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Dr. Hilina Gowde

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Dr. Hilina Gowde is a popular Gynaecologist in Jogeshwari West, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Hilina Gowde personally at Shah Hospital-monim in Jogeshwari West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Hilina Gowde on Lybrate.com.

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Involve Arobics exercise rather than Gyming in your Daily Routine

Master Of Science ( Home Science) , B.Sc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
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Now my wife 19th week pregnant. We did blood and urine test. In test WBC is 13.6.and pus cell in urine 3-4.my amniotic fluid index 7 CM. So is there any relation between these three? Reply. Thank you.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
Now my wife 19th week pregnant. We did blood and urine test. In test WBC is 13.6.and pus cell in urine 3-4.my amnioti...
Please note that as WBC is on higher side she might be having some urinary tract infection, which if acceralated might affect the amniotic fluid index. Please see a gynaecologist.
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recently my wife suffers from 4th miscarriage the problem was the baby's spinal cord was not properly built up it was 3 month baby Dr. was saying that sometimes it happens with hormonal imbalance so how can we stable our hormonal imbalance.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
recently my wife suffers from 4th miscarriage the problem was the baby's spinal cord was not properly built up it was...
Hello you must get your wife properly investigated. She may be having some infection which is lethal to the fetus. She is a case of bad obstetric history and should be treated on that line. For malformations, you should consult a genetics specialist before pregnancy.
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Masturbation: What You Need To Know?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Masturbation: What You Need To Know?

Masturbation: What's the Definition?

Masturbation is one of the most popular pastimes of people, especially men. While various surveys and studies have turned up differing results, it's safe to say that it is the rare male who does not engage in masturbation at least occasionally. And if website traffic statistics for porn sites are to be believed, most men masturbate with considerable frequency. And why not? Few things are as fun as masturbation or require as little equipment; basically, it can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere (although it's best to limit that "anywhere" part to non-public places). And since men who ejaculate more often have a lowered chance of prostate cancer, there's even a penis health benefit to the activity. But when two people are talking about masturbation, can they be sure they are using the same definition? The answer might be surprising.

Classic

Naturally, there are some instances where the definition is not really in doubt. It's hard to believe that anyone would disagree that the following scenario doesn't fit the definition of masturbation: A man is alone in a room with his penis exposed. He has an erection and has wrapped one of his hands around that erection so that he is gripping it fairly tightly. He moves his hand up and down the penis until he reaches a point where he ejaculates semen.

That's a pretty classic definition, and one that would likely be universally recognized as masturbation. But suppose that scenario was changed slightly. Instead of stroking himself until he ejaculates, let's say the man stops before achieving that release. Is it still masturbation? There are some who would argue that it's not.

Other scenarios

Following are a number of other scenarios that some people would believe constitute masturbation, but which some others might not:

- A man has an erection. He exposes his penis, then lies face down on a bed and begins thrusting his hips back and forth against the mattress and sheets. He continues doing so, over and over, until he ejaculates.

Masturbation? Not to someone who believes that masturbation involves manual stimulation of the penis by one's own hand or hands.

- A man has an erection but keeps it tucked inside his pants. He rubs his penis through his pants until he ejaculates.

There's manual stimulation by hand here, but the hand isn't actually touching the penis; it's touching the fabric of the pants - and therefore some would disqualify it as masturbation.

- A very limber man is naked and sporting an erection. He somehow contorts his body into a twisted shape such that his head is in contact with his penis. Opening his mouth, he is able to suck on his own penis until he ejaculates.

Is autofellatio masturbation? To some yes, but to others it isn't; it is "simply" oral sex with oneself instead of with another person.

- To bring relief to his insistent erection, a man inserts it into a tube with an opening resembling a vagina and thrusts it in and out of the tube until he achieves orgasm.

As with autofellatio, some people would argue that this kind of sex toy penetration is not masturbation; it lacks the direct application of the hand to the penis.

- Inserting and withdrawing a phallic-shaped object in his anus, a man achieves ejaculation from stimulating his prostate but not his penis.

Again, with no direct manual stimulation of the penis, this would not be considered masturbation by some.

- A woman strokes a man's penis with her hand until he ejaculates.

To some people, masturbation is restricted one person stimulating themselves and no one else.

Whether a person considers any, some or all of the scenarios above to be a definition of masturbation, it's worth remembering that being too enthusiastic in self-handling can lead to a raw and sore penis. Regular use of a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. Choose one with moisturizing and soothing agents like Shea butter and vitamin E to help ease the soreness. And find one with L-carnitine, because rough handling often de-sensitizes the penis. L-carnitine's neuroprotective properties can help restore lost sensation.

