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Dr. Abha Singh

Gynaecologist, New Delhi

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Dr. Abha Singh is a trusted Gynaecologist in Vasant Vihar, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Abha Singh personally at Dr Abha Singh's Clinic in Vasant Vihar, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Abha Singh on Lybrate.com.

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Hi, My wife is 7 week pregnant and when we went for a scan doctor said, Just Sac found and no fetal pole and cardiac. We are really concerned. Is that early to check this or should we wait for 1 more week and check?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hi, My wife is 7 week pregnant and when we went for a scan doctor said, Just Sac found and no fetal pole and cardiac....
It is mostly not possible to save it now. You may need to abort it. Consult your gynecologist for more information.
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I have swelling and pain in mah right breast when I concern to mah nearby doctor she told me that the disease name is costochondritis so will you pls tell me whether it is a serious issue or not whether there is a problem or tumor or not and if I want to make tests which test I should do.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have swelling and pain in mah right breast when I concern to mah nearby doctor she told me that the disease name is...
Hello, COSTOCHONDRITIS is a rib AND CARTILAGE INFLAMMATION AND NOT BREST RELATED AT ALL. This can be controlled with NSAIDS.
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My friend got married on June -7 and she told that she is 10 days pregnant on June -29. Is it possible? Please tell the honest answer.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmedabad
My friend got married on June -7 and she told that she is 10 days pregnant on June -29. Is it possible? Please tell t...
Hello Lybrate/Practo/quora/healthcare magic As per my view about your query for pregnancy. This is possible to have 10 days pregnancy. If she had unprotected sex last month. Because of that may she has ovulation near by 20th june and she can have pregnancy. There is not another scope for the previous months pregnancy as its 10 days.
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For irregular menstruation and infertility which is best and fast treatment homeopathy or ayurvedic?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
For irregular menstruation and infertility which is best and fast treatment homeopathy or ayurvedic?
Hello- Definitely ayurveda has an upper in the field of female infertility due to its various treatment procedures apart from medications, like Panchakarma chikitsa, yoga chikitsa etc.
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Please suggest Does cumming inside anal while having anal sex. can someone get pregnant?Please suggest something.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Generally speaking, the answer is "no." However, it's not as clear-cut as you might think. Very simply, pregnancy occurs when a male's sperm fertilizes a female's egg. This occurs when a man ejaculates semen, which contains sperm, into a woman's vagina. The sperm then move into the uterus, where they fertilize an egg if they find one. If a man ejaculates into a woman's rectum during anal sex, no pregnancy can occur since human eggs only reside in a woman's reproductive tract. However, because the anus and the vaginal opening are located close to each other, it's possible – though unlikely -- semen could inadvertently be deposited near the vaginal opening, which could lead to pregnancy. For example, if a man ejaculates outside the rectum during anal sex, the semen could be deposited on the woman's vulva (the outer area of the vagina). If any of this semen made its way into the vagina, the sperm could possibly make its way into the uterus and may lead to pregnancy.
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I am having itching problem in the vaginal area. Itching is severe before a week of starting of menses. Having this prob since 5-6 months.

FRAS, MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Ernakulam
Maintain good hygiene, cut your pubic hairs and try candid b ointment for 2 weeks and if the problem persist then u need to take a herbal ayurvedic medicine to get it cured permanently, consult me private for further proceedings
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I'm a 21 yr student. I had sex my first time few days ago, the first penetration was difficult for me. I slept with my boyfriend 5 times it s always the same I feel pain in my stomach while the penis is inside me. It hurts ans I never had an orgasms and that is so sad.

MBBS
General Physician, Greater Noida
I'm a 21 yr student. I had sex my first time few days ago, the first penetration was difficult for me. I slept with m...
In many cases, a woman can experience painful sex if there is not sufficient vaginal lubrication. When this occurs, the pain can be resolved if the female becomes more relaxed, if the amount of foreplay is increased, or if the couple uses a sexual lubricant. In some cases, a woman can experience painful sex if one of the following conditions is present: •Vaginismus. This is a common condition. It involves an involuntary spasm in the vaginal muscles, mainly caused by fear of being hurt. •Vaginal infections. These conditions are common and include yeast infections. •Problems with the cervix (opening to the uterus). In this case, the penis can reach the cervix at maximum penetration. So problems with the cervix (such as infections) can cause pain during deep penetration. For details consult privately.
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What Happens to Our Bodies During Sex

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Chennai
What Happens to Our Bodies During Sex

What happens to our bodies during sex
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While most of us are sure that we like to have #sex, most of us also haven't spent much time thinking about what happens physiologically while we are engaged in the act.

