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Dr. Pallavi Anand

MBBS, CGO, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae

Gynaecologist, Navi Mumbai

16 Years Experience  ·  0 at clinic
Dr. Pallavi Anand MBBS, CGO, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae Gynaecologist, Navi Mumbai
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage....more
I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage.
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Dr. Pallavi Anand is an experienced Gynaecologist in Panvel, Navi Mumbai. She has over 16 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She has completed MBBS, CGO, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae . You can meet Dr. Pallavi Anand personally at Pawal Maternity Clinic in Panvel, Navi Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Pallavi Anand on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Mumbai University. - 2001
CGO - Mumbai University. - 2003
FCPS - Mid. & Gynae - Mumbai University. - 2003
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Maharastra Medical Council

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MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Agra
You need to visit your gp or private obstetrician every four weeks after the first trimester for regular check-ups during pregnancy.
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I have been menstruating for last one month And was diagnosed previously with fibroids My endometrial thickness was 20 mm when I was put on norethisterone 5 mg tds I have taking it for the last 6 days but bleeding is still continuing kindly advise what shud I do next??

M. B. B. S., D. N. B.
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I have been menstruating for last one month And was diagnosed previously with fibroids My endometrial thickness was 2...
Hello lybrate-user, At the age of 48, fibroids present with endometrial thickness 20 mm and bleeding for 1 month, not responding to Norethisterone (I believe you are not missing a single pill. Taking it tds regularly ). I would advice you to undergo D&C that is curetting to check for endometrial histopathology.
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Hello, I want to know symptoms & remedies at the time of menopause. Please give information about it. Thank you.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Hello, I want to know symptoms & remedies at the time of menopause. Please give information about it. Thank you.
• Menopause is the end of a woman's menstrual cycle and fertility. It happens when the ovaries no longer make estrogen and progesterone, two hormones needed for a woman's fertility, and periods have stopped for 1 year. Menopause happens naturally with age. Every woman experiences menopause differently. For some, the symptoms are mild and pass quickly. For others, it’s an explosion of hot flashes and mood swings. • Though frequent workouts haven’t been proven as a means of reducing menopausal symptoms, they can ease the transition by helping to relieve stress and enhance your overall quality of life. Regular exercise is also an excellent way to stave off weight gain and loss of muscle mass—two frequent side effects of menopause. Most healthy women should aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week.Aerobic activity that makes use of your large muscle groups while keeping up your heart rate is a good thing. Your options for cardio are limitless: walking, jogging, biking, and swimming all count.Beginners start with 10 minutes of light activity, • Osteoporosis risk skyrockets following menopause (estrogen is needed to help lay down bone), strength training is especially vital. Strength training exercises will help to build bone and muscle strength, burn body fat, and rev your metabolism. At home, opt for dumbbell sand resistance tubing. In the gym, choose from weight machines or free weights. Select a level that is heavy enough to tax your muscles in 12 repetitions and progress from there. • Yoga and Meditation As no two women experience menopause in the same way, your unique symptoms will tailor your approach to relief. Practice a relaxation technique that works for you—whether it’s deep breathing, yoga, or meditation. Supported and restorative yoga poses may offer some relief. Not only can they help alleviate symptoms like hot flashes, irritability, and fatigue, but these poses can also calm your nerves by centering your mind. • Dancing Exercise shouldn’t be entirely hard work. Packing a calorie-burning cardio session into your routine can be fun and good for your body. If running on a treadmill isn’t your thing, consider a dance class. Dance can help to build muscle and keep you flexible. Look for a style that suits you: jazz, ballet, ballroom, or salsa. . • Vigorous House or Yard Work Half-hearted dusting doesn’t exactly count, but vigorous house or yard work that elevates your heart rate and utilizes your larger muscle groups like quads, glutes, and your core does! This form of aerobic activity will serve you well. If you’re a beginner, start with 10 minutes of light activity, slowly boosting physical intensity as it becomes easier. • Be Realistic Set realistic, attainable, and specific goals to avoid frustration. Don’t simply declare, “I’m going to exercise more.” Tell yourself: “I’ll walk for 30 minutes at lunch three days a week, take a group cycling class, and play tennis with a friend.” Recruit a friend or spouse as a workout buddy to help keep you motivated and accountable. • Get Creative Sure, physical activity is essential, but