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Dr. Preeti

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Preeti Gynaecologist, Delhi
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I want to get preg my date was 7 of this month n trying from three month which is the best way to get preg in this month please help me out.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
I want to get preg my date was 7 of this month n trying from three month which is the best way to get preg in this mo...
There is a safe period and a dangerous period in terms of conception. Normally, the ovulation starts on the 14 th of the cycle. Around this time, there is the highest chance of conception. There are other factors also for successful conception. If you are interested, please contact me.
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Painful Intercourse - 10 Reasons Behind it

Ph.D - Ayurveda
Sexologist, Coimbatore
Painful Intercourse - 10 Reasons Behind it

Painful or difficult intercourse is either caused by psychological or medical factors, such as dyspareunia. It is commonly known as painful intercourse due to various reasons and persistant pain in the pelvis region is a sign of it.

What an cause dyspareunia?
The causes of dyspareunia can vary, depending on when the pain occurs; during deep thrusting or penetration. Sometimes, emotional factors contribute to the cause as well.
1. Entry pain
Pain during penetration may be caused by the following factors:

  • Insufficient lubrication: Inadequate foreplay can result in insufficient lubrication. Breast-feeding, menopause or childbirth can also cause inadequate lubrication.
  • Irritation, trauma or injury: This includes irritation or injury from pelvic surgery, an accident, female circumcision or episiotomy (incision made at the time of childbirth to expand the birth canal).
  • Skin disorder, infection or inflammation: Infections in the urinary tract or genital organs can result in painful intercourse. Skin problems such as eczema can also add to dyspareunia.
  • Vaginismus: Uncontrollable vaginal wall muscle spasms can make penetration extremely painful.
  • Congenital abnormality: Problems during birth, such as lack of a fully-developed vagina or underdevelopment of the hymen are some underlying causes.

2. Deep pain
Deep thrusting can be attributed to the following causes:

  • Certain conditions and illnesses: These include ovarian cysts, haemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome, cystitis, uterine fibroids (benign growths in the uterus), retroverted uterus (uterus that is tilted), uterine prolapse (a condition characterized by the uterus sagging from its usual position), pelvic inflammatory disease and endometriosis (uterus lining tissues growing outside one’s uterus).
  • Medical treatment or surgeries: Medical treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation or surgeries like hysterectomy (a surgical technique to remove either a part or whole of the womb) can result in dyspareunia.

3. Emotional factors

  • Psychological problems: Depression, anxiety, body image issues, relationship problems or intimacy fears can affect arousal and result in pain.
  • Stress: Pelvic floor muscles are affected by stress. This contributes to pain during sex.
  • Past sexual abuse: Dyspareunia commonly develops in women who have been abused in the past.

The symptoms of painful intercourse include:
1. Pain only during entry (Sexual penetration)
2. Any penetrative activity is painful; even inserting a tampon becomes painful
3. Sudden sensation of pain, especially if sex before was painless
4. Deep pain while thrusting
5. Aching or burning pain
6. Throbbing pain, persisting hours after sex

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I am 22 years unmarried girl. I have pcod problem .I take femilon tablet. This tablet is safe or not.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Noida
I am 22 years unmarried girl. I have pcod problem .I take femilon tablet. This tablet is safe or not.
This tab is meant for regulation of periods and not a cure for pcod. Pl consult an ayurvedic panchkarma physician for the same.
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Is there any test to check the mental state of child during pregnancy and if yes then what arw the tests and in which period one have to go through that.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Is there any test to check the mental state of child during pregnancy and if yes then what arw the tests and in which...
You can only come to know about the anatomical development of the brain parenchyma through a 3D sonogram
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I am 32 aged women. I want a baby. But only 3 or 4 days we living together. What we do ?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 32 aged women. I want a baby. But only 3 or 4 days we living together. What we do ?
There is something like sperm bank where your husband's semsn can be stored and can be used for insemination on day of ovulation. Meet gynaecologist or infertility specialist.
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Health Benefit of Amla

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Health Benefit of Amla

Regular use of amla particularly in the form of the triphla churan (patanjali) prevent you from increasing cholesterol and also risk of heart disease.

Health Check During Holi!

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Health Check During Holi!

Happy Holi!
• avoid overeating during festive season as its just not the quantity but the intake of calories. Too many calories may lead you to gain weight.
• keep your body hydrated enough.
• avoid eating too much sweets, oily and spicy preparations.
• plan your meal in such a way that the festive specialities should be your lunch so that rest day's activities can burn your extra calories.
• and don't forget to have healthy breakfast and dinner as light as possible in festive season so as to manage extra calories.

