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Dr. Shetali Pandit

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Shetali Pandit is a renowned Gynaecologist in Andheri West, Mumbai. You can visit her at Om Sai Hospital in Andheri West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shetali Pandit on Lybrate.com.

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Hi. Main 5 years ago cooper T lagwayi hu. Jo 10 years ke liye hai. Last year mujhe pata chala ki cooper T ki thread tut chuki hai. Ultrasound me v thread miss hai but cooper t apne position me hai. Av main worried hu ki without thread cooper t kaise remove hoga. Kya eske liye surgery karwana hota hai. Please suggest me. Mujhe kya karna chahiye. Waise mujhe interly koi problem fill nahi ho raha hai.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi. Main 5 years ago cooper T lagwayi hu. Jo 10 years ke liye hai. Last year mujhe pata chala ki cooper T ki thread t...
Hi, you need to undergo a procedure where your gynaecologist will take out the copper-t without thread with the help of an instrument or equipment which is specially designed for removing cooper-t without thread and is done under general anaesthesia. Consult a gynaceologist.
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Me and my partner want to have anal sex but whenever we try we failed plzz suggest us what to do.

MBBS
General Physician, Chennai
You may need a lubricant as she might be contrcting the anus put your fingers first to give her the feeling witha lubricant then do the insertion part you will definitely do it.
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How Much Should You Pee Daily?

LCPS, BAM&S
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Pune
How Much Should You Pee Daily?

While most of us think of peeing nothing more than a routine, there is a lot more science to it. There are definitely various factors which decide how much a person pees. It is normal for a healthy person to urinate between 4 to 10 times in a span of 24 hours. However, both less than this and more than this can be an indicator of ill health.

Also, the kidneys remove a lot of toxins and what is present in the urine is a definite indicator of overall health. It is not without reason that a urine analysis is done when any disease is suspected.

Factors determining urine output:

  1. Age: Infants pee a lot more than adults, who have more control over their peeing. With old age, again, the frequency increases.
  2. Water consumption: This is directly related to the frequency of urination. More water, more urination.
  3. Liquid consumption: Not all that you drink translates to urine. Caffeine and alcohol increase urine output. Caffeine is found in tea, coffee, sports and energy drinks, etc.
  4. Bladder size: Some people inherently have a smaller bladder size, and therefore cannot retain more urine. They will visit the bathroom more often. The maximum capacity is about 1.5 L.
  5. Conditions like pregnancy: Needless to say, as pregnancy advances, the frequency of urination increases. This is due to pressure on the bladder from the growing baby. Even after delivery, the frequency will be more for up to 8 weeks.
  6. Medication usage: For people with heart disease, kidney disease, and blood pressure, diuretics are given, which is intended to increase urine output. These people will have more urine output.
  7. Conditions like diabetes: One of the first warning signs of diabetes is the increased frequency of urination. Diabetics often have a greater number of visits to the bathroom.
  8. Conditions like urinary tract infection: Wherever the urinary tract is affected, it is likely to have more visits to the bathroom. Other associated factors like changes in color, odor, appearance and burning sensation while urination, can also indicate the underlying problem.
  9. Problems like prostate enlargement: This is one condition in men which can reduce urine output. The enlarged prostate blocks the prostate and so reduces urine output.
  10. Urinary incontinence: This issue, more common in women, is when the bladder muscles weaken with age. There is difficulty in holding urine for prolonged periods, and so there is a greater urge to urinate.

So, how much is normal?

  1. Anywhere between 6 to 10 times is normal for a person who drinks about 2 liters of water per day.
  2. Less than four or more than 10 is usually a cause for concern. This is of course if there are none of the above factors which can increase or decrease output. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.
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After urine and other tests, doctor said that I am pregnant from last 20 days. Please recommend me a proper medicine to get rid of this?

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
After urine and other tests, doctor said that I am pregnant from last 20 days. Please recommend me a proper medicine ...
It is very risky to take medicine without the gynaecologist supervision. Kindly contact a gynaecologist and take medicine immediately.
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Women: Keep Your Lady Parts Healthy

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Women: Keep Your Lady Parts Healthy (And Happy)

Every part of the body needs care in order for the entire body to work properly. And one of the most intimate parts on a woman?s body, should be no different. See some simple, but effective tips for vaginal health.

