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Dr. Srivastava Padma

Gynaecologist, Pune

500 at clinic
Dr. Srivastava Padma Gynaecologist, Pune
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Dr. Srivastava Padma is a popular Gynaecologist in Fatima Nagar, Pune. He is currently associated with Inamdar Multispeciality Hospital in Fatima Nagar, Pune. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Srivastava Padma on Lybrate.com.

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Having intercourse during periods , does it reduce the flow of periods ? I had on my 2nd day and now on 4th day flow of periods has reduced.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Having intercourse during periods , does it reduce the flow of periods ? I had on my 2nd day and now on 4th day flow ...
Hello, naturally on 4th day of periods flow reduces so don't worry but you should not do intercourse between menses as there are chances of infection. Thanks.
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PytoberryQ is in homeopathy and it is for what uses and who can use it and dosage of it and it is for adults or children.

BHMS, PGDM (Emergency Medical services)
Homeopath, Pune
PytoberryQ is in homeopathy and it is for what uses and who can use it and dosage of it and it is for adults or child...
Hi. Phytolacca berry used to reduce weight. Long course of medicines needed as meds needs time to act. Adult can take medicines safely twice a day either as few drops of mother tincture with water or any potencies as per advice of homeopath. Tc.
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I want sex with my wife. With out having condom and I do not want to use any medicine after having sex to prevent pregnancy. She will get periods in between 14 to 19 days. Which days is safe not get pregnancy to have sex without using condom.

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
No period is completely safe to prevent pregnancy. But as a rough guide days 1 to 7 and last 7 days of the menstrual cycle are safe for having sex (in females with a cycle of 28 days or more). If you wish to enjoy your sexual experiences without barriers like condoms, you may ask your wife to start oc pills after a gynecologist's advice.
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Mai pregnancy nhi chahti hu mujhe iske liye kya krna behtr hoga lambe waqt ke liye?

Sexologist, Delhi
Mai pregnancy nhi chahti hu mujhe iske liye kya krna behtr hoga lambe waqt ke liye?
Avoid intercourse in unsafe days. Try to pull back penis before ejaculation. These are natural ways. Get copper t inserted. Surgically or take pills but it disturb hormonal balance.
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Ayurveda and the Digestive System

N.D.D.Y, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), specialist in ayurvedic ksharsutra therapy
Ayurveda, Delhi
Ayurveda and the Digestive System

The Ayurvedic body of knowledge relies on the rhythms and functions of the body to find the root cause of ailments. The digestive tract or system is one of the most important organs of the body. The entry and accumulation of Ama or toxins can lead to an imbalance in the way the small and large intestines functions along with various other participating organs like the liver and more. As per Ayurveda, the digestive fires or Agni also need to be produced in appropriate amounts.

So how can you understand and take care of your digestive system, the Ayurvedic way? Here's our take on the matter:

  1. Types of Agni: The digestive system has four kinds of Agni or fire that keeps it in working condition. The Jathar Agni ensures that hydrochloric acid is being produced in the stomach which directly affects the thyroid gland. The Bhuta Agni takes care of the bile acid formation in the liver. The Kloma Agni manages the pancreatic enzymes that help in digesting and absorbing sugar properly. And finally, the Dhatu Agni takes care of the tissue transformation in this entire process and region. A weak state of any of the four Agnis will lead an imbalance and food will not be digested properly.
  2. Doshas and Agni: As per Ayurvedic science, the state of your Agni and its strength depends on the four Doshas and the one that afflicts your being. In Vata and Kapha Dosha patients, the Agni will be weak which will lead to a 'cold' digestive system where the food will not be digested properly. This can lead to constipation in the long run as well as loose motions and gas. In case there is a Pitta Dosha, the raging fire of Agni will be unbearable, which can lead to acid reflux disease and chronic acidity as well as heartburn.
  3. Herbs and Spices: The use of herbs and spices while cooking can greatly cool or revive the Angi, depending on your Dosha. Ingesting a sliver of ginger along with lemon juice can help in warming the cold fire of the Agni, along with other aroma releasing spices like cardamom, pepper and licorice. Further, saliva and enzyme secretion can happen with these spices too. Also, these herbs can ensure that your digestion does not work overtime or create excess heat.
  4. Ama: Using hing to season your meals can also help in better digestion of food and less accumulation of Ama or toxins.

One needs to know the state of the Agni in the body and regulate the diet and routine with proper sleep and food intake patterns, for a well-functioning digestive system.

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I m 27 female, unmarried and have an irregular periods, i weight 65 kg, wants to reduce weight. I need your suggestion.

