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Dr. Chaitanya Ganapule

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma in gynaec endoscopy(France), Diploma i...

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Chaitanya Ganapule is an experienced Gynaecologist in Deccan, Pune. She has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 17 years. She has done MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma in gynaec endoscopy(France), Diploma in gynaec pelviscopy(Germany) . You can consult Dr. Chaitanya Ganapule at Pearl Women's Hospital & Yash-IVF in Deccan, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Chaitanya Ganapule on has top trusted Gynaecologists from across India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 28 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Pune and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - B J MEDICAL COLLEGE - 2001
Diploma in gynaec endoscopy(France) - B J MEDICAL COLLEGE - 2001
Diploma in gynaec pelviscopy(Germany) - B J MEDICAL COLLEGE - 2001
Awards and Recognitions
Best Debutant Gynaecologist
Professional Memberships
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
American Society of Reproductive Medicine


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My menstrual cycle was on 14aug to 18aug then there is continuous spotting discharge of red color. I consulted a Dr. N gave me medicine on 6 sept my next menstrual cycle was started till 12 sept n she gave me medicine for 21 days isLEVONORGESTREL & ETHINYL ESTRADIOL TAB I daily takes it. On 14sep I saw urine color was change but I ignored. Yesterday there were red color urine n I also had fever so I take medicine. Why urine color is red? recently ultrasound checkup also exist bt Dr. Said there were nthg wrong.

Homeopath, Secunderabad
My menstrual cycle was on 14aug to 18aug then there is continuous spotting discharge of red color. I consulted a Dr. ...
The symptoms may not be related. You just have to keep observing and repeat some tests like urine routine and CBC. Review with the doctor. Adopt a very healthy life style which will help not only your menstrual cycles but also overall health. Exercising (maintaining an ideal weight) will keep you fit and energetic and will keep many problems at bay.
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I am 48 year May be going through menopausal phase. I am having pain in my right thigh and lower portion of leg, tightness in my breasts. Feeling very tired nowadays. Putting on weight. On the whole not feeling good. Kindly suggest.

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
These are definitely early signs of premenopause, feeling pain in thighs and lower legs can happen due to harmonal changes happening at this stage, you have to understand that the natural oestrogen, starts declining at this time which leads to vasoconstriction which inturns attributes to tightness, numbness, cramps and sometimes hot flushes too, besides feeling of tightness in breasts. That's how the mood changes happens and not feel good factor. You have to either except this change in you positively or go for HRT. Harmonal replacement therapy. However for now start some calcium supplements, and Vit D3, and some uterine toners to help you through this phase.
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Anger is one letter away from Danger

General Physician, Mumbai
Anger is one letter away from Danger
How to control anger? Although the senses require a certain amount of satisfaction, unless regulated they become like wild horses, forcing one to obey their whims. Craving the objects of their satisfaction, the senses take control of the mind and intelligence, leading to frustration and anger when their impossible demands go unmet.From this anger, delusion arises, and from delusion, bewilderment of memory. When memory is bewildered, human intelligence is lost, leaving one in a hell of irrational behavior. As fever is a symptom of some disease in the body, anger is a symptom of ongoing material hankerings. Just as treating fever alone will not cure the disease, treating anger without understanding it to be a symptom of lust will not extinguish the unwanted behavior. To conquer anger, we must first ask how we shall conquer lust

Lord Buddha said that retaining anger is like ‘holding a live coal intending to throw it at someone else.
How can we deal with anger? Thomas Jef­ferson suggests, “When angry, count ten before you speak; if very angry, count hundred.” Con­sciously delaying action is useful in checking angry outbursts.

Humorous but works : When you are angry , pay a handsome amount to a good cause. In this way you would never get angry

When things go wrong, it is natural to feel angry. Yet just because it is natural doesn’t make it desirable. Of course, neither is it desirable to be passive amidst injustices; we need to be assertive and do what we can to set the situation right. But our response should alleviate the problem, not aggravate it.

And anger almost always aggravates the problem. When we become angry, we frequently lose control of ourselves. Or more precisely anger takes control of us using a provocative situation as a front.

And then anger makes us do things that we would never do normally. Things that may break others’ hearts. Things that may become lifelong wounds in our relationships. Things that we may regret for years.

In addition to all these long-term fallouts, anger extracts a heavy cost in the short-term too. After giving us a fleeting feeling of control and power, anger abandons us, embarrassingly and distressingly ensnared in a predicament worse than the original problem.

In fact, anger sometimes does worse than worsening the existing problem. Anger may create an entirely new problem – a problem that is bigger than the original problem. The original problem may might have been an unpleasant situation, but our angry response that starts off as a justified expression of displeasure (“I can’t tolerate such uncleanliness”) soon transmogrifies into a heart-breaking character attack (“You are a lousy fool, a shameless rogue, a wretched curse in my life”).

No wonder the Bhagavad-Gita (16.21) cautions that anger is one of the gates to hell – it propels us into hellish situations even in this world. Therefore the next verse (16.22) urges us to meticulously avoid the insidious influence of anger and thereby become free to act in our enlightened best interests.

The man who has escaped these three gates of hell, O son of Kunti, performs acts conducive to self-realization and thus gradually attains the supreme destination.
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Benefits of Papaya!

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Delhi
Benefits of Papaya!