don’t forget to exercise your creativity! Now is an optimal time to indulge in an artistic outlet. Take a painting art class or join a knitting group to engage in a creative new activity that will give you a sense of achievement and satisfaction and help take your mind off annoying symptoms. • Stay Motivated A woman’s risk for numerous medical conditions, including breast cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease rises during and after menopause. Working out regularly and maintaining a healthy weight can help offset these risks. Physically, there are steps that you can take to manage certain menopausal symptoms. Turn down your thermostat, wear light layers of clothing, and have a fan handy to mitigate hot flashes and night sweats. Homoeopathic medicine KLIMAKTOLAN ( Wilmar Schwabe India) Chew 2 tab 3 times daily for 3 months and consult thereafter.
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I am 24 years married female mine periods date is 3rd November n I had check home urine pregnancy test on 21 November first line was dark n second line was very light. I am having little pain in stomach n back pain a lot headache also n vomiting also .am I pregnant? Should I wait fire the periods time or consult doctor first? Am I pregnant or not?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
I am 24 years married female mine periods date is 3rd November n I had check home urine pregnancy test on 21 November...
Hi lybrate-user, these are signs of early pregnancy, you can confirm it with blood test. If you have little discomfort then it's OK don't worry.
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My period starts 9 days earlier to the normal time, bleeding is very less & no pain is their any problem please guide me what should I do?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My period starts 9 days earlier to the normal time, bleeding is very less & no pain is their any problem please guide...
Normal cycles can vary between 21 days to upto 35 days. If you have short but regular cycles with no other problems there is nothing to worry.
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Hi, I am 25 years old, female weighing 99.2kg I am suffering from PCOS from last 6 years. Now days from 3-4 months I am having swelling and severe pain in ankle and legs.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hi, I am 25 years old, female
weighing 99.2kg
I am suffering from PCOS from last 6 years. Now days from 3-4 months I ...
Dear patient, you need to control your further weight gain first for which you must do 40 mins of brisk walking daily (morning walk or evening walk before dinner) and do following diet control. Along with this homeopathic medications can help you cure this problem from root if taken regularly with detailed case taking, you can consult privately for the same with all your reports till now DO'S AND DONT'S: Avoid a sedentary life. Regular and moderate exercises daily, even for ten minutes will go a long way. Daily fast walking for 45 minutes is helpful to burn calories. Avoid a high fatty diet like cakes, biscuits, candies, chocolates, butter, cheese and sugar. Avoid fried and oily food Do not over-eat. Instead eat frequent small meals, rather than infrequent large meals with unhealthy snacks in between. Eat 3 to 4 moderate meals a day with your main meal in the middle of the day. Eat slowly. Not only will your meal last longer but it will also feel more substantial. Avoid smoking and alcohol as it predisposes a person towards obesity. Replace daily consumption of soft drinks, fruit juices and milk with 10-12 glasses of water. A simple crash diet is never an answer to obesity. Instead a balanced diet with regular exercise is advisable. Think of a permanent change rather than a short term dieting. Walking burns upto 250 calories per hour. Jogging uses about 400 calories per hour. Swimming burns upto 500 calories per hour and playing a game like squash could burn upto 650 calories per hour. Brisk walking at a pace of 120 steps per minute not only helps you to lose weight but also gives your heart and lungs a workout at the same time. DAILY CALORIE REQUIREMENTS: Men with inactive lifestyle : 2400 - 2500 cals Men with active lifestyle : 2800 - 3000cals Men with very active lifestyle : 3400 - 3500 cals Women with inactive lifestyle: 1900 cals Women with active lifestyle: 2150 cals Women with very active lifestyle: 2500 cals DIET CHART: Early morning: (6-7 am) : ? 1-2 glasses of Warm water with the some freshly squeezed lemon juice and after 15-20 mins you can have your morning tea. (preferably green tea) Breakfast: (9-10 am): Poha/upma/brown bread vegetable sandwhich/cornflakes with 1 bowl of seasonal fruits (avoid butter in sandwhich and excessive intake of bananas and chickoo) Lunch: (1-2 pm): it is better to start lunch with a small quantity of salad which can have sprouts into it. It helps your stomach to fill up enough so that you don?t bump into extra rotis when more hungry. It can be followed by 2 rotis, plate of cooked vegetables and 1 cup of dal. You can have 1 small cup of curd of skimmed milk or 1-2 glass of buttermilk. Evening snack: (5-6 pm): 1 cup tea with light snack of 2-3 wheat/oats biscuits. Dinner: 2 rotis (without ghee) with vegetables and brown rice if you want for 2 times/week in small quantities. Avoid curd at night as it causes constipation.
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My wife is 39 years age. She is not getting monthly period since 4 months. We checked for pregnancy. Test is negative. What may be the reason for stopping periods.