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Ama (Toxin) Build Up In Body - How It Can Be Prevented?

Ph.D - Ayurveda, MD - Ayurveda, Diploma in Diet and Nutrition, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma Yoga
Ayurveda, Jaipur
Ama (Toxin) Build Up In Body - How It Can Be Prevented?

The field of Ayurveda treats a variety of ailments by diagnosing conditions that are not otherwise recognised by modern day medicinal systems. One of these conditions or concepts is Ama or mild toxin. Improper digestions, stress, pollution, a bad diet can all cause toxins to build in our body. This is why periodic internal cleansing is very much advised in Ayurveda. Anything which is not completely processed is known as Ama.

Now let's look at ways on how you can prevent the build-up of Ama in your body:

  • Overeating and Indigestion: One of the best ways to avoid Ama build up is to keep oneself from overeating. Also, as per Ayurveda, one must not sit down for a meal before the previous meal is digested. Also, emotional eating leads to overeating and all kinds of unhealthy food including excessive sweets, fried and fatty food. Also, one must eat meals at the same time every day and avoid skipping meals in order to ensure that an irregular digestive system does not end up producing Ama in the body.
  • Diet: One needs to ensure that the dietary intake is made up of healthy foods. In order to avoid Ama build up, you will also need to eliminate food that is difficult to digest including aerated drinks, food and drinks that are taken at extremely cold temperatures including ice cold water and ice cream. This usually puts out the digestive fires which keep the digestion going.
  • Meditation: Practicing transcendental meditation is a good way of keeping Ama at bay. Transcendental meditation is a state of being in one's deepest sense of awareness. It is a simple meditative technique that helps you remain well balanced with just 20 minutes of practice every day. This method is known to prevent ailments in the body through its function of awareness.
  • Exercise and Sleep: Some amount of exercise is required by every human body. This also helps in preventing Ama. Exercise keeps the metabolism and digestive system in peak and active form. Indulging in light to moderate exercise ensures that you sweat and flush out the unnecessary toxins of the body, even as you work up an appetite for food which ensures healthy eating. Sleep is equally important in reducing Ama as well.

Sleep, exercise, proper eating habits and a patch of meditation every day are some of the various ways that can aid the blocking and reduction of Ama. Regular detoxification by using various Panchakarma procedures also helps in minimum Ama production at cellular levels in the body.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Pls pls help me I am in a very bad condition I think I have infection in my vagina due to which I have vaginal itching in the vaginal opening nd its surroundings pls suggest me sum medicine to cure it as whn itching start it doesn't end early pls help I request you ol suggest me sum medicine will b highly obliged to you ol.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Dehradun
Hello You may be suffering from fungal infection which is causing itching. Don't worry it can be treated. I will not be able to give you the name of the medicines as this is an open chat so get a prescription written for the medicines.
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I am 26 married. I am facing this issue of frequent urination from past 2 days and also vaginal itching a burning sensation kind of and back pain. Please suggest what can be the cause and who should I visit?

MBBS, MS, DNB
Gynaecologist, Muzaffarpur
Get a urine culture test done, and you will need to see a doc, to see if you have any pelvic infection and if you need any medications for that.
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Eat Healthy Stay Healthy

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chandigarh
Eat Healthy Stay Healthy

Take small and frequent meals as per dietician suggestion, on appropriate timings of the day, to get effective results.

Hello Dr., My question is I had unprotected sex with my partner on 4th n 6th day of my periods. Is there any chances of pregnancy. Thanks.

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General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello Dr., My question is I had unprotected sex with my partner on 4th n 6th day of my periods. Is there any chances ...
There is no chances of pregnancy by sex with partner on 4th n 6th day of periods.which are safe days
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Hi Doctor. I and my husband tried to do sex but it hurts me a lot. I used lubricant products and already visited for gyne. But she said you have to prepare n you have to do it. But even m not able to do. My vagina is painful rashes in side, cuts after doing but not able to insert d penis. M very depressed. Please suggest me any medicine or treatment what should I do. It's been 1 year for my marriage. I feel so bad.

BDS, Certification in hypnotherapy, Certification in N.L.P, Certification in Gene and behavior, Psychology at Work
Psychologist, Gurgaon
Hi Doctor. I and my husband tried to do sex but it hurts me a lot. I used lubricant products and already visited for ...
May be it is vaginismus, in which there is involuntary spasm in the vaginal muscles, mainly caused by fear of being hurt. You should shed your fear and insecurity. Take these bach flower remedies available at homeopathic shops mix two drops each of mimulus, rock rose and star of bethelehm and take it four times daily mixed in some water for 6 weeks. It is safe & effective.
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