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Dr. Sonali C Rawat

MBBS, DGO

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

15 Years Experience
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Dr. Sonali C Rawat MBBS, DGO Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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Dr. Sonali C Rawat is a popular Gynaecologist in Bethany Hospital, Mumbai. He has over 15 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. He is a qualified MBBS, DGO . You can meet Dr. Sonali C Rawat personally at Rawat Maternity & Surgical in Bethany Hospital, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sonali C Rawat on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - B J Medical College Pune - 2003
DGO - Mumbai University - 2009
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Hi Doctor, I'm 35 years old. Mujhe fever hua tha one week pehle. Fever 100 tha but usme meri puri bones me not tolerable pain thi but abhi mai kafi theek hu but ab sirf arms ki bones me dard hota h but jab raat ko soti hu to aisa lagta h mai subah udh nhi paungi kafi weakness lagti h please mujhe guide kre mai kya kru kafi pareshan hu.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi Doctor, I'm 35 years old. Mujhe fever hua tha one week pehle. Fever 100 tha but usme meri puri bones me not tolera...
Take a high protein soft diet like toned milk ,eggs , soy and some fruits and vegetables ,pulses + carbs like wheat/rice. Take a multivitamin tablet like Becosule 1 /day and gradually increase your day to day activities so that you retain your stamina and are able to build it slowly. Take more of liquid diet and less of fats , take some beverage + diluted toned milk every 2 hourly.
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Am a 19 year and I want to know is the ipill is safe to be taken after evry sex? I means if we do sex in a month or in a week so after sex having ipill will it make any kind of harm to my body or any kind or problem in future for me. Is ipill safe for me after having sex with my partner?

Minimal invasive surgery in gynaecology, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Am a 19 year and I want to know is the ipill is safe to be taken after evry sex? I means if we do sex in a month or i...
Repeated use of I pill can cause irregular periods as it has a high does of hormone. It is to be taken only in emergency. If taken routinely, it wil have a higher failure rate.
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Arthritis(Joint Pain) ? Ayurvedic View

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Gurgaon
Arthritis(Joint Pain) ? Ayurvedic View
According to ayurveda there are three doshas- vata, pitta, kapha. When these are in a balanced state we are healthy. Any imbalance in these three doshas leads to diseases in the body.

Vata resides in the colon and colon is therefore primarily responsible for all the vata disorders.

Vata imbalance in the skeletal system (asthi dhatu) causes osteoarthritis.
Vata imbalance with toxins (ama) causes rheumatoid arthritis.
Vata imbalance in blood (rakta dhatu) entering into bony tissue causes gout.

Massage with sesame oil to reduce the vata.

Digestion must be improved so that no further ama is produced. Fasting is very beneficial for digesting the ama. Duration of fasting depends upon the strength of the person, place and season.

Diet-
Consume the foods which are easily digestible and do not make wind or gas.
Vegetable juices and juice of carrot, beetroot and cucumber mixed together is also beneficial.
Green salad, fruits like apples, oranges, grapes and papaya can be taken.
Use of cumin, coriander, ginger, asfoetida, garlic, fennel and turmeric is also helpful.

Dont's-
Avoid eating hot, spicy and fried foods, sweets, wind forming foods like cabbage, cauliflower, spinach and potatoes should be prohibited.
Avoid taking too much tea, coffee, alcohol, white sugar, yogurt, chocolate and cocoa, excessive smoking.
Sleeping during day time, staying up late in the night and mental tensions like worry, anxiety, fear, stress and grief etc, should be given up.
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Meri wife 4 month ki pegnency hai ultiya bhut ho rhi hai eska kya dawa hai please help mee.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Meri wife 4 month ki pegnency hai ultiya bhut ho rhi hai eska kya dawa hai please help mee.
She will fine after below course Tabacu 200 twice a day for 4 days Ars alb 3c 4tims day for WK Ipecac 30 one dose a day for WK.
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Maine sunday ko apne bf k sath sex kiya or sex krte time condom fat gya uske bad mne unwanted 72 li. Ab 2 din se meri vagina se pani sa nikl rha h.Kya m pregnant ho skti hu or y pani sa kyu nikl rha h .kya yeh pregnancy ke sign hai.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Maine sunday ko apne bf k sath sex kiya or sex krte time condom fat gya uske bad mne unwanted 72 li. Ab 2 din se meri...
Discharge from vagina must be due to vaginal infection. Emergency contraceptive pill if taken within 72 hrs of unprotected intercourse has a failure rate of 2% ,if you miss your periods then do your urine pregnancy test.
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I am 23 age of female and got married last November. I am trying to get Baby still not worked. And I get consultation with Sid ha doctor, they said my body very heat and I want to reduce that and given some medicines to reduce. Last 6 months I taking that medicines but still not worked any thing. Is there any problem in my body Also getting my periods on regularly. Kindly advice.

