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Dr. Bipin M.Pandit


Gynaecologist, Mumbai

38 Years Experience
Dr. Bipin M.Pandit M.D, DGO, DFP Gynaecologist, Mumbai
38 Years Experience
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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Bipin M.Pandit is a renowned Gynaecologist in Pipe Line, Mumbai. He has helped numerous patients in his 38 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. He studied and completed M.D, DGO, DFP . You can meet Dr. Bipin M.Pandit personally at Mukund Hospital in Pipe Line, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Bipin M.Pandit on has a nexus of the most experienced Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 40 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Mumbai and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


M.D - mumbai university - 1980
DGO - mumbai university - 1979
DFP - mumbai university - 1980
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I didn't get period from last two months all my reports are normal blood sugar, thyroid, and prolactin is little less than normal. I took 10 tabs of meprate left since last 5 days. Two days before I saw some stains but there is no proper bleeding.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Jammu
Hello Bandita plz tell it has happened earlier also or r you takingany othermedicine .plz send me details so that i can help you with best ayurvedic treatment plan
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Me and my gf got sex and aftr 2 days I give her ipill and then after 10 days she got her periods is there any chance of pregnancy.Please help sir.

Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello, although there are no chances of pregnancy after the appearance of periods but if you are doubtful then check it with pregnancy kit at home.
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Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT), Bachelor of Physical Therapy
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
Health Tip

Aides such as canes or walkers for walking and balancing can be used to prevent yourself from falling.

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Mam! My date was 28th March before 2 days. Now can you tell me which days would be the best for us to plan for our baby? And what other tips can you suggest me for the Best results.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
See if you have regular cycles, you can have sexual contact from the 10th to 20 the day, and see for the results, apart from that start taking folic acid daily ,and good healthy diet rich in green vegetables and fruits, get back to us if you have any further questions or need any advice.
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I took ipill twice last month within a gap of 40 days. Yesterday I saw brown color scars on my neck. It wasn't itching. Could it be a side effect of ipill or something else? How it could be cured?

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi lybrate-user! Brown scars on the neck are unrelated to ipill. Consult a dermatologist for the same. Also avoid taking ipills as these may cause irregular bleeding. Please use some other reliable method if protection.
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There my gf have some stone like structure in the breast and its so painful we consult with the Dr. But they can't b treat with in a month.Now what should I do?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I need to know what the diagnosis is to be able to helpyou will need a bilateral breast usg if not already done.
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She feel pain and burn inside her vagina in between intercourses from a couple of days is it OK or any problem in it Thank you.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hello, it is normal if happens once in a while. Otherwise it should be checked to rule out any infection or allergies.
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I am 26 years old m having chest pain, back pain, vagina pain itching on vaginal area and on back. What should i do?

Homeopath, Raebareli
Please take Bryonia 200 - once daily for body-ain for next 3-4 days. For vaginal problem - take Arsenic alba 30 - thrice daily for next 4-5 days. Maintain hygiene Soak your undergarments in dettol water before drying up Use coconut oil/olive oil on the affected area Do not wear tight fittings.
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It has been two months, I didn't get my period, and I am having pain in my back, what's the problem.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Delaying period is common, as it can happen with stress or hormonal changes in the body. But it is self correctiong. U can weight for anothe 15 days before u can seek medical help to get the menses. As u said u have back pain, it could be the sign of menses. Just hold on for some more days, it will come.
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6 Pregnancy Complications To Watch Out For!

Gynaecologist, Delhi
6 Pregnancy Complications To Watch Out For!

Pregnancy is considered to be one of the most challenging and important phases in the life of a woman.

Pregnancy Complications are health problems that occur during pregnancy. They can involve the mother’s health, the baby’s health, or both. Some women have health problems before they become pregnant that could lead to complications. Other problems arise during the pregnancy. Keep in mind that whether a complication is common or rare, there are ways to manage problems that come up during pregnancy.

Some complications that might occur during pregnancy are discussed below:

  1. Severe Nausea and Vomiting: It is common for nausea and vomiting to occur during a pregnancy. In order to avoid this condition, one should consume several small meals throughout the day and completely avoid spicy and fatty foods.
  2. A persistent abdominal pain, severe headache, swelling and visual disturbances during the third trimester: This can be a fatal condition and often is a sign of high blood preeclampsia (pregnancy complication involving high blood pressure as well as damage to another organ system). It can be diagnosed early using good prenatal care which essentially comprises of frequent check-ups with the doctor and all the necessary treatment during pregnancy.
  3. Flu Symptoms: It is recommended that flu vaccine should be administered to pregnant women as they usually tend to develop the disease during their pregnancy.
  4. Gestational Diabetes: Gestational diabetes can increase the chance of a larger baby at birth and create delivery complications, increase your risk for high blood pressure and cause the baby to have blood sugar problems after birth. If you are diagnosed, it’s important to consult your gynecologist to control your blood sugar level, which can often be done through diet and exercise.
  5. Baby’s activity level significantly declines: Sometimes, the activity of a previously active baby might decline. This can be felt by reducing the number of the kicks by the baby. The doctor has specific equipment that aids in identifying and resolving the problem.
  6. Bleeding: Heavy bleeding accompanied by abdominal pain and menstrual-type cramps during the first trimester might indicate an ectopic pregnancy (embryo is implanted outside one’s uterus) or a miscarriage while occurrence in the third semester indicates placental abruption (characterized by the placenta separating from the womb’s walls). Any form of bleeding warrants the immediate attention of the doctor. Steps to avoid bleeding include bed rest, avoiding heavy work, and keeping yourself hydrated.

