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Dr. Desai Bhavin

MBBS, MD

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

38 Years Experience
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Dr. Desai Bhavin is a popular Gynaecologist in Kurla West, Mumbai. She has had many happy patients in her 38 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. She studied and completed MBBS, MD . She is currently associated with DR Desai Bhavin Nursing Home in Kurla West, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Desai Bhavin and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Mumbai Univrsity - 1980
MD - Mumbai University - 1984
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Hi I am 35 years old male. Having blood in urine from 7-jul-2015 till date but no pain as such. I met a urologist and he asked me for certain tests including blood, urine tests and ct scan. A mass of around 13" 16 mm is found in urine bladder. Am I suffering from cancer, if yes, what stage it may be? is it treatable?

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), MS - Urology, MBBS
Urologist, Ahmedabad
Dear , yes, I am afraid it is a cancer. Usually it may be well differentiated or anaplastic but can be decided only after excision biopsy as it is small biopsy report will show whether it stage 1 or 2. On an average prognosis is good but you will have to be under observation with urologist for at least 5 years and repeated cystoscopic check ups.
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I am 24 years old girl, and my weight is 60 n height 5" 1, I have done my tsh test and came 5. I have irregular menstruation and am using medication for alopecia. Please suggest me medicine sir / mam for regural periods.

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
Start taking thyroid rugs after consulting doctors and also make sure that there are no other causes of period irregularities.
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Women's Common Problems

B.A in Psychology, NLP Practioner Certificate
Psychologist, Surat
Women's Common Problems

Psychological Counselling 
Some common issues of women juggling with multiple roles are:

  • Floating anxiety
  • Stress of managing work
  • Inability to prioritize work and a piling list of “things to do”
  • Inability to fall asleep
  •  Constant complaint of fatigue and tiredness
  • Lack of interest sex
  •  Extreme feelings of guilt
  • Loss of self confidence

Solution

  • Have realistic expectations from self: even god can’t keep everyone happy.
  • Plan and be far sited: before taking up new role be sure and set expectations with your family.
  •  Seek help from family and spouse: it’s ok to ask your spouse to help. Don’t except that they will understand.
  • Nurture independence: ensure you family gains independence including your child, which will reduce your work.
  •  Take in your plate as much you can: communicate to your family how much you will be able to do. Be assertive.
  •  Don’t be ashamed of few things that you are unable to do.
  • Make your husband your best friend.
  •  Don’t be afraid to set your expectations from your family.
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I am pregnant. I took my 1st dose of misoprostol, I had a sexual intercourse within 3 hours. Will it hamper the process off abortion?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
I am pregnant.
I took my 1st dose of misoprostol, I had a sexual intercourse within 3 hours.
Will it hamper the proce...
No it will not affect the process...bt if u would not start bleeding then u must tAke 2 nd dose under ur tongue...
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My gf has periods after 29 days this month and she has not a bleeding flow proper like before.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My gf has periods after 29 days this month and she has not a bleeding flow proper like before.
To clear your doubts get an ultrasound pelvis done to rule out any pathology and follow up with reports.
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I am 14 weeks pregnant. I have abdominal pain sometimes on one side and sometimes on the other and it last for 2-3 minutes and occurs 2-3 times during the day. No such spotting. Is this a cause of concern?

Minimal invasive surgery in gynaecology, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 14 weeks pregnant. I have abdominal pain sometimes on one side and sometimes on the other and it last for 2-3 mi...
Some amount of abdominal pain is expected during pregnancy. If you get persistent or acute pain you need to get it checked. Do a sonography and check your urine for infection.
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Health Tip

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
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6 Detox Drinks That Work Wonders!

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma in Yog and Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
6 Detox Drinks That Work Wonders!

The season of winter is all about enjoyment and is full of fun and festivities. As we while away our time enjoying, our body works its own course of eliminating toxic substances from the organs. But there is always a way to make things better. In other words, the process of clearing toxins is known as detoxification and what better way could be there than Ayurveda. During the process of detoxification, there are certain things that should be avoided like sugar, alcohol, caffeine, gluten, soda, etc.

Why choose the ayurvedic way?
It is the natural process through which the body cleanses naturally without undergoing any turmoil due to side effects. During winter, it is a challenge to detoxify as we consume more in order to keep ourselves warm. Ayurveda’s detoxification methods are safe and trusted for centuries.

Why is winter detoxification necessary?
During winter, we require more energy but due to toxins and more food consumption for a warmer body, the digestive system and the immune system are weakened thus making people more vulnerable to sickness. Winter detoxification helps one to control the energy level and makes the person stay fit, healthy and energised. Detoxification cleanses the digestive system and improves the immune system and also helps in losing weight by flushing out the excess fat from the body.

