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Dr. Lata Usha Wadawe

Gynaecologist, Delhi

200 at clinic
Dr. Lata Usha Wadawe Gynaecologist, Delhi
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Lata Usha Wadawe is a trusted Gynaecologist in Adarsh Nagar, Delhi. You can visit her at Shanti Kumund Hospital in Adarsh Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Lata Usha Wadawe and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am NT getting conceive since trying for 4 yes I had laparoscopy then also I am failed.

BHMS, MD - Alternate Medicine
Homeopath, Nagpur
I am NT getting conceive since trying for 4 yes I had laparoscopy then also I am failed.
When all the investigation is normal and still the couple fails to conceive then it is called as sub-fertility. The best suggestion for this kind of couples are to avail our online pre-conception counseling package, only which include diet, lifestyle modification, identifying the cause of late conception and addressing.
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Sir. My wife had three miscarriages. Doctor told me my wife and I both had rubella igG. Positive. But it's not at all a problem. Recently I found prostate infection and I am taking treatment. My doubt is can this type of prostate or uti infection antibody may. Wrongly shown as rubella igG antibodies.

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Patan
Sir. My wife had three miscarriages. Doctor told me my wife and I both had rubella igG. Positive. But it's not at all...
No its not possible that your uti related antibody be wrongly detected as anti rubella antibody. If there is rubella antigen only then it can be antirubella antibody. So don't worry both are completely different entity.
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Hello Dr. Me also suffering from irregular periods. What to do I have amended Medicine but still no period. please guide.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Pune
Hello Dr. Me also suffering from irregular periods. What to do I have amended Medicine but still no period. please gu...
MC Use warm water for drinking,take healthy ,warm food,fresh fruits,dry fruits,take proper rest,sound sleep,do regular exercise, yoga,pranayam. Avoid- chilled water,cold drink, foods kept in fridge,oily,spicy,outside food,water, avoid late night works, travelling ,overexertion during menstruation. best luck..
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Hi doctor I am 26 years old I thinking that I am present the symptoms is my body is unessay actually wt is symptoms for pregnancy give me ans.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi doctor I am 26 years old I thinking that I am present the symptoms is my body is unessay actually wt is symptoms f...
Hello, Early pregnancy symptoms are shortness of breath, sore breasts, fatigue, nausea, frequent urination, headaches, backaches, cramping, food cravings or aversions, constipation, bloating and elevated basal body temperature.
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It's been two years of getting married. Now I want to have a baby but I am unable to conceive just because I usually face irregular periods and unusual vaginal discharge, painful intercourse. Besides these I did lots of test i.e thyroid test, urine test, blood test. All test are normal. Doctors still couldn't find the exact problem of mine Health. Please doctor suggest me should I test my fallopian tube blockage once or not? If yes than how should I start my treatment of fallopian tube first. What should I do first .what else treatment should I do including fallopian tube test? Please suggest doc .waiting for your positive response.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Pune
It's been two years of getting married. Now I want to have a baby but I am unable to conceive just because I usually ...
I understand your concern and grief. The fact that you're having irregular period means you definitely have some kind of underlying hormonal imbalance. Endometriosis is one of the common causes for painful intercourse. The fact that it has already been two years since you has been planning for a baby; you definitely merit a tubal patency test. You can opt for either a HSG / SSG or a laparoscopy for the same; in your case I would recommend a laparoscopy since it will also help rule out Endometriosis. Considering your current situation you definitely need a detailed evaluation for both of you and to get onto fertility treatment as early as possible. Kindly go thru the following link to know more about your fertility management option - http://cheqkmate.com/fertility/solutions/solutions-overview. Html All the best for your fertility journey.
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Hello, I am trying for bay from last 2 years. And having mild pcos. My doctor is giving fertile 50 for 5 days and glycomet 250 daily 3 times. Wil it work? Is it right treatment?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
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I am trying for bay from last 2 years. And having mild pcos. My doctor is giving fertile 50 for 5 days and gly...
lybrate-user, in order to achieve pregnancy you should have good quality egg, good quality sperm, patent Fallopian tubes, good uterus if everything is fine then you can conceive with this treatment.
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Hello doctor, I am 23 years old. This is my first pregnancy. My due date is march 14th. But during my last visit to doctor .She told me that she is expecting baby around 7th/8th of this march. My baby head came down. But still no sign of labor. What would I do now?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hello doctor, I am 23 years old. This is my first pregnancy. My due date is march 14th. But during my last visit to d...
If head has come down, labor pains can start any time keep your baby bag handy 7/8 march - we cannot predict the date bag may rupture or pains may start any time first pregnancy pains take about 12 hours for labor to progress to delivery get admitted if pains/leakage due to bag rupture labor can be augmented with the help of medicines in the hospital. Do share the good news with all of us here.
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Recently my mother has witnessed, near her thigh & knees area, thin pink veins, very prominent. Kindly suggest something, if it's a reason to worry?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Jammu
Recently my mother has witnessed, near her thigh & knees area, thin pink veins, very prominent. Kindly suggest someth...
Sometimes it's normal and sometimes it's due to standing for long time like in kitchen for cooking food or in job. So avoid standing too much, you can massage starting from down to upward motion.
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Hi mai 30 years ki hu. Meri shadi ko 4 year ho gaye hai abhi tak pregnenacy nahi hai. Pahele to tube block hai karke lyprochopy ki. 2 sal ke bad fir bhi kuch aram nahi hai fir endromoitricys ka problem hai karke Dr. Bataya fir cysts ka problem ab kuch samj nahi aa raha kya karu pahele to Dr. Ne lyprochopy karane ke bad kah a ab sab normal hai. Muje period date to date ata hai .

