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Dr Fehmida Nursing Home

Gynaecologist Clinic

1st Flr,Swastik Chamber, Kurla Pipe Road, Kurla West. Landmark:-Rasiwala Compound, Mumbai Mumbai
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr Fehmida Nursing Home is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. Samita Sikh, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 67 patients.

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1st Flr,Swastik Chamber, Kurla Pipe Road, Kurla West. Landmark:-Rasiwala Compound, Mumbai
Kurla West Mumbai, Maharashtra
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I'm 20 and I had unprotected sex on my last day of period i.e 4th day and then I took ipill after 2 days. But now I got periods again exact after 10 days of consuming ipill. Also I put on 3-4 kg weight (don't know when) What does it mean? Am I pregnant?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I'm 20 and I had unprotected sex on my last day of period i.e 4th day and then I took ipill after 2 days. But now I g...
No, it’s only side effects of ipill. There is no fixed time in which one bleeds after taking ipill. Sometimes unexpected bleeding occurs more over it is not necessary. Next menstrual cycle can be early or delayed as side effects of the pill.
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I had my last period on 16 nov. Had sex on 26 nov (used on condom). Spotting appeared on 30 nov. I'm 2 days late for my period this month. Can I be pregnant?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I had my last period on 16 nov. Had sex on 26 nov (used on condom). Spotting appeared on 30 nov. I'm 2 days late for ...
Yes! Having unprotected sex at any time is risky and can result in pregnancy. Sometimes ovulation — the time when a girl is most likely to become pregnant — can happen within a few days of when your period ends. Also, sperm can fertilize an egg for 5 days after ejaculation.
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24 day after period is safe for unprotected sex to avoid pregnancy. Period last in 3 days 30 day cycle.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), T.T.C.M Yoga
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
24 day after period is safe for unprotected sex to avoid pregnancy. Period last in 3 days 30 day cycle.
Dear Lybrate User, 3 day's period of 30 days cycle, safe period for unprotected sex is after 19th day to till period. Pregnancy is possible during ovulation is occur. Normally women Ovulate may between 8th day from last period (count it from 1st day of period) to 16-17th day of period. It can be identified at home by using a ovulation kit. So don't do unprotected sex between these days. To avoid a pregnancy. For any further information kindly revert back to me on my online page. Thank You.
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I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and the first time he came out completely dry no precum anything but the second time while we were having he asked me to go down and he precummed not cum it was his pre cum and provided my periods ended 2 days before So is there any chance of me getting pregnant?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and the first time he came out completely dry no precum anything but the seco...
Yes, there is chance of getting pregnant. Having unprotected sex at any time is very risky — a girl can even get pregnant if she has sex during her period. Along with the chance of becoming pregnant, there is also the risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease (STD), such as chlamydia, genital warts, or HIV.
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I'm 30, my periods were regular but bleeding is less lasts within 2 days. What is the reason dr? Is there any problem?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I'm 30, my periods were regular but bleeding is less lasts within 2 days. What is the reason dr? Is there any problem?
Is there any chance of pregnancy. If so then do UPT. IF NO THEN U need to do TSH, CBC n blood sugar random at some lab. If it’s normal then go for ultrasound of abdomen Consult online with details.
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My wife has delivered a baby 30 days back. How much time, I should avoid sexual life. How many days gap should be given to start a physical relationship.

MD, BHMS
Sexologist, Mumbai
If its cesarean section delivery, you can have sex now onwards but it was a normal delivery with stitches, then wait for 6 weeks. In any case use proper precaution to avoid secong pregnancy immediately.
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Know The Benefits And Procedure Of Hymenoplasty!

MBBS, M.S - General Surgery, MCh - Plastic Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Jaipur
Know The Benefits And Procedure Of Hymenoplasty!

These days everything is available, including a new body. You can get a new nose, jaw, perky breasts and yes, a brand new hymen as well, all through plastic surgery. The procedure of hymen restoration or reconstruction is called hymenoplasty, hymenorrhaphy, virginity surgery or just hymen reconstruction surgery. The hymen, as you know is a ring-like membrane in a woman’s vagina. It usually ruptures due to vigorous exercise or sexual penetration. This is also usually the reason many women, egged on by families, decide to go for the reconstruction of their hymen because certain cultures value female virginity and losing one’s virginity before marriage is a taboo.

Benefits: The benefits of hymenoplasty , if any, are that it allows women to take control of their futures in conservative societies. If she has been sexually active pre-marriage, she can still decide to go for a traditional marriage without the fear of ostracization. Hymenoplasty surgery restores the ability of the hymen to bleed at intercourse on the wedding night. Victims of sexual assault can also use the procedure to get over the traumatic event and its memories. Some women like to get a hymen rejuvenation to feel young again.

Procedure: Hymenorrhaphy can be done months or years after a woman loses her virginity. It must be performed only by a plastic surgeon. In this procedure, the torn edges of the hymen are sutured back together. If done correctly, the touched-up hymen appears as good as new and bleeds on sexual penetration. Sutures dissolve by themselves after a few days. Hospital stay is only 5-6 hours post hymenorrhaphy. The procedure is done under anesthesia and it usually takes less than an hour to finish. Patients are discharged from hospital the same day and are advised not to do any vigorous activity like playing games, climbing stairs, and of course sex.