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jammu
My wife is 39 years age. She is not getting monthly period since 4 months. We checked for pregnancy. Test is negative...
Sometimes due to a disease called poly cystic ovarian disease the periods are delayed. U should go for an ultra sound to confirm pcod.
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Hello I am 23 years old girl. & I am pregnant right now. Suffering from 5.5 month today. So now at this time can I make some physical relationship with my hubby? If NO, then can I do something (F+ing) to get satisfaction? Is it good for my baby or create some problem?

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
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I am 23 years old girl.
& I am pregnant right now.
Suffering from 5.5 month today.
So now at this time can I ma...
Hello, If you are not having any complications in pregnancy and the placenta is low lying then you can go ahead with physical relationship.
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Pregnancy health Tip

MBBS, DGO, DNB Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Pregnancy health Tip

Consuming ginger substitutes like ginger biscuits, ginger beer or ginger lollies helps in settling a queasy tummy during pregnancy.

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My wife is 23 years and got married with me last 16 oct-2016 Sunday. We had unprotected sex and she took unwanted 72 pill within 72 hrs. She is not getting her menstruation which usually take on 20oct. Now she is having urine burn. Can you pls suggest any medicine to use after 6-7 days pregnancy, if she is getting pregnant.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
My wife is 23 years and got married with me last 16 oct-2016 Sunday. We had unprotected sex and she took unwanted 72 ...
Hi, Chances of pregnancy is very less in this case. Anyway get her urine tested for pregnancy. 2 tsf of Alka 5 Syrup can be taken 3 ties a day for burning micturition.
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I am trying to conceive but unfortunately every time I fail to do so. I am worried about it. Its one year completion of my marriage.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am trying to conceive but unfortunately every time I fail to do so. I am worried about it. Its one year completion ...
DO you have any thyroid, B.P. or PCOD problem (irregular menses). If your cycle is regular, then try conceiving during fertile days of your cycle i.e. about 8th day till 20th day of cycle. Still if not able to conceive within 2-3 months then, consult gyne and get all the basic tests required done.
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I am 21 years old and I m going to a water park in coming 2 day and I am sure I am going to get my mensuration in this 2 days suggest me ways 2 delay it.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ludhiana
You are late for this now as to delay your periods you have to start medicine at least one week earlier to the expected date of period.
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I am 31, I was diagnosed for PCO, I am planning to have baby, can I get pregnant naturally?

MBBS, DGO, Ceritification in Minimal Invasive Surgery
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
I am 31, I was diagnosed for PCO, I am planning to have baby, can I get pregnant naturally?
Hello. You can get pregnant naturally. If you are having irregular periods it would be better to see a gynaecologist and take help. This will improve chances of healthy pregnancy.
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Hello doctor can you tell me please if I do Sex with girl without condom its safe or not? if she already married? answer plSs.

MBBS
Sexologist, Gurdaspur
Without condom. Sex is unsafe. There are chances of getting std's and pregnancy. And if she is already married. Chances are even higher for std's.
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My wife is 7 weeks pregnant. She had mild brown bleeding and then stopped. She is having abdominal cramping along with lower backache. What are her chances of miscarriage.

D A, MBBS
Anesthesiologist, Bangalore
Complete bed rest. No travel. No intercourse wait and watch. Kindly get done a scan too. Is my advice.
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Child Psychology & Teenager Issues

Post graduate in counselling psychology
Psychologist,
Child Psychology & Teenager Issues
Effective Parent to Child Communication Tips - By Child Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo


An effective parent to child conversation can shape the child’s listening, speaking and understanding capabilities whereas an inefficient communication can lead to numerous issues in later years likes like–not listening to their parents, emotional and psychological distancing from parents, teenage problems etc. The way parents speak to their kids and to the people around them show the kids how they should talk back to their parents.

Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo in her practice has found parents generally use three different ways to communicate with their kids. The first one is in an aggressive way. These parents frequently yell and convey punishments. Their children respond in many different ways, mainly they feel fearful, yell back and ignore their parents’ constant orders. The second form of parent and child communication commonly seen is a passive form. These parents mutter soft, cautious words and tones to their kids. Unfortunately these parents are so passive that sometimes when they are pushed to their limits, they suddenly turn their communication into an aggressive tone.

