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Dr. Premlata Bhagat

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

500 at clinic
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Dr. Premlata Bhagat is a trusted Gynaecologist in Kandivali East, Mumbai. She is currently associated with Nupur Nursing Home in Kandivali East, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Premlata Bhagat on Lybrate.com.

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Main 27 years ki hun. Main unmarried hun. Main sex kabhi nahi kia hoon. Mujhe period 6 days late ho gaya hai. Main kya karu.

Sexologist, Delhi
Main 27 years ki hun. Main unmarried hun. Main sex kabhi nahi kia hoon. Mujhe period 6 days late ho gaya hai. Main ky...
Do not worry, it may be because of stress or tension of work. Wait for 5 to 10 days. If period not came than go for a good and experienced gynecologist.
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Hi, I am having vagina itching and burning since last 6 days. Kindly suggest to reduce.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MNAMS, Training In USG
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello lybrate-user, You wash your private parts with V-Wash lotion mixed with water. Also get yourself examined by gynaecologist.
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Hi Sir, My age is now 31 year and my wife age is 29 year. We have one Baby (Boy) and he is 2 and half years old. Now we are confused to get next baby. So please tell me the Right Gap to get a next baby.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Hi Sir,
My age is now 31 year and my wife age is 29 year. We have one Baby (Boy) and he is 2 and half years old. Now ...
Hi lybrate-user. After a cesarean it's best to have atleast gap of 3 yrs. However if previously you had a normal delivery you can go for the next baby right away. All the best.
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I got married one year back and I'm studying. It found to be pcod 8 months back I took medicine for 6 months but dint cure and it dint make my irregular periods regular and now we are planning for pregnancy so how can I proceed.

MD -Internal Medicine
Ayurveda, Pune
I got married one year back and I'm studying. It found to be pcod 8 months back I took medicine for 6 months but dint...
Hi lybrate-user U hv to take proper treatment den you will b able 2 solve d problem! Only answers will not cure!
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Sexual Health - Ways Diabetes Can Affect it!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Jodhpur
Sexual Health - Ways Diabetes Can Affect it!

Diabetes is often considered as deadly as cancer. It is a disease that requires lifestyle changes and diet modifications. It is also a disease that affects almost the entire system of your body. Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, it will do you a world of good to understand the effects of diabetes. Neurovascular damage is one of the most common effects, this means that diabetes will affect the nerves and blood supply of the body.

While Type 1 diabetes makes its presence felt much earlier and is hereditary quite often, Type 2 appears later in life with age and cumulative stress. The effects of diabetes are related to the duration of the disease. Therefore, people with Type 1 diabetes are more likely to have the symptoms early on and need to learn to manage them. Type 2 makes its appearance later, but needs good monitoring for the effects to not surface or prolong the severity of symptoms.

As we all know, all body systems are affected by diabetes, sexual health is no exception. Diabetes decreases blood supply and impacts the nerves in the genitals, thus causing a series of issues right from reduced libido and erectile dysfunction in males to vaginal dryness and painful coitus (perunia) in females.

Listed below are issues diabetic men and women face in terms of sexual health:

In Men:

  1. Diabetes reduces testosterone levels, which is directly reflected in reduced libido. Altered nerve function does not provide proper signals to the penis and there is also reduced blood flow to the organ. Both these can diminish the chances of a good erection. Studies have shown that among men who have had diabetes for 10 years, about 50% have experienced erectile dysfunction. Pregnant
  2. The affected nerve function also leads to difficulties in reaching a climax. Diabetes in men can additionally cause Peyronie's disease, which leads to a curved penis, and this leads to painful and difficult erections and coitus.

In Women:

  1. It leads to reduced sexual desire due to testosterone levels. Vaginal dryness is very common in females with diabetes and therefore, there is a definite decline in the urge.
  2. The above mentioned neurovascular damage also prevents women from reaching a good climax, as the nerve supply is affected.
  3. Diabetes also increases the predisposition to urinary tract infections, which can lead to painful sexual experience due to additional vaginal dryness and itching.