Risk involved: There are no documented risks of hymenoplasty and there are no complications either, if the surgeon is good. If an adverse reaction occurs, it’s temporary. Usually any discomfort in the private parts and swelling in the outer parts of the vagina usually subsides within days.

Recovery: The recovery time is minimal and the patient can return to work next day, if she wants. Complete healing, though, takes approximately 4 weeks. Good hygiene is important to avoid infection. Patients are advised to contact their doctor immediately after a hymenorrhaphy if there is fever, abdominal pain, bleeding from vagina or the reconstructed hymen.

Hormonal Imbalance And Menstrual Cycle: What You Need To Know?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Jaipur
Hormonal Imbalance And Menstrual Cycle: What You Need To Know?

The cyclical change in the uterus and ovaries of the female reproductive system is called the menstrual cycle. It includes changes in the physiology of the uterus along with the change in hormones as well. This cyclical change is what allows a woman to get pregnant. This cycle allows the formation of ovocytes and helps to prepare the uterus for implantation.

The commencement of period is called the menarche. It normally starts from the age of twelve to fifteen years. The time between the first day of the period and the first day of the next one is usually twenty one to forty five days in young adults and twenty one to thirty five in older women. The entire cycle is mainly governed by hormones like oestrogen, progesterone, Luteinizing Hormone etc.

Hormonal changes play a big role in the menstrual cycle. It consists of three phases

  • Menstrual stage (1-7 days)
  • Proliferative stage
  • Secretory stage

In the menstrual stage, the thick endometrial lining of the uterus will start to shed and will come out of the vagina in the form of blood and mucous. This may last from four to seven days. The levels of both progesterone and estrogen remain low in this phase.

In the second stage, i.e, the proliferative stage, the amount of oestrogen gradually rises and the menstrual flow reduces and eventually stops. The Follicle stimulating Hormone (FSH) is produced in the brain that stimulates your ovaries to produce mature eggs. The eggs are present in a follicular bag, which allows the secretion of oestrogen. Hence the amount of oestrogen is the least on the first day and increases gradually. At the same time, the uterine lining starts to thicken. This is the phase in which the egg is produced and in the presence of sperm, gets fertilised.

You may notice a thin slippery discharge around these days that makes it easier for the sperm to travel and survive in the uterus. You are most fertile in this stage, around on the 14th day of the cycle when ovulation occurs. The egg survives for around 24 hrs, whereas sperm can survive for about 2-3 days.

In the secretory phase, if the egg is not fertilised, the levels of oestrogen and progesterone fall. The thick lining that has been produced starts to shed and that commences the menstruation. If the egg is fertilised, then it may implant itself to the uterine wall and produce the pregnancy hormone called human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG).

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Guided Growth: Orthopaedic Correction Of Deformity

CCST(Internal Medicine), FRCS (Orth Surg), FRCS, MS - Orthopaedics, DNB Orthopedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Guided Growth: Orthopaedic Correction Of Deformity

Physical deformities that occur due to birth defects can affect one both physically and psychologically, and thus giving them the right treatment is important. Typically, a physical deformity usually refers to musculoskeletal deformities and these can be treated using deformity correction.

Deformity correction refers to the process of adjusting or modifying such bone deformities. Although the process can be used for almost any part of the skeletal structure, it is usually implemented on the limbs at knee joints through surgery or orthotic devices.

Guided Growth For Deformity Correction
The deformities that can be corrected are stem from congenital or developmental deformities which occur at childbirth. Such deformities get worse with age, if not treated early before the age of four. One of the most effective procedures for correction of deformities is guided growth.

Hemi-epiphysiodesis for deformity correction has been performed for many years using staples. This procedure offered very little flexibility and caused several problems such as mal-placement, bending and breakage. As a result of this procedure drawback, the new eight-Plate technique had to be adopted .

The eight-Plate technique is a form of guided growth, which overcomes the obstacles faced by hemi-epiphyseal stapling. The eight-Plate gets its name from its figure eight shape, and it is a device that’s the size of a paper clip. It has two holes for screws, and one side of it is meant for holding the growth plate. The two screws diverge within the plate, as the opposite side of the physis gradually expands and grows. The hinge action prevents the growth plate from being compressed, thus allowing proper growth to take place when the plate is removed without causing any damage. Since the plate is manufactured with titanium, it ensures flexibility and the least chances of breakage.


How is the eight-Plate fitted?
The fitting of the plates involves a surgical procedure under general anesthesia, and the patient can be treated on a day case basis. During the surgical procedure, a 2-3 cm incision is made at the level of physis of the bone that needs correction. The plate is then inserted with the help of x-ray control for optimum placement. The procedure is not restricted to only one deformity, since multiple deformities can be surgically operated within the same procedure inserting a single eight-Plate per physis.

Recovery time
Although, the patient may initially need the support of crutches, the post-operative recovery is rapid. Normal physical activities can be resumed after 3 weeks. As for the correction time, the implant prevents growth on one side of the plate, while allowing normal growth to take place on the other side.

Since growth occurs gradually, the correction can take place over a span of several months up to 2 years. During the recovery period, regular follow-ups with full-length x-rays of both legs shall be required to track every step of the recovery process by your surgeon. After the deformity has been corrected, the eight-Plate is surgically removed under general anesthesia.

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