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Dr. Lakshmi

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Lakshmi is a trusted Gynaecologist in West Marredpally, Hyderabad. You can meet Dr. Lakshmi personally at Geetha General Hospital in West Marredpally, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Lakshmi on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 26 years of experience on Find the best Gynaecologists online in Hyderabad. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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She is 22 years old she is trying for baby for 3 months but not conceived and having having periods in 25 days or 27 days cycle. What to do?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
She is 22 years old she is trying for baby for 3 months but not conceived and having having periods in 25 days or 27 ...
Hello, a menses between 23-35 days cycle is considered normal. So thats not the cause of concern. You need to track your fertile period and have intercourse during that period which shall increase your chances of pregnancy.
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I had a casual contact with a commercial sex worker. Specifics - Fingered vagina, licked that finger once. She gave me a hand job. The finger had a peeled skin near fingernail. It was 25 days ago. Nothing apart from this, and this was the only contact of any sexual nature I have had ever. Now, I had an ulcer near anus last week, a reddish-black one. And now I have an ulcer on lower lip inside mouth. And have upset stomach. However I have had the diarrhea last recurrently even before in last several months. Could it be a symptom of HIV? Do I need to test for HIV? And if so what test. I am terribly worried.

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
Do not not get worried. It may be some infection of stomach upset, anal hair infection, apthous ulcer of mouth. It need not be associated with sex. Since she is a commercial sex worker ,HIV and STD Blood ELISA test can be done for the benefit of doubt and as a precautionary measure.
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Hi, I am 27 years old female. My last period came on 21 June 2018. On 6th July my friend touched his penis in my vagina without condom but didn't inserted it and didn't discharged inside my vagina and I didn't felt that he discharged on my vagina. I took unwanted 72 after 24 hrs I mean next day. Can I get pregnant through this? He didn't inserted but it touched. I am also taking medicines to mediastinal tuberculosis. Mere ko pill lene K bad frequent urine aa raha hai. I just want to know one day me to pregnancy ka chance nhi hai na. I had taken pill on time. I don't want to get pregnant. please suggest me what to do?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi, I am 27 years old female. My last period came on 21 June 2018. On 6th July my friend touched his penis in my vagi...
Emergency medicines do prevent unwanted pregnancy and one should not take emergency pills as routine These medicines have lots of side effects like hormonal imbalances to make periods Erratic or irregular or delayed Visit registered for family planning center and get counseling done for preventing pregnancy.
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We had unprotected sex and just after a day period occurs. I.e. We had sex on 14th and periods occurs on 15th. Is there possibility of pregnancy? If yes then what should we do to avoid it and what would be better for us? Please suggest.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Warangal
We had unprotected sex and just after a day period occurs. I.e. We had sex on 14th and periods occurs on 15th. Is the...
Nirmal tiwari, information which you gave is not clear . When you want to plan for pregnancy 2 weeks after your period intercourse for 3 days conceiving chances are likely more.
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I am 31 y/f. I have 5 months pregnant. Doctor ask me you are suffering from low lying placenta. What is low lying placenta? and normal delivery is possible in this case?

MD - Maternity & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Low lying placenta migrates upwards usually. So for tht you need to repeat scan again in 28 and 34 weeks to know the position of placenta.
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I suffered miscarriage at 10th week. After 1.4 years m pregnant again. Taking ptu, all-9, lupigest 200 mg orally, hcg5000ui once a week. I am in 6 the week now. Been sleeping a lot no nausea. I have left leg pain and hip pain. Additionally at 4 the week I had bleeding which is stopped now. I am 33 years old. Will I miscarry? I bed rest all the time. How to avoid it please.

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I suffered miscarriage at 10th week. After 1.4 years m pregnant again. Taking ptu, all-9, lupigest 200 mg orally, hcg...
Do take hot water fomentation thrice a day for 7 days regularly for leg and hip pain do consult your treating obstetrician for your other queries best wishes.
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Worrying Factors That Lead to a Low Sex Drive

M.D.Medicine, Diploma in Diabetology
Sexologist, Jaipur
Worrying Factors That Lead to a Low Sex Drive

Many people suffer from a low libido problem. This can be a problem for their partners as well as for themselves. A low sex drive can also reduce one's self esteem and confidence. In severe cases it also leads to depression.

Factors which cause low sex drive:

  1. Sexual problems: Many sexual problems also lead to a low sex drive. An inability to experience orgasm even after a lot of attempts can make one indifferent to sex. Some people also experience pain because of a tight vagina. In such cases their desire to have sex reduces greatly.

  2. Medical diseases: Many medical conditions also affects your libido, such as cancer, arthritis, blood sugar (diabetes), artery diseases, high blood pressure and neurological diseases.

  3. Medications: Some people suffer from depression and anxiety disorders. To get over these disorders most doctors prescribe them antidepressants and anti-anxiety pills, these medications create a very low libido.

  4. Habits: Many lifestyle habits such as over-consumption of alcohol can make your sex drive reduce a lot. Smoking also decreases the blood flow in your body which may make your libido fall.

  5. Surgery: Reconstructive surgeries such as breast reconstruction surgery and genital tract surgery can also affect sexual desire and give your body signals to not engage in an intercourse.

  6. Fatigue: Tiredness because of physical activities or caring for your old parents or young children can also make you uninterested in sex. Your body and brain might not have the energy to engage in an intercourse due to fatigue.