A Healthy Pregnancy-

The best way to ensure a healthy pregnancy is to focus on the things you can control and don’t obsess about what could happen. Take good care of yourself and your developing baby and talk with a healthcare provider when you have concerns.

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Diet For Gout Patient!

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Diet For Gout Patient!

Gout is a type of arthritis caused by too much uric acid in the blood. Excess uric acid can lead to a buildup of fluid surrounding the joints, which can result in uric acid crystals. The formation of these crystals causes the joints to swell, become inflamed, and cause intense pain. The good news is that you can control gout. In addition to taking medications, dietary and lifestyle changes can help prevent painful attacks. A gout-friendly diet involves a specific plan, which is designed to avoid painful gout attacks. 

Causes of gout:
Gout develops when there is too much uric acid in the blood. This over-abundance of uric acid may be the result a diet high in purines. Or, your body may produce too much uric acid. In some cases, blood uric acid levels may remain normal, yet gout is still the correct diagnosis. This is due to the body excreting excess uric acid in the urine and inflammatory factors.

What are purines:

Purines are chemical compounds that, when metabolized, are broken down into uric acid. Purines are either made by your body, or taken into your body through foods you eat.

In a normal process, purines break down into uric acid. The uric acid is then dissolved in the blood, passed through the kidneys into the urine, and eliminated from the body.

However, this isn’t usually the case in gout. Complications occur when the kidneys don’t get rid of uric acid fast enough, or if there is an increased amount of uric acid production. These high levels build up in the blood, leading to what is known as hyperuricemia. Though not classified as a disease, hyperuricemia can be dangerous if it leads to the formation of uric acid crystals. Gout can develop when these crystals build up around the joints.

What makes a gout-friendly diet:

The goal of a gout diet is to relieve the painful swelling (inflammation), and to prevent future attacks. Depending on a variety of factors — your age, general health, medical history, and severity of the condition — treatment options will vary.

The good news is gout can be controlled. In addition to taking prescribed medications (which could include anti-inflammatory drugs, or medications to lower levels of uric acid), acute gout attacks can be managed through diet, a healthy lifestyle, weight management, and a proactive approach to signs and symptoms.

 Avoid entirely:

A gout-friendly diet will help to control uric acid levels in the body while promoting overall health. According to the american college of rheumatology, a diet that has an excessive amount of the following foods can lead to gout:

  1. Seafood
  2. Red meat
  3. Sugary beverages
  4. Alcohol

All of these foods have a high purine content. Agout diet should avoid or limit these foods:

  1. Organ meats
  2. Brain
  3. Sweetbreads
  4. Heart
  5. Kidney
  6. Liver
  7. Beef
  8. Pork
  9. Lamb
  10. Herring
  11. Anchovies
  12. Mackerel
  13. Mussels
  14. Smelt
  15. Sardines
  16. Scallops
  17. Tuna
  18. Yeast
  19. Beer, wine, and liquor
  20. Fruit juices
  21. Soda

Foods to include daily:

  1. Beans and lentils
  2. Legumes
  3. Fluids, especially water
  4. Low-fat or fat-free dairy
  5. Whole grains (like oats, brown rice, and barley)
  6. Quinoa
  7. Sweet potatoes
  8. Fruits and vegetables.
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How to Tackle Binge Eating

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
How to Tackle Binge Eating

To begin with, what is binge eating? Binge eating is a tenacious temptation in your brain that rears its head every time you are bored or overwhelmed. This temptation literally overpowers all other thought processes to make you reach out for food that you know you do not need. And then, guilt, disgust, frustration and heavy dieting starts! Sounds familiar? Well, you may just be a victim of binge eating. So what can you do about it? Plenty! Here's our list.