Menstrual Cramps Or Pain And Its Cure With Homoeopathy

BHMS
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Menstrual Cramps Or Pain And Its Cure With Homoeopathy

Homeopathy for Women

Painful menstrual periods (dysmenorrhea)

Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea) is one of the most common gynecological disorders. Many women experience sharp, dull, throbbing or cramping pains in the lower abdomen just before or during their periods. There may be also symptoms of nausea, vomiting, sweating and dizziness.

Primary and secondary dysmenorrhea:

Dysmenorrhea can be classified as either primary or secondary based on the absence or presence of an underlying cause.

Primary dysmenorrhea is common menstrual cramps.

Secondary dysmenorrhea is caused by a disorder in the woman`s genital organs.

Common causes of secondary dysmenorrhea include:

Endometriosispelvic inflammatory diseaseuterine fibroidsovarian cystscervical stenosis

Homeopathic treatment for painful periods:

A number of homeopathic medicines can help control the pain as well as actually prevent the menstrual cramps.

Homeopathy is an effective natural treatment with no side effects.

Some homeopathic medicines have a local action (they alleviate the cramps only) and provide fast pain relief.

They are used during painful periods only. Others are called constitutional (chronic) medicines and target the root cause of dysmenorrhea. Constitutional medicines are a deep acting treatment that eliminates not only the menstrual cramps but also brings whole body balance.

The most common homeopathic medicines for fast pain relief include:

Belladonna - Intense throbbing pain with sudden onset, cramps get worse from touch or jolts.
Chamomilla - The woman can`t stand any pain and gets irritable and angry when in pain; passive movement, such as riding in a car or rocking her body alleviate pain.
Cimicifuga - Pain is proportional to the flow - the more they bleed, the stronger the pain; stiffness of neck and shoulders.
Colocynthis - Intolerable cramps; the woman is restless and bent over. Applying pressure on the abdomen or heat relieve the pain. Painful periods are often triggered by anger or suppressed indignation.
Magnesia phosphorica - Cramps relieved by pressure or warmth; right side abdominal pain is more common.
Veratrum album - Severe menstrual cramps accompanied by nausea, vomiting and sweating; heavy flow; tired and chilly woman.

Take them regularly throughout the day, not just when pain becomes difficult to cope with. In severe dysmenorrhea, for best results start taking them a day or two before the onset of your menstrual flow.

For well selection of the medicine consult a doctor. Avoid self medication.

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Hi, I am 24 years old unmarried having pcos problem for past 4 years and hormonal imbalance. Using krimson 35. I am always thinking negatively and scared for small small incidence I and my heart beat is rapidly high that time I believe I struggling with depression now please help me out IS THIS REASON OF PCOS ?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hi, I am 24 years old unmarried having pcos problem for past 4 years and hormonal imbalance. Using krimson 35. I am a...
Hi Keerthi, your negativity depression are not due to PCOD. Please think positive be motivated, meditation, yoga will benefit you.
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My wife has cesarean delivery 2 months earlier. Her period is not yet start. So what should I do for safe sex. We do not want baby for 3 years. Advice appropriately.

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
My wife has cesarean delivery 2 months earlier. Her period is not yet start. So what should I do for safe sex. We do ...
Either she can take progesterone only contraceptive pills till she breast feeds baby or she can have copper T inserted which is available for three years and five years.
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Hello Sir, I have two children. Recently for my wife family planning operation also completed (3 months). Now can I participate with my wife in sex or not.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
Yes, you can participate in sex as and she wants it......There is NO waiting period to be followed after doing these operation on a female. But sometimes these operations also fail due to the tubes getting fused again and then pregnancy can happen. But this is a rarity. Still seeing a menses, will be the most definitive sign that your sex has NOT resulted in pregnancy in last month
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Birth Control Pills - 10 Common Side Effects of Them!

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Birth Control Pills - 10 Common Side Effects of Them!

A birth control pill is commonly referred to as an oral contraceptive pill. A form of hormonal contraception and is a highly effective method of birth control. Only 1% of women experience unintended pregnancy when on the pill.

Birth control pills are of two types i.e combination pills and mini pills. Combination pills contain synthetic forms of the two hormones called oestrogen and progesterone. The mini pill only contains the hormone progesterone and is called progestin.

