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Dr. Madhavi Mannam

MBBS, MRCOG

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

31 Years Experience  ·  450 at clinic
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Dr. Madhavi Mannam is one of the best Gynaecologists in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. She has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 31 years. She has done MBBS, MRCOG . You can visit her at Star Hospital in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Madhavi Mannam on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Jawaharlal Institute of Post-Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) - 1987
MRCOG - UK - 1998

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8-2-120/120/1/70, Road Number 10, Nandi Nagar, Banjara Hills, Landmark: Opp Karvy Centre, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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Hello doctor. My last period date was 5th of Feb, i have 28 days cycle.I had unprotected sex on 2nd march. My periods were suppose to come on around 7th to 8th march but its delayed . I tuk d test but it came negative. Was it too early to take d test? please help as v r not planning baby as of now. And if m not pregnant what could be d reason of delayed periods.

MBBS, MD
Gynaecologist,
Hello, you may repeat the urine test for pregnancy. And an USG may be necessary. Once pregnancy of any nature is conclusively excluded, further tests may be considered to exclude hormonal cause, etc. Medicines also may be prescribed by your doctor to cause withdrawal bleeding once pregnancy is not the cause. Since you are taking u-gynaetone probably for PCOS, this condition itself may be cause of your delay in periods.
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Diet Tips for Pregnant Women

MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Diet Tips for Pregnant Women

Before I start bombarding you with advice, please accept my heartiest congratulations on being pregnant. This is a unique lifetime situation for you, so enjoy and have the fondest memories ever.

Despite having the responsibility to take care of the nutritional needs for your growing fetus, you do not have to eat for two people. All you need is 300 more calories in the second half of pregnancy and 500 more calories when you are breastfeeding.

Try and have 3 main meals and three snacks in a day to give you constant supply of energy. Cornflakes, fruits, Chilla, poha, sprouts and eggs make good snacks and have high nutrient value. Avoid overindulging in cereals like wheat and rice as these result in a high sugar surge followed by a sudden drop, making you lethargic and low in energy.

Include as many colors in your diet as possible; as veggies or fruits and you would not go deficient in any nutrient. For example- yellow color as in mango, ripe banana, pumpkin etc, red color as in tomatoes, water melon, pomegranate etc..

Avoid eating raw salads(unless at home where you are sure that the veggies have been washed nicely), uncooked meat like grilled stuff from outside, which could have remained partially cooked at the core and may cause infection. In parties, it is better to consume the fried stuff instead which ensures that all the germs have been killed.

Certain foods like unripe pineapple, raw papaya, and pineapple should not be consumed in large quantities in the first three months. Avoid belue cheese, sea water fish ( if not cooked properly) and canned food containing monosodium glutamate.

Pregnancy slows down the digestion, so eat your dinner early. Have 2-3 hours gap before dinner and sleep. If you feel hungry at bedtime, you can take a glass of milk or a small snack.

Stay physically active and do not overstuff yourself. A normal healthy person does not require any commercially available protein supplement powders, but if you feel your diet may be deficient or you do not have time to prepare healthy snacks, it is OK to include some supplements in your diet but guard against too much weight gain as these powders are usually high in calories and fat content.

It is OK to have all the stuff your mom lovingly prepares for you, but mind the portion size. After all, you are going to be pregnant only once or twice in your life.

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Hi am 35th weeks pregnant now. I went check up after 13 days. But my weight didn't increase it show same weight. I worried that my baby weight didn't increase properly. I wanna to know weather my baby weight increased or not?

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi am 35th weeks pregnant now. I went check up after 13 days. But my weight didn't increase it show same weight. I wo...
Hello, How much weight have you gained with the onset of your pregnancy? Take nourished diet rich in proteins and other essential nutrients.
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Hi I had unprotected intercourse last month and I had ipill within an hour and I got period after two days of taking ipill, but the problem is I didn't get this month period and I am worried, please advice.

MBBS .DGO.DA.(Trained In Andrology)
Sexologist, Ernakulam
Hi I had unprotected intercourse last month and I had ipill within an hour and I got period after two days of taking ...
Hi greeting was you bleeding after 3days, expected menses. If so then not to worry. I pill can alter menses. Wait for a week and repeat test. Regards.
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At what age menopause occurs in women. Because I think age nearer to menopause may leads to lose of interest in sexual intercourse.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
At what age menopause occurs in women. Because I think age nearer to menopause may leads to lose of interest in sexua...
Menopause usually occurs between 47-55 years in Indian women. However with the use of lubricants and some hormone medicines the sexual drive can still be maintained after menopause.
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Im 21 years old. Took mefiprestol for abortion on 4. Of nov. Im still bleeding g.ultra scanning showed no any retained products of conception. Im still bleeding. Do I need abortion.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Some amount of bleeding is natural for about a week after taking abortion pills. If the scan shows no retained products, then not to worry. In another 5 days your bleeding will stop.
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Penis Health Primer: Signs Of A Latex Allergy