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General Physician, Mumbai
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I will suggest you to do suryanamaskar daily as per your capacity for a minimum of six months and I will suggest you to get your husband semen checked in a laboratory and follow up with reports.
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Premarital Counseling & Reasons Why You Should Do It!

Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Premarital Counseling & Reasons Why You Should Do It!

We as individuals are unique and blessed with independent thoughts and intellect, which help us in making decisions in life. One of the biggest decisions in life that we have to make is choosing a life partner. We may have to go through several proposals and meet lots of people before we are able to make this crucial choice and select an ideal partner to spend the rest of your life with. Many times, such decisions are made sooner and at sometimes we may have to seek the opinion of our friends, relatives and well-wishers to be able to find the perfect match.

In all cases, what really matters is that the relationship that we have build has to be strong enough to last a lifetime and that if there is any problem between the couple, they should be able to resolve it amicably, with understanding and maturity. In order to forge relationships that can last, the beginning of the association has to be crucial. There are a number of ways in which you can ensure that the beginning is smooth and that the rest of your lives are also spent in happiness.

The importance of counselling
In the modern times, when couples expect a lot more than couples of the olden times, it becomes extremely important to make sure that the couplevisits a marriage counsellor in time and is given an opportunity to get to know each other in a better manner. Here are a few ways in which counselling may be a boon for newly acquainted couples who are to get married.

  1. The counselling may help them realise their similarities and also understand what their strong points as a couple
  2. The session of understanding each other may also aid in knowing what they expect from each other in the long term rather than finding out the difficult way.
  3. It may also help in understanding the importance of amicable family relationships and how close and extended families help in the making of long and strong relationships.
  4. The pre-marriage counselling provided to couples also ensures that they are able to get a healthy and transparent forum to be able to know each other and understand what they can expect from life if they are together.

Getting the right kind of help
Although parents and elders usually advise the couple before they get married, it is important to make sure that formal counselling is also received from an expert in the field of psychology. When you choose to go to a worthy and trusted expert, you are able to ensure that the best methods of opening up to each other are used and that the session remains fruitful for the couple as well as their families in the long term.

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

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What Every Guy Should Know About Penis Warts?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
What Every Guy Should Know About Penis Warts?

What Every Guy Should Know About Penis Warts?

When a man sees anything that comes close to resembling a wart on his penis, he might freak right out - and for good reason. Anything that mars the equipment not only has the opportunity to put a damper on his sex life, but the idea of genital warts can really make a man wonder where he got them, what it might mean for his future, and much more. It's important to understand this rather common penis problem and how to handle the issue of penis warts if they do show up.

How common are penis warts?

Though penis warts might seem like a terrifying ordeal, they are actually quite common. Skin warts are caused by HPV, an extremely common virus that most people will be exposed to in their lifetime. In fact, there are over 70 strains of HPV, and though most of them show up with no symptoms at all, some of them do lead to penis warts.

The good news is that penis warts caused by HPV are not a life sentence. In most cases, the immune system fights back and gets rid of the warts within two years of their first appearance. However, the idea of living with warts on the penis for two years can be enough to make a man look for treatment alternatives.

How to treat penis warts?

As with most penis problems, the best way to treat penis warts is to visit the doctor. Once there, a few treatments might be recommended:

1) Prescription creams. Many men will opt for prescription creams, which can lessen the appearance of warts while it helps to shrink them. It will still take a while for them to disappear, but the time a man must live with them can be shortened considerably.

2) Cryotherapy. Men who have dealt with other types of warts, such as those that commonly appear on the hands or feet, will be familiar with this treatment. It involves the use of liquid nitrogen to "freeze" the wart, thus killing it. The wart will then fall off within a short period of time.

3) Electric cauterization. In this treatment, a man is given a local anesthetic to numb any pain, then an electrical current is applied to the area of the wart. The result is killing the wart and just as with the liquid nitrogen, the problem should clear up rather quickly.

4) Watch and wait. Though most men will not like to hear this as an option, many doctors will choose the "watch and wait" policy when it comes to penis warts. This is especially indicated if a man has other problems that might mean he shouldn't undergo treatments, such as an underlying medical condition that might make the treatments dangerous for him. In this case, a man will want to do everything he can to boost his immune system in the hopes that it will take over and eradicate the warts sooner rather than later.

When a man has penis warts, it's best to avoid sexual contact with anyone. This is because even if a man uses a condom, the HPV in his body can be alive and well on the skin elsewhere in the genital area, and that means he can pass the problem on to a partner even if they practice safer sex. HPV vaccinations might be helpful in lowering a man's risk of contracting HPV again. And if a man does choose treatments rather than "watch and wait" methods, he will want to avoid sexual activity during the time it takes the body to heal.

No matter the penis problems a man might face, it pays to keep the penis in excellent health so it can better fight off penis warts and other issues. This can be helped along with a powerful penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). In addition to a wealth of vitamins and nutrients, a guy can also look for a crème that contains alpha lipoic acid, which helps fight excess free radicals that can lead to premature aging of the skin.

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