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hi mai 30 years ki hu. Meri shadi ko 4 year ho gaye hai abhi tak pregnenacy nahi hai. Pahele to tube block hai karke ...
Hi, dear lybrate-user, * endometriosis m/c se related hai. * cysts- uterus mein hai ya overy mein? * m/c thik samay per aata hai? * aap ke partner ka spermatozoa-count thik hai? * meditation karyie* pani jyada pina chahiye. *homoeo-medicine* @ sulphur 30-6 pills, wk mein 3 days in d moring. Aur medicine ki jarurat ho sakti hai, aap report bhejo. Apna khayal rakhieye.
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My last periods date was 16 feb. It was last on 21 But today again very light bleeding and cramping started.

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
My last periods date was 16 feb. It was last on 21 But today again very light bleeding and cramping started.
Please Take Tab sevista by torrent pharma 1 tab twice a week for 3 months Tab spasmofirst 5 1 sos for pain if needed.
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Psychiatrist, Mumbai
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Inflammation of The Vagina - Could it be Vaginitis?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Advanced Infertility
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Inflammation of The Vagina - Could it be Vaginitis?

Vaginitis is the inflammation of one’s vagina accompanied by pain during intercourse, mild vaginal bleeding, painful urination, vaginal itching or a considerable change in the amount, odor and color of the vaginal discharge.
Causes:
1. A certain level of bacteria is normally found in one’s vagina (lactobacilli). Now if this count is outnumbered by the other bacteria (anaerobes), the balance in the vagina gets disrupted giving rise to bacterial vaginosis. Such kind of vaginitis usually stems from sexual intercourse with multiple sex partners.
2. Yeast infection occurs due to an overgrowth of fungal organisms in one’s vagina, especially Candida Albicans.
3. Trichomoniasis caused by the one celled microscopic parasite ‘Trichomonas Vaginalis’ generally spreads through sexual intercourse with an infected partner. The condition also makes one vulnerable to various sexually transmitted infections.
4. Spermicidal products, scented detergents, perfumed soaps, douches, vaginal sprays or foreign objects such as tampons that were not taken out or tissue paper might trigger allergic reactions or irritation in the vaginal tissues.
5. Surgical removal of the ovaries or reduced estrogen count after menopause might cause thinning of the vaginal lining, thereby resulting in vaginal burning, dryness or irritation.


Treatments:
1. For Bacterial vaginosis, your doctor might advise the application of clindamycin cream or metronidazole gel as well as metronidazole tablets which are to be taken orally.
2. Yeast infections might be treated with an anti-fungal suppository or cream, for instance, tioconazole, butoconazole, clotrimazole or miconazole. Oral medication, such as fluconazole is also administered to treat the same.
3. Metronidazole or tinidazole tablets are prescribed for Trichomoniasis.
4. Estrogen in the form of rings, tablets or vaginal creams is effective in treating low estrogen level after menopause.
5. For non-infectious vaginitis primarily caused by objects, such as tampons, sanitary napkins, laundry detergent or new soap, it is essential to pinpoint the source of the irritation and avoid them. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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My wife is in 9th month pregnancy. We are emberass to ask Our doctor that can we do intercourse in 9th month of pregnancy.