1. Wash with warm water only.
Maybe this may sound strange but PSA: your vagina hates soap! A healthy woman?s vagina stays quite clean on its own without the help of harsh chemicals and cleansers. Like many parts of the body, your vagina has a pH level that needs to be maintained. Soap and other cleansers such as douches or feminine sprays not only create an imbalance in your pH often causing the growth of unhealthy bacteria, they rid your lady parts of the good bacteria that helps you fight off infections! So ladies, lets not underestimate the power of H2O.
2. Stay EXTRA clean during your period.
Your chances of getting a vaginal infection increases when you are menstruating due to the blood and pH imbalance that comes because of it. When your time of the month comes make sure you are being even more cautious of your hygiene habits, especially when it comes to how long you are wearing sanitary items. Make sure you are changing your tampons and pads several times a day.
3. Wear cotton underwear.
Cotton underwear dries quickly and allows air to flow freely through the fabric. This prevents the development of damp conditions that promote the growth of yeast and unhealthy bacteria that might lead to an infection. Underwear made from synthetic fabrics, silk, lace or other materials doesn?t breathe as well. F you like wearing underwear made from fabrics other than cotton, make sure the section of the underwear that will be touching your vagina has a cotton liner.
4. Pee after sex.
At the very least, pee after sex, even if you intend on washing, too. When you have sex, unwanted bacteria can travel up the urethra, which is connected to your bladder. Peeing after sex can help flush the bacteria out of the vaginal area, promoting general health and helping you avoid UTIs.
5. Eat lots of fruit.
Cranberries, pineapples, strawberries and other fruits help to freshen the smell of the liquids secreted by the vagina. Eating fruits won?t make your vagina smell like a tropical island, but it can help you develop a more pleasant scent if that?s something you?re concerned about. Fruit also has a high water content, and staying hydrated helps flush the body of toxins that can lead to bad smells.
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My vagina is itching too badly please tell me ita home cures or tell me the name of vagina itch relief cream.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Vaginal itching is usually due to fungal infection. So try using candid-B cream twice daily locally for seven days.
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During intercourse when her husband drop sperm it comes out back. What's the problem?

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
During intercourse when her husband drop sperm it comes out back. What's the problem?
Please note that its common for some seminal fluid to come out back. If you are having problem in conceiving A semen Analysis needs to be done along with USG of lower abdomen for her. Based on the same treatment would be suggested
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My last menstrual cycle went on 6th of may and from then I cannot get my periods I'm not pregnant either what is the cause I've done a test a week ago that is 14th June is there any medication.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My last menstrual cycle went on 6th of may and from then I cannot get my periods I'm not pregnant either what is the ...
Hi, it may be due to stress, anxiety, anemia, malnutrition. Tk plenty of water to dilute your blood and to hydrate yourself. Tk, digestible diet on time. Tk, apples, carrots, cheese, milk, papaya, spinach, regularly. Tk, homoeo medicne, gentle, rapid in action with no adverse effect. @ pulsatilla 30-6 polls, thrice a day. @ alfalfaq-10 drops, thrice with little water. Avoid, caffeine, junkfood, pollution, dust. Tk care, revert after 7 days.
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Hi doctor I'm 4 and a half month pregnant I consulted my doctor she gave me a tablet name called vetocal-z after eating it I get stomach burning and from two days in suffering from lose motion I fell very tried is it any problem wil it affect my baby please give me some solution.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Hi doctor I'm 4 and a half month pregnant I consulted my doctor she gave me a tablet name called vetocal-z after eati...
Hi, Vetocal Z is Calcium with Vitamin D, which is very important for you and the baby. Yes, it can sometimes cause acidity. But I doubt that it is the cause for the loose motions. The tablet or the loose motions will not affect the baby in any way. Have plenty of liquids, water, tender coconut, buttermilk etc You can ask for change of brand if the said tablet is causing too much acidity. But acidity occurs due to pregnancy also. Have bland food for few days, that will help. Take care, and enjoy the pregnancy
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I am 25 years old my periods are irregular from stat some time 15 days late and some time perfect time or 2 to 3 months I had a baby girl 1. 5 years old she was born 2. 7 kg. Is this affect my second child.

M.D. - Ayurveda, B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine& Surgery), N.D.D.Y(Diploma in Naturopathy,Diploma in Yoga)
Ayurveda, Pune
I am 25 years old my periods are irregular from stat some time 15 days late and some time perfect time or 2 to 3 mont...
U should get a scan done. Irregular menses might persist for few months after delivery but normalise within 6-8 months. You need a check up with your doctor.
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