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Dr. Dipali A Sarwade

Gynaecologist, Pune

300 at clinic
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Dr. Dipali A Sarwade is an experienced Gynaecologist in Wakad, Pune. You can visit her at Dr Sarwade's Gynaec and Skin Clinic,Wakad in Wakad, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Dipali A Sarwade and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Dr Sarwade's Gynaec and Skin Clinic,Wakad

B-102,Shiv parvati Apartment,Opp Rk Life space,Near ashturkar pathology lab,Green Drive Road,WakadPune Get Directions
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My daughter 33 years old unmarried has fibroid in the womb. It is about 3cm in size. Is there any danger to conceived and to get pregnant? Is it life threatening if not treated?

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My daughter 33 years old unmarried has fibroid in the womb. It is about 3cm in size. Is there any danger to conceived...
It is not life threatening unless not growing in size. It may take time for her to conceive naturally or may cause miscarriage but not necessarily, so need to consult gynecologist before conception.
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Gud afternoon sir, I have period last month on 16 date, but this time there are no periods yet, We are not trying for baby and had not intimate, But my stomach is very acute. Kindly tell me what to do.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Gud afternoon sir,
I have period last month on 16 date, but this time there are no periods yet,
We are not trying for...
Acute gastritis is a sudden inflammation or swelling in the lining of the stomach. Gastritis only directly affects the stomach, while gastroenteritis affects both the stomach and the intestines. The most common causes Don't worry its better to consult doctor.
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I am married person and my neighbour is also married but we did intercourse with protection and I am not aware that she is HIV positive or not. So what is chance of getting STD with such intercourse?

MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi, as you mentioned that you are not sure weather your neighbour is HIV positive or not, and you have protected sex (by using condom, if condom stay intact / not ruptured, then chance of HIV transmission are negligible ), if you have any more questions, you can ask.
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Hi, I am 26 yrs old male. During sex the condom broke out within the 24 hrs a tablet of unwanted 72 has been taken. Now the period of my grlfrnd has been delayed. Is it normal and what are the chances of my grlfrnd of being pregnant after taking unwanted 72. Should we take the test for confirming the pregnancy.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Hi, I am 26 yrs old male. During sex the condom broke out within the 24 hrs a tablet of unwanted 72 has been taken. N...
Although the chances of pregnancy are almost negligible but you should go for urine pregnancy test as a precautionary measure.
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At wat time it is safe to have sex with a partner. Dr. Any particular day or period.

D.E.H.M, B.E.M.S, M.D.(E.H)
Sexologist, Faridabad
Unfortunately, there is no totally safe time of the month. The most dangerous time is roughly halfway between the start of one period and the start of another. This is when you're most fertile. For most women, this is about 12 to 14 days after the start of a period. But really, you could get pregnant at any time of the month, so take care! There are ‘natural’ family planning methods which would help you work out when your ‘safe period’ is likely to be.
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I am not doing sex from last 3 month but this month my partner period is 5 days late. And we have sex last time by condom. So what is the solution of problem.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am not doing sex from last 3 month but this month my partner period is 5 days late. And we have sex last time by co...
There are other reasons for delayed periods also other than pregnancy. If you are sure she can not be pregnant, go do a thyroid profile of your wife and one usg lower abdomen and pelvis. I f you have had sex durind last month then you should do a pregnancy test irrespective of using protection or not.
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Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Chennai
11 common-sense sex rules that can save your life!!!

Love should not motivate you to take anything for granted because the pleasure of sex will be all forgotten if something goes wrong – say an unwanted pregnancy, or worse, a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD).

Sex is beautiful, but it is as dangerous and risky as it is rewarding.
This is the reason why you must ensure that you give yourself and your partner maximum protection when you decide to get together.

Love should not motivate you to take anything for granted because the pleasure of sex will be all forgotten if something goes wrong – say an unwanted pregnancy, or worse, a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD).

Here are 11 common-sense tips to assist you in making sex safe and sweet:

Try to use a condom always – as a first rule, always use a condom when in doubt because it is your next surest protection after abstinence. This rule becomes even more important if you have random sex partners.

Keep your genitals clean – a clean genitalia is the first step to safe sex. Leaving dirt around your genitalia is allowing for harmful organisms to proliferate. You will transfer these orgasms during sex.

Urinate after sex – Sex experts have found out that urinating after sex help to prevent Urinary Tract Infections to a large extents by cleaning out the urethra.

Clean sex is the best sex – it is best if you always go for sex clean, and this means taking a shower at least. You cut down the risk very much by being clean. Germs and bacteria on your bodies will be exchanges during sex if you don’t clean up …remember there are STDs that are transmitted skin-to-skin.

Wash your hands before sex – even if for anything you have to go into sex without cleaning up, your hands should at least be washed, especially if there will be fingering involved. Germs and bacteria behind fingernails for example are a major risk…

Don’t insert same fingers into the anus and vagina – you will end up transferring very harmful germs and bacteria if you inset the same finger (sex toy) into the vagina and anus simultaneously. If you must involve both, then use two different toys or use a condom and change it

Use lubricants – penetration is always better when you have a lubricant involved. It makes the woman able to accommodate the penis more and even heightens the sensation for her. The flavoured ones can also make the air a bit more pleasant…

Keep your pubic hair shaved or trim – there is nothing as good as smelling and looking fresh down there. A clean and aired pubic hair is not only inviting but healthy…you stand lesser risk of skin infections when the place is neat…

Avoid sex where the genitalia have open sores – open sores are the easiest ways to transfer STDs and you should be careful how you handle them. Best thing is to avoid Never have oral sex where the genitals or mouth is injured. Injury around those places can be opportunity to transfer STDs so stay off oral sex – including kissing, until it heals.

Treat every infection the day you notice it – it is a gamble that never pays to allow a sexual infection to develop. The best thing is to deal with it the moment you notice anything strange about your genital region…

Be careful what you use as sex toys – these days people get daring when improvising household items as sex toys and they end up hurting themselves. If you look up sex injuries online, you’ll be shocked. So, before you use anything as a sex toy, ensure that it is not sharp, does not have any electric parts and cannot break easily. Also, it must be CLEAN always….

I am 7th months pregnant. My first baby was born normal now I want to know what are the chances for the second normal delivery.

Mbbs, MS(obstetrics and gynecology), Fellowship in laproscopic gynecological surgery
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 7th months pregnant. My first baby was born normal now I want to know what are the chances for the second normal...
Chances depends upon the weight, position and growth of baby during last month. In case of 1st normal delivery, chances during second time increases. Have a healthy diet, have some exercise after consulting gynecologist that increases chances of normal delivery.
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