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Dr. Hansa Chugani

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Hansa Chugani is an experienced Gynaecologist in Kondhwa, Pune. She is currently associated with Satyanand Hospital - Kondhwa in Kondhwa, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Hansa Chugani on Lybrate.com.

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We have been married for 4 yrs. But my wife is not able to conceive. Previously dishonored with blockage in fallopian tubes .also surgery has done. But still pregnancy is not happening.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
We have been married for 4 yrs. But my wife is not able to conceive. Previously dishonored with blockage in fallopian...
Maybe the tubes r not open yet your gynaec might have done certain tests to confirm your doctor might advise for IVF if tubes not open.
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Mai pregnant hun 5th month hai mere breast me say paani niklta hai agr breast ko dubao to bahot zyda niklta hai kya isse koi problem to nai hai, Please ans me fast plz.

Diploma in Endoscopic Surgery, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Mai pregnant hun 5th month hai mere breast me say paani niklta hai agr breast ko dubao to bahot zyda niklta hai kya i...
This is normal. Do not press to check. Wear a comfortable and supportive innerwear and feel free to talk to your doctor when you visit for your pregnancy check up.
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I am 28 years old 4 years back married. 6 months back doctor said I have hormone disturbance. I have bi lateral poly cystic ovaries 6-8 mm noted. She gave siphene 50 mg to use I used for 4 months stopping 1 month middle. I have under gone follicular study egg was raptured but no result I did not get pregnant please help me. Even though egg was released why did not became pregnant I do no, can you tell me reasons why please. My prolactin is 17. 83ng/ml I have dons hsg it is normal. My husband count is 40 millions. Please tell. And my periods are ending with in 2 days only why.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 28 years old 4 years back married. 6 months back doctor said I have hormone disturbance. I have bi lateral poly ...
Hello, you should go for IUI (Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperm inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization).
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What is the good time for sex if she has menustration just over by one day then is it safe to have a sex with partner?

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
In a 28 day menstrual cycle the safe period is first 10 days and the last 12 days. One day more or less does not make much difference.
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Health Benefits of Green Tea

BHMS
Homeopath, Lucknow
Health Benefits of Green Tea

Sip your way toward better health with green tea, the most nutrient-packed types contain catechin and antioxidants that fight and might, even prevent cell damage.

Health Benefits of Green Tea are-

1- Weight loss

Not only does green tea give your metabolism a boost, but also, choosing this drink over other more sugary option will greatly decrease your calorie intake.

2- Less stress

Research shows that it can reduce both a rising heart rate and rising blood pressure.

3- Cancer preventive

4- Reduced risk of diabetes

5- Decreased chance of heart disease

6- Lowered cholesterol

7- Skincare

8- Healthy cell

9- Anti -aging

10- Strong bone

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Mere 20 days se periods nhi huy hain main an marred hu or maine kbhi kese ke saat sex bhi nhi kra to m pregnent to nhii ho skte kya baat h pehle baar mere pireouds miss huy h pless doctor btaey.

MD - Alternate Medicine, Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine (H.M.D.)
Homeopath, Delhi
Mere 20 days se periods nhi huy hain main an marred hu or maine kbhi kese ke saat sex bhi nhi kra to m pregnent to nh...
You may have other problems like hormonal imbalance or problem of leukorrhea. Take Sepia 30 and Pulsatilla 200 alternately twice daily 1-2 drops in 1/4 cup lukewarm water if you wish for further advice you may contact me
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If my wife is pregnant 20 days and I do not want that child what should I do in that case? Is there any tablet or medicine that can cause abortion? If yes will you prescribe me that medicine.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS, MD - Community Medicine
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hello, oral medicine for abortion works if taken within 49 days from the first day of last period. They are available in the drug stores.
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Hello sir/mam, I am 26 years old women, From last few days I am feeling some kind of irritation in my vagina and I urge to pee more frequently then before and when I go to pee I only release 3,4 drops out of my body, please suggest me what to do ,any home remedy or should I go to doctor?

