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Dr. Mukta Umarjit

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. Mukta Umarjit is a renowned Gynaecologist in central Panchgani, Pune. She is currently associated with M J M Hospital in central Panchgani, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Mukta Umarjit on has top trusted Gynaecologists from across India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 28 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Pune and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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I am 42 year old. My last mensural cycle was prolonged from 25th march - april 8th which was stopped after taking regestrone 5mg for 6. 5 days. My periods started again on 20th april. What can be the possible reason?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Hi mam, good morning I read your c/o accordingly your age is consider you r at menopausal age. You may take bioch. Irregular menses. Or lach 3c 3 hrly you can read my tips on menopause. As I homepath I advice you to give me proper case so I can prescribe you best constitutional remedy 4 you which is important for u, as your in menopause age so there r different changes in hormones which cause you symptoms like irritable, flushes etc. Take care. God bless you thanks.
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What is ICSI. How should v know that whether should go. Icsi or ivf. Kindly help. M planning for it. problem is of Pcos n low sperm count.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
What is ICSI. How should v know that whether should go. Icsi or ivf. Kindly help. M planning for it. problem is of Pc...
Hi lybrate-user. Icsi is a part of ivf only. There are many ways to achieve a healthy conception in ivf treatment and icsi is one of them. It is usually done when sperm count is low. It is procedure in which sperms are taken, visualised under microscope and a healthy sperm is selected and injected into the egg to make a zygote (very early baby). Hope this information has been helpful. All the best.
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Breastfeeding - Know Its Top 5 Benefits!

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Dehradun
Breastfeeding - Know Its Top 5 Benefits!

A mother’s milk is said to be the most nutritious food for a new born baby. It contains the perfect balance of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals needed for your baby and changes to keep up with your baby’s growing needs. However, the benefits of breastfeeding extend way beyond nutritional value. Breastfeeding is beneficial for both you and your baby. Ideally, a baby should be breastfed for at least the first six months.

Here are 5 major benefits of breastfeeding.

  1. Stronger immunity: Mother’s milk is rich in antibodies and a number of unique compounds that help the newborn child’s body fight bacterial and viral infections. No other form of baby food is as rich in these antibodies. Babies who have been breastfed have a lower risk of suffering from ailments such as ear infection, stomach upsets and respiratory problems. The first milk expressed by a woman’s breasts after giving birth is known as colostrums. This milk coats the baby’s digestive system and prevents the growth of harmful bacteria.
  2. Fewer allergies: Breast milk is easier to digest than formula or cow’s milk. This protects the gastrointestinal passages from inflammation and prevents undigested food from triggering allergic reactions. Being breastfed can also reduce the number of allergies a child may suffer from in their later years.
  3. Healthy body weight: Breastfeeding makes a child less likely to suffer from obesity in their later childhood and adult years. This is because breast milk contains less insulin and more hormones as compared to formula. This helps regulate fat absorption. On an average, babied fed on formula put on weight quickly and are more likely to overeat in their later years.
  4. Stronger bones: Breastfeeding is beneficial for both the child and the mother. When a woman is breastfeeding her child, her body’s ability to absorb calcium increases. This helps increase bone density, especially as pregnancy can make bones weak.
  5. Builds a strong mother-child bond: After 9 months of carrying a child to term, giving birth may lead to post partum depression and a mother may feel the connection between her and the child severed. Breastfeeding helps nurture this connection and provides emotional relief to both the mother and child. For the mother, this experience releases hormones that reduce stress and relax the body. For the baby, close physical contact is very important and this process provides the perfect opportunity to do so.

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

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Why girls wanted to go for pee imideate after sex? Nd why white blood comes from vagina after 2 3 days of sex?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
It is good idea for females to empty their bladder before and after sexual intercourse because it is one way to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI). The anus is pretty darn close to the vagina. This means that fecal bacteria is also nearby, even in the cleanest of women. This situation plus sex can have an unpleasant outcome. UTI’s are usually caused by a bacteria called E. Coli which travel from her colon to the urethra and bladder. Since these three areas of her body are in close vicinity to one another, sexual intercourse facilitates the E. Coli to be transferred from the rectal area up into the urethra. Once the bacteria is situated in the urethra it multiplies, thus causing a UTI. Naturally, however any sexual activity that irritates the urethra puts pressure on the bladder, making her want to urinate. If she is having problems urinating, try drinking more water and other fluids. In order to prevent irritation to the urethra, try to avoid prolonged direct clitoral stimulation and make sure her vagina is lubricated. Rear entry positions and prolonged vigorous intercourse tends to put additional stress on her urethra. This is also why partners should not switch to vaginal intercourse right after anal sex. Emptying out your bladder before having sex flushes existing E. Coli out of your urethra. Urinating after sex prevents E. Coli from settling into female Urethera which may ultimately cause a UTI. It is not the white blood but is a natural vaginal discharge which comes out due to sexual stimulation and it is normal until and unless it is not irritating, itchy and smelly.
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My wife is 7 month pregnant and having placenta previa Is it ok to have sex with her now any problem of have sex with her like bleeding or something?

