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Dr. Sandeep

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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HIV/AIDS - Ways To Prevent It!!

MBBS, PG Diploma (HIV Medicines)
HIV Specialist, Surat
HIV/AIDS - Ways To Prevent It!!

Hearing that a person is HIV positive instantly makes us wary of him or her and unconsciously we may begin avoiding social interactions with them. However, HIV does not spread through the air or by water and hence there is no reason to ostracize HIV positive people. To understand how to prevent the transmission of HIV it is essential to first understand how the virus is transferred from one person to another. There are three ways in which this virus can be transmitted from an HIV positive person to another. These are:

  1. Through blood
  2. Through bodily fluids such as semen and vaginal or rectal fluids
  3. From a mother to a child

Keeping this in mind, here are a few ways to prevent the transferring of HIV from one person to another.

  1. Use only Disposable Syringes: Getting pricked by a needle that has been used on a HIV positive patient can increase your risk of suffering from the disease. Hence, insist on using a fresh needle for blood tests etc. Also ensure that the syringe and needle and destroyed after being used.
  2. Registered Blood Banks: In case you need a blood transfusion, get blood only from registered blood banks. These blood banks need to run HIV screening tests before collecting blood and hence are guaranteed to have only HIV negative blood as opposed to local quacks.
  3. Use a Condom: The only way to prevent the transference of HIV cells while having intercourse is by using a condom. This is essential not only for vaginal intercourse but for anal intercourse as well.
  4. Get Tested: Today, an HIV screening test can be easily done and your results are guaranteed to be kept confidential. STDs can increase your risk of getting infected with HIV or spreading it to others. Get tested regularly for STDs and insist that your partners are checked for it as well. This is crucial if you have more than one sexual partner.
  5. Limit the Number of Sexual Partners: The more number of people you have sex with, the higher your chance of getting infected with the virus and transmitting it to others. Remember, HIV has no overt symptoms that are visible to the naked eye.

HIV cannot be cured but it can be controlled through medication. Hence, if you suffer from this disease, follow the doctor's prescription religiously to prevent transmitting the virus to your partner. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.

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Mujhe Dr. ne 2 judwa bacche bole h 5 & 6 week pregnancy but ek bacche ki Heart beat nhi aai sonography me Dr. ne 20 din bad phr bulaya h kya bacche ki heartbeat return aa Sakti h ya nhi bhut tension ho rha h mere dusre bacche ko koi problem to nhi hogi?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Mujhe Dr. ne 2 judwa bacche bole h 5 & 6 week pregnancy but ek bacche ki Heart beat nhi aai sonography me Dr. ne 20 d...
Fetal heart beat is visible on ultrasound by 6 weeks of pregnancy. Repeat usg after 2-3 weeks ,heartbeat will be visible by then. If heart beat is not visible it will not affect the 2nd twins growth.
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Orgasm - 5 Ways You Can Help Your Woman!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), L.C.P.S, PhD,D.P.S.M
Sexologist, Ahmednagar
Orgasm - 5 Ways You Can Help Your Woman!

While making love is much more than getting a climax, it is one of the most pleasurable moments a man or a woman can feel. However, for many women, climaxing or achieving orgasms isn’t as easy as for men. In fact a significant number of women haven’t been able to achieve orgasm even once due to a variety of factors. Even women who want to orgasm face difficulty in achieving orgasms on a regular basis.

Here are some tips to help if you are one of these women.