However, the pill does have some side effects to it. These include the following:

  1. Intermenstrual spotting: Within the first three months of starting the pill, women experience vaginal bleeding between the two period cycles.
  2. Nausea: Although the symptoms subside after some time, some women till experience nausea for a while after taking the pill. If one consumes the pill with food or before going to bed, this can help lower the likelihood of feeling nauseous.
  3. Breast tenderness: The breasts might feel tender and enlarged after taking the pill. However, anyone who finds a lump in the breast or feels continuous pain needs to seek medical help.
  4. Headaches: Migraines and headaches are a very common phenomenon of the birth control pill. Different types and doses of these pills may result in different headache symptoms.
  5. Gaining weight: Experiencing certain fluid retention in the hip or breast area is very common. It also affects the fat cells of the body because of the oestrogen present in the pills.
  6. Mood swings: Those with a history of stress or depression might start to feel the same again. If one has that kind of a history and starts to feel emotional changes, she should consult a doctor immediately.
  7. Missing periods: It is a common side effect that after using the pill, one's period might get skipped. This is influenced by several factors including stress, depression or thyroid dysfunctions.
  8. Decreased libido: The sex drive can be widely affected by the birth control pill. Although many other factors could result in a decreased libido, but if it remains after having the pill and is persistent, one should seek medical help or consult a specialist.
  9. Vaginal discharge: There could be an increase or a decrease in the vaginal lubrication. Some people might experience vaginal discharge since it is very common. Changes in vaginal discharge never turn out to be harmful.
  10. Changes in the vision: Fluid retention due to the birth control pill can result in the swelling of corneas. Because of this, even contact lenses do not fit comfortably. Contact lens wearers should consult an ophthalmologist if their vision or lens tolerance is disturbed.


Although there are certain side effects to taking birth control pills; however, one should not abstain from taking them in the fear that they might cause certain side effects. These pills are a precautionary measure along with other protection methods and should be taken in case someone wants to avoid pregnancy at the time being.

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Hi Me and my husband would like to plan a baby. I am 30 and he is 33. Is there any supplement i should be taking to improve chances of conceiving?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Try during fertile period. If still no result, you have to find out the cause by consulting with doctor. Good luck
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I am 20 years old. During the time of periods I never used to have pain in my stomach. But from few months back I am having a severe stomach pain during periods. What's the reason behind it? What are the measures need to be followed? Earlier I used to have bleeding from 5 to 7 days but now it's completely reduced, not even for one day. Would you plzz help me with the problem.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Bhopal
I am 20 years old. During the time of periods I never used to have pain in my stomach. But from few months back I am ...
Dysmenorrhoea is because of so many reasons if you feel pain before 2or 3 days it might you r having infection n if bleeding is less than go for haemoglobin examination n sonography to rule out possible reason start skipping not on periods time take care of hygiene n also start taking ashokaristha.
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I just want to know how much Rh factor is important for child birth. Can a husband having B positive blood group and wife having A negative blood group. Kindly tell me what complications can arise during Pregnancy and child and wife face any problem kindly Solve Respected Doctors.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I just want to know how much Rh factor is important for child birth. Can a husband having B positive blood group and ...
It has no relationship with child birth as such. But with each pregnancy there is small chance of mother getting sensitized by Rh positive cells which may cause problem to next child. However there are injections availbal to take during pregnancy and after delivery to decrease proble. Main thing is don't worry about it.
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I am a 50 year old woman who still has her monthly periods (since the age of 9). What can I expect during the onset of a menopause? I don't have any symptoms as such but just want to be aware. How can one prevent wait gain, hot flashes and pain? Does sexual drive go down?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
I am a 50 year old woman who still has her monthly periods (since the age of 9). What can I expect during the onset o...
Dear lybrate user, age of 50 years is rather late for not to have had menopause. It's better to get ultrasound of lower abdomen done (even if you don't have any problem) and show to gynaecologist.
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Is there any bleeding (period) after total abdominal hysterectomy @ age 30. And also want to know how to cure ovarian cyst. Without operate.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD-GYNEC
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Is there any bleeding (period) after total abdominal hysterectomy @ age 30. And also want to know how to cure ovarian...
Hello there, 1) After hysterectomy if Vaginal bleeding is there then you need to consult your Gynecologist for proper diagnosis & treatment. 2) Yes Ayurvedic treatment is the best option For Ovarian cysts. It's very effective, without any surgical treatment, its curing cyst.
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20 daysbefore I have sexual course and now am having problem regarding mensuration 11 days pass but I do not have mensuration little bloods comes out from my vagina from yesterday so help me please.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
20 daysbefore I have sexual course and now am having problem regarding mensuration 11 days pass but I do not have men...
If you are having little blood after missed period, it is better you do urine test for pregnancy to be 100% sure. It can be just the start of your new menses or it could be implantation bleeding of pregnancy which is less likely.
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I'm taking metformin 500 bd.... Bt these days I m experiencing continuos weakness n breathlessness n wholebody aches. Plz advise why this cud be so

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Ensure frequent monitoring of your blood sugar levels, B.P as well as keep a tab on your weight. These are symptoms relating to any of these above issues. Incase you are over weight, have a high blood pressure or if the sugar levels are not under control it could lead to the symptoms that you are facing
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