Advanced Aesthetics
Ayurveda, Gulbarga
u start these ayurvedic medicen 1. chandraprabha vati 1-1 tab 2times a day .. 2. neery syrup 10ml 2times a day... 3.ointment zole-f if more itching apply externally...
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Why pain occurs on legs and lower side of stomach during periods? Why this problem occurs please tell me. It is a normal or something else.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Why pain occurs on legs and lower side of stomach during periods? Why this problem occurs please tell me. It is a nor...
pain in legs during menses is normal due to weakness.you need to take proper iron,calcium and protein diet or supplements regularly.
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Important Myths And Facts About Sex During Menstruation

Advanced Aesthetics
Ayurveda, Gulbarga
Important Myths And Facts About Sex During Menstruation
‘Can I have sex during my periods?’ This is a common question asked by many women out there who either feel that doing so would cause infections or diseases; or could possibly get them pregnant. Well, here are some common myths and facts about having sex during periods that you might find interesting.

1. Important Myths And Facts About Sex During Menstruation
Having Sex During Periods Can Lead To Pregnancy

Fact: Although the chances of you getting pregnant if you have sex during periods are minimal, it pays to be extra cautious and be safe every time you opt for sex, even during periods. Another thing that needs to be noted here is that sperm can survive inside the human body for a few days. And in case you have unprotected sex during periods and ovulate early, your chances of getting pregnant increase manifold.

2.Menstrual Blood Is Harmful For The Penis

Fact: A common, misplaced notion among women is that menstrual blood is dirty fluid that carries infections and other impurities. And so it could be harmful for the penis, should it come in contact with the same.

The truth is that menstrual blood is not at all considered impure and is in fact just a mixture of healthy blood and tissues that the body does not need (these line the uterus for pregnancy and are shed every month when the periods pass). So coming in contact with this blood would not harm the penis in any way.

3.Sexual Intercourse During Periods Can Harm The Uterus

Fact: Every month when your periods occur, a small opening develops in the uterus to pass menstrual blood. The common notion is that this opening is large and having sex during periods can cause the penis to poke into the hole and injure the uterus. This is not possible at all as the opening would be too small for the penis to enter. And so, there is absolutely no harm to the uterus if you have sex during your menstrual cycles.

4.Sex During Periods Can Cause Aids And Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Fact: There is no way you can contract AIDs via sex unless one of the partners is HIV infected. If you have unprotected sex with an individual who is HIV positive, chances are you will get infected as well, be it during your menstrual cycles or after.

The same goes for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. As mentioned earlier, menstrual blood is nothing but a mixture of normal blood and tissues that line the uterus. And so it would not contain any infections, impurities or agents that can cause STDs.

However, if you or your partner already has STD then the chances of the infection spreading would be greater. So make it a point to use a condom during sex, even during periods.

5. Sex During Periods Can Offer Relief From Menstrual Cramps And Excessive Bleeding

Fact: To an extent this is correct. Sex during periods can relieve women of menstrual cramps owing to the fact that orgasms can stimulate the release of certain chemicals in the body which can reduce pain. Again, sex during menstruation can reduce pain by using up the chemicals called prostaglandins which are responsible for menstrual cramps.

Having sex during periods can also stop excessive menstrual bleeding (in terms of the number of days). This does not necessarily mean that the blood stays inside the body. Rather, sexual intercourse would cause the uterus to contract and expand faster, thereby propelling the fluid and tissue out of the body faster. Therefore, there are strong chances for your periods to stop earlier than expected although you can expect heave flow during the initial days.

