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Dr. Manish Bajpayee - Psychiatrist, Pune

Dr. Manish Bajpayee

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MD - Psychiatry, MBBS

Psychiatrist, Pune

28 Years Experience  ·  400 - 700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Manish Bajpayee 90% (115 ratings) MD - Psychiatry, MBBS Psychiatrist, Pune
28 Years Experience  ·  400 - 700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Manish Bajpayee is one of the best Psychiatrists in Wanowrie, Pune. He has been a successful Psychiatrist for the last 28 years. He has completed MD - Psychiatry, MBBS. You can consult Dr. Manish Bajpayee at Mother And Child Care Clinic in Wanowrie, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Manish Bajpayee on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MD - Psychiatry - Pune University - 1996
MBBS - Pune University - 1989
Past Experience
Senior Consultant at Command Hospital Wanowrie
Professor Consultant, at Professor In Psychiatry AFMC Pune
Professor & Consultant at Command Hospital Kolkata
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Consultant & Registrar at Command Hospital Wanowrie
Professor HOD & Chief Consultant at MIMER
Consultant at Ruby Hall Clinic Sassoon Road
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Indian Psychiatric Society

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Please tell me some procedure of meditation to distress and stay calm on my everyday life.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Please tell me some procedure of meditation to distress and stay calm on my everyday life.
You should find a method. The Dalai Lama says that one should meditate with eyes open. So don't try a specific method. Frankly, don't try to do much. Just something which makes you forget about where you are. Like a game or reading or music or playing instruments, or understanding a complex problem. It's all meditation. I presume so. Maybe I am wrong. So find your way.
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Depersonalization Disorder - Understanding What Is It!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Depersonalization Disorder - Understanding What Is It!

Sometimes you may feel like you are observing yourself from outside your body. For most people, this is a passing feeling but for some it can be a persistent feeling. This is known as depersonalization disorder. This dissociative disorder is most common amongst people who have suffered from a traumatic experience. In some cases it may interfere with relationships, work life and other types of daily activities. This disease may also be a sign of other personality disorders, seizures, brain disease or substance abuse.

Observing yourself from the outside is one of the most common signs of depersonalization disorder. Some other symptoms to watch out for are:

  1. Feeling like you are not in control of your speech or movements
  2. Feeling like parts of your body have got distorted, enlarged or shrunk
  3. Feeling like you are a robot
  4. Emotional numbness
  5. Physical numbness
  6. Feeling like your memories are not your own
  7. Distortions of time
  8. Distorted understanding of size, distances etc
  9. Feeling emotionally disconnected from people
  10. Feeling alienated in familiar surroundings

These episodes can last for hours, days, weeks or months and vary in terms of severity as well. Though the exact cause of this disorder is not known, it may be linked to an imbalance of neurotransmitters in the brain. This makes parts of the brain more vulnerable to stress and fear. Depersonalization can be triggered by a number of factors inlcuding

  1. Childhood trauma such as witnessing domestic abuse, a recent traumatic experience such as an accident or the unexpected death of a loved one.
  2. Stress
  3. Develop as a result of growing up with a mentally impaired parent.
  4. The use of Hallucinogens
  5. Depression, anxiety or other mental disorders
  6. Seizures of head injuries
  7. Personality traits that make a person avoid difficult situations

Depersonalization is not a serious disorder on its own, but it can interfere with a person’s daily life. It can also cause difficulties remembering facts and focussing on tasks. It can also interfere with your daily routine activities and relationships.

In most cases, the symptoms go away with time but in some cases, you may need medication. Treatment is usually advised only in cases of recurrent episodes or when the disorder affects daily life and is customized to the patients symptoms. The goal of treatment of depersonalization is to address the stress resulting from the disorder. This treatment could be in the form of medication, family therapy, cognitive therapy, clinical hypnosis or a combination of them. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.

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Borderline Personality Disorder - Signs and Symptoms!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Borderline Personality Disorder - Signs and Symptoms!

The feeling of instability is the crux of borderline personality disorder. This condition usually begins in early adulthood and is worst at its onset. As a person ages, borderline personality disorder usually improves and becomes easier to handle. For a person with borderline personality disorder, everything from their relationships to their moods, thinking and behaviour is unstable and constantly changing. This can be frightening but thankfully, this condition can be treated.

