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Dr. R J Khanade

Gynaecologist, Pune

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Dr. R J Khanade is a popular Gynaecologist in Satara Road, Pune. He is currently practising at Khanade Hospital in Satara Road, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. R J Khanade and consult privately on has top trusted Gynaecologists from across India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 36 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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Benefits of tulsi

Fellowship of College of General Practice (FCGP), MD - General Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Nagapattinam
Take tulsi

Research suggests that this ayurvedic herb, also called holy basil, may help manage levels of the stress hormone cortisol, helping to boost your mood. Look for teas and supplements in health-food stores and follow package directions.
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I missed a yasmin pill on the fourth day of my current pack, and I had unprotected sex on the third day of. The last time I have missed a pill was the 14th day of my last pack. So I was wondering if I am at risk of getting pregnant please tell me

Diploma in Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
I missed a yasmin pill on the fourth day of my current pack, and I had unprotected sex on the third day of. The last ...
Yes if you have missed a pill it makes you vulnerable for unwanted pregnancy. If you miss a pill on a day, try popping in the tablet as soon as you remember or take the usual dose the same night and the regular pill the next day . Besides do not assume that pregnancy will not happen because it did not happen the last time. There is always a chance. So get in the habit of taking your pills regularly.
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Hi doctor ,Actually my wife is pregnant now. And she want abort it. So it's there is pills to abortion.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology -
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
U hv to get ultrasound done before pills. Go to a gynae for prescription. If ure in delhi ncr , u cn consult me
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Sir, After my delivery my stomach is same as if I am carrying. Mines was operation. Not normal delivery. To flatten my stomach. I am in diet and doing exercise also. Please help me.

Sexologist, Panchkula
You should do abdominal exercises and take more of proteins and less of fats and carbohydrates. Take fruits and vegetables in daily diet.Take 8 to 10 glasses of water daily.
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She took an I pill after a sexual intercourse. And its been over a week her periods hasn't been started! And she is having severe stomach pain. From last three days. She is just 20 years old!

General Physician, Delhi
She took an I pill after a sexual intercourse. And its been over a week her periods hasn't been started! And she is h...
Hi, I pill delays periods. There are chances of'more than normal' bleeding during periods after taking I pill. There may be vomiting-like-feeling, vomiting, stomach pain for some. I pill definitely delays periods, so don't worry about that. If she don't get periods within 15 days of taking I pill, she should undergo pregnancy test.
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She was suffering from periods nd she feel lot of pain den how to reduce the pain during dat tym?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
She was suffering from periods nd she feel lot of pain den how to reduce the pain during dat tym?
She is suffering from dysmenorrhoea which should be initially treated with meftal spas three times a day during menses. If the pain is too severe and not controlled by medicines then she would benefit by getting ultrasound done which can find ovarian cyst or endometriosis or fibroids.
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Hello sir I am srija .my age 26 years. I have severe period pain in every month with three days bleeding. L have regular menstrual cycle with normal bleeding. I am suffering with this problem since 13 years. Please give me solution for this problem. Other wise give good doctor name for this in Hyderabad city.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
Hello sir I am srija .my age 26 years. I have severe period pain in every month with three days bleeding. L have regu...
It is because of hormonal imbalance. Take Pituitarinum 30 one dose now, 2nd dose tomorrow morning and 3rd dose tomorrow night. This will start getting reduced. Continue this for 3 weeks. If you do not get desired results please let me know. I will guide you further. Take care. :) And start eating some oily and fatty food such as ghee, butter, etc.
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Milk Coffee Vs Black Coffee - Which is Good For You?

Master of Science - Clinical Nutrition & dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Milk Coffee Vs Black Coffee - Which is Good For You?

Coffee is loaded with beneficial nutrients and anti-oxidants that can improve your health. Despite the myriad varieties coffee is usually consumed in, black coffee and milk coffee seem to interest the largest audience. The comparison between the two can come to an end, if you know what exactly you are looking for:

  1. For weight loss: If you want to shed a few kilos, you can add black coffee to your diet plan due to its low calorie content than the milk alternative. A cup of black coffee contains 20 kilo calories while a cuppa prepared with milk and sugar has about 60 kilo calories. Caffeine also increases metabolism in the body that may help you in burning more calories.
  2. To reduce the risk of diabetes: Coffee intake lowers your blood sugar level and in turn reducing your risk for diabetes. Moreover, the nutrients in coffee help your body use insulin, a hormone essential to store and use sugar that is delivered by your food. Those who drink considerable amounts of either regular or decaffeinated coffee could less likely to develop diabetes as compared to those who drink little or no coffee. This relationship between substantial coffee intake and diabetes suggests that each cup of coffee that you drink reduces your risk of developing diabetes by 7 per cent, if taken regularly.
  3. For a smarter you: The stimulant called caffeine is the world's most frequently consumed psychoactive ingredient. Caffeine is absorbed into your bloodstream and then travels into the brain where it blocks an inhibitory neurotransmitter known as Adenosine. This increases the amounts of other neurotransmitters like norepinephrine and dopamine, leading to an enhanced firing of neurons. Coffee improves your brain function including memory, mood, vigilance, energy levels, reaction times and general cognitive function.

