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Dr. Varsha N. Pai Dhungat

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Varsha N. Pai Dhungat is a trusted Gynaecologist in V P ROAD, Mumbai. She is currently associated with Dr Pai Dhubgat Maternity Nursing Home in V P ROAD, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Varsha N. Pai Dhungat on Lybrate.com.

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I have a unprotected gay sex I had anal sex with a guy but I have some doubt about my std situation if I want to test for chlamydia what should I need to do.

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Homeopath, Sindhudurg
I have a unprotected gay sex I had anal sex with a guy but I have some doubt about my std situation if I want to test...
1. Genital herpes---------4-6 weeks. 2. Hiv------9-11 days. 3-oral herpes------------------4-6 weeks4. Hepatitis c---------8-9 weeks. 5. Hepatitis b---------6 weeks. 6. Hepatitis a--------2-7 weeks. 7. Syphilis-------------3-6 weeks. 8. Gonorrhea---------2-6 days. 9. Chlamydia-------------1-5 days. Accordingly get checked to all and then relax.
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Which time is best for pregnancy test in laboratory ?And when will be the perfect pregnancy test will come either it positive or negative?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Which time is best for pregnancy test in laboratory ?And when will be the perfect pregnancy test will come either it ...
If cycle is regular positive results can be seen after skipping the cycle for two days negative results need repeat test positive is never false.
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Hey, I would like to know about precum. These precum contain sperms? If precum comes in contact with vagina, are there any chances of pregnancy?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hey, I would like to know about precum. These precum contain sperms?
If precum comes in contact with vagina, are ther...
yes, women can get pregnant it's better to be cautious about reproductive health through good books or counselor to avoid unwanted pregnancy.
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I am pregnant 4 months and twins. Is this possible for normal delivery. Can I feed both kids sufficient ly. I am ready to do any thing for them. For normal delivery and feeding. What food should I take now for feeding and yoga I need to do for normal delivery. Pld help me on this. It would be great help for me and my kids also.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
I am pregnant 4 months and twins. Is this possible for normal delivery. Can I feed both kids sufficient ly. I am read...
Congratulations for your pregnancy. What you are asking about normal (Vaginal) delivery is something which can be decided only when you go in labor. With twin pregnancy there is a high risk of delivery before TERM (i.e 37 weeks ).In Twin pregnancy, at delivery, the situations can be different for the babies. The position of the babies at delivery determines whether they will deliver normally. Normal position of the baby means when baby is head down in your body. If the baby at the time of delivery is in any position other than this, then there are high chances of a cesarean. At times, after the vaginal delivery of the first baby, the second of twin moves and its position may change to an abnormal one. In such instances, cesarean may also be required for the second baby's birth. So considering all this it would be prudent to leave the decision to the attending gynecologist and and baby. Since premature delivery is a possibility, it would be better to register yourself with a hospital where care of premature babies is available 24/4 and operative delivery (Cesarean section) can be done anytime. In twin pregnancies, usually the babies are NOT very big, so taking adequate nutrition, rest and medicines will help them achieve the best possible growth to help themselves when they are born. Proteins are the building blocks of life, and hence protein rich food like daal, legumes, and meat milk etc can help supply these. Doing Yoga may make your body more flexible but IT does not guarantee normal delivery. So do it only if you like it and are not exhausted by it, that too under guidance from your doctor. Having a good nutritious diet will keep you fit to have a good care for self and baby. Take iron rich foods to maintain good hemoglobin, as there are chances of excess blood loss during twin pregnancy delivery. While having a bath, take care of your nipples, lightly hold them and pull them outwards to prevent retraction. Wishing you all the very best for a joyous pregnancy.
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I am three and half month pregnant I feel headache not in everyday day when I use jhandu blam I feel good that is safe in pregnancy if not what can I do for headache.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DYA (DIPLOMA IN YOG & AYURVED), D.I.H.M (DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT)
Ayurveda, Nashik
I am three and half month pregnant I feel headache not in everyday day when I use jhandu blam I feel good that is saf...
External application is safe but try to avoid it if you have constipation treat it first. Eat black dry grapes 25 gm at bed time daily it will help you in headache.
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How Can You Prevent Fallopian Tube Cancer At An Early Age?

