donor, you can find her through your fertility clinic. You’ll usually be able to choose based on her physical characteristics, ethnic background, educational record, and occupation. Most donors are between 21 and 29 years old and have undergone psychological, medical, and genetic screening. Ask how your clinic screens candidates — some do less extensive tests and background checks than others. If you choose to use donor embryos, you can either pick unrelated egg and sperm donors or use a frozen embryo donated by a couple that had extras.

Once you pick a donor, both you and she will take birth control pills to get your reproductive cycles in sync — she needs to ovulate when your uterine lining can support an embryo. She’ll also take a fertility drug to help her develop several mature eggs for fertilization, while you will receive estrogen and progesterone to prepare your uterus for pregnancy. Once her eggs are mature, your doctor will give her an anesthetic and remove her eggs from her ovaries by inserting a needle through her vaginal wall using an ultrasound for guidance.

From here on out, the procedure is just like that of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Your partner’s sperm or a donor’s sperm will be combined with your donor’s eggs in a dish in a laboratory. Two to five days later, each of the fertilized eggs will be a ball of cells called an embryo. Your doctor will insert two to four embryos into your uterus through your cervix using a thin catheter. Although it’s not a common practice, many experts say couples should consider transfer of a single embryo to avoid the risk of twins or triplets. Extra embryos, if there are any, may be frozen in case this cycle doesn’t succeed. If the treatment does succeed, an embryo will implant in your uterine wall and continue to grow into a baby. In about 40 percent of ART pregnancies using donor eggs, more than one embryo implants itself and women give birth to multiples.

If you wish to discuss any other problem, Consult an IVF Specialist.

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Hi. I hv a 6 years old son. Bt before him I had 2 missed abortion. The fetus couldn't grow n I hv 2 abort it. Being my pregnancy there are twin pregnancy n one of them was nt grew bt other was normal. I hv received c-section delivery in 2010. After that I again conceived on 2014 bt the problem was remaining same as the fetus couldn't grw. N I hv to abort it. My all tests reports are normal. Nw I am trying to conceive. please tell me what should I do for normal pregnancy. I hv 28 days cycle of periods.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Hi. I hv a 6 years old son. Bt before him I had 2 missed abortion. The fetus couldn't grow n I hv 2 abort it. Being m...
lybrate-user, would really need to look into all your reports and as I see you are based in Delhi, why don't you visit us at our clinic ,so that we can examine you and advise you accordingly. Yes certainly, you would need to increase your intake of fruits vegetables and milk and also take supplements​ of iron vitamin and calcium.
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My wife taking 800 mg misoprostol but she don't get bleeding and take 200 mg mifepristone please suggest the right dose.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife taking 800 mg misoprostol but she don't get bleeding and take 200 mg mifepristone please suggest the right dose.
Drugs for termination of pregnancy are to be taken under supervision of Gynecologist only and 15 days later Ultrasonography is required to confirm effect.
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Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy - Causes Behind It!

EMDR, FRCOG (LONDON) (Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists), MFSRH , Diploma in psychosexual therapy, Medical diploma in clinical Hypnosis, Diploma in Evidence Based Healthcare, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Pune
Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy - Causes Behind It!

The problem of abdominal pain is very common in pregnant women. Almost every woman faces this problem at some point during pregnancy. It mostly occurs due to changes in the body for having to accommodate the new baby. While some pains are harmless and go away without much bother, some pains can be a real threat. As an expectant mother, it is important to recognize the symptoms and visit your doctor if you experience persistent discomfort during pregnancy.

Some common causes of abdominal pain:

  1. Round Ligament Pain- This pain is harmless and is commonly witnessed during the sixth to ninth month of pregnancy. This pain occurs due to the stretch of the two large ligaments running from the uterus to groin. This pain is sharp and stabbing. It is often felt while changing sides during sleep.