Is papaya one of your favorite fruit?

If yes , then I must say you have a good taste. Papaya has many vital nutrients and it is best to be served for breakfast. 

Papaya tastes delicious and is healthy as well. This fruit is a package of minerals, calcium, potassium, fiber, flavonoids and carotenoids. It helps in improving cardiovascular health and guards you from colon cancer.

Yes, it is safe to eat papaya during pregnancy, as long as it is ripe.

A well ripened papaya is rich in vitamins C and E. It is also a good source of fiber and folic acid.

Papaya helps to prevent and control constipation and heartburn.

For these reasons, many experts recommend that pregnant women eat moderate amounts of ripe papaya.

Some women make a tonic by blending portions of ripe papaya with milk and honey. This mixture is considered a rich source of nutrients for pregnant and nursing mums.

The Risks of Eating Papaya in Pregnancy

Papaya is indeed good for health and wellness. This is true for normal conditions but pregnancy is an exception. Eating papaya can cause miscarriage or abortion hence it is not regarded as a good option for consuming in pregnancy.

Mango, pineapple, jack fruit and bananas are also avoided by some,

yet they too have excellent nutritional value and no known negative pregnancy-related consequences.

Choosing the right foods, eating a balanced diet, and gaining a moderate amount of weight are all factors that can help your pregnancy go as smoothly as possible.

If you’re still unsure about whether to eat papaya, talk to your Doctor.

Bleeding in Early Pregnancy: Diagnosing Miscarriage

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Bleeding in Early Pregnancy: Diagnosing Miscarriage

Miscarriage is termed as the loss of the fetus in or before 20th week of pregnancy. Medically, miscarriage is known as spontaneous abortion, though the word spontaneous is more of a keyword as it is not an abortion.

Symptoms of Miscarriage
Miscarriage happens due to weakness, back pain, fever, abdominal pain along with severe cramps and bleeding, which starts from slow to heavy.

Cause of Miscarriage
Common cause of miscarriage is when the fetus is known to have fatal genetic problems and these are not related with the mother. The other causes are infection, medical problems like thyroid and diabetes, immune system rejection, hormonal imbalance, abnormalities of the uterus, and physical problems of the mother. If a woman is over 35 years of age, has thyroid and diabetes and had an miscarriage earlier then that woman is at a high risk of getting a miscarriage.

Sometimes a miscarriage might take place due to the cervical insufficiency. This is due to the weak cervix, also known as the incompetent cervix, which is unable to hold the pregnancy. A miscarriage in this condition usually occurs in the second trimester. Though there are a very few symptoms in this, but there might be a feeling of sudden pressure that the water is going to break and tissues from the placenta and fetus are released without any pain. This can however, be treated by a stitch in the cervix at 12 weeks. This stitch helps to hold the cervix until the full term is completed. If it is first pregnancy and cervical insufficiency is diagnosed, then also a stitch can be applied, thus resulting in full term and avoiding miscarriage.

Diagnosis of Miscarriage:

  • The doctor does a pelvic test, an ultrasound and blood tests to confirm a miscarriage
  • Blood tests are done to analyze the pregnancy hormone hCG. This is monitored regularly if miscarriage is suspected
  • Genetic tests, blood tests and medication are important in women who have a history of prior miscarriages
  • Pelvic ultrasound and hysterosalpingography are tests, which are done when there are repeated miscarriages
  • Test like hysteroscopy is also done. In this the doctor observes the inside of the uterus with a device, which is thin telescope like device. This is inserted in the vagina and cervix.
  • If the cervix is dilated, then the woman might be diagnosed with an incompetent cervix and this can be corrected by cerclage, a procedure done to close the cervix.
  • If the blood type of the pregnant woman is Rh negative, she is prescribed a blood product called Rh immune globulin (Rhogam). This prevents from forming, antibodies which could turn to be harmful for the baby.
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My gf and I had a sex and now she is not having her periods her last late was 21 june she has tested with prega news 2 times it is negative what should she do to get periods what medicine should she take please help us.

Homeopath, Faridabad
My gf and I had a sex and now she is not having her periods her last late was 21 june she has tested with prega news ...
Hello, if the pregnancy test is negative, then will have to rule out any other problem as there are many causes of irregular menses apart from pregnancy - nutritional deficiency, pcos, stress/ tension, excessive exertion, any other or recent medical condition, side effect of any medication, hormonal imbalance, etc. So, take her to a gynaecologist for examination and required investigation for coming to the final diagnosis and treatment.
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Hi,Me and my girlfriend had sex last month. After a gap of 10 days of having sex she had her first period. But now its been more than 30 days she is not getting her second period. We are bit tensed. Can she be pregnant? Is there any chance? Please advice.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi,Me and my girlfriend had sex last month. After a gap of 10 days of having sex she had her first period. But now it...
If you have not had sexual contact since last period then no chance of pregnancy, to clear your doubts you can do urine pregnancy test.
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Hi I am 41 years. My breast gets so heavy, hard and painful before my periods every time. I know it happens but its difficult. Any suggestion.

Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi I am 41 years. My breast gets so heavy, hard and painful before my periods every time. I know it happens but its d...
Hi, Apply any analgesic gel and give hot water fomentation which helps to increase the blood circulation and thus relieves the pain. This can be done 3-4 times per day.
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