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Dr. Suboohi Rizvi

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

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Dr. Suboohi Rizvi is an experienced Gynaecologist in Sector-14, Gurgaon. You can meet Dr. Suboohi Rizvi personally at Miracles Mediclinic in Sector-14, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Suboohi Rizvi on Lybrate.com.

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My frozen embryo transfered on 06.09.17 and also stem cell infusion on 20.08.17 and first beta HCG report is 220 on 19.09.17 and second HCG report is 3880 on 25.09.17. But today it is being bleeding at 10.00. After consulting my doctor advised me injection IVF C 5000. Now when I again test HCG report is 28860 and in USG report two gestational sac is seen and saw twin pregnancy .but doctor say it is bad result and will be abort. What should I be do.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Certified IVF Specialist
IVF Specialist, Delhi
There is a risk of miscarriage certainly as you are having vaginal bleeding. However if the beta hcg is rising appropriately and the growth on ultrasound is fine, it should be alright. Keep your fingers crossed over the next 2 weeks n b on bed rest n v regular with your medicines and injections. All the best!
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I have regular period comes but bleeding only for only on first day only please give me medical advice.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I have regular period comes but bleeding only for only on first day only please give me medical advice.
Some women will have only less bleeding and for few days and it is normal if you have this as your nature , normally
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Hi sir my wife is pregnant she has third trimester 30 weeks can give antioxidant &multivitamin, multi mineral, green tea extract with omega three fatty acid (brand-uvtal) can noteneous 2 month.

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), Fellowship in Infertility, Fellowship in Laparoscopy, MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi sir my wife is pregnant she has third trimester 30 weeks can give antioxidant &multivitamin, multi mineral, green ...
Hi lybrate-user! you can give all these supplements along with iron, calcium and protein powder. All the best and take care!
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I have been swallowing my husbands semen when I do blowjob for him. Will this cause any harm to my health.

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
I have been swallowing my husbands semen when I do blowjob for him. Will this cause any harm to my health.
Frankly, as long as you’re in a healthy, trusting relationship and you have both tested negative for any STDs, there is nothing in semen that is either harmful or beneficial to your health when swallowed.
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Hello doctor I have pcod my height is 5 ft and my weight is 65 I have done with my all test all are normal my husband's test is also normal except my mantoux test which is positive of 10 mm My doctor suggest me to go for biopsy test of uterus which was very costly and painful too so I dropped that I idea because she did not wait for too long. It was jus a cycle by follicular monitoring which was failed. So I thought I should take advice of some other doctor too after that my second doctor advice me to not to go for the test becoz its quite common to hv montox positive as it can b becoz of childhood vaccinations of yours. He also told me that the medicines which I took acco to my first dctr were very high nd there was no need to hv all those tests too and that point of time. The medicines from first doctor were sysfol trazon f forte nd suhagra. Now m on folitas 5 mg one tab per day and normoz two tab per day for 3 months acco to my second dctr. My last to last period was on 11 august after taking dafaston acck to the advice of my first doctor and now the last period was on 13 september. My cycle is irregular too Although my second doctor told me to have unprotected sex on 25 26 27 28 sep to conceive because he counted 14th day from the first day of my period which is 13 sep. But as my cycle is always irregular I'm worried this time too because we are trying for 9 months. I should reduce weight acco to my doctor and should be stress free. He told me that I will conceive naturally. Now my question is can I go for 25 26 27 28 sep for conceiving with normoz and folitas is any other day on which we should try or is it ok to go with these days is normoz automatically normal my cycle and I should simply count 14th day from 13sep. please advice me any other days to so that I can conceive. I am little bit confused because of irregular cycle. Am I doing right by going on the advice of second doctor. Normoz and folitas are ok? Kindly advice me as soon as possible becoz its 26 sep today Thanks allot Regards.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello doctor
I have pcod
my height is 5 ft and my weight is 65 I have done with my all test all are normal
my husband...
Ovulation normally occurs 14 days prior to next expected date of period so ideally to be counted that way but as body does not behave like mathematics around those days. Other days you can continue to have sex as you desire so in case of irregular cycles may help. Pregnancy is possible only on one day of cycle, day of ovulation when ovum is released from ovary of woman. That is why couple should have 12 to 24 cycles of unprotected sex around time of ovulation before going to Gynecologist or infertility specialist for further evaluation and advise. But in those who have irregular cycles that should be done earlier.
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Is Surgery The Only Cure For Endometriosis?

