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Dr. Todkar Veena

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Dr. Todkar Veena is a trusted Gynaecologist in Erandwane, Pune. You can meet Dr. Todkar Veena personally at Ace Hospital, Erandwane in Erandwane, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Todkar Veena on Lybrate.com.

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actually I was due on 25th nov till now I have not got my periods and on 3rd I have had unprotected sex should I take pill and wt bout my periods wt should I do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
actually I was due on 25th nov till now I have not got my periods and on 3rd I have had unprotected sex should I take...
you need to do Urine Pregnancy test. It should be done 10 days after missing your period. For example if your date was 10th, then do the test on 20th. Before that it can give false negative or false positive test.

PCOS: Major Causes Behind

Masters In Counselling & Psychotherapy, DGO, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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Good afternoon everybody!

I am Dr. Anjali Bapat. I am a Gynecologist and I practice at Mahim. Now today I am going to tell you something about PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Why I'm telling you this is basically because in my practice I come across many young girl from the age group of 20 to 40, who complain of an irregular period. Because of the lot of information on Google as well as in some magazines, on sites, their friends, all of them they conclude that any kind of an irregular period that they are suffering from Polycystic Ovary. Some of them even get extremely scared that ‘’Oh! Mam, I'm I suffering from Polycystic ovary so is it something very very serious’’.

Well what I would put it like this is that Polycystic ovary is over diagnosed and undertreated condition. What I mean is that after doing Sonography many of the patients it is seen that in the ovaries there are multiple cystic polystyrene cysts are present and hence they are labelled as polycystic ovary. Mind you girl that polycystic ovary is not something very difficult to treat or it is not something that is going to cause danger to your life or it is going to cause a problem in the conception once you get married or if you are married then you are thinking of a child. It's a very easily treatable condition. Let me tell you what it is, first of all, some girls have genetic predisposition towards polycystic ovary.

Which I mean is that some of their genes carry certain traits like for example diabetes, diabetes is like a genetically origin. The same way these girls have their autosomes have certain gene which makes them have a polycystic ovary. This particular genetic trait gets exaggerated or get manifested due to various lifestyle issues that this generation is facing. Which are those issues? First and foremost no exercises. We all are very busy we get exemption which means a very tiring body, tiring mind but is not an exercise. Exercise is exactly the opposite of that. There is a physical activity but it releases a lot of hormones like a endorphins, serotonin etc, which in fact releases the stress. So often I see girls who do not either have time or inclination to exercise. Second most important thing is your dietary habits. A large amount of vegetarian people consume mainly carbohydrates, so a high carbohydrate load is another causative factor which causes this kind of a manifestation of polycystic ovary.

The third most important point is the sleep, thanks to Whatsapp, thanks to Facebook and many other internet and other media. Yes, we need to be active on it but to a certain limit. Often we see that at the end of the hectic schedule when goes off to the bed we switch off the light about 12 o'clock or 12:30 and after that on an average about an hour or so we are glued to our screen. This flickering illuminated screen just before going to sleep causes hormonal imbalance. This is the most detrimental thing. The fourth most important point is stress. Stress is basically any situation which we find a bit difficult to deal with. How are we going to eliminate this stress from the surrounding? Unfortunately no. The stresses are going to be plenty what one has to learn is the response to this stress. Hence once all these four factors if you can control naturally the possibility of polycystic ovaries goes down.

As far as the treatment part is concerned, I want to tell you that there is a tried, the first it's a triangle one apex of the triangle is a polycystic ovary, second apex is obesity and the third one is insulin resistance. You understand polycystic ovary, you understand obesity that is increasing the weight. The third one Insulin resistance which is very important. What it is? Insulin resistance is the condition where the cells of our body can not adequately use the carbohydrates that are present in the body. Hence this high load of carbohydrates gets converted into what is slowly gets converted into glycogen and later on into visceral fat. So we typically a lady who is not so fat, who is not so obese, but if we do her body composition her muscle mass is very poor and percentage of a visceral fat is very high. This visceral fat is a big culprit, it causes a lot of hindrance in the metabolic processes.

Hence a control of an obesity, a control of a insulin resistance is absolutely mandatory for the control of polycystic ovary it’s a tried. One is dependent on the other what I means that obesity causes insulin resistance, insulin resistance causes PCOS and vice-versa. So it’s a by double-ended arrows for the triangle. When polycystic ovaries are also having a science of what is called as a Hyperandrogenism, that means the receptors for the androgens on the hair, facial hair, on the scalp hair or on various skin, is very sensitive to the androgens that are present in the body and this causes excessive hair growth of the body parts for the thinning of the scalp hair which is a male pattern of thinning. When such kind of such things are seen symptoms are seen at that time certainly a medication is required from the Endocrinologist out from the Gynaecology. But mine you what I see the PCOS girls that I see a large percentage is the beginners of this PCOS problem.