BHMS
Homeopath, Ahmedabad
Irregular periods with and your BMI is around 26. There are positive indications for PCOS -polycystic ovarian syndrome. Other symptoms include hair growth on chest/chin. You should undergo an USG-abdomen with pelvis to rule out the above. Then you can further consult for treatment. - Regards Dr Anand Joshi Enjoy Health With Homoeopathy!
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Bacha ulta hai delivery 3/01/17 ko hai kya normal delivery ho sakta hai? Ya sahi direction me lane ka kya upay hai.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Obstetrician, Warangal
Bacha ulta hai delivery 3/01/17 ko hai kya normal delivery ho sakta hai? Ya sahi direction me lane ka kya upay hai.
Hi lybrate-user, as you said baby is transverse /breech mother is already term, mother has to go for cesarean section preferably.
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I am 22 year old and I am a virgin. I had a delayed period after 2 months. I had a very keen pain on my lower abdomen that lasted the whole night on the 1st day of my periods. The next day morning there was a chunky fleshy discharge with droplets of blood on it. Is it normal? What causes such a discharge? Should I fear? Will I be infertile?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am 22 year old and I am a virgin. I had a delayed period after 2 months. I had a very keen pain on my lower abdomen...
Your problem is not uncommon. Sometimes, the periods may be disturbed due to physical exertion, stress, sickness and hormonal disturbance. Homoeopathy has good treatment without causing adverse effects. Commencing from 5 days before next expected period, take homoeopathic medicine Belladonna 200 twice daily in the morning and in the evening and give feedback after next menses.. For further treatment, consult privately Rs 149/-
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Dr. my have phosphates positive in urine test and before urine test if she eat she always vomit and nort feel hungry after we go. Hospital they told us phosphates positive Dr. this is any dangerous or it normal and she pregnant 2 and half month.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Dr. my have phosphates positive in urine test and before urine test if she eat she always vomit and nort feel hungry ...
High urine phosphate levels may be caused by kidney diseases, an over-active parathyroid gland (hyperparathyroidism) and too much vitamin d in the body. During early pregnancy such report is possible even when there is no abnormality. As she is vomiting a lot, you should get urine ketone done which will help her. Also you can repeat the test for phosphate from anothe lab once vomiting subsides.
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She have a problem some time she feel a pain upper side of vagina give a suggestion.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Vaginal pains can be due to any one of the following reaons like Vaginitis,Fungal infections,Cervicitis,PID( Pelvic inflammatory disease),The diagnosis can only be made after a physical examination.
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All About Rectocele

MD-Gynaecologist & Obstetrician , MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
All About Rectocele

Also known as Posterior Prolapse, Rectocele involves weakening of the walls between vagina and rectum, thereby, causing the rectal wall to swell and protrude into the space of the vagina. This bulging is a common, but temporary problem that arises after childbirth. In severe cases, the swollen tissues may extend out of the vaginal opening and usually cause more discomfort than pain.

What are the most common causes for Rectocele?

  1. An upright posture places a lot of weight on the pelvic region, which is probably the most important cause for Rectocele or Posterior Prolapse.
  2. Constipation is also a very valid reason for Rectocele because it causes straining of the connective tissues that separate the vagina and the rectum.
  3. Constant heavy lifting and indiscriminate increase of body weight may also put a lot of pressure on the pelvic region that could ultimately lead to weakening of rectal and vaginal tissues.
  4. Weakening of vaginal passageway due to pregnancy and childbirth is also a common reason for Rectocele development.
  5. Chances of developing Posterior Prolapse increases with age.

Physiological problems posed due to Rectocele

  1. Passage of bowel becomes difficult and may sometimes require pressure on the vaginal bulge.
  2. The protrusion of tissue takes place from your vaginal opening, when you strain while passing bowel. This usually happens in people with constipation.
  3. This disorder may also induce a sensation that the bowel tract has not been fully emptied even after passing stool.
  4. Such vaginal bulging also causes difficulties and embarrassing concerns during sexual intercourse.

Medical recommendations and preventive measures to tackle Rectocele

  1. Home made remedies and exercise are usually effective. Performing exercises help re tighten the pelvic muscles and tissues, thus reversing the effects of Rectocele. Vaginal pessaries or rubber rings, inserted into the vagina, can also support loose tissues and keep them in place.
  2. Surgical procedures are hardly needed in most cases of Rectocele. But if the issue is chronic, you may opt for removing the protruding tissues by surgery or strengthen the boundary between vagina and rectum by a mesh patch. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.
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Laparoscopy - How it is Beneficial?

MBBS, M.S( Gynaecology)
Gynaecologist, Surat
Laparoscopy - How it is Beneficial?

Diagnostic laparoscopy is a surgical process for examining different kinds of organs present in the abdomen. It is a low-risk and minimally invasive process in which just a small incision is made. This allows the doctor to evaluate the conditions of your abdominal organs without opting for an open surgery. It’s mostly performed when the patient complains of pain in the pelvic region and when other assessing methods have failed to detect the reason behind the pain and discomfort.