  1. Attentiveness towards one’s own body: Women are often raised to be very conscious about their bodies and sexuality in general. This affects their view of sexuality even when they are in a committed loving relationship. Hence, many women are unable to communicate with their partners openly about their needs. It is important that you indulge in masturbation or some forms of self pleasure to understand what your body responds to and then be able to communicate it to your partner.
  2. Foreplay is king: This is a major part often missed by the partners of women who are unable to orgasm. Foreplay helps the woman get aroused; longer the foreplay, longer the arousal. A longer arousal will help you in being lubricated better, which will decrease painful sensations and will help achieve orgasms. It is also important that you talk to your partner and ensure that you have enough foreplay.
  3. Stimulation of the clitoris: While there is debate within the medical circles about the efficacy of various types of orgasms such as vaginal or pelvic orgasms; most women do feel clitoral orgasms as it is one of the most easily stimulated areas with thousands of nerve endings. Thus, you should ask your partner to rub, touch, or lick your clitoral region as this is one area where achieving orgasms would be easier than other parts of the genitals as well as a whole body orgasm.
  4. Variety is the essence of love making: Women tend to be able to orgasm with a variety of activities rather than one type of sexual act. It is thus, important for you to tell your partner the various things that you may be interested in trying out. If you can try out multiple positions and techniques, it will increase your chances of being able to orgasm.
  5. Take the help of toys and lube: Lubrication in the form of commercially available lubes as well as sex toys can help you achieve orgasm much quicker and it would be a good idea to include them in while making love. You can also go solo with these sex toys to achieve orgasm during masturbation as this would help in achieving orgasms even during sex with a partner.

I am 25 years old. In may 18 am getting periods normally.in june month my periods is delayed I had taken pregnancy test it shows positive. I had taken unwanted kit tablet, in june month the periods will come for 10 days like that, after taking unwanted kit again am taking pregnancy test, it shows oly negative. The complete abortion is possible or not? This month my periods comes regularly or not?

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
I am 25 years old. In may 18 am getting periods normally.in june month my periods is delayed I had taken pregnancy te...
If your test is showing negative then that means pregnancy is no more there your next cycle may get disturbed as unwanted kit is hormonal tablets and it can disturb your cycles for sometime.
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Hi doctor please help me out with this, I am not getting sleep from on week it's been 6 days I dint sleep, and more over I am planning to conceive a baby becoz of this problem I am scared weather I'll get pregnant or not ! And I am very disturbed with out sleep please tell me some tipd.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi doctor please help me out with this, I am not getting sleep from on week it's been 6 days I dint sleep, and more o...
oh , take a deep breath dear. If you are so tense about getting pregnant that you don't sleep how would you conceive. You have to be physically and mentally healthy and relaxed to conceive.
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I'm 27 year women my last period was on 8 May. I had unprotected sex with my husband on 20, then on 26th, 28, 30 may and on 3rd june. I not even had any kind of contraceptive pills. Even though I got my periods on 4th june and my periods lasted only for one day. Is there still a chances of me getting pregnant now should I go for pregnancy test. Please inform. Thank you.

DGO, MBBS, Advanced Infertility
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I'm 27 year women my last period was on 8 May. I had unprotected sex with my husband on 20, then on 26th, 28, 30 may ...
Its unlikely that you may have conceived. However to settle your doubts do a pregnancy test on home pregnancy kit with first urine sample pf the day. See your doctor if it shows positive. At times one bleeds even after fertilisation but then in your case it appears unlikely since you did not even miss your cycle.
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Hi, My friend had been to Thailand last week, he took full body massage there in massage parlour at the end of massage the girl gave him hand job, and smooched her and he just fingered her, and he didn't done sex with her. Is there anything to worry that any STD'S he may get to contact?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
. Do hiv rna or rt pcr viral load test which can detect hiv virus as early as one week. If it is negative you have to confirm it after doing an elisa test after 3 months.
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I think my wife is two months pregnant. What pills She can use to stop it? She is not interested to become a mother now. please help me sir.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I think my wife is two months pregnant. What pills She can use to stop it? She is not interested to become a mother n...
Get ultrasound scan done and confirm weeks pregnancy. If below 8-9wks and after consulting with wdgynec can abort wdpills. Bt even my suggestions would be to request you to continue pregnancy as in today's era lot of infertility pts coming with money sometimes it's difficult to conceive.
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Trying to conceive. Got my tests done. One test included serum high sensitive crp test. The result was 3.43. Is it something alarming? Will it hinder in my pregnancy struggle.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Trying to conceive. Got my tests done. One test included serum high sensitive crp test. The result was 3.43. Is it so...
CRP is non specific and raised in many conditions. You may be having a minor infection. There's nothing to worry about.
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