  • Emotional Hunger: Learn how to listen to your body. This is a way of bringing your mind and body in alignment by being aware and mindful. As soon as you feel a hunger pang, stop and think: is it emotional hunger or is it actually your snack or meal time? Once you learn to distinguish between the two, it is a matter of making a habit out of distracting yourself from emotional hunger by taking up a hobby or a pleasant activity that will also make your brain work in a different direction.
  • Focus on your Food: Usually, binge eating happens around unhealthy food that will give your taste buds a temporary kick. This kind of food is generally fatty, fried or sweet. So next time, focus on what you are eating. If you are eating a healthy, regular meal, then focus on the fact that you are doing something positive. This greatly defeats the cause of binge eating as you will chase the positive feeling rather than looking for temporary gratification which leads to more permanent guilt later.
  • Regular Meals: Eating your meals regularly at fixed times also dulls the temptation to binge. Regular meal times also set your biological clock and hunger ticking at the right times. If you avoid eating at meal times, then your mental hunger can get mixed up with a need for instant energy that your body requires due to a missed meal. This will make you reach out for unhealthy food in unhealthy portions.
  • Maintain a Food Diary: Keeping a food diary of everything you ate during the week and then going through it later will give you a lot of perspective on what you are doing wrong and how you can avoid the same.

Distancing yourself from wrong food and portions, and digging deeper into the emotions that trigger chronic binge eating may be answer you are looking for!

Related Tip: Oats - Why you should eat them?

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I had sexual relation with my fiancee from (Thursday - Sunday) though I took a contraceptive pill called postponed 72 on Sunday evening. He didn't finish in me. Ever since that I have frequent tendency of urination though just a droplet falls and I have ticklish feel at my vagina After four days of taking the pill I bleed very lightly and it was not periods. I am all confused. Please help me please.

I think you have developed urinary tract infection following intercourse. Thats why you feeling ticklish over vagina and all. For this keep proper personal hygiene. Wash your private parts with triphala kwath. Drink more water. Hydration is key. Secondly as you hv taken emergency pill ,the bleeding you had can be withdrawal bleeding. Still we can't nullify pregnancy. So wait for your next periods and have urine pregnancy test done if you cross your date. If UTI symptoms aggrevate you should contact me via personal consultation.
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Hi, I have cyst onto my ovary. I am taking medicines for irregular cycles since 8 months. From last month m taking tablets to conceive. My LMP is 24-11-2016. M suffering from severe itching all over my body .wat shd I do? Is this due to powerful tablets of pregnancy. Shd I continue the medicine n wait for next few days.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello, itching could be allergic and unlikely due to medications as you have been on them since last 8 months. Pleas visit your local doctor soon.
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I am PCOD for many years and with medicines im regular if I stop medicines again irregular How do I manage PCOD.

Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) occurs when very small cysts (small, fluid-filled sacs) develop in the ovaries. The usual symptoms of PCOS are light periods or no periods at all. This is because, in women with PCOS, ovulation (the release of an egg) may not take place as often as normal. You should opt Homoeopathic treatment, it has cure for PCOS. Treatment is based on totality of symptoms and constitution. It takes time but resolve the disease by root.In pcos first we target to get your periods back to normal.
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Doctor. I'm 24 age old man, me and my girlfriend mates tomorrow. After that we have a confusion about pregnancy. Her last periods is 25th. Is there is any possibility for pregnancy doctor.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello, you can use emergency contraception pills which are to be taken within 72 hours of intercourse. Consult a gynecologist.
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I am 20 years female. My husband is 29 years old. He is a soft ware engineer. He is not very strong physically. Now a days he totally lost interest on sex. We planned children aftr 4 years. He loves me .but he has no interest on sex. Wt to do. I am not able say this to him directly. He may feel embarsed if I say this. I want to be happy with physically also. Wt shud we do for that.

Homeopath, Secunderabad
Human relationship is all about respecting and understanding. You can discuss your concerns and views in a respectful manner. When love and respect is in the background nothing is impossible to achieve in any relationship. Sometimes it's difficult in the beginning but with patience you can put across your feelings and emotions. Try also to listen to the other person and his thoughts and views. Work on common interests and strike a balance and move on.
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Hi, i am 12 weeks 6 days pregnant.. everything came fine in usg today. but from 2-3 days i am feeling i measured my fever and it was 100 . my gynae prescribed me Topsef 200 mg two times a day for 5 topsef 200 mg safe during pregnancy? please help...

Doctor of Medicine, F.C.P.S.(Mid. & Gynae)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Topcef at this stage of pregnancy is safe. Your gynec is the best person to answer this and have faith in him/her.
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My partner is 45 days pregnant, is their any contraceptive medicine to avoid pregnancy.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello, If this is an unwanted pregnancy then this can be terminated medically under a gynecologist supervision after confirmation of an intrauterine pregnancy and ruling out ectopic.
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Sir My wife s experiencing pain whn we tried intercourse. She s afraid of painful intercourse. So we couldnt do that. Wat s the best solution.

She might have tight vagina or vaginismus- the muscles of vagina go into spasm. Give more time to foreplay. Change the position to she on top or she on knees and enter vagina from back. You can put one finger inside vagina with some gel as lubricant and rotate the finger around vagina, gradually putting two fingers and rotating. This will relax vagina. If the pain is deep inside then it may be due to pelvic/ endometriosis. Infection for which treatment is needed.
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