How is laparoscopy done?
The laparoscope is a slim and well-lit telescope that allows your doctor to evaluate the conditions of various organs in your body. It can help in determining whether there is any instance of fibroid or endometriosis. It can help in performing a variety of surgeries like removal of ovarian cysts, hysterectomy and tubal ligation. This surgery involves much lesser healing time compared to other elaborate surgeries.

Why should you go for laparoscopy?
Your gynaecologist may recommend you to get a laparoscopy for a treatment or for diagnosis. It is mostly performed due to unexplained pelvic ache, infertility and a history of pelvic infection. Laparoscopy is also performed for the diagnosis of conditions such as uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic pus or abscess, ectopic pregnancy, painful scar, inflammatory disease in the pelvic region and reproductive cancers.

How to prepare for gynaecological laparoscopy?
Your gynaecologist would ask you to prepare for the laparoscopy test on the basis of the type of surgery. Your doctor would ask you about the medication you take, which would include health supplements and over-the-counter medications and in certain cases you may have to stop certain medications. This process is performed under anaesthesia and you would be able to go home on the same day. The following process depends on the type of process. The diagnosis process is completed faster than the surgical process in which an incision is required to be made. The instrument would be inserted through the incision and then the surgery is executed by inserting the laparoscope tool. Once the process is completed, all the tools are removed from the body and the incision would be closed with stitches and the affected area would be bandaged.

In recent times, the laparoscopic process has advanced to a great extent and robotic surgery is often used for performing the surgical process. This is because it has been proven that robotic hands are steadier than human hands and can perform fine manipulations effortlessly.

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I am 7+ weeks pregnant. My weight is 80 KGS. Please suggest some diet chart so that I can maintain proper weight for my baby.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 7+ weeks pregnant. My weight is 80 KGS. Please suggest some diet chart so that I can maintain proper weight for ...
For reducing your weight you should have brisk walk for 4-5 km daily, high protein diet (fish, chicken, mutton without fat, pulses, mushrooms), low carbohydrate diet (avoid rice, chapatti, bread, poha, upma, idli, dosa, potato, sugar etc and can use bhakri instead) and low fat i. E. Less oil and preferably use rice bran oil.
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The bleeding after 7 days of taking ipill. Does that mean I am not pregnanat? will it affect my regular periods date? the bleeding lasted for 4 days and was similar to my periods but was not at the proper date.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ludhiana
Bleeding after ipill is due to withdrawal & rules out pregnancy. It is equals to your period and your next period will come according to this date.
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Doctor, my girl is having her periods now. She said that this time the blood shed was too low comparing the last time she had. Is there anything to worry about this doctor?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Ayurveda
Sexologist, Haldwani
Doctor, my girl is having her periods now. She said that this time the blood shed was too low comparing the last time...
Hello- Flow of menstrual bloods has its ups and down due to factors like digestion, physical exertion, use of allopathic medicines, sleep hours etc. So nothing serious in having irregular blood flow in two consecutive cycles.
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Question:- I was taking Doris 30 for 21days (on my third day of the period cycle, I was supposed to take the medicine for continuous 21days but I forgot to take it yesterday. So I don't know whether I have to start again or I can continue with the tablet for remaining days.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Question:- I was taking Doris 30 for 21days (on my third day of the period cycle, I was supposed to take the medicine...
Take the tablet you have forgotten today and then continue the remaining as usual. However in order to prevent any unwanted pregnancy please use added protection like condoms for the next 7 days.
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I'm 2centi dilateddn having mild contractions my due date according to calculation basing on my last period date 24th 2014 is 31st march 2015 but in scan it is 5th April now what should I do ?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Irrespective of the date given to you, you are in pre-labour. Consult your obstetrician at the earliest.
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I have last period on 27 march. I have tested pregnany test (card test at home) it is negative. I have period irregularity problem.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Most common causes of irregular periods: eating disorders, like anorexia and bulimia excessive weight gain or weight loss; extreme thinness and obesity both cause your menstrual cycle to become irregular or even to disappear stress or emotional problems hormonal problems, for example, when the thyroid malfunctions? travel over-exercising: if you're an athlete and train very hard, you may stop menstruating because your body wants to survive and save energy and menstruation requires energy problems with the pelvic organs (such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, for example) drugs like birth-control pills can affect the frequency and / or intensity of menstruation? breastfeeding. You can use homeopathic medicines for your problem.
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My parents are 65 plus. What measures or daily habits can I suggest them so that they do not face any health issues and live a long and healthy life?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My parents are 65 plus.
What measures or daily habits can I suggest them so that they do not face any health issues a...
Eat moderately, exercise, long walks, healthy diet, no smoking or exposure to pollution, getting involved with fruitful activities, loneliness & depression can kill the person, so keep visiting them, if you are living away from them, if living with them, give them their space and do tell kids to bond with them, parents relive lives of their kids through grand children. Make sure about helpers in the home.
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