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Dr. M.S. Madhavi

MBBS, DGO

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

14 Years Experience  ·  0 - 150 at clinic
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Dr. M.S. Madhavi is an experienced Gynaecologist in KPHB, Hyderabad. He has over 14 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. He has done MBBS, DGO . You can visit him at Sankhya Hospitals in KPHB, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. M.S. Madhavi on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad - 2003
DGO - Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad - 2007

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Plot No:C-15,Road No :1, KPHB Colony Rd, Kukatpally Housing Board Phase I, Kukatpally. Landmark: Opposite SBT Bank, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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My girl friends period was starting on 15th July and end on 21st july. We had unprotected sex on 22nd july. Just after next of period ends. There is any chance of pregnancy.

Diploma in Gastroenterology, Diploma in Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
My girl friends period was starting on 15th July and end on 21st july. We had unprotected sex on 22nd july. Just afte...
No chance of pregnancy Here are 6 Tips for Predicting Ovulation Naturally: Predicting Ovulation Tip #1 – Counting Your Days A cycle is counted from the first day of one period to the first day of the next period. Remember, the hormone levels are at point zero or neutral for the first three days. Keeping track of the average length of your menstrual cycles is one of the easiest ways to predict ovulation. In a 28-day cycle, for example, ovulation will generally take place between 12 and 15 days. This is the time that a women is most fertile and most likely to get pregnant. Therefore, the best time to have intercourse is between days 10 and 17 of your menstrual cycle. This first phase (Phase 1) should not be shorter than 10 day or longer than 17 days. If too short, the uterine lining does not have enough time to thicken and the egg does not have time to mature. If too long, this means a women’s estrogen production is low. Predicting Ovulation Tip #2 – Changing Cervical Mucus As you approach ovulation, your cervical mucus changes in both volume and texture. You are most fertile when your cervical mucus discharge is clear and stretchy, like egg white texture. For conception, have intercourse during each cycle on the days when your cervical mucus (vaginal discharge) feels elastic, wet and slippery. Predicting Ovulation Tip #3 – Cervix Changes When levels of estrogen are heightened, as they are around ovulation, the cervix will become more pliable, soft and change positions upward away from the vagina. The cervical opening will also become wider. To check the position of the cervix, reach into the vaginal canal with your finger. The tip of the finger will touch the tip of the cervix. Note any subtle changes that vary before and after ovulation. Predicting Ovulation Tip #4 – Lower Abdominal Discomfort Some women may experience mild aches and pain in the lower abdominal area. Referred to as mittelschmerz (a German word meaning “middle pain”), abdominal pain can last anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours and is a sign that ovulation is occurring. Predicting Ovulation Tip #5 – Body Temperature Increase This change in temperature occurs because of the release of the egg and the production of hormones that accompany it. While this temperature is too slight to be felt, it can be measured using a body temperature thermometer. Predicting Ovulation Tip #6 – Ovulation Timing Self-Test An ovulation predictor kit is an option in predicting ovulation. A positive result means that your hormone levels are high, signaling that ovulation will occur within 12 to 48 hours.
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Infertility in Women - Know The Top 3 Reasons Behind It!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Infertility in Women - Know The Top 3 Reasons Behind It!

The inability to conceive after indulging in unprotected sex is known as infertility. It can also be referred to the biological incapability of a male to cause the conception or a woman being unable to carry the pregnancy for full-term. Research has shown that female problems contribute to over half of all the infertility cases while a majority of the other causes include sperm disorders.

Treatment of infertility depends on:

  1. Cause of Infertility
  2. Duration of Infertility
  3. Age of both partners
  4. Personal preferences

Causes:
Causes of infertility in women include:
1. Ovulation disorders: This is regarded as the most common cause of infertility in women. The disorders can be caused due to the following

  • Premature ovarian failure
  • PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)
  • Poor egg quality
  • Hyperprolactinemia
  • Overactive or Underactive thyroid gland
  • Chronic conditions like cancer or AIDS.