I have an irregular period problems, I have taken many treatments but it is not cured. There is gap of 2-3 months sometimes 6 months.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
I have an irregular period problems, I have taken many treatments but it is not cured. There is gap of 2-3 months som...
only diet walk exercise and wt red can control ur pds ushd remove stressand keep in mind that pcos can only be corrected it cannot be cured
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I am having a problem of - Dark brown bloody. Vaginal discharge. Frequent urination. Fatigue. Pregnancy test negative. No pain no cramps no itching burning pain or odor.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
I am having a problem of  - Dark brown bloody. Vaginal discharge. Frequent urination. Fatigue. Pregnancy test negativ...
In most cases, brown blood during your period is normal. The color and consistency of blood can change throughout your menstrual cycle. However, near the end of your cycle, the discharged blood is older and can be discolored. Sometimes, spotting or brown discharge occurs in the middle of your cycle, during ovulation.
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Hi, I am 32 years old not married. I have some irregular period problems. I discus some doctors. I have no hormonal problem no thyroid. But one problem seems that is cysts. My doc its prescribe to me krimson medicine one douse daily 6mnts. please help me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Lucknow
Hi, I am 32 years old not married. I have some irregular period problems. I discus some doctors. I have no hormonal p...
This is the right medicine if you have polycystic ovarian disease and is taken for 21 days every month.
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I have four fibroid trying to get pregnant but I can't I am already visit a gynocolist he told me that I can conceive a baby easily he give me some fertility tablet the name of the tablet is vertova but after 2 months I can't conceive my baby I am really worried my question is that is fibroid is the main reason for to conceive a baby or other.

Homeopath, Calicut
I have four fibroid trying to get pregnant but I can't I am already visit a gynocolist he told me that I can conceive...
Fibroid uterus should be treated appropriately before being pregnancy because pregnancy causes increasing the size of fibroid uterus increases in vascularity and there will be high tendency to go for degenerative changes like hyaline change and cystic degeneration capillary tend to rupture this may cause severe pain in abdomen and also it will affect the outcome of pregnancy and there is an increased risk of abotion too so you should treat fibroid completly before you concieve homoeopathic treatment has drastic effect on uterine fibroids /myoma take homoeopathic remedy arummur3xpotency/8dose take 4dose/day next week take homoeopathic medicine calcaria iodatum3x/2dose/2 days after 2 weeks take homoeopathic medicine sepia 200/2dose/2 day.
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symptoms of starting days of pregnancy? And how can be sure they are pregnant or not?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
symptoms of starting days of pregnancy? And how can be sure they are pregnant or not?
The most important symptom of pregnancy is a missed period. This is the classic sign. But there are other symptoms too like feeling weakness, sleepiness, feeling depressed, nausea, vomitting, giddiness, increased frequency of urination, some breast tenderness. Etc. But these symptoms happen in other diseases too like acidity etc. So the best way to detect pregnancy is to do urine pregnancy test after a missed period. Kindly do this test in a lab and not on kits available in medical stores, as many of these kits give false results.
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In pragnency time can we drink without boild milk. Yani kacha doodh. Kuch problem to nahi hogi n.a.

PGDMCH, MBA( CHA) , MBBS
General Physician, Gurgaon
In pragnency time can we drink without boild milk. Yani kacha doodh. Kuch problem to nahi hogi n.a.
Dear LYbrateuser, It is never advisable to take unboiled milk which can cause many problems and infections.
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Sir meri wife 7 month 20 day ki pregnant hai aur unko leakage ho raha hai sir batay me kya karoon.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Sir meri wife 7 month 20 day ki pregnant hai aur unko leakage ho raha hai sir batay me kya karoon.
Preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) is when the amniotic sac breaks before 37 weeks of gestation and labor has not started within one hour. The sac contains amniotic fluid and the developing baby. In PPROM, the amniotic fluid inside the sac leaks or gushes out of the vagina. If your waters break early the risks and treatment are dependent on the stage of pregnancy you are at. You are at risk of going into labour prematurely – the health risks for the baby of early birth are greater the younger they are. If you do not go into labour, you and the baby are at risk of infection because the normally sterile waters have been broken. The doctors have to balance these two considerations. If the waters have broken because of infection, you and the baby have a high risk of getting the infection and you may need to deliver sooner to prevent this. If the waters have broken but there is no infection currently present, you and the baby are still at risk but the immediate risk is lesser and your treatment will depend on your stage of pregnancy. If you are under 24 weeks of pregnancy and the baby is born, sadly, it is unlikely the baby will survive. If you are over 30 weeks and the baby is born, the likelihood of your baby surviving is very high - over 95%. Tests for your baby As well as carrying out various tests on you, the healthcare team will need to assess how your baby is doing. They will check his heartbeat and may also: Run a scan to check his weight Carry out electronic fetal monitoting to check his heart rate Perform a scan to check that the placenta is functioning normally. Even if it is a false alarm, the team may want to keep you in hospital to monitor you and your baby. If you are in labour and less than 35 weeks pregnant, they may try to stop the contractions, or to slow down the birth enough to give you injections of steroids to help your baby breathe when he is born. Find out more here about what happens if you are definitely in labour. If you are 35 weeks or over, the team will usually let the birth go ahead.
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I am 26 years old, married for one and half years. I want to conceive but I go through irregular periods. My periods occur continuously for 2 months and then it stops for almost 2 months. As my 2nd last period occurred on 8th march. And the last period occurred on 2nd june. What should I do?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am 26 years old, married for one and half years. I want to conceive but I go through irregular periods. My periods ...
Irregular periods must be controlled first- you need to know the cause of this problem (weight, hormones, diseases in pelvis etc) and then we have to treat the cause to regularize period. But during the treatment, the stop-gap time can be utilized for evaluation of fertility factors for you and your husband.
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All About PCOS!

