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Dr. Swati Rathore

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

14 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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Dr. Swati Rathore MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
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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. Swati Rathore is a renowned Gynaecologist in Sohna, Gurgaon. She has been a successful Gynaecologist for the last 14 years. She is a MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology . She is currently associated with Kiran Memorial Hospital (Mother Child, Multi Speciality & Stone Hospital) in Sohna, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Swati Rathore on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - SP Medical college, - 2004
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology - SP Medical College, - 2007
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Stood first in pre PG exam among girls
Professional Memberships
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)

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Hello doctor, I am 7 months pregnant and sometime I feel little pain on my stomach pls tell me why this is happening?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello doctor, I am 7 months pregnant and sometime I feel little pain on my stomach pls tell me why this is happening?
Pain in pregnancy at 7 months is most likely to be labor pain, so you should report immediately to the doctor. If the pain is not intermittant, it comes only on jerky movents then it is likely to be round ligament pain. It occurs because your ligaments gets stretched by growing uterus, and with brisk movement or getting up it produces pain. If pain is severe one can take tab. Crocin or parcetamol for pain relief. In the meantime it is better to have per vaginal examination by a gynecologist to check whether you are not going in labor.
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I am 20 years old female and have headache, backache, stomach pain and my period is also delay by 5 days. What should I do?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D in Ayurveda, Ph.D
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
I am 20 years old female and have headache, backache, stomach pain and my period is also delay by 5 days. What should...
Don't worry it is quite but natural to any week ladies, if you are good health fit, then also for 20 or 25 days also it will happens.
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Endometriosis: It's the Reason You Get Abnormal Lower Abdomen Pain

Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Endometriosis: It's the Reason You Get Abnormal Lower Abdomen Pain

Endometriosis: causes and treatment

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.

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Tip: Infections Of The Vagina, Cervix and Uterus: Facts You Must Know

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Is Masturbation Good for You?

MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Is Masturbation Good for You?

Masturbation | get the facts about masturbation

To masturbate means to stimulate yourself in a sexual way. It involves touching one's own body and sexual organs for sexual pleasure. Masturbation is common, and many women engage in this sexual activity more women than you think! it's a safe kind of sex play, and it can bring many health benefits as well as allowing you to learn about your body.

For many of us, masturbation is a taboo topic. There are many myths about masturbation that can cause us to feel guilty about it, and many women feel ashamed about doing it. However, masturbation is a natural and common activity for both women and men, as it's a natural form of exploration of our own body.

Studies show that around 7 out of 10 men and 5 out of 10 women masturbate, as well as being common for teens to masturbate whilst they begin to learn about their bodies. People can begin to masturbate at different stages of their lives, many even from childhood as they begin to explore their changing bodies.

There are many reasons why people masturbate. Some reasons are:


    To relieve sexual tension;
    To achieve sexual pleasure;
    To reach orgasm when partners are unavailable;
    To explore the body to figure out what you like;
    To relax and relieve stress.


Masturbation can be good for both your mental and physical health. People who masturbate tend to feel more confident sexually and about themselves, and it's also one of the best ways to learn about your sexuality. It helps you to explore the types of touch that you like the most, and helps you to learn how to get excited and how to reach orgasm. Learning about what feels good to you can also increase your chance of feeling sexual pleasure with your sex partner; you will feel more comfortable with your body and will begin to know your rhythm and how you feel when you're aroused. When your confidence and comfort levels are high which masturbation can help with it's easier to let your partner know what you like.

Masturbation can also improve your ability to have orgasms, as you get to understand your body and how it feels when you're close to climaxing. It can also help you sleep and relax you, so there really are many benefits and it's not something that you should be ashamed of. Many people feel shame or guilt about masturbating, however only you can decide if it's right for you and if you're comfortable with it; that's the main thing.

Different people enjoy different things when they masturbate. Women may stimulate parts of their vagina, such as the clitoris, inner or outer labia, vaginal opening of the anus. Many women prefer to rub near to but not on the clitoris, because direct stimulation can be very intense. Some women also use sex toys such as vibrators and dildos during masturbation to increase their arousal, so if you do this make sure to read the directions and clean your toy properly.

Remember that masturbation is a natural part of exploration of your body and can occur from any age, so don't listen to the myths and don't feel guilty about doing something that's a perfectly normal part of your body's development.

