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Dr. Kishor Bapat

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Pune

12 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic
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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
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Dr. Kishor Bapat is a popular Gynaecologist in Vadgaon budruk, Pune. He has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 12 years. He has completed MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology . You can consult Dr. Kishor Bapat at Bapat Hospital in Vadgaon budruk, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kishor Bapat on Lybrate.com.

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MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology - University of Pune - 2006
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Post Childbirth - How Can You Get Your Libido Back?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Fellow of The Royal Society of Health, Certification In Sexologist
Sexologist, Delhi
Post Childbirth - How Can You Get Your Libido Back?

Giving birth to a child is a joyous and emotional time. After nine long months of pregnancy, one greets the arrival of baby with great anticipation. It is absolutely normal that the time post delivery marks a drastic change in sexual desire. While both women and menexpect changes in their sex life immediately after the birth of a child, but as time passes by, it is normal for both partners to wonder when things will ever return to normal. It is a fairly common condition to have a decreased sex drive after giving birth and this feeling can last for months which can be attributed to many factors. Refer to the following tips to get your drive back.

  1. Consult your Gynaecologist: One should take gynaecologist into confidence to discuss how one's libido has changed after child birth, who will in turn help to rule out any physical issues if any.  
  2. Emotional & Physical Fatigue: Nursing a new born is no joke and it drains you physically. In a post delivery scenario, ones libido has to fight with overwhelming emotional as well as physical fatigue that results from nursing of a new born. One can share the night-time feeding with one's partner and try to catch up on the sleep with day time nap. One simply cannot look forward to sex if one is deprived of sleep.
  3. Release the pressure and guilt: The body is still recovering and one may get a feel that one is not attractive as before, which makes a dramatic impact on body image. Communicate honestly with your partner about the lack of drive. It is likely that he will also be experiencing similar issues and conflicting emotions. Giving reassurance that one is working on increasing the libido can help ease the pressure on both the individuals.
  4. Prepare for sex: Do anything to relax and get into the mood before hitting the bed. It can be as simple as a hot shower or a refreshing drink, but it is important to help your body transition from mother to lover.
  5. Use a lubricant: It is hard to look forward to something that is painful. Breastfeeding plays a significant role in the decrease in libido. Oestrogen is an important hormone that decreases with breastfeeding which affects vaginal tissues. The most common vaginal side effects of decreased oestrogen are dryness hence it's important to use lubricants to minimize the discomfort of vaginal dryness and make sex more enjoyable.

Libido is a complicated and there will be times one has to do even if one is not in the mood. Sometimes it takes a little nudge to get the libido back into gear. Once one gets over the hurdle of not being in the mood, one may just realise that one is enjoying the act.The good news is that this decrease in libido is temporary. With time and patience, one can rebuild a satisfying sexual relationship with their partner.

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

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I had a surgical abortion in March 2018. Before that I my periods which last long for 5-6 days with heavy to light bleeding and cramps. But after abortion I noticed I have periods for 3-4 days with very light bleeding compare to which I had before abortion. A huge change in my periods. I have read you have irregular periods after abortion but it is almost 4 months from now. Is it normal or should I reach out to any gyno for further diagnoses. Please suggest.

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Not really as week before period you will not have any fluid discharge and also adbominal cramp might be due to menstrual cycles however this abdominal cramp is quite common in pregnancy women.
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Is sex during 4th month of pregnancy is safe. In which month of pregnancy we should avoid having sex?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Is sex during 4th month of pregnancy is safe.
In which month of pregnancy we should avoid having sex?
Yes sex can be practice during pregnancy. After 5 months of pregnancy one needs to change the position of male partner. Intercourse can be practiced in male standing position or sideways position. Male partner should not lie on the tummy or growing fetus.
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MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ahmedabad
FRUITFUL PERIOD( time when there are high chances of pregnancy during menstrual cycle): You are most likely to conceive if you have intercourse one or two days before you ovulate. However, it's tricky to pinpoint the exact day or two just before ovulation. So if you don't want your love life to be ruled by the calendar, your best bet is simply to enjoy making love every two or three days.

If you want to be more precise, though, you will need to work out when you will ovulate. When you'll ovulate in any given cycle depends on:

? the length of your menstrual cycle
? how regular your periods are

A menstrual cycle can be as short as 22 days or as long as 36 days. On average, a woman gets her period between 12 days and 14 days after she's ovulated.

If you have a 28-day menstrual cycle, you're likely to ovulate around the middle of your cycle. If you have a short cycle, you could ovulate within days of your period ending. A long cycle could mean that you won't ovulate until two weeks after your period has ended.

Nearly half of women have a cycle length that varies by more than seven days. If your menstrual cycle is different from one month to the next, your fertile window may also vary by about a week between each period.

That's why it's best to have intercourse every two to three days throughout your cycle. It's more effective than focusing your efforts only on the days you think you're about to ovulate. Also, sex every two to three days improves the quality of sperm compared to daily sex.


--Irregular periods do not necessarily mean that you are less fertile than women with regular periods. However, if your periods are irregular or are more than 36 days apart, it is worth seeing your doctor.

Sometimes, irregular cycles are caused by conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) or a thyroid disorder. These conditions could affect your chances of conceiving, so it is better to get help sooner rather than later.

My periods date was 24th May but it didn't came that day and on 27th May I got physical. After which I have taken ipill within 24 hours; till now I have not got my periods. Am I pregnant if not when will I start bleeding, can I take abortion pills to bring my period?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My periods date was 24th May but it didn't came that day and on 27th May I got physical. After which I have taken ipi...
As you have done sexual activity on 4th day of your menstrual cycle and hence you will not get pregnant and no need to take any extra pills
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I missed my normoz tablet for the morning. And I'm fasting. Should I take it in the evening? And one in the night? I have to perform certain blood tests in 10 days. Will this affect those?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DGO
Gynaecologist, Pune
I missed my normoz tablet for the morning. And I'm fasting. Should I take it in the evening? And one in the night? I ...
Can take it in the evening. You can do your blood tests as advised. This will not affect your reports.
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Is it a fact that a lady shouldn't bath during her 1st three days of periods? is it harmful?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Is it a fact that a lady shouldn't bath during her 1st three days of periods? is it harmful?
Hello. I am really surprised to hear this thing from you! No, not at all! It's not harmful dear!! It is a general awareness that we should always maintain our personal hygiene whether in normal days or during the menses. As the chances of getting any vaginal infection becomes high during menstruation. So, better take extra hygiene and precautions during this time! And please spread this general awareness among all other females also and guide them properly.. Take Care.
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Am a 20 years old, Medical student. I need a favour from the Doctors regarding a question. What are Post Natal menses? For how many days do they long for? What are the symptoms of this? Please help me to find out the right answers to my Questions. It will be very helpful for me. Thanking you. Regards.

BHMS
Homeopath, pathankot
Am a 20 years old, Medical student. I need a favour from the Doctors regarding a question. What are Post Natal menses...
post natal menses are the bleeding from vagina after delivery. It may remain about 40 days which may vary. there is nothing specific in these menses only bleeding
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My wife has lot of hair in her vagina and clitoris. My question is that whether I can sex with her with shaving or without shaving. please reply me sir.

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
This is your personal preference. If you do not like hair you can shave but do not shave on the day of sex this may cause irritation due to growing hair. Instead of shave you can trim hair to have a beautiful look and enjoy the sex. Good luck.
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