Diploma in Diet n Nutrition, BHMS
Homeopath,
All About PCOS!

Pcos: here is all that you must know about it!

Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a common hormonal disorder amongst women in their reproductive age. The symptoms of pcos being seemingly unrelated to each other, are often overlooked and remain undiagnosed. It is commonly termed as pcod (polycystic ovary disease) in which the there is an imbalance in the women’s hormones. As the name suggests, multiple cysts are formed in the ovaries that are pearl-sized (2-4mm), fluid filled and may contain immature eggs.

Whom does it most commonly affect?

Pcos most commonly affects women of reproductive age (14-45 years of age). In ceratin cases, pre-pubertal girls may also be affected by pcos.

What are the common symptoms of pcos?

Pcos, being a syndrome, is defined by a collection of signs and symptoms. The symptoms may vary from one individual to another. In case you observe two or more than two of these symptoms, make sure you undergo a thorough medical examination. Common symptoms are:

  1. Irregular scanty or missing menstrual periods
  2. Infertility such as ovulation dysfunction
  3. Excess or unwanted body or facial hair on the body
  4. Thinning hair on the scalp
  5. Weight problems, often leading to weight gain around the waist
  6. Skin problems such as skin bags, darkening of skin and acne

What causes pcos in women? 

The exact cause of pcos is still not known, however, there are hypothesis suggesting a few of the common causes such as;

  1. Obesity
  2. High level of insulin
  3. Increased production of androgens
  4. Family history
  5. Environmental pollution and radiations

How can pcos be diagnosed?

Pcos symptoms affect more than 20% of the indian women and still remain undiagnosed at times. For an effective diagnosis, you may report of,

  1. Irregular periods in the past
  2. Tests revealing high levels of specific hormones
  3. Ultrasound showing polycystic pattern of the ovary

What are the possible complications of pcos?

Commonly reported complications of pcos include:

  1. Diabetes
  2. Heart and blood vessel problems
  3. Sleep apnea
  4. Uterine cancer
  5. Heart diseases

How can pcos be managed?

Once diagnosed, the treatment of pcos may differ from an individual to another. However, a few tips to manage/ prevent pcos are:

  1. Exercise regularly. Include activities such as aerobics, sports and brisk walk to your daily routine.
  2. Eat healthy. Include foods that are low in refined carbohydrates as it helps to regulate blood sugar levels. Also add foods rich in antioxidants, green vegetables super grain and fruits to your daily diet
  3. Avoid excess of junk foods, spicy and oily foods and sugary diets.
  4. In case you smoke, it is best recommended to quit smoking.
  5. Avoid stimulants. Beverages such as coffee, that act as a rich source of stimulating compounds, have been found to increase insulin production.
  6. Keep stress away. Combat this depression by engaging yourself in activities such as opting for bubble bath, watching an old favorite movie, reading a classic or meeting friends who could be good company.

The doctor may prescribe you will relevant medications to treat the complications, in case any.


 

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