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Dr. Dipti Kadam

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Dipti Kadam is an experienced Gynaecologist in central Panchgani, Pune. She is currently practising at Shraddha Hospital and Maternity Home in central Panchgani, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Dipti Kadam on Lybrate.com.

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Laparoscopic Surgeries Are Better Compared To Conventional Open Surgeries In Appendectomy!

MS - General Surgery, FMAS, Fellowship of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)
General Surgeon, Bangalore
Laparoscopic Surgeries Are Better Compared To Conventional Open Surgeries In Appendectomy!

Generally performed as an emergency surgery, an appendicectomy is performed to remove an infected or inflamed appendix. The most common question asked before such a procedure is whether removal of the appendix will cause problems in future. However, this tiny tube-like structure which is attached to the large intestine and is said to help you recover from diarrhoea or inflammations of the small or large intestines; its removal will not change how you recover from such infections either.

  1. Conventional surgery: A conventional surgery generally requires the surgeon to make a small incision in the lower right side of your abdomen and remove the infected appendix. Such a procedure also allows the surgeon to clean abdominal cavity in case the appendix has ruptured. This method of surgery is also chosen when the patient has had abdominal surgery in the past.
  2. Laparoscopic surgery: This is a much more modern method to surgically remove an infected appendix. The surgeon makes a small incision just enough to fit a small tube called a cannula. The abdominal cavity is filled with carbon-dioxide and a laparoscope is guided through to see the area clearly. The surgeon then proceeds to tie up the appendix and remove it completely. The incisions on the body are closed, cleaned and dressed.

Reasons why a laparoscopic procedure is better for you:

  1. The biggest advantage is cosmetic as there is a far smaller incision in laparoscopic procedures as compared to the conventional surgery where the incision is sealed with stitches and the scar may be permanent.
  2. In fact, some very good and experienced laparoscopic surgeons are able to hide even these small incisions behind the pubic hairline make it almost invisible to the naked eye.
  3. Thanks to technology, the size of the instruments and the cameras used are getting better with time. It is the use of such small instruments that allows you to have an almost painless and scarless recovery.
  4. Another major advantage in undertaking such a procedure is fewer post-operative complications that are seen in such surgeries. Generally, in the traditional surgery, patients are kept under observation due to redness around the incision, a high-grade fever, stomach cramps, vomiting, chills or any other symptoms. These complications or symptoms can be greatly avoided with the laparoscopic procedure.
  5. Most people would always prefer a shorter hospitalization and it is possible with the laparoscopic procedure as the recovery is quicker and you can get back to work within a few days.

Considering the fact that such a surgery is typically performed in an emergency and a laparoscopic surgery offers a much better chance of quick and easy recovery, this is the best option for an appendicectomy.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hello sir the problem is there is a gap in backbone. Its not for me its to my girl friend. Due to the gap there is a problem in her ovary which is affecting her period duration. This is causing her many problems such as huge blood loss. Is there a treatment by which gap in backbone reduce or it may not affect bleeding thank you sir and it would be grateful if you answer me as soon as possible. Awaiting for your reply.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello sir the problem is there is a gap in backbone. Its not for me its to my girl friend. Due to the gap there is a ...
Hi. The gap in between vertabras is something mechanical, so no medicine as such for that, but yes, she can opt yogasanas under proper qualified yoga-teacher and / or physiotherapy both. For irregular menses, she can take homoeopathic Rx - Pulsatilla 200/ twice daily for 15 days. Revert me back.
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I had intercourse with my boyfriend. I am 18 yrs old. The first day it was for 15 seconds and the second day only for 30seconds. 1st day it started bleeding and there was pain in stomach but I took unwanted 72 pill the second day only. Is there still chance to get pregnant?

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
There are many reasons why a woman may bleed after sex. The medical name for this is" postcoital bleeding. Bleeding after sex can be a sign of a health condition, such as: an infection, such as pelvic inflammatory disease (pid), or a sexually transmitted infection (sti), such as chlamydia vaginal dryness (atrophic vaginitis) caused by reduced vaginal secretions after the menopause damage to the vagina such as tears caused by childbirth, or by dryness or friction during sex cervical or endometrial polyps (benign or non-cancerous growths in the womb or the lining of the cervix) cervical ectropion (also known as cervical erosion), where there is an inflamed area on the surface of the cervix. Anytime you experience bleeding during or after vaginal sex when you are not menstruating, it's important to visit your doctor or health care provider to determine the cause. Getting an accurate diagnosis is critical. Even if the bleeding is due to something minor, it? s most likely treatable and better for your peace of mind.
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Hello may I know what are the reasons for mensturation stop (excluding pregnancy).

