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Dr. Ami. J. Unarkar

D.N.B (Obst. & Gyn.), F.C.P.S., C.P.S

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

11 Years Experience
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Dr. Ami. J. Unarkar D.N.B (Obst. & Gyn.), F.C.P.S., C.P.S Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Ami. J. Unarkar is an experienced Gynaecologist in Tardeo, Mumbai. He has had many happy patients in his 11 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. He studied and completed D.N.B (Obst. & Gyn.), F.C.P.S., C.P.S . You can visit him at Dr. Ami at in Tardeo, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Ami. J. Unarkar on Lybrate.com.

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D.N.B (Obst. & Gyn.) - Sion Hospital,Mumbai - 2010
F.C.P.S. - Sion Hospital, Mumbai - 2009
C.P.S - Sion Hospital, Mumbai - 2008
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Choose Your Fitness Modality Wisely

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Choose Your Fitness Modality Wisely

It's very important to eat healthy. Whenever you eat anything, ask yourself, is it nutritional enough to provide nutrition to my body, any form of excersise, either yog, gym, aerobics etc can be adopted, depending upon the lifestyle, age, disease, etc. Stay healthy. Stay fit.

Mam can pregnancy happen after 4 days of period end. I mean 8th day of her cycle. She has 30 days cycle. I was wearing a condom she was giving me. hand job.And and my sperm came. I was still wearing condom. But I has doubt. There was some kind of liquid at the end bottom of the condom. I have a doubt that the. This fluid. Went into her vaginal part through my hands? Is pregnancy can be happen.

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Mam can pregnancy happen after 4 days of period end. I mean 8th day of her cycle. She has 30 days cycle. I was wearin...
Yes, there is a chance of pregnancy. If you get periods earlier then expected date or on date, you can be assured that pregnancy has not taken place, but in case of delay in periods, it is best to take a pregnancy test one week over the expected date.

There is a gradual increase in the vaginal discharge these days why is it increasing am unable to understand what could be the reason.

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White discharge called lucorrhoea is common and normal if not associated with other complaints. For this nothing to be done . If associated with other complaints, then needs examination by Gynecologist.

I am a 25 year old married women. I want to just know that mere periods 10 days late hai. Bt mujhe before periods jese same stomach bloating ho rahi hai. Esa kyu? Should I do pregnancy test?

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I am a 25 year old married women. I want to just know that mere periods 10 days late hai. Bt mujhe before periods jes...
Bloating stomach may be due to delay menses check your menstrual cycle periods 10 days early or delay is normal.

My wife is pregnant,baby conceived in jan 2016. She's having pain in her breast what should we do.

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My wife is pregnant,baby conceived in jan 2016. She's having pain in her breast what should we do.
Breast pain after delivery can be due to many possibilities like 1. The letdown reflex the letdown reflex, also called the milk ejection reflex, is set off by the hormone oxytocin. It stimulates the muscle cells in your breasts to squeeze out milk. Oxytocin is released whenever your baby feeds in the first few days after she's born. Later on, just thinking about feeding your baby can trigger this hormone release. You may even find that your breasts leak when this happens. Different women feel the letdown reflex in different ways. You may feel: (a) slight tingling, or pins and needles (b) immense pressure and slight pain, ache or discomfort (c) nothing at al as time goes by, and as you get used to breastfeeding, you'll probably become less and less aware of this. 2. Producing too much milksome mums who produce lots of milk have painful twinges deep in their breasts during feeds. This painful letdown reflex usually fades in the first three months of breastfeeding. If your baby latches on well each time she feeds, your milk supply should quickly settle down to match her needs. 3. Engorgement in the first few days after your baby is born, your breasts flood with milk, and more blood flows to your breasts, making the tissues swell. This may lead to your breasts becoming engorged and feeling hot and painful. The milk-producing cells in your breasts become swollen, making letdown difficult. Your breasts may also look red and shiny. This is perfectly normal. It's your body's way of making sure your new baby has plenty of milk. Once your baby starts feeding regularly, and latching on well, your breasts will regulate the amount of milk that's produced, and the discomfort should pass. If it doesn't, see your midwife, health visitor, or a breastfeeding specialist as soon as possible. 4. Mastitis if an area of your breast becomes inflamed, this can mean you have a painful condition called mastitis. It happens when excess milk is forced out of a duct and into your breast tissue. Your breast will be red and tender, and you will feel feverish. You can keep breastfeeding your baby, but see your doctor straight away for treatment. What to do 1. If your breasts are engorged, your baby may not be able to suckle fully. You may need to start with gentle hand expressing or a breast pump until your baby is able to draw your breast comfortably into her mouth. Try using warm, damp flannels on your breasts before a feed to help the milk to flow. After feeding or expressing you could use cold damp flannels, cold gel packs or cold, green or white cabbage leaves on your breasts. Cabbage leaves may reduce the swelling, though there isn't much firm evidence for this. A strong letdown from over-full breasts can also make feeding difficult. If your baby comes off your breast spluttering from too much milk, try this technique: 2. Put your baby to your breast, as usual. 3. When you feel your milk let down, gently break the suction and catch the initial spurt in a towel. 4. Let your baby latch on again when the flow slows down a bit. The more often your baby latches on well, the more quickly your supply will settle down and you will become more comfortable. If your breast pain does not go away within a few days, then meet your gynecologist to find for other causes like mastitis.