  2. Constipation and Gas- Gas is a common problem during pregnancy. This is a result of increased production of progesterone. The latter is responsible for slowing down the gastrointestinal tract resulting in the slow movement of food inside the body. Few best ways to refrain from this problem are drinking plenty of water, eating food rich in fiber content and exercising.

  3. Braxton Hicks- Such type of pain feels like contractions but in reality, it is nothing more than mild discomfort. This is a condition where the stomach muscle tightens and gives a hard and firm feeling. Doctors are of the view that Braxton Hicks result from dehydration and hence drinking lots of water is necessary to prevent this kind of pain.

Some serious pain that needs medical attention:

  1. Placental Abruption- It is a condition where the uterus gets detached from the placenta. Common symptoms include abdominal pain and breakage of water. It is a life-threatening condition and needs immediate medical care.

  2. Urinary Tract Infection- UTI is easily treatable. If ignored, it can lead to serious complications. One common symptom is a lower abdomen pain accompanied with fever, sweats, and nausea.

  3. Ectopic Pregnancy- This is a condition in which the egg does fail to get implanted in the uterus. This condition causes intense pain in the abdomen. This pain often surfaces during 6th to 10th week of pregnancy.

  4. Preeclampsia- A Preeclampsia is characterized by the more than normal protein in the urine and abnormal blood pressure. This is experienced from the 20th week of pregnancy. Common symptoms are; pain in the abdomen, nausea and throwing up.

When to visit a Doctor?

If abdominal pain is accompanied by symptoms such as fever, burning sensation while urinating, bleeding from the uterus, vomiting and light-headedness, one should immediately contact a doctor to mitigate the risk of pregnancy complications. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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MBBS, MD - General Medicine
General Physician, Ahmedabad
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Hello my last lmp was 1 sept and o 4 oct I checked my pregnancy being positive but yesterday I had brown discharge for whole day and my Dr. suggest tvs and in that my gestational sac is 9.24 mm in diameter with no fetal node with 4 weeks 5 days also according to me after sept 1 we had intercourse after 14 sep only and Dr. told me its not healthy pregnancy. Please help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hello my last lmp was 1 sept and o 4 oct I checked my pregnancy being positive but yesterday I had brown discharge fo...
14sept was your exact day of ovulation if your cycle is of 28 days. Reg what your doctor said about pregnancy, if you have doubt, you need to take second opinion from another gynaecologist. Take care. All the best.
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Hello Doctor, I'm 24 year old female. Me and my fiance had intercourse to the very first time back in July. When he started to insert his penis inside, it wasn't going all in, even after several attempts. Also, I was in unbearable pain and I didn't feel pleasant at all. I had gone through with discomfort and pain throughout. I saw blood, but I'm not sure if my hymen had broken or not. Because his penis didn't enter completely inside me. Doctor, I examined my vagina and discovered that my vagina is covered with thick skin but it wasn't the same before. And when I touch my vagina from inside, it pains. What it could be, Doctor? I'm so worried already.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hello Doctor, I'm 24 year old female. Me and my fiance had intercourse to the very first time back in July. When he s...
Causes: Allergy. An allergic reaction to certain substances may cause the vagina to swell. Irritation..Rough intercourse. Gartner's duct cysts. Bartholin's cysts. Cellulitis..Bacterial vaginosis. Yeast infection. Suggestion: Treatment and Prevention Treatment of vaginitis depends on the cause: Tablets, gels, or creams are used to treat bacterial vaginitis. Some treatments might not be safe to use with alcohol or during pregnancy, and certain vaginal creams can weaken latex condoms. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about how to safely use the medication prescribed. Contact your doctor if symptoms return after treatment. Trichomoniasis requires a single dose of prescription antibiotics, and sexual partners should be treated at the same time to prevent them from reinfecting each other. Pregnant women should consult their doctors regarding the safety of the treatment. You can help prevent Trichomonas vaginalis infection by limiting the number of sexual partners and by ensuring the male partner always uses a latex condom during sexual intercourse. Antifungal pills or cream are available for vaginal yeast infections. It's a good idea to seek your doctor's opinion before purchasing nonprescription products. It's especially important to see your doctor if: it's your first yeast infection you're pregnant or breast-feeding the treatments you've tried haven't worked the infection keeps coming back you're not sure it's a yeast infection you have any health conditions that weaken your immune system (such as HIV) you also have pelvic pain, fever, or a coloured or unpleasant-smelling vaginal discharge Some women have frequent yeast infections. If you've had four or more infections in the last year, see your doctor. Prescription products are also available. Your doctor can also recommend a steroid ointment or cream to reduce the redness, swelling, and itching that can be caused by irritative or allergic vaginitis. 4 to 5 tablespoons of baking soda in a lukewarm bath can provide some relief. It's important to identify the cause of the vaginitis so that irritants can be avoided in the future. Atrophic vaginitis might be minimized by using estrogen therapy or lubricants (such as K-Y Jelly® or a personal lubricant). Estrogen therapy is not for everyone - talk to your doctor about whether it's a good choice for you. If you have diabetes, managing your blood sugar helps reduce your chances of getting vaginitis. Using condoms can prevent infectious vaginitis. Good toilet habits are also helpful; wiping from front to back lowers the chance of spreading bacteria from the anus to the vagina. Tips to keep your vaginal skin healthy and prevent non-infectious vaginitis include the following: Avoid prolonged moisture and friction, for instance rubbing vigorously with a towel. Don't wear bathing suits or exercise clothes for long periods of time. Wear cotton underwear which provide some air-flow. Wear loose-fitting slacks. Avoid pantyhose. Find alternative contraceptives if your skin is irritated by lubricated condoms, jellies, creams, or sponges. Keep the area around the genitals clean and dry. Avoid irritants such as douches, feminine hygiene sprays, deodorized sanitary pads or tampons, and coloured or perfumed toilet paper.
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This report is taken on second day of period My right ovary measures 3.7x2.3x1. 1 cm, volume 5.2 cc. My left ovary measures 3.2x2x1.8 cm, volume 6.5 cc. Now I am planning for another baby. I am having a girl 4 year old so doctor told me to do sonography I want to know this result is normal to conceive.