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
There are three main causes of primary amenorrhea: chromosomal or genetic abnormalities can cause the ovaries to stop functioning normally. Turner syndrome, a condition caused by a partially or completely missing x chromosome, and androgen insensitivity syndrome, often characterized by high levels of testosterone, are two examples of genetic abnormalities that can delay or disrupt menstruation. 1 hypothalamic or pituitary problems in the brain and physical problems such as problems with reproductive organs can prevent periods from starting. Excessive exercise, eating disorders, extreme physical or psychological stress, or a combination of these factors can delay the onset of menstruation. Secondary amenorrhea can result from various causes, such as: natural causes. Pregnancy is the most common cause. Other natural causes include breastfeeding and menopause. Medications and therapies. Certain birth control pills, injectable contraceptives, and intrauterine devices (iuds) can cause amenorrhea. It can take a few months after stopping birth control for the menstrual cycle to restart and become regular. Some medications, including certain antidepressants and blood pressure medications, can increase the levels of a hormone that prevents ovulation and the menstrual cycle. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments for hematologic cancer (including blood, bone marrow, and lymph nodes) and breast or gynecologic cancer can destroy estrogen-producing cells and eggs in the ovaries, leading to amenorrhea. The resulting amenorrhea may be short-term, especially in younger women. Sometimes scar tissue can build up in the lining of the uterus, preventing the normal shedding of the uterine lining in the menstrual cycle. This scarring sometimes occurs after a dilation and curettage (d&c), a procedure in which tissue is removed from the uterus to diagnose or treat heavy bleeding or to clear the uterine lining after a miscarriage, 4 a cesarean section, or treatment for uterine fibroids. Gynecological conditions. Unbalanced hormone levels are common features of certain conditions that have secondary amenorrhea as a main symptom. These can include: polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos). Pcos occurs when a woman's body produces more androgens (a type of hormone) than normal. High levels of androgens can cause fluid-filled sacs or cysts to grow in the ovaries, interfering with the release of eggs (ovulation). Most women with pcos either have amenorrhea or experience irregular periods, called oligomenorrhea (pronounced ol-i-goh-men-uh-ree-uh). Fragile x-associated primary ovarian insufficiency (fxpoi). The term fxpoi describes a condition in which a woman's ovaries stop functioning before normal menopause, sometimes around age 40. Fxpoi results from certain changes to a gene on the x chromosome. As many as 10% of women who thyroid problems. The thyroid is a small butterfly-shaped gland at the base of the neck, just below the adam's apple. The thyroid produces hormones that control metabolism and play a role in puberty and menstruation. A thyroid gland that is overactive (called hyperthyroidism) or underactive (hypothyroidism) can cause menstrual irregularities, including pituitary tumor. Noncancerous tumors in the pituitary gland in the brain, which regulates the production of hormones that affect many body functions, including metabolism and the reproductive cycle, can interfere with the body's hormonal regulation of menstruation.
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I am 28 years old married, last night I had unsafe sex with hubby but I'm a regular taker of acitrom tablet, my question is will I get pregnant now for doing unsafe sex?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I am  28 years old married, last night I had unsafe sex with hubby but I'm a regular taker of acitrom tablet, my ques...
It depends on the day of periods, and so on. If you miss periods do pregnancy strip test and consult gyne immediately. All the best.
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I am 22 years old female, I missed the periods 12 days before today is 13th day and I checked through pregnancy test kit as it came positive. As I'm very young I don't need pregnancy. Will you please prescribe any medicine for my abortion.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 22 years old female, I missed the periods 12 days before today is 13th day and I checked through pregnancy test ...
There are two methods by which abortion can be done 1. Medical Abortion - Non-surgical abortion in which medicines are used to induce abortion. It is done till 7 weeks 2. Surgical Abortion is done beyond 7 weeks. U can visit a local gynecologist, who can prescribe medicines for abortion and it is legal in India.
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In my ovulation cycle egg is not getting ruptured and forming as cyst .this causes infertility for us. Please let me know why this is happening.

BHMS, MD - Alternate Medicine
Homeopath, Thrissur
In my ovulation cycle egg is not getting ruptured and forming as cyst .this causes infertility for us. Please let me ...
In menstrual cycle, the egg from ovary passes through fallopian tube and sheds with the menstrual blood. If the egg has got fertilized with the sperm in fallopian tube, the ovum gets attached or say implanted in the fundus portion of the uterus for further development of the foetus. This is happening.
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Can regular exercise helps me in reducing pocd and hemoragic cyst and suggested me what I ll do and. And also a fore mentioned it.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Can regular exercise helps me in reducing pocd  and hemoragic cyst and suggested me what I ll do and. And also a fore...
Yes exercise and dietary modification will help controlling your pcos. But if you have a hemorrhagic cyst then need to consult gyne for medication and treatment.
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Hi 4 day earlier me and my partner didn't have sex but rubbed his penis in vagina and i'm sure sperm touched her outer part of vagina and clitoris. Is there is possibility of getting pregnant please help me. She and I in trouble. Plzz suggest right way to get out of this.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hi, There is always a possibility of getting pregnant. However what day of cycle was your partner? This would help you to know the risk associated with it.
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Respected doctor, I am obese, and 22 year old female, I had my last menstrual period from 11 march-14 march. Since then. I missed my period, on 10 today doc prescribed me to a medicine which reduce stress, but I can't follow it. On 29 April I go to another hospital and they prescribed me methridoxyprogestrone acetate and my upt is negative .it take the medicine for 4-5 days. On 10 may I got my period up to 5 days. I can't go for blood test and ultrasound due to my busy schedule. I seen hair growth too on my face. Now, 13 June and I didn't get my period. I adopt healthy lifestyle, I reduced 2 kg of weight, I drink double tanned milk once morning and then in night. Today I go to same doctor who prescribe me with stress reduction medicine, she prescribed me with primolut n.and not advising for blood test and ultrasound now. Please help doc. What can I do?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
Respected doctor,
I am obese, and 22 year old female,
I had my last menstrual period from 11 march-14 march.
Since th...
You are 22, have a height of 5.4 feet and weight is 83.....this weight is in too much excess for your height. Unless you reduce weight, your menses wont regularise. so make it a point to come down to the best normal weight for your height of about 55 kg. Taking ultrasound and doing blood tests like thyroid tests hormone tests can be done to rule out some of the problems like thyroid dysfunction and ovarian uterine problems. Once you get menses, do visit the gynecologist to take medicines for making menses regular. BUT if you are OKay with irregular, or delayed menses, there is NOTHING to worry and you may not take medicines also. Meanwhile concentrate on your weight loss and get a diet charted by a dietitian and go to GYM to do cardiovascular exercises.
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