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Dr. Saroj Malhotra

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Saroj Malhotra is a trusted Gynaecologist in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Saroj Malhotra at Bagga Nursing Home in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Saroj Malhotra on Lybrate.com.

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Hi mam. I have undergoing follicular study after the treatment of siphene 50 mg. Now my period day is 12. When I have undergone study, on 12th day the result was nil in both ovaries. Is it normal or after some days the egg production will be find. Kindly guide me on this result.

MS.(Obs. & Gyn.) Enrl., B.A.M.S
Obstetrician, Ghaziabad
Hi mam. I have undergoing follicular study after the treatment of siphene 50 mg. Now my period day is 12. When I have...
Hi. This cycle would be counted as unovulatory. Because if ovulation didn't occur up to day 12 then their are very less chance for that.
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48 hr k baad kese confirm kr skte h pregnant h ya nhi. Because I am felling very tired and in my body no energy. please suggest me.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
48 hr k baad kese confirm kr skte h pregnant h ya nhi. Because I am felling very tired and in my body no energy. plea...
About 85% of normal pregnancies will have the hCG level double every 48 - 72 hours. As you get further along into pregnancy and the hCG level gets higher, the time it takes to double can increase to about every 96 hours. Beta hCG levels usually double about every 2 days for the first four weeks of pregnancy.

There was a cut when i had sex with my virgin gf bfore 3 years, after 3 months i got treated by homeopathy medicine. Now I feel very weak and loss of weight ,low burning urination, more skin sensation, joint pain, lower back pain and thick sperm and often get a few tiny bubbles in my sperm. What happened to me and what should i do now?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Health Administration
Ayurveda,
There is No connection between weakness and weight loss. Thickness of sperm and its bubble is to be ignored. For low back pain, joint pain, burning micturation you can visit your family Doctor. Kindly do HIV test and always use condom for unwanted contract of viral or bacterial infection.
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Sir/madam, my wife is 28 years old. My marital life is of 04 years old and I was not blessed with kids while all the test of myself and my wife were" nad' but my wife got pregnant by 08 weeks when we observe that she was having continuous fever. So I got this confirmation through'prega news' then I immediately consulted to doctor at gujarat (my posting place: serving in air force). Dr. Told me that baby is of 06 weeks 02 days. I became happy because after a long time I got this good news. She prescribed me a lot of precautions with follicle acid and iron medicines and told me to visit after 15 days of medicine course. When I went there Dr. Declared that baby had been expired due to pulse stop which was cleared through sonography followed by ultrasound. She advised me for dnc treatment. I did it well. Now she is cure but I have a lot of doubt regarding this season. 1. Is it safe to do sonography during 2-3 months of pregnancy? 2. If Dr. Knows the past medical history that she was miscarriage one time earlier, should she not use any kind of injection for hold of pregnancy? 3. Dr. Was telling the baby growth is continue but pulse dead. Is it possible? 4. If I was taking a highly care of awareness how it is possible, as she is telling it happened due to air infection. Is it some kind of joke? 5. Sir/mam, I lost my property now, so as of my best hope I am requesting you to give me a lot of well advise so that for the next pregnancy I may aware of best care. So for the next carrying what precaution and procedure we should follow. Your expedite instruction will be helpful for me. With hope.

Master in Psychology, MD - Ayurveda, Dems, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
Dear there are numeral causes of miscarriage, so we have to work out the main cause in your case. Ultrasonography is relatively safe investigation during pregnancy. And there is no such single injection available to hold the pregnancy. Please go for detail investigations and safe treatment. At present your wife is more important than anything else. I hope everything will be all right.
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Spots On The Penis: What It Could Mean?

MS Human Sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (Behaviour Modification), Certified In Treatment of Resistant Depression, Certificate course to be Sexuality Educator, National leader, India continent
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Spots On The Penis: What It Could Mean?

Spots on a men private part 

Men are often very worried when they find spots on their penises. In this article, we'll describe the different types of penile spots and their colors that you might find. Penile spots are not usually a sign of anything very serious. But nearly always, it's a good idea to show the spots to your sexologist. Please bear in mind that most penile spots that you might find there are likely to be completely harmless. But some aren't! It's understandable that men can be very concerned if they notice spots on their penis.

Men also get alarmed about the sometimes rather unpleasant physical appearance of a spotty' penis, and what their sexual partner or partners might think of it. This is quite understandable. However, very tiny and harmless bumps' and spots on the penis, alarming though they may be, they are unlikely to be noticed by a sex partner.

Where could one seek medical help?

If you're concerned about a spot (or spots) on your penis, please ask a sexual medicine specialist doctor to have a look at it.

Now let's look at some really common penile spots:

  • Fordyce spots
  • White or yellow spots on your penis

These are tiny white or yellowish spots, found on the head of the penis or the shaft. If your skin is brown or black, they may look more prominent. They are normal. They're minute sebaceous glands and are just part of the natural structure of many penises. Many men also have them around their lips. Fordyce spots are not sexually transmitted and they don't do any harm. There's absolutely no need for any treatment.

Hair follicles
As you know, virtually all men have quite a few hairs growing around the base of the penis. And often, the hairs extend some distance up the underside of the organ. Human hairs grow out of a tiny'pit, which is called a follicle. And very frequently, the follicles on the penis may be quite prominent. This is nothing to worry about and no treatment is needed.


Septic spots (Pimples on your penis)
Obviously, people do often get pimples, or'septic spots' on their faces and on other parts of the body. They're particularly common in young adults. Sometimes a small pimple appears on the penis. This is not a serious matter and no treatment is needed. Do not squeeze the spot, because you may spread infection. Don't have sex with anyone till it's completely gone. However, if something that you think is a pimple hasn't gone away within a week, ask a doctor to check it out.

Genital warts
Pink, brown or black spots on your penis
In contrast, genital warts do need treatment. And they are transmitted by sexual contact. They are pink, brown, ivory-coloured or black. Occasionally, they grow out of the opening at the tip of the organ. They are caused by one of the human papilloma viruses (hpv), which like living in warm, moist parts of the human body. Genital warts are easily passed on during vaginal, oral or anal sex.

It is strongly recommended that you go to a sexologist if you suspect you have genital warts, partly to make sure that your diagnosis is correct.

Treatment is either by application of special creams, or else by removing the wart altogether – for instance with an electric probe or laser. This is virtually painless.

Do not have sex until the doctor says that you are completely cured.

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