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Stay Healthy

MBBS, DDV
Dermatologist, Mumbai
Stay Healthy

This is very visual as hair outside your scalp is dead. Hair has no blood, nerves or muscles. If you cut your hair, you feel no pain; nor does hair bleed or pull a muscle when stretched. So in this respect, you could say your ‘hair is dead’. However, for a ‘dead’ fibre, your hair is quite remarkable! A healthy hair will stretch up to 30% of its length, can absorb its weight in water and can also swell up to 20% of its diameter. Not only that, but the strength of hair is greater than that of copper wire of the same diameter; an average head of hair can in fact support 23 tons in weight. You can change your hair’s colour shape, hairstyle, length, curl; we wash our hair, brush and set our hair, pull it, play with it, occasionally chew on it, rub it, straighten it, all to an extraordinary degree. And yet, despite all of this flagrant abuse, our hair remains amazingly resilient and tough.

Each follicle, within the anatomy of the skin an indentation in your skin that hair grows from, has its own blood, nerve and muscle supply. These nerves and muscles give your hair its tactile properties, allowing the slightest movement to be felt. When the muscles contract, your hair stands up more and pinches the skin, causing ‘goose bumps’. You inherit this characteristic from animals – the bristling quills of a petrified porcupine are an exaggerated example.

Furthermore, your hair is the second fastest growing cell in your body, bone marrow being the first. This means that your anatomy of hair is extremely sensitive to changes going on within you; it is often a result of internal problems and imbalances that hair loss and/or lacklustre hair can occur. Blood capillaries surrounding your follicle provide each individual hair with the nourishment needed for cell production and growth. Therefore, the hair anatomy if you aren’t getting the vitamins, proteins, complex carbohydrates (energy) and minerals you need, your hair will not receive them either and can suffer greatly. Hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy menstruation, stress and personal upsets also have a great impact on hair health and growth.
So, even though your hair itself is technically ‘dead’, the growth of your hair is closely intertwined with the inner workings of your body as well as your psychological and emotional state. What you do, feel, eat and experience all shape the way your hair looks, feels and grows.

I am 22 years old. I had a miscarriage when I was 20. And till date I am unable to get pregnant after that. I showed few doctors they have given some medicines but no positive results. I get my periods quite often. And I am bulky (more than avg weight but not completely heavy) so What to do To achieve positive results? Please let me know. Thank-you.

MBBS, DGO, FGO
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I am 22 years old. I had a miscarriage when I was 20. And till date I am unable to get pregnant after that. I showed ...
Keep your weight under control, if your periods are irregular, get your hormones tested, your husband’s semen examination is also required because sometimes the sperm count is not very good, which delays pregnancy, observe fertile period of your cycle,
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My period has not come yet as I taken 3 ipill within 15 days. I am pregnant or what?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My period has not come yet as I taken 3 ipill within 15 days. I am pregnant or what?
I will suggest you to get your urine checked for pregnancy in a laboratory and follow up with reports.
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I am 24 years old female. Today my fertile day like my egg ovulated today. I made a sex with my husband. He made an ejaculation. It is possible for pregnancy? Please help me.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
I am 24 years old female. Today my fertile day like my egg ovulated today. I made a sex with my husband. He made an e...
Hi lybrate-user if your fallopian tubes are patent, egg reserve is normal then chances of getting pregnant are 20-25%
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Is pain of get periods , is a symptom of pregnancy. Or its just a pain.Please tell.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), DGO, MBBS, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery(FMAS) & Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
Is pain of get periods , is a symptom of pregnancy. Or its just a pain.Please tell.
Hi if you have missed your period than possibility of pregnancy otherwise it will not. Please do urine pregnancy test if you have missed period thanks.
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Hi we had a unprotected sex and taken unwanted 72 within 5 hr, but he's period got delayed almost 8 days, and she didn't feel lke any bleeding aftr taking the tablet, and she feel lke vomiting sensation aftr 4 days, is it she is pregnant?

MBBS
General Physician, Chennai
Hi we had a unprotected sex and taken unwanted 72 within 5 hr, but he's period got delayed almost 8 days, and she did...
No cheance the harmonal pill has upset the cycle wait for a few more days get pt done with early morning first urine.
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