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Health Primer: Signs Of A Latex Allergy

Penis Health Primer: Signs of a Latex Allergy

When the savvy guy engages in any penetrative sexual activity, he does it the right way - by wearing a condom. Taking care to avoid sexually transmitted infections is a key component of excellent penis care, and most men are very astute in this regard. However, there are some cases where a man does the responsible thing, slips on a condom, and then pays a strange price later - the itching, burning, swelling, rashing and other symptoms that indicate a latex allergy. How can a man be expected to maintain a healthy penis if he can't use the protection necessary to ensure that good health? Here's what he needs to know.

What's a latex allergy?

Latex is a natural substance derived from the rubber tree. It is used in a huge variety of products, but some of the most well-known are medical gloves (used in all medical settings) as well as condoms. Because latex can be stretched incredibly thin but still retain the ability to stop even the smallest of germs from passing through, it makes sense that it's a perfect product to use for making barrier protections.

A latex allergy is just that - it's an allergy to latex. For some, this allergy is extremely severe and shows up the moment they allow latex to touch their skin. For others, it takes time and repeated exposure to develop an allergy. That's why some men can use latex condoms without problem for months or years, but then they suddenly develop the symptoms of a latex allergy. For some, the initial reaction to latex might not appear for 48 to 96 hours after exposure, so it makes sense that it might be tough to narrow it down to latex.

Symptoms:

A latex allergy usually shows up with the same type of symptoms. These include a ring of rash near the base of the penis, where the condom was sealed tightly; a swollen and red penis tip, where the condom pressed during activity; raised blisters on the penis that might be itchy; swollen skin anywhere the condom touched, including fingers, hands and perhaps even thighs or the lips (if the condom came into contact with the mouth).

Those who suffer a severe reaction to latex might immediately have a runny nose and stinging eyes, as well as sneezing and other upper respiratory problems. They might suddenly find it tough to breathe or feel as though their chest is tight. Those who suffer a reaction like this should get to the hospital immediately, as these are the first signs of anaphylactic shock.

Treatment and prevention:

When a man has a confirmed latex allergy, he will be treated just as if the allergy is to anything else. This might include a course of steroid therapy. A doctor will run tests to make sure the latex allergy is the culprit, and will then counsel the patient on what he needs to do to avoid the problem in the future.

Of course, avoidance is often the best option for those with an allergy like this. That means a man will need to look for condoms that do not contain latex. Often known as "natural" condoms, there are some on the market that claim to be hypoallergenic. Other types of plastic protections, such as those made of polyurethane, often provide adequate protection without the worries that come along with the use of latex.

No matter a man's choice in condoms, he's doing the right thing by using them each time he has sex. He's also doing the right thing by reaching for a powerful penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). When used daily, a crème that contains vitamins C, D and B5, as well as vitamin A for odor control, can help keep his equipment healthy. Shea butter and vitamin E serve as a bonus of hydration that ensures healthy penis skin, no matter the type of condom a man chooses to use.

Advice for Patients on the Use of Herbal Products

BHMS, IPMS, Mumbai
Homeopath, Mumbai
Advice for Patients on the Use of Herbal Products

1. If you are going to take herbs, see a practitioner formally trained in botanical medicine.
2. Buy herbal remedies from trusted and reliable sources.
3. Avoid herbs in which the purity and quality are suspicious,especially imported herbs.
4. Most herbs, like drugs, should be avoided during pregnancy and lactation and should not be given to small children.
5. Consider drug/herb interactions.
6. Start with low dosages and beware of the dosages: two pills from the same bottle may have completely different strengths.
7. To avoid possible chronic effects, do not use herbal remedies for long periods.
8. If you are unwell, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice.

Hi, My wife is 9th month pregnant. Last week we consulted gynecologist for regular check-up and doctor prescribed scan n observed that the baby is breach. At this point of time what are precautions to be taken. Please give your valuable suggestions. Thanks in advance.

MBBS, Diploma In Ultrasound, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Bangalore
Hi, My wife is 9th month pregnant. Last week we consulted gynecologist for regular check-up and doctor prescribed sca...
If the watery leaking is then immediately see the gynaecologist. Don't wait for pain. Also keep checking fpr foetal kick count.
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What is mirena? is it safe for women? what are the disadvantage of use this mirena? If I have no periods after putting this mirena, is it safe for my health? Please give your suggestion? I have so much of confusion about this product. Shall I use this or not?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Mirena is intrauterine device releasing hormones. It is very safe. It can cause occasional spotting, otherwise no side effects.
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