As with any other personality disorder or health issue, the earlier a condition is diagnosed, the easier it is to treat. Hence, it is important to understand the signs and symptoms of this disorder. This disease manifests itself in different ways in each person but some symptoms are commonly experienced. These include:

  1. Fear of abandonment: No one likes to be alone, but people suffering from borderline personality disorder are terrified of being abandoned. Even something as simple as being stood up at a meeting, can make such a person extremely anxious. It can also lead to relationship problems by making the person seem clingy and jealous about their partner.
  2. Unstable relationships: For a person suffering from this disorder, relationships are either perfect or failures. Hence their relationships are extremely passionate but very short lived and they often feel disappointed by their partners.
  3. Unstable self-image: People suffering from this disorder may feel very confident one day and feel the opposite on the next. Though everyone has shifting views of their identity form time to time, for people suffering from this personality disorder, theses shifts are extreme. It can often lead to frequent changes in jobs, friend circles, relationships, goals and values. It can also cause changes in their understanding of sexual orientation.
  4. Impulsive behaviour: People who display self-destructing and attention seeking behaviour may suffer from this condition. This disorder has been often associated with alcoholism, drug abuse and recklessness.
  5. Suicidal behaviorPeople suffering from this disorder may often be associated with behaviour that physically harms them. They are also capable of following through on suicidal threats.
  6. Mood swings: Extreme fluctuations in emotions and moods are a common experience or people suffering from borderline personality disorder. These mood swings usually start only a few minutes of a few hours unlike depression and other anxiety disorders.
  7. Suspicion about everyone around: Borderline personality disorder can make a person struggle with suspicious thoughts about everyone around them and make them paranoid. They often feel out of touch with reality and can feel spaced out when under stress. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.
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Hello doctor. I am in relationship. But I am very insecure about my boyfriend. I don't allow my bf to talk to any girl ever his friends, my friends n even my cousins too. I can't tolerate that. I just want that he must talk with me only not any other girl. Because my thinking is like he talk to any girl he will give importance to her also. But I want him to be mine only. He is too humble. Too kind hearted, he loves me so much even after my so much restrictions he never question me. WHY' like why I am not allow him to do so. He just obey my opinion my wish. He leave his all friends in girls ka becoz of me. Sometimes I curse myself that is becoz of me he is alone. He left his social circle his friends in girls jz because of me I think that I am responsible for his loneliness and spoil his life n even don't allow him to enjoy his college life with friends n social circle. M very fed up from myself. He is suffering due to my suspicious nature. N jz bcoz I would not have any problem any insecurity any stress he leaves everyone. Mostly boys don't do that. Bt he did. Sometimes I am fed up from my nature that why I don't allow him to talk to any girl. What's wrong with me doctor? Why m like this. Why I am doing so. I need to get out of it. I want to. Bt how?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Hello doctor. I am in relationship. But I am very insecure about my boyfriend. I don't allow my bf to talk to any gir...
I presume your insecurity is due to assumptions and not based on factual evidence. Also you identify your life based on this relationship. That is like giving up on yourself. Please know that you are the most important person in your life. Your growth intellectually, emotively, physically and financially is based on your efforts. A relationship is an attempt such that this self growth in both people can be empowering. In case you forget your own growth it is not possible. Growth comes from you. The ability to use it for others comes from relationship. If you get obsessed with a relationship there is no time and energy for growth of self. Thus, you will only bother about the irrelevant and superficial needs. Finally this results in priorities being skewed. Thus years will pass with this behaviour. Your maturity intellectual growth get affected and you remain and immature person identifying with a relationship. Important: focus on your growth. Every thing else will fall into place.
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Hello, My girlfriend have no orgasm, when we sex together. 10 min fingering, licking and after 10 min sex, they have no orgasm. What the problem. Tell me.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Hello,
My girlfriend have no orgasm, when we sex together.
10 min fingering, licking and after 10 min sex, they have ...
No one can tell you Other than your partner. Please ask what the partner finds good Orgasm is not always present. Women take time and they should be secure and trust you to establish relationship in which they are able to express themselves. Please talk. Take time to know the partner well. Rest will follow. Ask them for directions in your behaviour such that they feel secure and trust you.
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My child age is 2 and a half year. Not interested in eating and always crying. Please suggest something.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
My child age is 2 and a half year. Not interested in eating and always crying.
Please suggest something.
Growth in child results in usage of all nutritive elements. We are a nutritionally deprived nation. Vegetarian diet may also promote this. Hygiene and nutrition go hand in hand. I would have done this for my child. Ensure at least one if not two eggs a day. Please check for egg allergy. ALSO ensure multivitamins and frequent alpha 1A protein intake. Deworming would be required if suggested by doctor. Alpha 1 protection is animal protein. In case you are upset of now eating that please take multivitamins syrup and some supplement for extra protein in market. Fish chicken and egg are good for growth. I hope this is good enough for you.
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Types Of Schizophrenia - How Can They Be Dealt With?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Types Of Schizophrenia - How Can They Be Dealt With?