2. Problems in fallopian tubes or uterus: Abnormalities in the uterus or fallopian tubes render the woman incapable of conceiving naturally. This might be due to:

  • Submucosal fibroids
  • Surgery
  • Endometriosis
  • Previous sterilization treatment

3. Medications: There is a possibility that treatment will cure infertility. Examples include NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy. Treatment of infertility might involve a significant amount of psychological, physical, temporal and financial commitments. In men, treatment is done to treat lack of healthy sperm or general sexual problems. The treatments include:

  1. Medications
  2. Surgery
  3. Change in lifestyle
  4. Sperm retrieval

Even though it is possible to restore fertility in women using only one or two therapies, a number of treatments might be required before conception is possible. Some of these treatments include:

  1. Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
  2. Stimulation of ovulation with fertility drugs
  3. Surgery to restore fertility

In situations where pregnancy does not happen spontaneously, Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) can be used by couples to achieve pregnancy. It is a form of fertility treatment which involves the handling of sperm and egg. The entire ART team consists of psychologists, physicians, embryologists, nurses and lab technicians.

One common ART technique is In vitro fertilization (IVF). It is a process where an egg and sperms are manually combined in a laboratory dish, followed by transfer of embryo to the uterus. Some aspects involved in an IVF cycle are:

  1. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
  2. Assisted hatching
  3. Donor eggs or sperm
  4. Gestational carrier

Some complications that may occur during the treatment of infertility are:

  1. Multiple pregnancy
  2. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)

    If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist and ask a free question.

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My husband is having sex me more in my back hole is there is any effect in my back.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
My husband is having sex me more in my back hole is there is any effect in my back.
Hello- Anal sex can cause serious infections to your husband as anus harbors so many harmful bacteria. In your aspect recurrent anal sex can loose your external anal sphincter which may cause pain and discomfort during defecation, it can also cause anal fissure.
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6 half pregnant. Continuous pain and irritation and an itchingbfeel in left and right side while lying in bed. Why it is and what is that.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO
Obstetrician, Vadodara
6 half pregnant. Continuous pain and irritation and an itchingbfeel in left and right side while lying in bed. Why it...
Hello lybrate-user is there swelling in your feet. If not then it could be due to dry skin. Try to apply coconut oil see. Thanks.
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Hi Doctor my wife. She is 23 and a lactating mother. Can I give her protein powder in her daily diet. I ve just bought nutrilite protein.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hi Doctor my wife. She is 23 and a lactating mother. Can I give her protein powder in her daily diet. I ve just bough...
Hello yes you can give her protein powder in milk two times a day. Also give her healthy nutritious diet and lots of fluids in the form of milk, juices, soups etc. Breast feeding increases the demand of nutrition and so mother should be healthy.
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My wife had her monthly periods on 08.02. 2016 but she got periods once again on 22.02. 2016 & today 08.03. 2016. Kindly help us in identifying issue (problem) & rectification measure.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My wife had her monthly periods on 08.02. 2016 but she got periods once again on 22.02. 2016 & today 08.03. 2016. Kin...
She will need full gynec check up. The uterus, cervix (mouth) and birth passage will be examined to identify the source of bleeding. Ultrasound will help in the diagnosis. Only then will it be possible to give some treatment.
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I have used susten tablet from the day ovulation, as per doctor suggestion, after 24dpo, very light volume of dark brown discharging from morning, is this due susten tablets or is this period or implantation bleeding or I am pregnant or anything else.

MBBS, MD Obs & Gynae, FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I have used susten tablet from the day ovulation, as per doctor suggestion, after 24dpo, very light volume of dark br...
you need to check for pregnancy after missing period for a week. getting brownish discharge will not suggest anything sometimes the tab comes out and an altered colour is seen.
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We are newly married couple, I and My wife didn't have intercourse yet, but she missed the period this month, what is the possible cause?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
We are newly married couple, I and My wife didn't have intercourse yet, but she missed the period this month, what is...
Hello, in absence of intercourse the day in menses can be stress induced. If pregnancy test is negative then she can actually wait till 15 days post missed periods to allow menses to resume naturally.
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My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should I do?

