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Suyog Hospital

Gynaecologist Clinic

Akshay Garden, Sambhajinagar, Dhankawadi, Pune Pune
1 Doctor · ₹250
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Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and fin......more
Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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Suyog Hospital is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. Jayashree Shinde, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in Pune. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 53 patients.

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03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

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Akshay Garden, Sambhajinagar, Dhankawadi, Pune
Dhankawadi Pune, Maharashtra
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Hi. My fiancé has 45 days pregnancy and it is detected during the urine test as doctor told. Can you help me the medicine for terminating the pregnancy. Also let me know up to how many days abortion can be done by medications without surgical procedure.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi. My fiancé has 45 days pregnancy and it is detected during the urine test as doctor told. Can you help me the medi...
Medical abortion can be done upto 7 weeks (50 days) of pregnancy, consult a doctor in person, once the duration and location of pregnancy is confirmed by ultrasound she will do the needful.
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If I will undergo hysteroscopy or laparoscopic for removal of my submucosa fibroid how many months after the surgery that I can get pregnant?

Ms - Gynae & Obs, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Jaipur
It all depends on many factorsto get pregnant, like husband semen test, tugal patency, regularity of periods. Hope after fibroid removal you can get pregnant within a year.
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My wife is 1 and half month pregnant but we are not ready for a baby now so wanted to do abortion. Please let me know till what month we can do the same by medication. Which medication to take. Thanks.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Medical abortion can be done upto 7 weeks (50 days) of pregnancy, medicines for medical abortion should be taken under a doctor's supervision. Prior to taking the medicines ultrasound should be done to confirm the duration and location of pregnancy.
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My new born baby girl is just 4 days old and I spotted some vaginal bleeding, kindly consider the request, is there anything to worry about?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Vaginal bleeding in newborn girls is normal ,its due withdrawal of maternal hormones. Just clean it gently and nothing else to be done.
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I did protected sex before 3 days of my period. Now I'm one day late for period. But I'm facing the same symptoms of menstrual like my breasts are paining and I'm having heavy cramps. But I'm worried. I don't want to get pregnant. Please help me know what should I do. I can't go to a gynaecologist.

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Homeopath, Patna
I did protected sex before 3 days of my period.
Now I'm one day late for period.
But I'm facing the same symptoms of ...
Hi, Lybrate user, Possibility of pregnancy is seldom, please. Symptoms resulted is due to stress getting scared of pregnancy. Moreover, go for a pregnancy test. Tk, care.
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How To Manage Insomnia?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Kolkata
How To Manage Insomnia?

Sleep is the most essential part of our lives because it is the time when our body gets rejuvenated and recharged. However, due to numerous reasons, quite a few individuals fail to achieve proper sleep or any sleep at all. This condition in which a person is unable to sleep at night can be termed as insomnia.

Causes of insomnia
There can be varied reasons for different people that can cause insomnia.

  • Unhealthy lifestyle i.e. improper sleep cycle, improper food habits, untimely naps, substance abuse etc.
  • Medical conditions like sinus allergies, gastrointestinal problems, endocrine problems, arthritis, asthma, neurological condition like Parkinson’s disease, chronic back pain etc.
  • Psychological conditions like depression and anxiety
  • Certain medications aimed to cure other health problems

In case of the treatable medical reasons, insomnia is gone once the problem is treated. However, for people who have no idea as to why they suffer from insomnia, here are certain tips that can help in fighting it.

Lifestyle changes to cure insomnia
Starting with a significant lifestyle change can be a great way to change one’s sleep cycles and get a good night’s sleep.

  • Maintain a proper and healthy diet, with more fruits and vegetables and less carbs and fat.
  • Try to sleep and wake up at the same time everyday (despite the fact that you may not feel sleepy). This will train the body and regulate the body clock.
  • Avoid afternoon naps or any short naps during the day.
  • Exercise daily for at least 30 minutes.
  • Avoid caffeine as it has contains properties that keeps a person up for long hours.
  • Avoid intake of alcohol and nicotine. Although alcohol is associated with fun and partying, it is actually a depressant and causes improper sleep.
  • Avoid any meal right before bed time.

Tips that can help

  • Take a good, warm shower right before sleep.
  • Ask your partner to give you a nice massage before bedtime.
  • Restrict bed activities to sleep and sex only, nothing more.
  • Make a really comfortable and inviting sleep environment.
  • Try and get rid of all your worries before going to bed.
  • Reduce stress using a number of stress reduction therapies like meditation, deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation techniques, etc.

Apart from the lifestyle changes and the tips that will help you gain a better sleep, there is another therapy, which may be useful. It is called the cognitive behavioural therapy. This therapy can give essential knowledge about sleep and help achieve normal sleep routines.

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Good & Bad Fats - Understanding More About It!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Pune
Good & Bad Fats - Understanding More About It!