Schizophrenia affects over 1% of the world’s population and affects the way a person thinks, feels and behaves. In most cases, it is diagnosed when a person is between the ages of 16 to 25. This condition can be hereditary and is said to affect men more often than women. Schizophrenia is characterized by an inability to distinguish between real and imaginary which can lead to delusions, social withdrawal, hallucinations and other forms of social and occupational dysfunction.

Schizophrenia affects different people in different ways. On the basis of the type of symptoms exhibited, this disease has been categorized into 5 sub types. These are:

  1. Paranoid schizophrenia: This type of schizophrenia is characterized by delusions and hallucinations that may make the person exhibit paranoid behaviour. These people often feel like they are being watched or followed and may have delusions of grandeur. They may also get angry quickly on minor issues and show signs of anxiety and hostility.
  2. Disorganized schizophrenia: In such cases, the person may behave in ways that are difficult to understand or speak in broken sentences and have difficulty structuring a sentence. They may also display inappropriate behaviour and react in ways not suitable to the occasion. People suffering from disorganized schizophrenia may also neglect their personal hygiene.
  3. Catatonic schizophrenia: People suffering from catatonic schizophrenia may swing between immobility and periods of rapid movement. They may stay quiet for hours or talk rapidly repeating everything they hear. These people have a high risk of harming themselves as they are usually unable to look after themselves and complete daily activities.
  4. Undifferentiated schizophrenia: People suffering from this type of schizophrenia exhibit behaviour that fits into more than one type of schizophrenia. From time to time they may have hallucinations, suffer from delusions or display catatonic behaviour and disorganized behaviour or speech.
  5. Residual schizophrenia: Even though a person may not be currently showcasing any signs of schizophrenia, they are said to have residual schizophrenia. Such people need to have had at least one schizophrenic episode. These people may exhibit symptoms later or be in complete remission.

With schizophrenia, an early diagnosis can make treatment easier and hence if you notice anyone exhibiting signs of schizophrenia, you must advise them to seek medical help immediately. Schizophrenia cannot be cured but it can be managed with a combination of typical or atypical medication and cognitive therapy. The latter can be in the form of self-help groups, housing and employment programs, counselling and therapy.

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Does regular masturbation caused lower sperm count? And how produce more sperm? Is shilajit capsules help?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Does regular masturbation caused lower sperm count?
And how produce more sperm?
Is shilajit capsules help?
No it will not cause a low sperm count. If you masturbate excessively it may cause the ramen to become more fluid and less thick. This has nothing to do with sperm count. Please be balanced on your approach to masturbation. Don't make it a habit. Masturbation required only if sexually excited. Regards
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Dissociative Amnesia - 9 Ways To Deal With It!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Pune
Dissociative Amnesia - 9 Ways To Deal With It!

Everyone forgets things once in a while, but for some people this forgetfulness can be a sign of a bigger problem. People who cannot remember important information about their life may be said to be suffering from dissociative amnesia. This can cause memory loss of specific events and themes or make the person forget a majority of their identity and history in general. This dissociative disorder can be mild or be severe enough to affect the daily functioning of a person.

Lost memories cannot be brought back with treatment but treatment can help a person suffering from this disorder reconnect with people and feel secure in their surroundings. The treatment of this condition must be customized to the person’s symptoms. Some forms of treatment for dissociative amnesia are:

  1. PsychotherapyThis is also known as talk therapy as it largely involves conversations between the patient and doctor. It is the main form of therapy used to treat this condition and can also act as an umbrella for many other types of therapy.
  2. Cognitive behavioral therapyCognitive therapy focuses on changing the person’s behaviour. It focuses on thinking patterns and feelings that are harmful to the person self-image.
  3. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Dissociative amnesia is often associated with traumatic events. In such cases eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is used to address symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorders such as nightmares and flashbacks.
  4. Dialectic behaviour therapy: People who have suffered from abuse or trauma may have severe personality disturbances which may include dissociative amnesia. In such cases, dialectic behaviour therapy may be used.
  5. Family therapyDissociative amnesia is often a recurrent condition and affects not only the life of the patient but that of his or her family as well. Hence therapy for the entire family is often necessary.
  6. Creative therapies: Cognitive therapy includes art therapy, music therapy etc. This allows patients to explore different ways of expressing their thoughts and feelings.
  7. MeditationMeditation and practising relaxation techniques make people more aware of their internal stress levels and equip them to better handle their symptoms.
  8. Clinical hypnosis: When being used to treat this disorder, hypnosis allows a person to express thoughts and emotions they may have hidden form their conscious minds. Through hypnosis the patient can achieve a different state of consciousness through relaxation techniques, concentration and attention.
  9. Medication: Dissociative amnesia cannot be treated through medication but antidepressants and anti-anxiety medication can help deal with the disorder by calming the mind. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a psychiatrist.
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