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should ...
Take more protein food items during such mentrual days such as eggs, milk, chicken, meat, pulses, etc...and have little bit more of ghee too.
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We had a sex on 11th of November and had unwanted 72 on 12th. Her period date is on 28th of November. But this time she had before on 22nd. And its irregular flow and the blood color is blackish. She is having nausea too.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
We had a sex on 11th of November and had unwanted 72 on 12th. Her period date is on 28th of November. But this time s...
It is due to the effect of pills . Should settle down. Use condoms for the remaining cycle and avoid any further use of unwanted 72
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Hello respected doctor, me and my gf have had unprotected sex on 21 st of April that is exactly 2 months back. In a time span of 20 hours we consumed an ipill. On 27th she had her menstrual bleeding and it continued till 30th April. Now what made me tensed is that she already had her menstrual bleeding on 13th of same month that is 13th April. Then how come she had her bleeding twice in a month. After that bleeding that is on 27th April she did not had any menstrual bleeding till now that is 20 th June 2017. We even tried a Home pregnancy test after exactly 55 days of intercourse both of the test came out negative and test were conducted in Morning empty stomach. Why is she not getting her menstrual bleeding? Could she be pregnant?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello respected doctor, me and my gf have had unprotected sex on 21 st of April that is exactly 2 months back. In a t...
Hello- The menstrual bleeding happened after intake of I pill was induced bleeding and not a natural one. Bleeding twice that month has disturbed her menses pattern, and lead to unnecessary blood loss from the body. Due to this phenomenon, in order to make it even and to prevent further loss of blood she skipped her next menses as you have mentioned. Nothing to worry, she is not pregnant but the body will take some time to get normal.
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I am 23 female. Iam having hypothyroid. My tsh is 8.47 and i am taking 50mcg thyroxine during 1 month and iam also having irregular periods with sometimes normal sometimes abnormal within 20 days. During my irregular periods I experienced my vaginal area was burning. And i am also having light dizziness only while walking. Is this affect my pregnancy? Please help me. What should I do to avoid this?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
I am 23 female. Iam having hypothyroid. My tsh is 8.47 and i am taking 50mcg thyroxine during 1 month and iam also ha...
yes it affect your pregnancy. use vaginal gel...candid - v for it at night. syp. alkasol 15 ml tds with in 1 glass of fresh water. tab. ovral -L FOR 21 DAYS. IT REGULATE YOUR MENSES. AND TAB. THYROXINE 75 MCG...BBF
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My wife is pregnant of 9 month, Cani take her hospital on bikfor weekly check up.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife is pregnant of 9 month,
Cani take her hospital on bikfor weekly check up.
At 9 months pregnancy, bike is a little risky as usually they sit on one side of bike, where there is a risk of fall. She can sit with both legs on either side to avoid fall. As such bike ride is not harmful for a nine month pregnant. Majority of indian population travel on bike when pregnant.
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My she make physical relationship with her bf in 2013 but now she break there relation with his bf. Now she make another relation if she want physical relationship with his new bf. There she face anytype problem or not.

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
No she will not face any problem regarding physical relationship. Care to be taken not to become pregnant.
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General Physician (AM)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
Health Tip :

Dangers Of Teflon Cookware

Non-stick cookware has become enormously popular because of its convenience factor, and is now the most popular cookware. However, millions of people are unknowingly sacrificing their health to save a few minutes in the kitchen.

Sure it's easy to clean, affordable and incredibly popular, but this cookware is considered toxic by many experts, so this article is to help you help you pick the safest option for your family.

Teflon may be the most popular cookware sold, with some serious advantages when it comes to easy cleanup and also allowing cooks to use less oil and butter. However, it has come under fire in recent years over concerns about toxic chemical emissions, as dozens of reports and studies from both industry and outside sources. So I have talked to numerous experts and looked at the major studies conducted to find out what we should do about this issue.

A Little Background on Teflon

The chemical name for Teflon is polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and it contains an entire set of fluorine-containing compounds called Fluoropolymers, (which are generally toxic) and are the reason that foods don't stick. This combination has been used commercially since the 1940s.

Another potential problem with nonstick cookware comes from a chemical used in making Teflon called perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), as it has been linked to cancer in laboratory animals, and possible connections to elevated cholesterol, thyroid disease, and reduced fertility. PFOA has come under scrutiny by the EPA because the chemical has shown up in samples of people?s blood, which is concerning because PFOA lasts a long time in both people and the surrounding environment.

Depending on who you talk to, you may find that the majority of people in the know, feel that Teflon cookware is technically safe as long as it's not overheated, but when it is, the coating will begin to break down at a molecular level, that you can't see, allowing toxic & carcinogenic particles and gases to be released.