So with a minimal amount of a medication and most important lifestyle changes one can keep it under control but if you are having a flared up polycystic ovaries don't worry it does not usually cause a problem in the conception and if the problem occurs various assisted reproductive technologies can take care of it. So to conclude, polycystic ovary is the problem of present generation. To control it there means there are methods and you have to use it properly and scientifically. For any of your Gynaecological or Obstetric query, you can definitely contact me. Take my appointment on Lybrate.

I'll be most happy to help you Thank you so much!

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Last 2/3 months it is observed that I am missing my periods. I am having my period late by 15/20/25 days. What can be the probable cause. Moreover I used to take ipill once in every month for last 8/10 months. Can it be the cause for my delayed periods?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Last 2/3 months it is observed that I am missing my periods. I am having my period late by 15/20/25 days. What can be...
I-PILL can cause irregular periods if taken frequently. The commonest cause of irregular periods is PCOS. Best is to get a Pelvic USG done and a hormonal assay and consider low dose oral contraceptive pills that will help in regularising periods as well as prevent any unwanted pregnancy.
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Sir, I am married .4 month ho suka hain. We are trying to conceive baby but have not succeeded. What should we do. My Ms. think more this.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sir, I am married .4 month ho suka hain. We are trying to conceive baby but have not succeeded. What should we do. My...
If you have regular 28-30 day period then 12-18th day of cycle will be your fertile period, try for conception during these days for 3 cycles. If you still do not conceive then consult a gynaecologist.

My wife's MC is not regular, she is now 26 years old and when it come the heavy pain. What should she do?

B H M S, MD
Homeopath, Thrissur
My wife's MC is not regular, she is now 26 years old and when it come the heavy pain. What should she do?
Dear lybrate-user the cause for irregular menses is hormonal imbalance which has to be corrected. The pain may be due to congestion of uterus which will get itself relieved after delivery usually. The condtion has to be treated.

I am 30 years old married. I got pregnant last year in september ,after six months of marriage but had to abort baby because I had planned to go abroad for studies but could not go. Now my in laws and husband forcing me to have baby. I am not mentally prepare for this. What should I do? Can my age affects my pregnancy? should I plan for baby now ? Please help.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I am 30 years old married. I got pregnant last year in september ,after six months of marriage but had to abort baby ...
Hello, the reason why everyonez worried is coz as the age of woman increases, the risk of miscarriage increases. It is lowest between 20 -25 years and then it gradually increases and maximum beyond 40. So if there are no pressing commitments you shud plan. But do this only after being mentally prepared else the pregnancy may have a negative effect on you.
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Can I get pregnant with pcos and hypothyroidism. What is d cost of the treatment.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jaipur
Can I get pregnant with pcos and hypothyroidism. What is d cost of the treatment.
Don't worry there are very efficient medicines in ayurveda to cure your problem. Chandraprabhavati, brihad vangeshwar ras and few other medicines according to your prakruti would solve your problem. Don't worry I have treated many patients of pcos with pure ayurved medicines. Even few patients got relieved within 2 months of treatment. By God's grace I have seen excellent results. Don't go for any allopathic medicines. They will just end up with worse hormonal imbalances in your body. You can consult us online with your reports and history for proper ayurveda treatment. Medicines would be prepared according to the body type of patients. And would be delivered to your address via courier. Cost is based upon the medicines required as per the prakruti of patient.

She is suffering from long periods. So she's becoming tooo weak. What should she do now?

3 months Internship of Dietitics/Nutrition, PG diploma in Dietitics/Nutrition, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Moradabad
She is suffering from long periods.
So she's becoming tooo weak.
What should she do now?
Parasuram should be taken by her,high protein diet high carbs diet and rich iron diet..drink warm milk with honey twice a day especially before sleeping..maximum intake of fruit juices and mixed dry nuts...take sleep after meal..walk regularly for good metabolism..take cornflakes or oatsmeal in breakfast...include jaggery,egg,almonds ,peanuts,dates etc high iron diet in your meal..

My husband have high diabetes I want to get pregnant we have completed 2 year of our marriage.Please suggest

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My husband have high diabetes I want to get pregnant we have completed 2 year of our marriage.Please suggest
Both of you should consult doctor as 2 years have passed and so there must be some problems inside you or your husband. We need to diagnose the exact cause and treat that cause to give you pregnancy.

I am 30 year old married. Trying to conceive from past 3 years. My doc prescribed me test in which one of the test AMH range came as 1 ng/ml. Is this okay? They r suggest for ivf now.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 30 year old married. Trying to conceive from past 3 years. My doc prescribed me test in which one of the test AM...
Your amh level is on lower side. You should go for ivf without wasting much time, as the age advances the no and quality of eggs decreases.
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