Laproscopy Training, MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Is Surgery The Only Cure For Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a chronic disorder that occurs when tissues, which form the inner lining of the uterus - known as the endometrium - are found outside the uterus. This abnormal growth of endometrial tissue can take place on any part of the pelvic and abdominal regions such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, vagina, vulva, bladder, etc. Rare occurrences of endometriosis can also happen in the lungs, on the arms, and thighs among others.

There is tremendous research underway with regard to the causes of endometriosis in women as the exact root of its occurrence has not been determined.

The most plausible explanations for the development of this disease are as follows:

1. Retrograde menstruation: The most likely cause of endometriosis, this happens when menstrual blood and tissue backs up into the fallopian tubes and pelvis instead or getting expelled from the body. These displaced endometrial tissues then stick to the pelvic walls and grow on other organs in the region.

2. Endometrial cell transport: Endometrial cells and tissues are often transported through blood and lymph vessels to various parts of the body where they start to thrive.

3. Embryonic cell growth: Embryonic cells that line the walls of the pelvic and abdominal cavities often turn into endometrial tissue, which causes endometriosis.

4. Surgical scars: Endometrial cells often get surgically transplanted to scars in the abdomen and pelvis during surgical procedures such as c-sections or hysterectomies.

5. Immune system disorder: Dysfunction of the immune system prohibits the elimination of endometrial tissue outside the uterus.

6. Foetal development: Endometriosis can occur in a foetus that retains endometrial tissue, which develops into the disease later in life when triggered by pubertal hormones (hormones that trigger puberty).

7. Hormones: Endometriosis is stimulated by the hormone oestrogen, which leads to the disease when it reaches abnormal levels.

Endometriosis is a curable condition. The common treatments include:

1. Pain medicines: Over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs help relieve the agony of endometriosis and burning menstruation.

2. Hormone therapy: The administration of certain hormones such as birth-control pills and other hormonal contraceptives, as well as drugs that block stimulation of the ovaries are effective in suppressing the development of endometriosis.

3. Surgery: This resorts to only when all other methods of treatment have failed. The initial surgical approach is to remove the extra-uterine endometrial growth. However, some cases might require a hysterectomy with complete removal of the uterus and ovaries.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Are You Ready for IVF?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Kota
Are You Ready for IVF?

One of the major milestones in a woman’s life is the entry into motherhood. For most women, when this does not happen in the natural logical sequence of things, there is anxiety and lot of pressure from family and friends.

However, with advancements now, there are options like intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilisation (IUI and IVF) available, which can help increase the chances of conception and pregnancy. IVF is where the egg is retrieved from the woman’s womb, fertilised externally and then transplanted back into the uterus where it grows to full term. However, there are always unanswered questions like how long to wait before going for IVF, is it the right procedure for me, etc.

Read on to know to find answers to some of these.

  1. Maternal age: As a woman reaches 35 and a man reaches 40, the fertility rates drop significantly. The chances that a woman at 35 will conceive is about 20%, which goes down to 5% if the woman is 40. However, this rate can be significantly increased by using IVF. The quality of the egg would gradually deteriorate, and so if a woman is nearing 40, it is better to consider IVF as the ovarian reserve would be optimal with IVF.
  2. Failed intrauterine insemination: In couples who have problems with the sperm reaching the uterus, intrauterine insemination (IUI) is first attempted. However, if 3 or more attempts of fail, it is time to consider IVF.
  3. Duration of inability to conceive: While some couples conceive quite promptly in a month or two, most take about 6 to 8 months of unprotected sex to conceive. Therefore, IVF can be an option if you are failing to conceive even after a year. Less than a year, don’t fret. Take it easy and it might just do the trick.
  4. Medical health: Both the partner’s medical health should be taken into account. Lifestyle changes like smoking, alcohol abuse, drug abuse should be considered, which can account for poor sexual performance and therefore lead to an inability to conceive. Health conditions like diabetes and heart disease can also lead to infertility. Hypothyroidism in women is another thing that must be ruled out, as it often leads to an inability to conceive.
  5. Sexual problems with the partner: One of the first things to do before going for IVF is to check that the male does not have any issues. Be it erection issues or ejaculation issues or sperm issues, they need to be ruled out. Sperm quality, quantity, and motility have to be analysed, and if they are optimal, IVF can be considered. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an IVF Specialist.
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I have ovarian cysts my menstruation start in 2015 I am 14 years old please what I can do for it is abdomen says that slightly enlarged et ovary with multiple follicles.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
I have ovarian cysts my menstruation start in 2015 I am 14 years old please what I can do for it is abdomen says that...
Hi, You have polycystic ovaries which is very common in young girls. It needs to be treated for 3-4 cycles after which you periods will get regularised. Please consult me privately if you are interested.
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