How HOT Is Too HOT?

It is said that Teflon pans start to overheat at temperatures at 500 degrees Fahrenheit and above, as smaller chemical fragments are then beginning to be released, and DuPont, inventor and manufacturer of Teflon, Kurunthachalam Kannan, Ph.D, agrees that 260�C is the recommended maximum temp for cooking with these items. However, other findings show that the coating begins to break down and release toxins into the air at only 230�C. The next question is how fast will a nonstick pan reach 230 - 260 �C? What was found is that it only takes 2-5 minutes to hit these temps, and for non-stick cookware to emit at least six toxic gases.

During some nonstick cookware lab tests, the results were surprising when showing how quickly some pans got too hot, and at very high temperatures. At 348.8�C and above, these pans can significantly decompose, emitting fumes strong enough to cause "polymer-fume fever, a temporary flu-like condition marked by chills, headache, and fever. These fumes won't kill you, but they can kill pet birds, whose respiratory systems are more fragile. After about three to five minutes of heating, when the pans reach 360�C, they release at least six toxic gasses, including:

Two carcinogens
Two global pollutants
MFA, a chemical deadly to humans at low doses

The manufacturer of the leading non-stick cookware brand, claims that the coating does not cause a problem under ?normal use.? with significant decomposition of the coating only occuring only when temperatures exceed 348.8�C, and say that these temperatures are well above the normal cooking range. However, results from a study conducted by a university food safety professor that found a generic non-stick frying pan reached 391.1�C in three minutes and 20 seconds when heated on a conventional, electric stovetop burner. And the temperatures continued to rise after the test was stopped. The leading non-stick cookware rose to 382�C in five minutes under the same conditions, and if you heat non-stick cookware to 537.7�C, the coatings will break down into a chemical warfare agent known as PFIB, that is a chemical analog of the WWII nerve gas phosgene. So your best friend in the kitchen may actually be your family's worst health enemy.




Dr.VARINDER SINGH CHANDHOK
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Endometriosis - 4 Reasons Behind it!

MRCOG, MD -gynaecology, obstretition, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Endometriosis - 4 Reasons Behind it!

The abnormal growth of the endometrium tissue outside the uterus is known as endometriosis. Ideally, the abnormal tissue is supposed to break down and exit the body. However, in this condition, the tissue is unable to pass out of the body. As a result, the surrounding tissue tends to get irritated and leads to the formation of scar tissues.

The various causes of endometriosis include:

  1. Immune system disorder: Complications in the immune system might render it incapable of destroying the endometrial tissue that grows outside the uterus.
  2. Surgical scar implantation: Certain surgeries such as a C-section may result in the attachment of endometrial cells to the incision area.
  3. Embryonic cell transport: These cells may be transported to other parts of the body by the blood vessels which may lead to endometriosis.
  4. Retrograde menstruation: Instead of passing out of the body, under this condition, the blood flows back into the pelvic region via the fallopian tubes. When these cells attach themselves to the pelvic cavity, it causes endometriosis.

Symptoms
1. Pain during sexual intercourse
2. Pain during periods including pelvic pain, especially during periods, lower back pain and abdominal pain.
3. Excessive bleeding during periods
4. Fatigue
5. Constipation
6. Bloating

The major complication that results is fertility problems. Endometriosis may prevent the combination of the egg and the sperm and thus, impairs your ability to conceive. It is recommended not to delay pregnancy if you have endometriosis. This disorder also tends to increase the risk of ovarian cancer in some women.

How can it be treated?

Endometriosis is usually done using surgery or medications. 

  1. Medication: It usually involves painkillers.
  2. Hormone therapy: Some of the hormonal therapies include:
    1. Hormonal contraceptives
    2. Progestin therapy
    3. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) agonists and antagonists
  3. Conservative surgery: If a patient wants to become pregnant, surgery is done as much as possible without harming the uterus and ovaries. Suggested procedures include laparoscopy and traditional abdominal surgery.
  4. Assisted reproductive technologies: An example of this form of treatment is In Vitro Fertilization.
  5. Hysterectomy: Under severe circumstances, total hysterectomy is conducted in order to facilitate the removal of cervix and uterus. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist and ask a free question.
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Dentist, Delhi
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