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Dr. Vidhi

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Vidhi is a popular Gynaecologist in Malad West, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Vidhi personally at Zenith Hospital in Malad West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Vidhi on Lybrate.com.

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I am 25 year old unmarried female. I have not received my periods. Last date was 10 jan, 18. My height 5'3" and weight 65. I do zumba and yoga regularly. Kindly provide me solution for periods. I check my ultra monograph and report is normal but I have cyst. Therefore, I am worried for that. After working out I am unable lose my weight. Reply asap. Thanks in advance.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I am 25 year old unmarried female.
 I have not received my periods. Last date was 10 jan, 18. My height 5'3" and weig...
The cyst is the reason for irregular or absent menses... And taking medicine to bring period which are hormonal in nature will harm you more... Instead take Homoeopathic treatment to cure the cyst permanently and then your periods will become regular.. Also there are no side effects of Homoeopathy... You can consult me through lybrate..
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I am 35 years old and have irregular cycle like 21,25,28 with 3 to 5 days bleeding from last 3-4 months. My periods was begins on 31st Jan and finished on 2nd of Feb. I had sex on 6th of February as I thought its safe but now I am sacred that will I get pregnant. Pls help.

MS Human Sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (Behaviour Modification), Certified In Treatment of Resistant Depression
Sexologist, Hyderabad
I am 35 years old and have irregular cycle like 21,25,28 with 3 to 5 days bleeding from last 3-4 months. My periods w...
Well any emergency contraceptive should be taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex. Now you will have to do a home pregnancy test after about three weeks and if you want to know immediately you can do a blood test. Al, the best and use protection in future to avoid stress and unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
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STDs - Why Regular Testing Is Important?

MBBS
Sexologist, Jaipur
STDs - Why Regular Testing Is Important?

STIs or sexually transmitted diseases are infections whose transmission to a healthy person from an infected person happens through sexual contact. However, with modern medicine and diagnostic techniques, there are ways to prevent, detect and cure them effectively and quickly.
Not all diseases are curable though and it is best to follow preventive measures. Also, for sexually active adults it is an absolute necessity to get tested regularly for their health as well as the well-being of their partners.
Why do people tend to avoid getting tested for STIs or sexually transmitted infections?
One of the major factors that avert people from regular tests is the social stigma attached with sexually transmitted diseases. It is absolutely imperative for sexually active adults to go for regular checkups so that if they have any infections or diseases, it can be diagnosed quickly and remedial measure can be taken appropriately.
The benefits of regular checkups
Some of the benefits of regular checkups are mentioned here:-

  • Regular checkups can detect problems at a stage when the conditions may not have progressed too much and this will make it easily treatable.
  • With HIV positive patients, the quicker the testing gets done the quicker the treatment can be started. Thus, can prevent the onset of AIDS.
  • Regular checkups can control the progression of the diseases such as Chlamydia, which if left untreated can cause permanent infertility.
  • Getting a prospective partner tested is also a good idea as this can enable one to protect themselves from STIs.
  • Symptoms for certain STIs can be similar to many other non-sexual or non-venereal diseases. Thus getting tests done is the only way to get to know if there is an STI or if it is some other nonsexual disease.
  • HPV or Human Papilloma Virus can be detected easily with regular STI checkups and thus appropriate treatment can be started. If HPV isn't detected early, it can manifest much later in the form of cancer, which makes it more important to get yourself checked early on. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.
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I had unprotected sex one jan 7 and within 8 hrs I took an ipill. I had bleeding on jan 15. The thing is I still haven't got my period. I am worried, please help me with this.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I had unprotected sex one jan 7 and within 8 hrs I took an ipill. I had bleeding on jan 15. The thing is I still have...
As you got post i pill withdrawal bleeding on 15/1 now u should expect your period counting that as your last period.
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Dear doctors, Please let me know whether my wife can take a thyroid test during her second day of her periods.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Dear doctors, Please let me know whether my wife can take a thyroid test during her second day of her periods.
Hi lybrate user. There is no suitable day or time for a thyroid test. Its preferable to do it early morning though but no restriction regarding the days, as such.
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Sex During Pregnancy - 5 Things You Must Know!

GAMS-Ayurveda, MD-TCM
Sexologist, Faridabad
Sex During Pregnancy - 5 Things You Must Know!