MBBS, M.S., MCh - Surgical Oncology
Oncologist, Bangalore
How Can You Prevent Fallopian Tube Cancer At An Early Age?

Fallopian tube cancer is a rare type of cancer observed among women. It originates in the fallopian tubes which connect the uterus and the ovary. Usually the cells in our body grow and split up to replace damaged or old cells. This growth is regulated by the body, and once it has produced enough cells to substitute the old ones, normal cells stop splitting up. Problem occurs when this procedure is disrupted due to abnormal and uncontrolled growth of the cells, resulting in the formation of a mass of tissues known as a tumor.

Fallopian tube cancer occurs when an unusual or abnormal growth of the malignant cells is observed in one or both of the fallopian tubes. A majority of these cancers are papillary serous adenocarcinomas which typically originate in postmenopausal women. Although the cause behind fallopian tube cancer has not been determined yet, early symptoms include- unexplained bleeding from the vagina, white or pink discharge from the vagina, pain or swelling in the lower abdomen etc. Treatment for fallopian tube cancer depends on a number of factors such as symptoms, diagnosis, genetic and medical history, stage of the cancer. However, cancer treatments can be very strenuous and emotionally draining, so the best way to fight cancer is to prevent it from the very beginning.

If you’re diagnosed at an early age, you may be able to steer away from the cancer following these tips-

  1. Healthy diet- Eating healthy can reduce your chances of being affected with cancer. Consumption of adequate protein (20-30 grams per meal) and healthy fat like dairy products, fishes rich in omega 3 can help your hormones stay balanced.
  2. Exercise- Exercise or any sort of physical activity can optimise your hormone levels and help you reduce weight, which in turn lower the risk of obesity. It also helps reduce chances of ovarian cancer or any reproductive cancer among women.
  3. Managing your stress level- Stress adversely affects your hormones. Indulging in activities like yoga and meditation reduces your stress level and helps normalize the hormones responsible for causing stress. Stress is an agent that promotes inflammation in the body, a major cause of cancer. So the idea is to manage stress effectively, which in turn would lower inflammation.
  4. Gynecologic surgery- If you encounter any hormonal imbalance or complication, you should immediately go for a checkup. Before the condition gets worse, it is advisable to have the condition removed. If you’ve had any gynecologic surgery such as a tubal ligation or hysterectomy, there’s a good chance that you may not develop this type of cancer. Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure where the uterus or cervix is removed. Tubal ligation, on the other hand, is a method of surgically tying the fallopian tubes. In some cases where the patient is at a greater risk of developing fallopian tube cancer, the doctor may recommend removal of both the fallopian tubes and the ovary by performing salpingo-oophorectomy.

Cancer treatment can be very expensive and upsetting for the patient as well as his/her loved ones. These tips will guide you through and help you prevent cancer at the very early age.

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

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I got married in march 2013 but not get a baby till now what we should do ? please help

MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
I  got married in march 2013 but not get a baby till now what we should do ? please help
try if your cycle is regular then take chance on mid of cycle,. say your cycle start on 1st then try help between 12-17.during this period you have maximum chance. but it may happen at any time. it will. welcome. get semen test done
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FRAS, MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Ernakulam
How Can I Have Comfortable Sex During Pregnancy?

As your pregnancy progresses, changing positions may become necessary for your comfort. After the fourth month of pregnancy a woman may notice feeling dizzy or nauseated while lying flat on her back. This is related to the weight of the growing uterus pressing on major blood vessels. Positions may need to be altered at this time.

A water-based lubricant may be used during intercourse if necessary.

During intercourse, you should not feel pain. During orgasm, your uterus will contract. If you have any contractions that are painful or regular, contact your doctor. Also, discontinue intercourse and call your doctor immediately if you have heavy vaginal bleeding (light spotting is normal) or if your water breaks (nothing should enter the vagina after your water breaks).

Talking to your partner about how you are feeling about sex and any concerns you have will help you stay comfortable. Also, encourage your partner to communicate with you, especially if you notice changes in your partner's responsiveness. Communicating can help you both better understand your feelings and desires.
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