MD. DGO.DSP
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife is in 9th month pregnancy. We are emberass to ask Our doctor that can we do intercourse in 9th month of pregn...
Yes you can but intercouse is known to induce labour pain so better do it if she is completed atleast 36 weeks if not avoid.
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What will be the basic cause and treatment of secondary amenorrhoea with no ovarian cyst and normal reports of thyroid and prolactin?

MBBS, MD Obs & Gynae, FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
Rule out stress and tuberculosis rule out adhesions in the uterus due to repeated curettage rule out pre-mature menopause.
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Hi, I am 32 years. Already I have one girl baby (cesarean), she is 8 years old. Now I am 8 month pregnant. My last period was on 07/02/2016. Delivery date given on 13/11/2016 as per scan. I will get paid before date or which day I will get cesarean delivery. Which baby can I have. Kindly let me know.

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Hi, I am 32 years. Already I have one girl baby (cesarean), she is 8 years old. Now I am 8 month pregnant. My last pe...
Hi, if first one is the Caesarian it does not mean the next delivery also by caesarean. It can be normal also. Your obstetrician will decide in due course. After 37 weeks any time baby can deliver. The sex of the baby cannot be known before delivery. Please wait for the surprise.
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Why Men Die Younger Than Women

MS sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (behaviour modification), Certified in Treatment of Resistant Depression
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Why Men Die Younger Than Women

Dr. Sharmila majumdarsexologist

Men are known to be alexthymics where they prefer bottling up their feelings and not seeking family or social help.

Sex differences in mortality and admissions to hospital emergency departments have been well documented. These studies confirm that males are more at risk than females. Males are more likely to be admitted to an emergency department after accidental injuries, more likely to be admitted with a sporting injury, and more likely to be in a road traffic collision with a higher mortality rate.

Some of these differences may be attributable to cultural and socioeconomic factors: males may be more likely to engage in contact and high risk sports, and males may be more likely to be employed in higher risk occupations. However, sex differences in risk seeking behaviour have been reported from an early age, raising questions about the extent to which these behaviours can be attributed purely to social and cultural differences. However, there is a class of risk the idiotic risk that is qualitatively different from those associated with, say, contact sports or adventure pursuits such as parachuting. Idiotic risks are defined as senseless risks, where the apparent payoff is negligible or non-existent, and the outcome is often extremely negative and often final.

Men and help seeking behaviors - there is a growing body of research to suggest that men are less likely than women to seek help from health professionals for problems as diverse as depression, substance abuse, physical disabilities and stressful life events. The investigation of men's health-related help seeking behaviour has great potential for improving both men and women's lives and reducing national health costs through the development of responsive and effective interventions.

Studies comparing men and women are inadequate in explaining the processes involved in men's help seeking behaviour. However, the growing body of gender-specific studies highlights a trend of delayed help seeking when they become ill. A prominent theme among middle class men implicates traditional masculine behaviour as an explanation for delays in seeking help among men who experience illness. The reasons and processes behind this issue, however, have received limited attention. Conclusions. Principally, the role of masculine beliefs and the similarities and differences between men of differing background requires further attention, particularly given the health inequalities that exist between men of differing socio-economic status and ethnicity. 

Gender differences in social behavior what are the causes of sex differences and similarities in behavior? some causes can be traced to human evolutionary history, especially the ways that the division of labor is influenced by biology and environments. A human universal--in all known societies--is a division of tasks so that men do some things in society and women do others. The specific activities in a society depend on what tasks can be performed most efficiently by each sex, given men's greater size, strength, and speed and women's bearing and nursing children. The division of labor structures psychological sex differences and similarities. By observing the activities of women and men in their society, people form gender role beliefs. For example, given that women perform more childcare than men in most industrialized societies, women are believed to be especially nurturant and caring. Given that men are more likely than women to hold higher status jobs in industrialized societies, men are believed to be especially dominant and assertive. Gender roles then influence behavior through social and biological processes. In social interaction, people respond more favorably to others who conform to gender role. Women and men also might incorporate gender roles into their own personal identities 

Additionally, hormonal processes support role performance (e. G, testosterone increases in women and men before athletic competitions; through the research below, we have shown how social roles account for sex differences in group emotional experience and group performance recent research, we explain how women's roles influence menstrual cycles in society along with women's mate preferences. Further more the hormone estrogen protects the women's heart and adds longevity to their lives.

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