Making love during pregnancy is a safe bet and can be carried on till one’s water breaks. Studies in the past have shown that a normal pregnancy is not related to infections and miscarriages. It has also been established that sex during pregnancy is not related to premature birth. On the contrary, a good sex life during pregnancy helps to reduce mood swings and keeps a woman healthy and cheerful. Here are five facts that you should know about sex during pregnancy:

  1. Does sex harm the baby? The womb is protected by the thick muscles of the uterus and the amniotic sac. Furthermore, the cervix is safeguarded by the mucus plug. These ensure that the baby doesn’t get hurt while making love. In the midst of an orgasm, if you get a feeling that the baby is moving, it happens primarily because of the heart pounding faster. This being said, you might have to skip sex in the following cases:
    • You have placenta praevia
    • You start bleeding
    • Your water breaks
    • You suffer from cramps and pain in the abdomen
    • Your partner is suffering from genital herpes
  2. How does sex feel during pregnancy? While an increased flow of blood in the pelvic region heightens the lovemaking experience for many, some complain that it leaves them with a bad feeling. There is yet another segment of women who complaints of a less powerful orgasm during pregnancy. At times pregnant women might feel pain if the penetration is deep. Even abdominal cramps are not uncommon during this condition. To sum up, the feeling of sex greatly varies from individual to individual.
  3. Is a complete lack of sex normal during pregnancy? Yes, it is absolutely normal. Many women suffer from nausea and tiredness during the first three months of pregnancy, limiting their urge for sex. At times pregnancy hormones become responsible for the libido. But, mostly it is the state of mind of an individual that becomes a barrier. Women suffering from relationship issues are the ones who suffer from a lack of sex.
  4. Does your husband’s libido suffer too? It is not uncommon, to say the least. Some of the common apprehension that a male partner suffers from include the following:
    • Fear of hurting the wife
    • Apprehension about the baby’s health
    • The consciousness of making love in the child’s presence
    • Apprehensions about upcoming parenthood
  5. Is there any risk involved in oral sex? Absolutely none, oral sex is considered to be one of the safest of sex options during pregnancy. If the fear of hurting the wife looms large, it is the best way to express one’s love. However, it should be ensured that your husband does not blow air in the vagina. This might lead to blood vessel blockage. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.
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Penis Enlargement Does It Work

MS Human Sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (Behaviour Modification), Certified In Treatment of Resistant Depression, Certificate course to be Sexuality Educator
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Penis Enlargement Does It Work

" I think there isn't a guy in the world who hasn't wished his penis were an inch or two longer.

However, after more than a century of generally dubious and sometimes lunatic penis enlargement attempts, there's still not much you can do. Sure, there are lots and lots of supposed options out there -- penis pills, creams, brutal stretching exercises, horrific-looking devices, and penis surgery. Almost none of it works. The few approaches that can work often have modest benefits and serious side effects. How serious? in some cases, erectile dysfunction-serious.

" trust me, if I knew of a way to safely and effectively increase penis size, urologist would be a billionaire.

Still, common sense doesn't stop size-obsessed guys from trying very sketchy treatments on a vital part of their anatomy -- and risking a lot in the process.

How small is a small penis?

Think you're smaller than average? you're probably not.

The typical erect penis is usually 5 to 6 inches long with a circumference of 4 to 5 inches. There's more variation in the size of flaccid penises.

Some guys are genuinely smaller than that. In rare cases, genetics and hormone problems cause a condition called micropenis -- an erect penis of under 3 inches. Sometimes peyronie's disease or prostate cancer surgery can reduce a guy's size.

But studies show that most of the guys seeking penis enlargement are average-sized. They just think they're below average.

Why? part of it is perspective. It's very hard to gauge the size of your own penis -- looking down, you've got a bad angle.

Psychology plays a role, too. Some average-sized guys become obsessed with the idea that they're too small. There's even a psychiatric diagnosis: penile dysmorphic disorder. It's similar to the perceptual distortion of anorexics who think they're fat no matter how thin they get.

According to one study, the majority of men who get penis enlargement surgery have this condition. They're also the least satisfied with the results.

What works: weight loss

There is one safe and effective method for getting a larger-looking penis: weight loss.

" a lot of men who think that they have a small penis are overweight.

Losing weight will reveal more of that hidden shaft that's buried beneath belly fat. It doesn't actually increase your size, but it will look that way.

For guys who would rather have a surgical procedure than eat less, liposuction of the fat pad around the penis can work. Still, the effects aren't permanent -- if you don't change your eating habits, your penis will once again sink into your belly, like a pier at high tide.

Penis enlargement: pills, creams, and devices

What else is there? here's a rundown of some unproven options to increase penis size.

The vacuum pump. This is a cylinder that sucks out air. You stick your penis in and the resulting vacuum draws extra blood into it, making it erect and a little bigger. You then clamp off the penis with a tight ring -- like a tourniquet -- to keep the blood from leaking back into your body. What are the drawbacks? the effect only lasts as long as you have the ring on. Using it for more than 20 to 30 minutes can cause tissue damage. This is sometimes used as a treatment for erectile dysfunction, but has not been proven to actually increase the size of the penis.
    Stretching with weights. Weights or stretching exercises won't bulk up your penis -- it's not a muscle. But hanging weights off your flaccid penis may stretch it a bit. The catch is that it requires a freakish degree of dedication" you might have to wear a weight strapped to your penis eight hours a day for six months, at the end of it, you could be lucky enough to gain about half an inch. Risks include tearing of the tissue, burst blood vessels, and other problems.
    Pills, supplements, ointments, and creams. They don't work. None of them" I think it's safe to say that all of that stuff is complete nonsense.
    