Finally, as much as it may sound as a cause for concern, it is not. People with diabetes know that making small lifestyle changes can go a long way in terms of onset of symptoms, their severity, and the leading of a normal life. Modifications in diet and lifestyle to include healthy eating, reduced stress, and exercising are very useful. It is also very important to talk to your doctor about how your sexual health has changed with diabetes. It is a sensitive and private topic, but if you are concerned about it, then do not hesitate to seek help. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

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5 Simple Tips For A Healthy Pregnancy

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
5 Simple Tips For A Healthy Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings with it a new set of additional responsibilities. The mother has to be extra vigilant about monitoring and caring for her health. This ensures that sufficient nutrition is being provided to the growing infant, at the same time, ensuring no harm comes through you. Listed below are some simple ways to do the same.

  1. Prenatal care: As soon as you realize that you are pregnant, it is advisable to talk to a doctor or a midwife about proper prenatal care. This could include anything and everything from prenatal vitamins to food habits to exercise to sleeping habits to periodic scanning – the whole hog.
  2. Diet: You need to ensure two things: that you are eating enough for two people, and also that everything is healthy and not harmful for the little one that gets all its nutrition through you. The diet should be healthy, nutritious, wholesome, and of course free of junk. Some pointers to a healthy diet include:
    • Include a good amount of fruits and vegetables every day; break it into five small portions.
    • Sufficient amount of carbohydrates should be the basis of each meal.
    • Whole grains are preferred to white grains, which also give good amount of fiber.
    • A good amount of proteins including fish, eggs, meat, nuts, pulses, milk, and other dairy products.
    • Ensure adequate amount of iron, calcium, and other minerals are included in the diet.
    • Avoid eating non-pasteurized dairy products, uncooked or undercooked food, and smoked seafood.
    • Folic acid is compulsory for the first trimester as it helps to protect your unborn baby from developing neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Also, it helps to prevent other birth defects, such as a cleft palate . 
  3. Weight gain: If your weight was normal for your age and height before pregnancy, expect to add about 12 to 15 kg during your pregnancy. Consult with your doctor on weight changes and nutritional aspects to monitor weight throughout pregnancy. This could change based on if it is twins, your weight before pregnancy, and body type.
  4. Exercise: There are specific exercises designed to benefit the pregnant women. Whether it is walking or swimming aimed at improving overall health or Kegel exercises aimed at improving vaginal and perineal muscles, your doctor should be able to draw up a routine. Exercising while pregnancy is being increasingly encouraged for the following reasons:
    • Improved energy levels
    • Controls back pain
    • Improved sleep pattern
    • Improves constipation
    • Improves muscles strength and endurance
  5. Lifestyle changes: With pregnancy setting in, it is time to bid goodbye to smoking and drinking alcohol. Continued smoking after onset of pregnancy has many serious complications, including growth retardation, low birth weight. Alcohol can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, and premature delivery.

These are simple ways to monitor and care for your and of course, the baby’s health throughout pregnancy. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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I got married last year and now we are going to have a baby. But I go to home only for 3 days in a month as I worked out of state. Please advise me how many days I need to spend with my wife and when so that she gets pregnant.

Mbbs,, MS OBGY
Gynaecologist, Pune
I got married last year and now we are going to have a baby. But I go to home only for 3 days in a month as I worked ...
Fertile period date. Meet a gynac near by and calculate the dates. Even by doing using ovulation strip or sonography for this will help you.
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I am feeling very dull since 3-4 days. 4 days back I have seen some blood in my urine and next day it was fine. But before that I was feeling very much normal. I am also smoking since six years. I read about blood in urine and I got scared. But other than the blood I haven't found any symptoms written in that article. No pain nothing. Please help me with my problem.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am feeling very dull since 3-4 days. 4 days back I have seen some blood in my urine and next day it was fine. But b...
Please get a urine routine microscopic and culture test done to rule out infection, and a whole abdomen/ KUB ultrasound to rule out an urinary stone.
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I did my ivf 7 times I got failure when embryo transfer that I got too much pain If I do ivf with anthiesa means there is any problem?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Guwahati
lybrate-user, Embryo transfer is usually painless but if you have pain, you can ask for the procedure to be done under light anesthesia - it will not affect the embryo. I hope that helps.
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