The third way parents can communicate with their kids is in an assertive way, which is the most effective way to communicate with kids at all levels. An assertive way of communicating is firm, consistent, clear, positive, warm and confident. Communicating with kids in an assertive way is a real skill yet it shows your kids that mum and dad know what they’re going on about and to listen.


Psychologist Shivani shares today some of the tips of how parents can talk assertively with their kids so they listen to them and build a healthy listening and understanding capabilities.

1. Try to use positive language– avoid saying “no” or “don’t” to your child, as much as possible. There is no doubt that if we say “Don’t drop your glass of milk” or “Don’t drop the flower vase, I will slap you” your child has that image and thought imbedded in their mind and more times than not, they will drop the glass!

Instead of telling bad circumstances and their bad consequences, try to use words that you want them to do, like “Hold onto milk glass carefully, your glass is very special”. This requires some thought and practice but it will help your child to become thoughtful and more aware about his surroundings

Also never use words that ridicule the child like “you make me feel so ashamed in front of the relatives”, or “you were a bad boy today”. Such language achieves very little rather they develop a feeling of worthless in the child. Positive and kind words help the children to develop confidence, happy feeling and behave better, encourages them to try hard and achieve success.

2. Raise your volume carefully and appropriately – remember when you use volume of your voice appropriately for the majority of the time, raising your voice in an urgent situation will not be ignored. The child will sit up and take notice of his/her mother or father because it doesn’t happen all of the time. How to use volume of your voice appropriately? Here is the check list:-
a. In situations when your child turns emotionally charged, yell at you, never compete with them. Wait till your child calms down and then talk to him/her clearly and express your points firmly with confidence.

b. Never yell from another room, like telling your child to switch off TV from kitchen. This gives the impression that you’re busy and not too serious. Rather walk into the room, join your child for a minute or two and waiting for the commercial break and then ask them to switch off the TV. This will model respectful behaviour in your child and your child will more likely to listen to you as they will know that you really mean to switch off the TV (without your yelling).

3. Express reasons – generally, children activities that parents perceive dangerous or wrong may be perceived as amazing or innovative by the child. Telling your child not to do this or that may subconsciously raise question in their mind that my mother always say ‘NO’ to things that I enjoy doing. Hence it is advisable to express the importance of following an instruction to the child. Like instead of telling your child, “don’t jump on the sofa” you can tell them, “people fall from sofa if they jump on it and if you fall on the floor you will hurt yourself”. Communicating with kids in an assertive way is a real skill yet it shows your kids that mum and dad know what they’re going on about and to listen
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Mera ayurvedic treatment start h Muje pcod h maine sonography karwa jisme right ovarian vol, 14. 9 cc size 37×19×40 mm Left ovarian 14. 4 cc size 40×19×34 mm please batao kya ye normal h please pregnancy hold ho pa rahi please rpy hindi language.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Pune
Mera ayurvedic treatment start h Muje pcod h maine sonography karwa jisme right ovarian vol, 14. 9 cc size 37×19×40 m...
Ramkrishnhari, जी घबराने की जरुरत नहीं .आप प्रेग्नंट हो पाओगी. दही, केला, तली हुई चिजें, फास्ट फूड मत खाओ. रोजाना कमसे कं 1 घंटा पैदल चला करो और रोज घर मे धाडू पोचा नीचे बैठकर हात से करो. स्टीक से नही
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I am having uterine fibroids as per diagnostic reports. So what to do right now? Their size is 35 x 29 mm approx. And other one is 18 mm diameter.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
If you do not have any symptoms like excessive bleeding or irregular bleeding or pain during periods , then the fibroids can be managed conservatively. The size of the fibroids is not important rather it is the symptoms of the patient that will define the treatment.If the fibroids have been picked up as a routine ultrasound finding, then you can follow up with regular ulrasounds every 6 months to make sure that there is no abnormal increase in the size of the fibroids. If the fibroids cause excessive bleeding , excess pain (which cannot be managed with medicines) or increase abnormally in size then only you need to undergo surgery. Also the fibroids tend to decrease in size after menopause.
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I Scare to do sex even after 4 months of marriage as I am scare to do it. I feel pain when I try to do it. What should I do to avoid pain and make my sex life healthy and happy.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
You can use femglide gel to be applied in the vagina, 10 minutes before sex, to make sex easy. Do sex slowly after doing 15 minutes foreplay and don't force penis into vagina.
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