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Vulvovaginal candidiasis refers to the infection of the vagina, accompanied by itching in the vulva. It is caused by a particular strand of yeast known as candida albicans.
There are several reasons which contribute to the onset of vulvovaginal candidiasis, some of them are:

1. Pregnancy
Pregnancy is a time when the body of a woman undergoes a plethora of changes. With the upsurge of certain hormones, this is also the most potent time when they tend to suffer from vulvovaginal candidiasis.

2. Higher dose of estrogen
Estrogen is responsible for maturing the vagina as well as provides glycogen which facilitates the growth of candida albicans. Subsequently, older and younger women, who are less prone to estrogen disorder, suffer the least from vulvovaginal candidiasis.

3. Uncontrolled diabetes
Those women who suffer from uncontrolled diabetes for a long period of time are more susceptible to vulvovaginal candidiasis. Although the accurate reason is yet to be known, according to research, the presence of excessive glucose in the blood triggers the production of yeast in the vulva and the vagina.

4. Weak immune system
A strong immune system is a boon which only few people enjoy. Consequently, the very reverse, a weak immune system is extremely fatal, one that invites several complications; vulvovaginal candidiasis being one of them.

5. Stress
Excessive stress and exhaustion may also be considered as a probable reason that causes imbalance in your system.

6. Hormone replacement therapy
Estrogen is commonly held as a possible culprit that causes vulvovaginal candidiasis. Therefore in those hormonal replacement therapies, where estrogen is artificially administered into the body significantly increases the risk of an impending vulvovaginal candidiasis.

In spite of its frequent occurrences, it is possible to treat this infection. Some of the ways by which it can be done are-

1. Anti-fungal cream
Those creams which negate the growth of fungus are, for obvious reasons considered as the most preferred choice to combat vulvovaginal candidiasis. There are plenty of anti-fungal creams available in the market, which can be misleading, therefore you must choose wisely.

2. Diflucan
This medication works wonders in treating vulvovaginal candidiasis. This must be orally administered under the doctor's supervision to enjoy the results.

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I missed my periods for 3 consecutive months. New to city do not know what to do.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD-Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Delhi
I missed my periods for 3 consecutive months. New to city do not know what to do.
There are different reasons for periods like pcod, hormonal imbalance which are other den sexually active or pregnancy. So better to find out I need complete history. You can contact me on private chat.
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I have an unprotected sex with my husband on 17 th march .n I have conceived but actually I face side effects from allopathic medicines. Is there any better option to terminate pregnancy. By some natural method. Dis is our 1st child but we don't want it ryt now. Kindly help me.

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There is what is called a morning after pill which you should have taken on 18 march. Remember this in future What you can do now is to do a pregnancy test with your urine and if positive go to a gynaecologist but it is too early to come positive The best advice I can give is to have D and C done Tell the gynaecologist that you do not want the baby anyway.
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