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Dr. Radha

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Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Radha is a renowned Gynaecologist in Karkardooma, Delhi. Doctor is a MBBS . You can meet Dr. Radha personally at Kosmos Superspeciality Hospital in Karkardooma, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Radha and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I had laparoscopy on 13th of Nov 2017. My tubes were sticked which were opened den. Now m trying to conceive. My follicular report with siphene was good. please suggest when and for how many days should I take the tablet. Also when should I take HCG injection. please suggest.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I had laparoscopy on 13th of Nov 2017. My tubes were sticked which were opened den. Now m trying to conceive. My foll...
Dear lybrate-user you need to take this tablet from day 2 to day 5 and when the size of the follicle will be 18 mm Than you can take HCG Injection, for that you need to do regular follicular monitoring to know thw size of follicle.
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We are planning for the baby so please advise what were the test required to get satisfied if everything is ok to plan for the baby? Also I do have slipped disc problem.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
We are planning for the baby so please advise what were the test required to get satisfied if everything is ok to pla...
If both of you do not have any medical problem like diabetes, hypertension or heart disease presently you plan to conceive and once you miss your periods now is the time Gynaecologist will ask for tests. Disc problem can be taken care of during last trimester of pregnancy. So be happy and plan your wonderful bundle of joy.
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HAVING S-E-X FOR THE FIRST TIME

PG Dip(psycosexual diseases), MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
HAVING S-E-X FOR THE FIRST TIME



For both partners:


How do I have" good" sex?
What follows is not a set of rules. Rules about sex are impossible-- what should matter is that what you do makes you feel good. And" feeling good" should last past the sex itself-- you should not feel anxious afterwards about getting her pregnant or catching some horrible disease, so planning ahead about contraception and safe sex is part of the idea.

What time should we have sex?
When you have sex doesn't really matter. What should matter instead is that you and your partner have sex when you are both comfortable. Some people prefer to make love at the break of dawn, some in the afternoon sun, some in the darkness of night. More important than time of day is the time you have to spend. Give yourself a lot of time to have sex the first time. A weekend is ideal, but at least the whole day, including sleep time.

Should we eat or drink anything before sex?
Avoid eating a heavy meal, since that'll just make you sleepy. Eat light, don't drink too much alcohol, if any at all. It may help you shed inhibitions, but it may also make his erection much more difficult to achieve and you want to spend more time in the bedroom than the bathroom anyway, right?

Where should we have sex?
Where you have sex is probably a more important decision. Finding a place where you both can be private for up to forty-eight hours can be difficult at that age where most people are planning on losing their virginity. But it's worth it.
A bed is probably the best thing to make love in, still. Hopefully you'll have a room to yourself, with all the amenities that a bedroom affords, including heat, comfort, space, and the bathroom. Take a shower together! if you're about to have sex, you've probably had your hands all over each other before now. Get to know each other's bodies. Take your time. That's what lovemaking is about.


What do we need to bring?
Bring what you need to make you comfortable. Birth control pills, condoms.
Will we come at the same time?
Don't worry about making orgasm simultaneous. Some women do not orgasm during intercourse until they have gained experience, and even if you both are capable of climax, the odds are very much against the two of you coming together the first time. Enjoy yourselves, and rely on one another to tell the truth about what is pleasurable and what is satisfying.


For her:


What do I do first?
You can't expect him to know what makes you feel good. You'll have to tell him or show him, and that may mean taking some of the initiative, taking his hands and placing them where they make you feel good. Don't be afraid to ask him to" be gentler" or change positions. Go slow. If it's his first time, he may well be totally nervous about what you're about to do, and his penis may not respond at first. Patience, gentleness, and understanding are required to bring it back to life, and that may be hard for you to achieve, but that's why we told you to give yourselves lots of time.


Will it hurt?
You have probably heard horror stories about how much losing your virginity hurts. For a few women, it does, but with the right touch and the right partner, you should be able to take his penis into your body without pain. Have him take his time, use a lubricant, and press his fingers into you, opening you up slowly. Tell him when it feels good and when it hurts.

What position should I use?
Many women prefer to have sex the first time being on top, where they can control the first entry. Others want to be on the bottom and give their lovers that control. Choose what's best for you. Just remember to tell him to go slow, take your time, and if you feel the need, use a commercial lubricant.

For him:


What if I can't get it up?
It may sound funny, but your penis, which has worked great for years, may suddenly go on strike at your first chance at" real" sex. That's natural-- you're nervous. Take a deep breath. Do something else for a while with your hands, your lips and your tongue. Try to forget about your anxiety, and your penis will respond. It's only a temporary thing.


Should I tell her if i'm a virgin?
Many men think that because they're men, they should be in charge of the sex, regardless of who has the more experience. If you're a virgin and she's not, tell her, and let her lead if she wishes. This is as much a learning experience as a loving one. Don't be afraid to confess the truth. A lot of women would rather know that your fumbling is inexperience, rather than just sheer ineptitude, and will gratefully show you the ways of the world.


What if I orgasm too soon?
If you actually climax much too soon before you wanted to, take your time, take a nap, and try again. The second time you should be much more relaxed and ready to take your time-- so will your penis.