Gynaecologist, Nashik
This report is taken on second day of period My right ovary measures 3.7x2.3x1. 1 cm, volume 5.2 cc. My left ovary me...
Ovarian volume is normal as per usg reports. To conceive many factors are involved. Ovarian volume is just one of it. If you have been trying for conception but unable to conceive, further tests will be adviced to you by your gynaecologist after thorough history taking and examination. Thank you.
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I want to breastfeed .My baby is 3 months old. Currently she is on similac formula milk. When I express milk by hand I get only 20 ml milk. Tried domperidone, lactare tablets but no success. I am very frustrated sir. Pls help!

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), Pediatric Gastroenterology
Pediatrician, Delhi
I want to breastfeed .My baby is 3 months old. Currently she is on similac formula milk. When I express milk by hand ...
Milk production in a lactating mother is directly proportional to how much the mother suckles the baby, how much water and fluids she takes and how tension free she is. Lactaire and domperidon also are helpful. There is no reason why you will not get milk if there is compliance to guidance is done. If you express the milk you may get just 20 ml but when the baby suckles she gets much more. You can verify this by taking pre and post feed measurement on an electronic scale. Most of all, give minimal top feeds. And RELAX. Enjoy feeding.
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My gf n we had s*x without protection but I didn't c*m inside as I pull out before. Her period time 17-18 July but still nothing happened. Shall we wait or do something to avoid pregnancy?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My gf n we had s*x without protection but I didn't c*m inside as I pull out before. Her period time 17-18 July but st...
Even if you did not feel a few drops of semen or the precum might have fallen and need to do a urine test to confirm at the earliest. Anxiety can also be a reason and do urine test to be cool and relaxed.
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