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Dr. Kodre

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Kodre is one of the best Gynaecologists in Kalyani Nagar, Pune. You can visit him/her at Express Clinics Pvt Ltd in Kalyani Nagar, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kodre on Lybrate.com.

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Hello sir, my age is 27, I was married at 22 I have a child 5 year old, now I am planing for second from few month. But no result.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello sir, my age is 27, I was married at 22 I have a child 5 year old, now I am planing for second from few month. B...
Few months is short time. To have intercourse at time of ovulation that is around 12 to 15 days after last period if you have regular periods of 28 days and then after trial of one to two years if you don't succeed then as couple meet gynaecologist.
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Vaginitis - 9 Most Common Signs That Can Indicate It!

MBBS, DGO, Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology and Endoscopy
Gynaecologist, Noida
Vaginitis - 9 Most Common Signs That Can Indicate It!

Vaginitis is the term which is used to refer to the inflammation of the vagina. In most of the cases vaginitis occurs as a result of an infection of the vagina. The infection caused by vaginitis can result in discharge, pain and itching. Vaginitis can also be caused by non-infectious causes. Vaginitis is often caused because of an infection caused by yeast or bacteria. But it can also happen due to chemical or physical irritation. Some STDs cause vaginitis but not all the causes for vaginitis are related to STDs.

A reduction in the levels of estrogen after menopause can also cause vaginitis. The most common types of vaginitis are known as Bacterial vaginosis, Yeast infections and Trichomoniasis. Vaginitis is common in women who are in their reproductive years. It usually happens if there is a change in the balance of yeast or bacteria that are usually found in the vagina. If left untreated then it can cause complications. The risk of complications is greater in pregnant women. In severe cases it can also cause premature delivery, postpartum infections, increased vulnerability to HIV infection and even infertility.

Symptoms
There are many symptoms of vaginitis.

  1. Some of the most common symptoms of vaginitis is irritation or itching of the genital area.
  2. The itching can also lead to skin infections. The labia majora, labia minora and the perineal area can become inflamed.
  3. There is vaginal discharge also.
  4. Another common symptom is foul odor from the vagina. During sexual intercourse there can also be pain or irritation in the vagina.
  5. Another very painful symptom of vaginitis is painful urination as the woman may suffer pain while passing out urine.
  6. There can also be light vaginal bleeding or even spotting.
  7. If the cause of vaginitis is yeast infection then there will be a thick, white discharge from the vagina.
  8. This discharge can be watery and in most cases have no smell.
  9. Yeast infections will usually cause itchiness and make the vagina and vulva red.

Diagnosis
Diagnosis of vaginitis is based on the symptoms of the woman.

  1. Diagnosis is made after a microscopy and culture of the discharge after a careful physical examination takes place.
  2. Oral antibiotics, injections and antibiotics are used to treat vaginitis.
  3. Creams are also prescribed which are put inside the vagina.
  4. Estrogen creams are also prescribed for the treatment of this infection by medical practitioners.
  5. If the infection is caused by an allergy then the product causing the allergy has to be figured and its use has to be stopped immediately.

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

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On 20th march I had unprotected intercourse and took an ipill immediately. My date was supposed to be 16th april but I took regestrone 5 mg to delay my periods because of an occasion. But I haven't got my periods yet. What should I do now? Is it because of hormonal changes due to medicines or am I pregnant?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
On 20th march I had unprotected intercourse and took an ipill immediately. My date was supposed to be 16th april but ...
Delayed periods must be due to intake of ipill and regesterone, To clear your doubts do a urine pregnancy test ,if negative then wait for a week for periods to commence.
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In first trimester of pregnancy if sex done normally without any stress in the vagina and womb, is harmful to the pregnant lady, sperm released from penis are harmful to fetus or not. If the pregnant lady feels comfort we can continue regular sex or not.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hi lybrate use,you can enjoy. Other sexual methods in first trimester. Such as oral,anal. Ideally you should avoid vaginal sex as it can produce local stimulation of cervix which can lead to uterine contraction.if you ejaculate in vagina remember semen contains prostaglandin which will increase risk of having uterine contractions could lead to abortion.
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Sores and Lumps on Genitals - How Can They be Treated?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Thane
Sores and Lumps on Genitals - How Can They be Treated?

