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Dr. Rohita Agrawal

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MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric)

Gynaecologist, Indore

14 Years Experience  ·  150 at clinic
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Dr. Rohita Agrawal 85% (11 ratings) MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric) Gynaecologist, Indore
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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
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Dr. Rohita Agrawal is a trusted Gynaecologist in Goyal Nagar, Indore. She has been a successful Gynaecologist for the last 14 years. She is a MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric) . You can visit her at angel in Goyal Nagar, Indore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rohita Agrawal on Lybrate.com.

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MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric) - Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, Indore - 2004
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Hi, My wife age is 28 and she is pregnant with 2 months I consult a doctor she is prescribed a tablet with the name of Optogest 300 sr. I want to know that this prescribed tablet is safe for pregnancy or not.

MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric)
Gynaecologist, Indore
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My wife age is 28 and she is pregnant with 2 months I consult a doctor she is prescribed a tablet with the name o...
Optogest 300 SR is sustained released micronized progesterone, recommendedt to be given for maintaining pregnancy in first trimester in cases with LPD. When a medicine is recommended in first trimester of pregnancy obviously it is safe.
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I am 6 week pregnant, I have been suffering from toothache since last 2 days. And I am also facing problem of hair fall, is it normal?

MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric)
Gynaecologist, Indore
I am 6 week pregnant, I have been suffering from toothache since last 2 days. And I am also facing problem of hair fa...
Toothache has nothing to do with pregnancy but at 6 weeks of pregnancy you should take any medicine with your obstetrician consultation. It is stage of pregnancy when organogenesis is taking place and one should exercise caution before consuming any drug.
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I had a normal delivery and my girl baby is now 3 months old. I'm breastfeeding her and advised to do for a year at least. Now my husband wants to have intercourse with me. He has the habit of squeezing and sucking my breasts and nipples during sex. As i'm nursing my child, will the sex with my husband affects my breastfeeding? As he insists, shall I breastfeed him? Will the milk be sufficient for both the child and husband? Does having full intercourse with my husband wearing a condom is a safe contraceptive method? Or should I have Copper -T inserted for better safety.

MS (Gynecologic and Obstetric)
Gynaecologist, Indore
I had a normal delivery and my girl baby is now 3 months old. I'm breastfeeding her and advised to do for a year at l...
You have copper T in place so need not to worry about pregnancy, failure of copper T is well much below 1%, Intercourse doesnot affect milk output, Once copper T in place wearing condom is you couple's choice. Milk will not be sufficient for your husband, because if your husband wants to live on milk he will require about 5 ltr milk per day, while you total output if counted for 24 hours at 3 months post conceptional is most likely 1200 ml.(Avg given Normal range is wide). So one of them will need top milk. I request you to kindly continue breast feeding to child. And convince your husband to relish cow, buffalow, goat, sheep, camel or any other mammmal's milk. He may select species of mammals he like most. Sorry I misread your question, you can go for copper T or Depot medroxy progesteron inj after consulting our obstetrician. Wearing condom provide only 80% safety.
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My friend had unprotected sex and took ipill within 5 hours. Now after shes bleeding after 8 days. Does that mean pregnancy or it rules out pregnancy? Shes really worried as shes not ready for pregnancy.

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My friend had unprotected sex and took ipill within 5 hours. Now after shes bleeding after 8 days. Does that mean pre...
Normally it is ruling out pregnancy, but its better to recheck with pregnancy card test about 4 weeks of your sex. Ipills are emergency pills not routine. Means it is not safe to have sex and then have I pills after each session. They are hormonal pills with higher contents of hormones than normal contraceptive pills, if you want to continue regular sex consult Obstetrician (Doctors with degree often written as Ms. (O & G), or MD (O & G, or DGO or DNB (O &G). Find right doctor. There are enough doctors in India with these particular degrees. Normally for younger people Oral Contraceptive pills are best options to avoid pregnancy, but you can discuss other options with your obstetrician. Don't rely on condoms they have higher failure rates as per pregnancy is concerned. But it is still better to have condoms along with definitive method, because they save you from unwanted pregnancy as well as from sexually transmitted diseases. I'll highly recommend you HPV vaccine. You should see an Obstetrician and should tell her to immunize you for HPV (Human Papilloma Virus).
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