It is a common notion that fats are the major culprits that lead to all the weight problems and that cutting them off entirely from the diet can be a helpful solution. There’s no need to freak out with this information because there is more explanation to it. The truth is we actually cannot live without fats. This is because fats play an important role in a healthy diet. Fatty acids from fats are essential for a healthy skin. Fats also deliver fat-soluble vitamins and are great sources of energy. This is where the part about good fats and bad fats is important, and it is essential to know which fats should be avoided and which are the ones that should be included as a part of your diet. It is also important to know the amount of fat consumption and ways to avoid trans-fats (bad fats) that cause artery clogging. Let’s make a clear classification of the good and the bad fats.

Good Fats

The unsaturated fats are basically the good guys and these include polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids. Both, when eaten in moderation, can help in lowering the risk of heart diseases as the cholesterol levels are reduced.

Polyunsaturated fats can be found mostly in vegetable oils and when substituted for saturated fats, these help in lowering the triglycerides and cholesterol levels in the blood. One such type of polyunsaturated fat with potential heart benefits is omega-3 fatty acid. Omega-3 is present in fish like trout, salmon, catfish etc. They are also found in walnuts and flaxseeds.

Monounsaturated fats also help in reducing heart diseases and a lot of these are consumed by Mediterranean people. These are found in olives, almonds, cashews, avocados, hazelnuts, peanut oil, canola, sesame seeds etc.

Bad Fats

There are essentially two kinds of bad fats, saturated fats and trans fatty acids. Both can cause artery clogs and heart risks because they increase cholesterol content in the blood.

Saturated fats can be found in animal products like high-fat dairy, eggs, meat, poultry skin, vegetable fats like coconut and palm oils etc. There are a number of evidences, which suggest that saturated fats increase the risk of colon and prostate cancer. It is better to consume these in limited quantities to keep your cholesterol levels under check.

Trans fatty acids or trans fats may be naturally occurring fats, which are found in dairy and meat or the artificial ones, which are found in liquid oils that have been hardened into partially hydrogenated fats. The actual worry here are the artificial trans fats. These are used extensively in all sorts of junk food.

This is just the basic understanding about the fats, the ones which are unhealthy and the ones that are healthy for the body.

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Ovulation Induction & Follicular Monitoring - What All Should You Know?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Ovulation Induction & Follicular Monitoring - What All Should You Know?

Irregular ovulation or anovulation (a condition where a woman does not ovulate at all) can be quite agonizing, triggering a host of health problems, including difficulty in conceiving. The irregular ovulation could be an amalgamation of many factors including obesity, thyroid disorders, PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, uncontrolled intake of caffeinated and alcoholic drinks, to name a few. With the advancement of medical science, the problem is no longer a big deal. In this article, we will discuss the role of ovulation induction and follicular monitoring in dealing with irregular ovulation cycles and the related complications.

What is Ovulation Induction?

Ovulation induction comes as a blessing for women who don't ovulate regularly (there is a deviation from the usual pattern of ovulation that takes place before every menstrual cycle). The procedure aims at regularizing the ovulation process. The medications (often hormones are used in the treatment) play a pivotal role in stimulating the follicular development of the ovaries so that healthy eggs are produced, developed, matured and finally released during ovulation. The procedure also benefits women get their menstrual cycles sans the ovulation (Anovulatory Menstrual Cycles). The problem mainly surfaces due to a drop in the progesterone level (a hormone responsible for the uterine lining thickening).

Steps involved

  1. The ovulation induction is an important process that requires a thorough examination and evaluation of the patient to understand their ovulation process, hormonal balance (or imbalance) and all the factors that could be a possible trigger resulting in the ovulation problem.
  2. In the next step, the physician carries out the stimulation of the ovulation process. For this purpose, selected hormones are given to the affected individual either orally or in the form of injections.
  3. The hormones work towards restoring the balance along with follicular development. This stimulation contributes significantly towards maturing an egg and ensuring its release for ovulation to take place.
  4. Through a series of regular pelvic ultrasounds, doctors are able to carefully monitor the development of the follicles along with how well the lining of the uterus thickens, following the ovulation induction.
  5. For those planning to conceive, ovulation induction, with proper monitoring, goes a long way to ensure at least one healthy egg will be available for the fertilization to take place.

Some women can also opt for Intrauterine Insemination, a pathbreaking procedure whereby, the sperm (collected and stored earlier) is injected into the vagina to facilitate the fertilization process.

Downside of the Ovulation Induction
The ovulation induction requires precision and accuracy and should be performed by experienced professionals who know their skill well.

  1. Even a small mistake in the ovulation induction can trigger many complications including Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. The condition can swell up the ovaries with abdominal pain, vomiting, breathing problems (shortness of breath), sudden and rapid weight gain. The ovaries also appear tender with some pain.
  2. Ovulation induction increases the risk of gestational diabetes, hypertension, nausea, to name a few.
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