  7. Menopause: The levels of estrogen reduce greatly during menopause. Low estrogen levels make your vagina dry hence sex can be uncomfortable and painful. Women also go through hormonal changes which make them suffer from a low libido.

  8. Pregnancy: After pregnancy, breastfeeding your baby becomes an everyday activity. This can reduce sexual desire because of the pressure of caring for a new born baby.

Regular exercising complemented with enough sleep is known to reduce stress thus giving you a high sex drive. Avoid consuming alcohol. Testosterone replacement therapy (a therapy used for treating erectile dysfunction) also treats low desire. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

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Hi Dr. My baby is now 12 days old. But I am experiencing pain while breast feeding. What should I do?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
This is very common problem while feeding as some part of milk is not expressed from the breasts causing it engorged. If breasts are engorged (red/pink and firm), then baby will not be able to suck milk properly. You may need to start with gentle hand expressing or a breast pump until your baby is able to put nipple comfortably into his or her mouth. Try using warm cloth on your breasts before a feed to help the milk to flow.
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High blood pressure in Pregnancy (PIH) - What To Expect

Gynaecologist, Delhi
High blood pressure in Pregnancy (PIH) - What To Expect

Pregnancy and high blood pressure isn’t as deadly a combination as feared by many. A blood pressure that is equal to or more than 140/90 mm of Hg is considered to be high and abnormal. While hypertension requires close monitoring, here is what every pregnant woman must know about this condition.

What are the different types of high blood pressure that can occur during pregnancy?

  1. Gestational hypertension: Women suffering from this condition typically suffer from high blood pressure after the 20th week of pregnancy. While in most of the cases, no protein or signs of organ damage are detected, many women might develop a condition known as the preeclampsia.
  2. Chronic hypertension: This is a condition that occurs at least 20 weeks before the pregnancy. This is a little hard to detect since there are no symptoms attached to this condition.
  3. Chronic hypertension and superimposed preeclampsia: This is a condition that is often seen in women with chronic hypertension. It typically befalls before the pregnancy and is characterized by high protein in the urine. Typically, a pregnancy of this type has delivery-related complications.
  4. Preeclampsia: This condition occurs 20 weeks after the pregnancy. It is often associated with complications involving other organs such as liver, kidneys, brain, and blood. If this goes untreated, it can prove fatal for the mother and the unborn baby.

Why is high blood pressure an unwanted problem?

  1. Reduced blood flow to the placenta: If the placenta doesn’t receive adequate blood, the baby receives less food and oxygen. It can lead to premature birth, slow growth, and low birth weight. Premature birth can lead to infection of the baby and breathing problems.
  2. Placental abruption: This is a condition where the placenta gets separated from the inner lining of the uterus before the delivery happens. Abruption can cause heavy bleeding leading to life-threatening condition both for the mother and the baby.
  3. Injury to other organs: If the hypertension is not tackled well, it may lead to injury of the lungs, heart, liver, kidney and many other organs. In many cases, it could prove to be life-threatening as well.
  4. Premature delivery: In case of high blood pressure, a doctor might take a call for an early delivery to avoid the risk of unnecessary complications.

What are the signs and symptoms to develop this condition?

  1. Pain in the kidney or excessive protein in the urine.
  2. Vomiting and nausea.
  3. Problems in vision including but not related to blurred vision, temporary loss of vision and light sensitivity.
  4. Limited liver function.
  5. Fluid accumulation in the lungs resulting in shortness of breath.
  6. Frequent and long stretches of headaches.
  7. Pain in the upper abdomen especially on the right side, under the rib.
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IVF - How Male Partner Can Support?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Certified IVF Specialist
IVF Specialist, Delhi
IVF - How Male Partner Can Support?

First time IVF - tips for men

Preparing for an IVF cycle physically as well as emotionally is as important for men as it is for women. Additionally, if it's the first time you are opting for an IVF then it will help a lot if you prepare for it in advance. There are many issues to consider like your hormonal balance, sperm count, your general health, physical and emotional issues experienced by you and your partner during the process etc. Read on to find some effective tips that will ensure that you can smoothly complete the procedure and support your partner in doing so.

1. Gather information about the process

If you and your partner are opting for IVF for the first time then it will be beneficial for you both to know about the process first. It always helps if you are familiar with the uncertainties involved and prepare yourself to face any complexities arising during the cycle.

2. Seek emotional support from family and friends or join a support group

You should build a small supportive social circle of family and friends for yourself and your partner to deal with the stress and emotional changes experienced during the process. Alternatively, joining an online infertility support group also proves to be effective.

3. Opt for fertility cleansing

Fertility cleansing for men is as important as it for women as it ensures a healthy hormonal balance. The simplest steps would be to abstain from using plastic containers for eating and drinking, consuming organic food and fertility boosting foods as well as not having soy-based food products or alcohol.

4. Provide proper nourishment to your body

For this ask your doctor to suggest a diet which will boost male fertility and ensure better sperm health. Moreover, you can have multivitamin supplements to get essential minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Also, keep yourself hydrated by consuming at least 8 glasses of clean water every day.

5. Look after yourself and your partner

Ensure that you and your partner remain fit and healthy during the cycle by consuming a healthy diet. To keep stress at bay try exercising for 30 minutes daily or opt for fertility yoga or regular meditation. You may also think about seeking the help of a counsellor to strategically deal with the process. According to your preferences decide whether you want to have the counselling session with or without your partner.

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