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Dr. Mrs. Swapnaja Khopikar

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. Mrs. Swapnaja Khopikar is an experienced Gynaecologist in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can visit her at Homoeopathy Clinic in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Mrs. Swapnaja Khopikar on has a number of highly qualified Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 41 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.


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Hi, I'm 22 years old. Before 25 days I had abortion (4 month) so now I done how to take care of my health .could you pleas tell me some suggestion.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi, I'm 22 years old. Before 25 days I had abortion (4 month) so now I done how to take care of my health .could you ...
you will get next period around the date when bleeding stopped. take lots of seasonal vegetables and fruits and iron folic acid calcium tablets to compensate for the loss of blood. give a gap of 3 months before planning next pregnancy you can take a low dose hormonal oral tablets for prevention of pregnancy from day 5 of cycle and take tablets regularly at the same time of the day oral tablets for prevention of pregnancy do help to build blood also
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I am having irregularities in the menstrual cycle from last 1 year. It cn b solved n how?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am having irregularities in the menstrual cycle from last 1 year. It cn b solved n how?
Hello, You need to get evaluated for PCOD, hypothyroidism or hyperprolactinemia which are common reasons of irregular menses.
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I intimate with my girlfriend on her 6th day of cycle she has a regular cycle of 28-30 days her due date is 30oct but till now mc not coming .for sure she take a urine test and it is negative .what is the reason of late period ?what she have to do?

Homeopath, Sindhudurg
I intimate with my girlfriend on her 6th day of cycle she has a regular cycle of 28-30 days her due date is 30oct but...
hi as per you described there is very less chance of pregnancy.. wait for 4-5 days more and repeat upt
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A Quick Glance at the Advanced Treatment Options Available in IVF

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
IVF Specialist, Udaipur
A Quick Glance at the Advanced Treatment Options Available in IVF

IVF refers to In Vitro Fertilization, which is an assisted reproductive technology, is one of the most effective and popular treatment options for people facing fertility issues. When the initial or basic IVF treatment fails, additional advanced treatment options become necessary in order to make the IVF procedure successful. Read on to know more about the different treatment options available in IVF in detail.

  1. ICSI: ICSI or Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection is a specialized form of in vitro fertilization. This treatment is required when the sperm is found to be abnormal. The procedure is the same as that of basic IVF and is performed in the laboratory where ICSI sperm injection is given to the female egg in order to fertilize it.
  2. Blastocyst: In normal IVF procedure, after the egg collection, the embryo is transferred inside the utterers usually on day two or day three. But, there is also an option to let the embryo grow further till day five when the blastocyst is formed and is then transferred inside the uterus, as per the requirement of the patient’s situation.
  3. PGS/PGD: The term PGD refers to Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis whereas PGS refers to Pre-implantation Genetic Screening. Just as the names suggest, both these treatments are performed by collecting single cells from the newly formed embryo and are then diagnosed and screened for the presence of specific genetic conditions for checking of the normalcy of the chromosomes of the embryo, before transplanting the embryo inside the uterus.
  4. Laser-Assisted Hatching: Laser-assisted hatching becomes essential in case the embryos fail to hatch themselves in the interior wall of the uterus (uterine wall). This treatment intends to help during the hatching of the embryo from its protective shell in the outer section while promoting implantation once the embryo is transferred inside the uterus.
  5. Frozen Embryo Transfer/FET: FET or Frozen Embryo Transfer refers to a cycle where the frozen embryos are used for establishing a pregnancy. Here, the embryos from the previous egg cycle or IVF are frozen and then transferred back into the uterus of the female in case the previous embryo transplant fails.

Both PESA or Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration and TESA or Testicular Sperm Aspiration are both minor surgical procedures that are performed for finding sperm when the male partner is found to be suffering from Azoospermia which is the absence of sperm when he ejaculates.

Depending on the fertility condition of the patients, previous response to the IVF treatments, and the result of the previous IVF treatment, the IVF treatment options one has to go through may vary. You must consult with your IVF specialist to know whether and which of the advanced IVF treatment options you may have to opt for to ensure a healthy pregnancy as well as a healthy baby.

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Avoiding Penis Pain While Using A Pump

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Avoiding Penis Pain While Using A Pump

Avoiding Penis Pain While Using a Pump

One of the benefits of a society which is more open concerning sexual issues is the greater availability of items, both recreational and medical, for use on the penis. A penis pump is one such device which has a definite medical use (for helping men with erectile issues achieve firmness) and a recreational use (for allowing men to "pump up" their penis for fun). Of course, using a penis pump for pure recreational purposes does come with some risks; used improperly, it can lead to penis injury, in severe cases, or general penis pain in less severe ones. The more a man knows about a penis pump before using one, the less likely the chance of experiencing penis pain.

With that in mind, here are some tips which many find useful in helping to decrease the chance of penis pain from a penis pump experience.


1) Measure the penis. Some pumps come in different sizes, in which case it's important to know that which one to get. It's best to measure both length and girth of the member when it is erect.

2) Read the directions. Yes, it's understandable that a guy may be anxious to get to the fun stuff right away - but it's still better to take a few minutes and actually read the directions that should come with a penis pump. Knowing how it works and what needs to be done to use it effectively - and then using that information - is the best way to avoid penis pain and injury. One thing that is important to know is what is the recommended pressure range to seek. So find that information and do not exceed that range.

3) Clean it. Before the first use (and indeed before each use), take a few minutes to disinfect the cylinder. The pump is an attractive place for bacteria to grow.