Detoxifying ayurvedic drinks
Natural ayurvedic drinks prepared at home help in retrieving one's healthy self by detoxifying the body's systems. Also, consuming such preparations regularly will offer continual benefits.

  1. Coriander, lemon and green tea: The combination of coriander, lemon and green tea helps in balancing the fundamentals of the body. This preparation, again, can be consumed every day. It delays the onset of ageing and also remarkably reduces the visible signs of ageing on the skin.
  2. Lime water with pepper: A glass of warm water mixed with lemon juice and a pinch of pepper powder works wonders on an empty stomach. It helps in detoxifying and improving the digestive system.
  3. Vegetable juice: Vegetables like carrots and spinach that is widely available in winters can be used in preparing juices. The vegetables, when combined with Apple, Celery, and ginger, is a drink that offers many medicinal benefits and tasty as well.
  4. Lemon ginger water: The combination of lemon and ginger is said to be one of the healthiest ayurvedic drink to help detox your body during winter. Take a glass of warm water mixed with ginger and lemon juice. This helps have a healthy and clean digestive system.
  5. Aloe vera juice: Aloe vera is yet another nature's gift that helps in flushing out toxins. A bit of aloe vera gel mixed with water or orange juice have been working wonders in detoxification for centuries. It is another healthy winter drink.
  6. Amla juice: Amla is said to be the best aid in losing weight and boosts up the immune system. Amlas soaked in water overnight and blended in a mixer can be taken thrice every day. The juice has a tangy taste but is effective.

To combat winter, Ayurvedic detox drinks are always handy and helpful. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an ayurveda.

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5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness

B.A. Hons . Psychology, MA Psychological Counseling, EDM Psychological Counseling, Trauma Specialist, MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Hyderabad
5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness

5 ways to cultivate self-awareness

1. Create some space for yourself. When you are in a dark room without windows, it is fairly difficult to see things clearly. The space you create for yourself is that crack on the wall where you allow light to come through. Leave yourself some time and space every day – perhaps first thing in the morning or half an hour before sleep when you stay away from the digital distractions and spend some time with yourself, reading, writing, meditating, and connecting with yourself.

2. Practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the key to self-awareness. Jon kabat-zinn defines mindfulness as “paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally”. Through mindfulness practice, you will be more present with yourself so that you can “be there” to observe what’s going on inside and around you. It is not about sitting cross-legged or suppressing your thoughts. It is about paying attention to your inner state as they arise. You can practice mindfulness at any time you want, through mindful listening, mindful eating or walking.

3. Keep a journal: writing not only helps us process our thoughts but also makes us feel connected and at peace with ourselves. Writing can also create more headspace as you let your thoughts flow out onto paper. Research shows that writing down things we are grateful for or even things we are struggling with helps increase happiness and satisfaction. You can also use the journal to record your inner state. Try this at home –choose a half day on a weekend, pay close attention to your inner world – what you are feeling, what you are saying to yourself, and make a note of what you observe every hour. You may be surprised about what you write down!

4. Practice being a good listener. Listening is not the same as hearing. Listening is about being present and paying attention to other people’s emotions, body movement and language. It is about showing empathy and understanding without constantly evaluating or judging. When you become a good listener, you will also be better at listening to your own inner voice and become the best friend of yourself.

5. Gain different perspectives: ask for feedback. Sometimes we can be too afraid to ask what others think of us – yes sometimes the feedback may be biased or even dishonest but you will be able to differentiate them from real, genuine and balanced feedback as you learn more about yourself and others. Research has shown conducting 360 degree feedback in workplace is a useful tool to improve managers’ self-awareness. We all have blind spots, so it is helpful to gain different perspective to see a fuller picture of ourselves.

 

Self-awareness, as “arguably the most fundamental issue in psychology, from both a developmental and an evolutionary perspective”, is a rich and complicated subject. As human beings, we may never fully understand ourselves, if there is such a destination. But perhaps it is the journey of exploring, understanding and becoming ourselves that makes life worth living.

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I did antenatal scan for viabilities shows crl 2.1 mm only, no bleeding and could not find heart beat. Doctor told me to do repeat scan after 2 weeks. My lmp is 5/2/2018, in usg shows 5 weeks and 6 days. Do I need to worry? I am in tension. Please give an answer. Thank you.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I did antenatal scan for viabilities shows crl 2.1 mm only, no bleeding and could not find heart beat. Doctor told me...
There are two possibilities either delayed pregnancy or problem with pregnancy. Worrying will not solve problem, repeat ultra after 2 weeks will.
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