Diploma In Obstetrics & Gynaecology, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife is 7 month pregnant and having placenta previa Is it ok to have sex with her now any problem of have sex with...
No it is not recommended to have sex in cases of placenta previa as it can lead to heavy bleeding and complications.
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I married at the age of 35. Not yet conceived. Now 44 Yrs. Partner is not with me. Any options. Maybe can get married in future or no.

Gynaecologist, Vadodara
I married at the age of 35. Not yet conceived. Now 44
Yrs. Partner is not with me. Any options. Maybe can get married...
You can go for ivf if you wish to be single mother. If you are planning to marry later you may go mostly for donor cycle ivf.
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I had sex with my gf. And I never ejaculated in her vagina. Nw I hv a doubt .is there any chance to be pregnant? After had sexual intercourse she drunk a papaya juice Upton 3 days. Nw can you tell me. Is there any chance of pregnancy?

MBBS, DGO, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynaecologist, Noida
I had sex with my gf. And I never ejaculated in her vagina. Nw I hv a doubt .is there any chance to be pregnant?
Until and unless there is ejaculation in inside vagina or vulva chance of getting pregnant are less, but Still if you are in doubt then have urine pregnancy test done if she misses her periods.
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I have sucked vagina for the first time and I am not sure about the hygienic of her vagina. What can be the worst side effects? I did it for a minute almost. Please reply. Thanks in advance.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello- Most people believe that oral sex is “safe” sex and don’t even realize that it’s considered sex. Despite that misconception, having oral sex is actually risky sexual behavior that puts all participants involved in jeopardy of contracting a number of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections. The following STDs can be contracted through oral sex: oral herpes, genital herpes, genital warts (which are caused by HPV), hepatitis A, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. Performing OR receiving unprotected oral sex puts you at risk of contracting these STDs.
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Sexual Therapy - How It Can Help You?

Sexologist, Gurgaon
Sexual Therapy - How It Can Help You?

Over the last couple of decades, there has been a steady increase in the number of issues pertaining to sex. While there are a variety of reasons attributed to it including more exposure to sex through media forums, the changing lifestyle of people is said to be a bigger reason.

With people connected to their work all through the day and multitasking on the rise, work is never complete. Even when retiring for the night, there are always things running about what next to do. In cases where both couples are working, there is no match of timings either. That being the case, sex has taken a backseat, almost the last seat.

In addition, the altered Indian lifestyle also has led to greater exposure to sex leading to increased cases of abuse (family/friends circle), past unpleasant experiences, relationship failures, etc.  All these have changed the equations in relationships.

More and more couples are worried about a number of sexual issues, including:

  • Loss of desire 
  • Anxiety about sex
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Orgasmic disorder
  • Premature or delayed ejaculation
  • Conflicting sexual desires 
  • Past sexual abuse or assault
  • Loneliness
  • Image issues 
  • Promiscuity 

Sex therapy is on the rise, and 90% of the therapy consists of getting the couples to have a frank, open discussion. As much as it is a private topic, the problem can only be solved when an open discussion happens, both with the doctor and with the partner.

Whether it is past abuse or erectile dysfunction, the first step is to acknowledge the problem and discuss about it. If you are not able to confide in your partner or a good friend, it is advisable to seek a therapist.  

It is wise to pick a therapist who comes through referral. Some things to keep in mind are:

  1. Be open - Like any other counseling, sex therapy also involves a frank discussion with complete confidence in the person. The therapist will understand your concerns about anxiety or problem and help you how to communicate your desires and needs with your partner.
  2. It does not end with one discussion - Starting to work with a sex therapist is just the first step. It might take a while (a few months) to completely resolve the issue and identify the solution.
  3. Involve your partner - Though it is advisable to start talking alone with the therapist, after a couple of sessions, the partner may also be called in to see if there is something that needs to be worked upon.

Sex therapy can definitely help to resolve the above noted issues and improve sex life, which is very essential for a healthy body and relationship. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

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