Am I big enough? too big? the right shape?
Size of the penis is a common concern. The average penis is slightly more than five and a half inches in length when erect, and that's more than enough to hit every major nerve center of the clitoris and the vagina, the legendary g-spot included. The vagina is capable of stretching to take a large penis, or shape itself to pleasure a small one. Size has very little to do with your ability as a lover.
Another common issue is shape. Some men become concerned because their penis bends downwards, or to the left, and assume that because they never see men like them in erotic movies that they're not normal. Others worry that a downward bend will make sex difficult or painful because the vagina isn't shaped with that bend in mind.
Keep in mind that sex can be performed in any number of positions. The penis and vagina can be matched in many different ways, and each new position can bring new pleasures to you and your partner. Some people believe that a downward-bending penis is much easier to perform oral sex upon.


Will I be a good lover?
Being a good lover doesn't happen automatically. With the right partner, time, care, and practice, you have everything you need to become a great lover. Your first times, for both you, will be fumbling and awkward, but hopefully they'll be the start of great times for the rest of your lives

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My husband's fasting blood sugar level is 158mg/dl, post prandial sugar level is 199mg/dl. We are trying to conceive for more than a year. Is this sugar level a problem?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My husband's fasting blood sugar level is 158mg/dl, post prandial sugar level is 199mg/dl. We are trying to conceive ...
Dear lybrate user, Absolutely not,. You should go for required pathological test for the purpose,please. Your pregnancy will b a late pragnecy at the present age of yours,of course, u need to consult a gynae,please. Take,care.
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Is it safe fr women to suck dick while having sex and after how mch time couple cn hv sex after c section delivery.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
Is it safe fr women to suck dick while having sex
and after how mch time couple cn hv sex after c section delivery.
Yes, you can do oral sex but keep your private parts clean and hygienic. Wait for sex for 45 days after cesarean section delivery.
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Hello doctor, my 4 month old baby drink 1/2 oz with a gap of 4-6 hrs. She is 6.2 kg weight. Is that normal? When I give breast to feed she refuse it and cry. Now I used to feed her only when she asleep. And my breast milk supply is too low. What should I do?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
You may take homeopathic medicine Alfalfa Q 10 drops tds... And also if she is not taking breast milk.. lactogen stage I powder is good ...
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Periods irregular hai. Cycle dates are 5/3/17, April and may me nahi. 28/6/17, 22/7/17. August me nahi aaya. Ek bar pregnancy test negative aaya to second time positive aa Sakta hai? I hv checked after 27 days.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Periods irregular hai. Cycle dates are 5/3/17, April and may me nahi. 28/6/17, 22/7/17. August me nahi aaya. Ek bar p...
No there are less chances of it becoming positive if there was no intercourse in between... You may go for USG Abdomen.. to find out the cause of irregular periods...
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I am a 20 year old girl. I am having PCOD since last 2 years. I am fed-up of consuming the medicines every time and just want to get rid of this disease. Kindly suggest a permanent solution.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I am a 20 year old girl.
I am having PCOD since last 2 years.
I am fed-up of consuming the medicines every time and j...
Hello, pcos or pcod s a problem in which a woman's hormones are out of balance. It can cause problems with your periods and make it difficult to get pregnant. Pcos also may cause unwanted changes in the way you look. If it isn't treated, over time it can lead to serious health problems, such as diabetes and heart disease. The most common symptoms are: acne. Weight gain and trouble losing weight. Extra hair on the face and body. Thinning hair or even hair loss on scalp. Irregular periods. Often women with pcos have fewer than nine periods a year. Some women have no periods. Others have very heavy bleeding. Fertility problems. Many women who have pcos have trouble getting pregnant (infertility), depression. Regular exercise, healthy foods, and weight control are the key treatments for pcos. Treatment (hormonal) can reduce unpleasant symptoms and help prevent long-term health problems. Try to fit in moderate activity and/or vigorous activity often. Brisk walking, jogging, dance or aerobics are great exercise that most people can do. Eat heart-healthy foods. This includes lots of vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans, and whole grains. It limits foods that are high insaturated fat, such as meats, cheeses, and fried foods. Most women who have pcos can benefit from losing weight. Even losing 5 kg may help get your hormones in balance, regulate your menstrual cycle and can make you ovulate.
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Had an unprotected sex on 1st day of period for the first time. Unsure if we had penetration or not. Can I b pregnant? How to check? It's been 3 weeks now. This week getting white discharge alot. Please help. Thanks.

MBBS
General Physician, Greater Noida
Had an unprotected sex on 1st day of period for the first time. Unsure if we had penetration or not. Can I b pregnant...
Very very rare to get pregnant on first day of cycle, discharge maybe due to some vaginal infection or sometimes hormonal changes leading to desires may cause it.
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Hi Please help fast Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex it's been 12 hours what should do to avoid pregnancy? She is 18 should she take ipill?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Fellowship in Laparoscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chandigarh
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Please help fast
Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex it's been 12 hours what should do to avoid pregnancy?
Sh...
that depends on her last period date.. but as u have not shared the completed information, u can give her ipill without any problem..
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