4) Prep the penis. Just as experts advise people to warm up before engaging in long distance running or lifting heavy weights, so should a man warm up his penis before engaging in pumping. One recommended preparation routine involves taking a small towel, soaking it in warm water, and then wrapping it around the penis for two-thee minutes. Afterward, rub some lotion or lubricant on the penis and gently massage it with the hands. Although the penis is likely to get at least partially erect, stick to gently massaging as opposed to masturbating; the latter involves more friction and may dry the penis out somewhat.

5) Consider shaving. Although massively hairy men do indeed use penis pumps, so men find that the presence of hair gets a little in the way - it can get caught in the tube and pulled, producing some discomfort. Some men prefer to be clean-shaven or at least trimmed when using a pump.

6) Don't overdo it. Pumping too long or at too high a pressure is the most common reason for penis pain from pumping. Beginners should definitely take it easy; most sources recommend taking a break of 3-5 minutes every 15 minutes and only going for a half hour to start. This can build slowly, but any time there is pain, a guy should stop.

7) Talk to a doctor. Guys can sometimes be embarrassed talking about ways in which they engage their penis, but it's good to let a doctor know if a pump is in the offing. He may have some words of caution to impart that can be useful.

Even when taking precautions, penis pump use can still sometimes result in a little penis pain. Regularly applying a superior penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help alleviate that soreness. is strongly urged. This is especially true when using a crème with both a high end emollient (like shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E), which together can provide great relief to aching penis skin. It's also beneficial if the crème contains vitamin D, as this is often called a miracle vitamin due to its ability to support healthy cellular function.

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Hello I am 31 years old I delivered a baby 2 years ago n was having gestational diabetes during pregnancy. After delivery it was gone but wht precautions should b taken not to get the diabetes in future.

Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi, Type-2 Diabetes is a lifestyle related problem, so making a few lifestyle changes can lower the chances of developing type 2 diabetes. -Excess weight is the single most important cause of type 2 diabetes, so control or reduce your weight if you are overweight! -Avoid sedentary lifestyle and start get moving. Brisk walking for a half hour every day reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. -Modify your diet: *Choose whole grains and whole grain products over highly processed carbohydrates. The bran and fiber in whole grains make it more difficult for digestive enzymes to break down the starches into glucose. *Avoid sugary beverages which have a high glycemic load, and drinking more of this sugary stuff is associated with increased risk of diabetes. *Choose good fats instead of bad fats. Good fats found in liquid vegetable oils, nuts, and seeds. Trans fats or bad fats are found in many margarines, packaged baked goods, fried foods, fast or junk foods. *Limit intake of red meat and processed meats. Nuts, seeds, beans, tofu, or poultry are much more healthful protein choices. -Quit smoking. -Moderate alcohol consumption decreases the risk of type 2 diabetes. -Avoid taking unnecessary stress or tension! And keep an optimistic attitude in life! Medication: Take homoeopathic SBL’s Diaboherb medicine/ 3 times a day daily. Home Remedies: Dry the leaves of mango tree and grind to a powder. Mix 1 teaspoon dry powder in a glass of water and drink it daily to reduce high blood sugar levels. Take 2 teaspoons of bitter gourd (karela) juice once a day. One can also increase its use as a cooked vegetable. Take 1 teaspoon of Indian gooseberry (amla) juice mixed with 1 teaspoon of bitter gourd juice twice a day.
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I am 26 old female and have 4 cysts of pcos. Am using hyponidd table for last three months. Will get conceive of this problem.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I am 26 old female and have 4 cysts of pcos. Am using hyponidd table for last three months. Will get conceive of this...
Definitely it's one a good Medicines to treat PCOs as improves ovarian function, hence the fertility treatment as well.
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Premarital Counseling

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics and Gynecology, DGO
Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Hello, I am Dr. Yashica Gudesar I am a Gynecologist practicing in Dwarka since 17 years and I have a special interest in premarital and preconception counseling. Premarital counseling is very important think now days. Premarital counseling is a therapy that helps couple to prepare for marriage. In marriage, before getting married you should know each other well, you should know the relation, how to get in a relationship and how to complete a relationship and in the relationship what the problems you are facing. In India, we are getting married but we are not talking to each other. We are meeting each other we are talking to each other nut we are not talking about the further things which are involved during after the marriage like the contraception and planning about a baby so that is very important. We should decide early we should… when are we going to plan a baby because unplanned pregnancy are also not very good. We should always have a planned pregnancy and we should go for a preconception counseling. If you are going for a marriage, you should better go with your partner to a doctor and get yourself investigated. There are some test that need to be done like HIV, Hepatitis-B, DVRL some STD tests which is required to be rules out if you or your partner is suffering from an STD. because if any STD is there then post marriage you have some infection like honeymoon cystitis and pelvic Inflammatory diseases which might cause problem in initial months just after marriage. Better get yourself investigated and your partner investigated. The aim of premarital counseling is to prevent oneself from having unwanted pregnancies, to prevent oneself from infectious diseases, prevent from having an unsuccessful relation and to have a planned pregnancy. We should know what the fertile period is, what is the safe period and when is the time when there are high chances to get pregnant and what are the period when you are less chances of getting married. So and you should know completely about contraception. Contraception is very important because if you are planning to get married and into a relationship you should use contraception it’s depending on whether you are planning a baby or you not planning a baby. Just after marriage using a barrier method like a condom and oral contraceptive pills are the best methods to be used together just for 3 to 6 months till you decide which more of you are comfortable in. it is always better to discuss with your doctor. You should start planning 1 month, at least, one month prior to your marriage, because contraceptive pills oral contraceptive pills have effect starting one month if taken one month before. By failing to prepare, you preparing to fail. Thank you and if you want to further contact me you can video call me, you call on Lybrate or you can visit by website and the blog and we can have a discussion of premarital counseling. Thank you

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