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Dr. Madhav

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Madhav is an experienced Gynaecologist in Pimpri, Pune. Doctor is currently associated with Ozone Specialty Clinic Pvt Ltd in Pimpri, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Madhav and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Onkar Heights, Vidya Nagar, Pimple Gurav-Pimpri Chinchwad, Landmark:- Near Krishna Chauk, PunePune Get Directions
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Last week my friend had sex and than she took ipill but after 1 week she is having spotting and pain which she used to suffer during periods .what can be the reason for that. She is also feeling weakness and loss of appetite and go through mood swings.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Last week my friend had sex and than she took ipill but after 1 week she is having spotting and pain which she used t...
This could be withdrawal bleeding. Most imp is to observe whether she gets her period by before expected date or not. Anytime in doubt to do urine pregnancy test.
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I had urin infection and when I observed burning sensation during urination and also observed urin colour as red, I rushed to the doctor and I took medicine as prescribed. Dr. suggests for urin test but he said normal, nothing to worry. My urin test result as follows = Dt. 24/2/2016 RBC- nill Pus cell- 8-10hpf Epithical - 3-4hpf Crystal- nill Cast- nill Again I test urin to know my pregnancy. Urin test on 1/4/2016 as follows= Pregnancy-positive RBC- nill Pus cell- 8-10hpf Epithical - ++ Crystal- nill Cast- nill Dr. said me report is normal. please tell me result of these above tests. I am worries about this.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
I had urin infection and when I observed burning sensation during urination and also observed urin colour as red, I r...
Your urine test report is ok, some pus cells are there, but they could be due to contamination. During pregnancy the uterus gets enlarged and and urinary bladder lies just in front of this pregnancy bearing uterus, due to excess blood flow and pressure of the pregnant uterus, the pregnant woman tends to go for urination more frequently. Also colour of the urine could be influenced by colour of the medicines which are given during pregnancy like folic acid, doxylamine etc. If you were to have infection, then the burning sensation while passing urine would have persisted and you would have got some chills or shivering along with high grade fever. The best way to look for infection is to do culture of the urine and see what organisms grow in it. If that too is negative, just ignore the reports given by you. Drink plenty of water or fluids like coconut water, juices, etc almost upto 2-3 liters per day this will reduce the burning sensation if it is still present.
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I sex with my girlfriend on 6th (5/10/2017) day of her cycle but she not get her mc till now .is there any possibility of pregnancy should I hv to worry about it? She have a regular cycle of 28-30 days .please help me out.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I sex with my girlfriend on 6th (5/10/2017) day of her cycle but she not get her mc till now .is there any possibilit...
First thing is do a urine pregnancy test at home if it is positive see adoctor if it is negative see a doctor.
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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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Hi, My question is for gynaecologist. I have a pungent odor in my vagina .It may or may not be an infection but the odor is not good. I request you to guide me with medication to eliminate the odor. I don't feel confident otherwise while getting intimate.

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General Physician, Chandigarh
There is a normal smell in the vagina which is there with everyone just keep yourself absolutely clean wash with simple soap and water atleast twice a day and after passing urine stool every time and pat dry before you put on your clothes also use only cotton under wears so that there is no perspiration still if you find something very extraordinary then consult a gynecologist and get clinically checked.
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Ways to Boost Libido and Testosterone Naturally

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Ways to Boost Libido and Testosterone Naturally

Ways to Boost Libido and Testosterone Naturally

Testosterone is the male hormone that controls libido, sexual function and semen production in men. Young boys experience an influx of testosterone during puberty that results in development of secondary male characteristics. Deepening of voice, growth of facial, torso and pubic hair, growth in the size of penis etc. are all associated with this influx of testosterone.

Unfortunately, testosterone production in your body takes a dip after you hit the age of 30. This tends to result in a lot of changes in your body as well as behavior. Some of such changes include the following:

  1. low libido or sex drive
  2. erectile dysfunction
  3. loss of lean muscle in the body
  4. weight gain and belly bulge
  5. mood swings and depression
  6. irritable behavior
  7. lack of energy
  8. sleep apnea
  9. excessive sweating etc.

A drop in testosterone can change your whole personality. Perhaps low libido and erectile dysfunction are the most striking effects of a drop in testosterone levels. Most men try to treat it with ED drugs rather than getting to the root of the problem.

Some of the best ways to enhance testosterone naturally include the following:

1. Strength Training

Though exercise is great for increasing blood circulation and stamina, it is strength training that is going to give your body a testosterone boost. Compound exercises work better than isolation exercises. Some of the best testosterone boosting exercises include squats, bench press, chin ups, deadlifts etc.

Exercises that involve lower body are excellent for increasing testosterone. This is why you must include squats, jump squats and lunges in your exercise routine.

2. Avoid Wearing Tight Under Pants

Testosterone is produced in your testes and tight underpants can increase your scrotal temperature. This can affect both testosterone and semen production. Thus, you must avoid wearing tight under pants. Wearing loose boxers instead, can help increase testosterone production.

3. Say No to Alcohol

If you are serious about increasing your testosterone levels, then it's time that you quit drinking alcohol.

Alcohol is a suppressant that increases estrogen production in your body. Estrogen is inversely related to testosterone. In other words, it inhibits testosterone secretion in your body. Avoid having alcohol even on weekends.

4. Feed Your Body with Lean Protein

Your diet highly influences your T-levels. Your diet must contain adequate amount of lean protein and essential fats for optimum testosterone production. Though saturated fats are bad, essential fats like Omega 3 are required by your body to produce steroid hormones like testosterone.

In addition to this, you must also avoid sugars and simple carbohydrates. These foods elevate Insulin, which lowers testosterone.

5. Get More Active Between the Sheets

Having sex more frequently helps boost testosterone naturally. Men who enjoy regular sex have higher testosterone levels as compared to those who don't. Thus, if you want to increase your T-levels, it's time to get sexually active.

6. Use Brown Sugar

Trust me on this, replacing white sugar with brown sugar can actually help boost your testosterone levels. Brown sugar is a rich source of minerals and vitamins that have a testosterone boosting effect. White sugar, on the other hand, is stripped of its mineral and vitamin content.

7. Try a Natural Testosterone Supplement

In addition to the above, it's also a good idea to try a natural testosterone supplement. Some of the best supplements come with ingredients like long jack, tribulus terrestris, ginkgo biloba, maca etc.

These supplements increase testosterone in your body without any kind of negative side effects. What makes them safe is that they do not contain any artificial testosterone in them.

Top of the line supplements also help boost your HGH production. Thus, they can help you beat age effects too.

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