Regular coffee with milk and sugar

Although it is not entirely healthy to take added sugar and milk (Basically, roughly three times the calorie content of black coffee), you can drink a cup of milk coffee per day. If you are a caffeine addict and want to cut down your coffee intake, you should consider drinking cafe latte rather than an Americano to decrease caffeine content and increase protein content by adding milk. Besides, drinking your coffee black, post evening keeps you wide awake also disrupting your circadian rhythm. You might want to sip on thick, milky coffee on such occasions. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.

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Talking About Infertility

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
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Brief description on infertility and its treatment

I am Dr. Radhika gynecologist and infertility specialist from Institute of Women's Health and Fertility. Infertility almost in about 10-15% of couples trying for pregnancy are facing problem with conception. This is almost a rising trend that nowadays almost 1 in 6-7 couples have problem in conception.

When we call it infertility? Infertility is nothing but when a couple is trying to conceive without any protection or without any means of protection for almost 1 year of unprotected intercourse we call it infertility. Let me just explain how an infertile couple is taken through an infertile clinic? During the first visit the couple is analysed and they are taken in detail history as what is the cause to infertility? What is the duration of infertility? What is the duration of married life? What is the age of the couple that is the age of the female partner and the male partner? Had there been any pregnancy in the past? Is there any miscarriage in the past? Once the examination and history is taken we go for work up of the patient. That is we see for the ovarian function to ensure that ovary is functioning well that is to ensure that ovulation is going fine. We also look for the tubal factors. Tubal factor analysis is done by a test called salpingogram or hysterosalpingogram. If there is a problem in hysterosalpingogram that is tubes are looking blocked then we analyze with the further test called further the surgical assessment; like laparoscopy.

Once the tubes are cleared we also analyze how the uterus is with the hysterosalpingogram? As I already told you male factor is analysed by Semen analysis after an abstinence of 2 to 5 days. Once all these are ruled out we get to analyze or we get to reach to a conclusion as what may be the probable cause of these infertile couple? There may be few factors like peritoneal factors like an endometriosis. We have the endometrium of the inner layer of the uterus growing elsewhere outside the uterus. That is the inner layer of the uterus or endometrium grow in the ovaries or may grow in the pouch of Douglas. That is behind the uterus or may grow near the tubes. These all cause an addition or attachment of the uterus to the tubes. And they impair the easy pick up of the ovum or the egg from the end of the tube to the ovum end that is the inner end of the tube. When there is no egg pick up there is no pregnancy. Some most of the time in which simple infertility treatments and simple infertility counselling how they have to go about natural conception and when they have to try when the egg is being released? With all these thing itself 70% of the couples would conceive. And only in about 10 to 15% will go to the next step like IUI or further steps like test tube baby procedures. IUI is intrauterine insemination where sperm sample is collected in the laboratory. It is washed off the impurities and the good motile sperms are injected into the uterus through a thin canella or a catheter. This sperms have to travel a very short distance from the uterine cavity into the tube when egg is already picked up and stay. So this distance to be travelled is very short thereby increasing the chance of pregnancy. IUI is of major benefit in minimal or mild male factor infertility.

Once we have seen the other factors are also ruled out and ensure that everything is fine then we counsel the couple for IVF or test tube baby procedure. IVF is in vitro fertilization. What we do in this one is give injections or give continuous injections to the lady which will cause superovulation. Once the eggs attain a mature size we collect all of them through a thin needle into the test tube washed off the impurities and then incubated. The same time the sperm is collected in the laboratory. The egg under sperm is inseminated together and embryos are grown in the laboratory. Once these embryos are grown they are pushed back or transferred back to the womb using a thin capita that is the embryo transfer catheter. After 48 to 72 hours usually or even after 5 days sometimes.

But, in few men or in few couples the problem is the severe male factor infertility. That is we find only few sperms or in the ejaculate we find only few sperms or sometimes not even a few sperms in the ejaculate. In that condition we can surgically aspirate the sperm from the testicular tissue and see if it is already there. Once we get a good sperm from the testicular tissue we inject that good sperm tissue in the cytoplasm of the egg so that we have maximum chance of fertilization. This particular process is called ICSI or Intracytoplasmic sperm injection. So this increases the chance of fertilization and this further increases the chances of pregnancy also. That's it about infertility over you.

Thank you And if you have any issues regarding infertility or regarding counselling about how conception occurs are how to go about trial for pregnancy you can visit us.

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When can I have sex during ,after or before the periods of a girl? Explain in detail please.

Certification in Robotic surgery in Gynecology, MRCOG (LONDON), Fellowship in Gyn Endoscopy, MD - Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
If a woman has a regular 28 day monthly cycle, the days that she can get pregnant are between 10th day to 18th day, considering first day of periods as day one.
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