When a person becomes sexually aroused and participates in sexually stimulating activities (intercourse, #masturbation, #foreplay, etc.).

The sexual-response cycle is divided into four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution. There is no distinct beginning or end to each phase -- they're actually all part of a continuous process of sexual response.

Keep in mind that this is a very general outline of what happens to each of us as we become sexually aroused. There is much variation among individuals, as well as between different #sexual events.

Simultaneous orgasms

Both men and women go through all four phases, except the timing is different. Men typically reach orgasm first during intercourse, while women may take up to 15 minutes to get to the same place. This makes the likelihood of simultaneous orgasm during intercourse a rare event

Phase one: excitement

This phase usually begins within 10 to 30 seconds after erotic stimulation, and can last anywhere from a few minutes to many hours.

Men: the #penis becomes slightly erect. A man's nipples may also become erect.

Women: vaginal lubrication begins. The vagina expands and lengthens. The outer lips, inner lips, clitoris and sometimes breasts begin to swell.

Both: heart rate, blood pressure and breathing are all accelerated.

Phase two: plateau

The changes that started in the excitement phase continue to progress.

Men: the testes are drawn up into the scrotum. The penis becomes fully erect.

Women: the vaginal lips become puffier. The tissues of the walls of the outer third of the vagina swell with blood, and the opening to the #vagina narrows. The #clitoris disappears into its hood. The inner labia (lips) change color (although it's a bit hard to notice). For women who've never had children, the lips turn from pink to bright red. In women who've had children, the color turns from bright red to deep purple.

Both: breathing and pulse rates quicken. A" sex flush" may appear on the stomach, chest, shoulders, neck or face. Muscles tense in the thighs, hips, hands and buttocks, and spasms may begin.

Phase three: orgasm

This is the climax of the cycle. It is also the shortest of the four phases, usually only lasting a few seconds.

Men: first, seminal fluid collects in the urethral bulb. This is when a man may have the sensation that orgasm is certain, or" ejaculatory inevitability" next, semen is ejaculated from the penis. Contractions occur in the penis during the orgasmic phase.

Women: the first third of the vaginal walls contract rhythmically every eight-tenths of a second. (the number and intensity of the contractions vary depending on the individual orgasm.) the muscles of the uterus also contract barely noticeably.

Both: breathing, pulse rate and blood pressure continue to rise. Muscle tension and blood-vessel engorgement reach a peak. Sometimes orgasm comes with a grasping-type muscular reflex of the hands and feet.

Phase four: resolution

This phase is a return to the normal resting state. It can last from a few minutes to a half-hour or longer. This stage is generally longer for women than men.

Men: the #penis returns to its normal flaccid state. There is usually a refractory period, where it's impossible to orgasm again until a certain amount of time has passed. The amount of time varies among men by age, physical fitness and other factors.

Women: the uterus and clitoris return to their normal positions. Some women may be able to respond to additional stimulation with additional orgasms.

Both: swelling recedes, any sex flush disappears, and there is a general relaxation of muscle tension.

Understanding what's happening to you and your partner's bodies during sex can only aid in the full enjoyment of the experience. Combine this with some good communication skills, and you've found the key to unlock sexual pleasure and your heart's desires.

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I have irregular periods , am not getting my menses it been completed 2 months, since am very strong, please suggest to get menses.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have irregular periods , am not getting my menses it been completed 2 months, since am very strong, please suggest ...
Hello, if pregnancy is ruled out then you may opt for a withdrawal bleed with progesterone pills, available on prescription to resume your menses and get evaluated for hypothyroidism, pcos and hyperprolactinemia.
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