Are you observing bumps and lesions in and around your vagina? These are female genital sores, which may be painful, itchy, produce a discharge, and are very tender. These lumps and sores may occur due to skin disorders. Female genital sores mostly appear as a symptom of STIs or sexually transmitted infections. STIs are considered to be a hidden epidemic, which many women leave untreated because of embarrassment or fear.

Diagnosis of female genital sores
A physical examination is conducted for determining the cause of genital sores and lumps in females. A pelvic exam test will be undertaken and you will have to provide reports of your medical history. Certain tests such as blood work and a culture of the sore may be required as well. A culture involves taking a swab sample from the affected sore and testing it for detecting bacteria. After the cause of your genital sores is determined, an ideal treatment method is prescribed.

Self-care methods
On observing the symptoms of genital sores, you can apply some self-care measures to treat them before you get to visit a doctor. You can try a sitz bath, which is effective for pain and discomfort relief. A sitz bath can be prepared at home by filling your bathtub with warm water, going up to your hips when you get immersed. You should add a mild saline solution or baking soda to the bathtub water. A small basin for a sitz bath can be purchased from a drug store.

Treatment

  1. The method or treatment for genital sores and lumps depends on the cause.
  2. Certain topical oral medicines are used for treatment of the sores and for relieving pain.
  3. Other medications such as antibiotics, corticosteroids, pain relievers, antiviral medicines and several anti-itch drugs are also used.
  4. Some types of genital sores do not need treatment, but you should get them removed if they bother you. A noncancerous cyst is an example of such type of a sore.
  5. The long term outlook for genital sores in females depends on the cause, once again. Sores and lumps caused because of chronic skin conditions and genital herpes are likely to recur. The long term outlook also depends on how fast you get an existing STI treated.

For the prevention of female genital sores, you should practice protected sex by using condoms. This prevents the infection from spreading to the people you have sex with. It is also important for you to open up about your condition and seek proper treatment, if you experience symptoms.

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

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Condoms - 4 Surprising Facts About It!

MD-Dermatology, MBBS
Sexologist, Pune
Condoms - 4 Surprising Facts About It!

Condoms are the best contraceptive measure you take before having sex because unlike other contraceptive measure such as birth control pills, they actually provide almost fool-proof protection against STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). However, condoms need to be handled with care because if precaution isn’t taken while putting on the condom, it can cause tears on the surface. Here are 5 things you should know about condoms:

  1. Size does matter: 'One size fits all' might not be a good approach towards choosing a condom to wear, because thay come in different sizes. You should check the size at the back of the leaflet before buying it because buying a size that isn’t the right fit can result in tears which can put you and your partner at a risk of pregnancy and contracting STDs.
  2. Condoms do not affect the quality of sex: Contrary to popular belief, condoms do not have any effect on the quality of sex or the level of pleasure you derive from the intercourse. 98% people in a research confirmed this fact. So, not wearing a condom because “it doesn’t feel good” isn’t an excuse anymore.
  3. Latex allergies are a thing: Some people are predisposed to allergies caused due to the latex which most condoms are made of. Symptoms of latex allergy include itchiness, dryness and lesions on the foreskin. If these symptoms persist, don’t be embarrassed to rush to the doctor because the allergy can worsen and prove to be dangerous.
  4. The four types of condoms: The most common type of condom is the latex one, but because latex can cause allergies, an alternative material called polyurethane is used to make condoms too. For people who are allergic to both latex and polyurethane, polyisoprene condoms are a good option. The fourth type of condom is the lambskin condom which is made of lamb intestines. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.
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I had acne on my stomach and back. doctor suggested minocyclic diavaine 50mg tablet and soap. i have pigmentation on my face and nose also become fat. These above conditions r developed during 7th month of my pregnancy. i had c section 5 weeks before. shall i use minocyclic tablet during brest feeding

Diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL), Fellowship in Dermatosurgery
Dermatologist, Belgaum
Hi, Minocycline can cause staining of teeth and infant diarrhea. Usually it is not advised during breastfeeding. And there are other safer options for acne.
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My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should I do?

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should ...
Take more protein food items during such mentrual days such as eggs, milk, chicken, meat, pulses, etc...and have little bit more of ghee too.
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