    Penis enlargement surgery

    What about surgery? there are two basic penis enlargement surgeries.

    
    Lengthening the penis. The most common procedure is to cut the ligament that connects the penis to the pelvic bone. This allows a little more of the shaft -- on average less than an inch -- to become visible outside the body. It's not really lengthening the penis so much as revealing more of what's usually hidden. To prevent the ligament from reattaching, a guy would need weights or stretching devices daily for about six months.
    Widening the penis. For men who think their penis is too thin, more controversial procedures can thicken it using implanted fat, silicone, or tissue grafts.
    
    The american urologic association states that these procedures have not been shown to be safe or effective for increasing the thickness or length of the penis in an adult.

    One newer -- and possibly lower-risk -- procedure may work for certain men. In some cases, the scrotum attaches high up on the shaft of the penis. Partially disconnecting the scrotum can reveal more of the shaft, making the penis look longer and they are very expensive.
    
    
    Penis enlargement surgery risks

    Before you take out a penile improvement loan and unbuckle your pants, consider the risks of lengthening or widening surgery.

    There are no well-studied approaches. No major medical organization approves of these surgeries. Some guys opt to travel to other countries for treatments that aren't approved in the u. S. If that thought has crossed your mind, slow down -- it's time to have a frank talk with your doctor about the risks you'd be taking.

    The side effects of lengthening surgeries are numerous and include infections, nerve damage, reduced sensitivity, and difficulty getting an erection. Perhaps most disturbing, scarring can leave you with a penis that's shorter than what you started with. Widening the penis is even more controversial. Side effects can be unsightly -- a lumpy, bumpy, uneven penis.

    The few studies that have been done aren't encouraging. The european urologystudy looked at 42 men who had procedures to lengthen their penises by cutting the suspensory ligament and found that only 35% were satisfied with the results. Half went on to get more surgery.

    Reconsidering penis enlargement

    Wishing you were a little bigger is common. If it's becoming a fixation, stop and think before you do something rash.

    Talking to a doctor or a sexologist can help. Research has found that when a doctor honestly reassures a guy that his penis is average-sized, he is likely to stop searching for surgery.

    You also need to be on guard against phony claims for miracle penis enlargement.

" the main target for penis enlargement advertising is insecure guys who think all their power lies in their penises" these guys are easy victims"
    
    
    Reconsidering penis enlargement

    Wishing you were a little bigger is common. If it's becoming a fixation, stop and think before you do something rash.

    Talking to a doctor or a sexologist can help. Research has found that when a doctor honestly reassures a guy that his penis is average-sized, he is likely to stop searching for surgery.

    You also need to be on guard against phony claims for miracle penis enlargement.

" the main target for penis enlargement advertising is insecure guys who think all their power lies in their penises" these guys are easy victims.

" when it comes to penis size, being average is really where you want to be" having a penis that's too big can be a much larger problem -- pun unintended -- than one that's too small" for guys who are too big for their partners, oral or vaginal sex can be difficult.

" size really doesn't matter nearly as much as being a good and creative lover"
    
    
" how you use your brains, your hands, your mouth, and everything else -- that's what counts in the bedroom"
    
    
    So consider: a quest for a bigger penis could leave you with a lumpy, bruised, discolored, thickened, painful, dysfunctional member. (not to mention a drained bank account.) does risking the inches you have for the hope of an extra half inch make sense?

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Pregnant ke liye koi advice de sakte hai please. Hum regular sex karte hai kya ye galat hai. Aur mujhe period irregular the to uski dawa(medicine) bhi li . Please advice.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Certified IVF Specialist
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Your irregular periods seem to be the reason for infertility and you should do usg and blood tests to determine reason. Removal of appendix sometimes can damage tubes hence tubal testing should be done. Regular Sex is healthy and would enhance chances of conception. Try to increase frequency during your fertile periods, usually between day 10 n day 18 of cycle if regular 27-28 day cycle
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Two days missed period today am I pregnant should I do test it's my second time pregnancy won to get.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Two days missed period today am I pregnant should I do test it's my second time pregnancy won to get.
Dear user. I can understand. If you have irregular period or are not sure when you ovulated, you can do a URINE HOME PREGNANCY TEST 14 days after you last had unprotected sex. However for accuracy of result, it is recommended to do the test 21 days after intercourse. To TEST PREGNANCY AT HOME simply add urine to a small piece of soap, if froth forms, or if the soap bubbles up, the test is positive. Mix ¼ cup of tuna juice and ¼ cup of vinegar in a plastic cup. Now pee in a separate cup and then add your urine to this mixture. After a few minutes, if the color changes to green, then you are pregnant. Take care.
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