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Dr. Shivbhagwan Agarwal

Gynaecologist, Thane

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Dr. Shivbhagwan Agarwal is one of the best Gynaecologists in Kaushalya Medical Foundation Trust Hospital, Thane. You can consult Dr. Shivbhagwan Agarwal at Agarwal Nursing Home in Kaushalya Medical Foundation Trust Hospital, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shivbhagwan Agarwal on Lybrate.com.

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Gomes Street, Station Road, Bhayandar West. Landmark: Opposite MBMC Office, ThaneThane Get Directions
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I recently made with girl with protection but the protection slipped off and half it was inside and half outside the oval part, while removing condom I saw white water, near vulva. I dont know it was mine or her white water. My question is will she get pregnant.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I recently made with girl with protection but the protection slipped off and half it was inside and half outside the ...
Hello, If there has been a condom rupture then there are high chances that she may get pregnant but if the condom was intact then this white discharge must have been vaginal fluid. Regards

I am 26 year old. I have a period problem. My weight also 70 kg. That's why I am suffering many problems. please give me solution.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am 26 year old. I have a period problem. My weight also 70 kg. That's why I am suffering many problems. please give...
Obesity is often linked with hormonal imbalance and polycystic ovaries; both of which can cause period irregularities. I would suggest you get the following tests done- TFT,FSH,LH,PROLACTIN and TESTOSTERONE as well as a Pelvic USG. Treatment will depend on these results but most important is to try a reduce weight by a combination of diet and exercise.

What cause abnormal babies development in mother womb and in which month it can be known during pregnancy.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
What cause abnormal babies development in mother womb and in which month it can be known during pregnancy.
An estimated 303 000 newborns die within 4 weeks of birth every year, worldwide, due to congenital anomalies. Congenital anomalies can contribute to long-term disability, which may have significant impacts on individuals, families, health-care systems, and societies. The most common, severe congenital anomalies are heart defects, neural tube defects and Down syndrome. Although congenital anomalies may be the result of one or more genetic, infectious, nutritional or environmental factors, it is often difficult to identify the exact causes. Some congenital anomalies can be prevented. Vaccination, adequate intake of folic acid or iodine through fortification of staple foods or supplementation, and adequate antenatal care are just 3 examples of prevention methods. Causes and risk factors Although approximately 50% of all congenital anomalies cannot be linked to a specific cause, there are some known genetic, environmental and other causes or risk factors. Genetic factors Genes play an important role in many congenital anomalies. This might be through inherited genes that code for an anomaly, or resulting from sudden changes in genes known as mutations. Consanguinity (when parents are related by blood) also increases the prevalence of rare genetic congenital anomalies and nearly doubles the risk for neonatal and childhood death, intellectual disability and other anomalies. Some ethnic communities (such as Ashkenazi Jews or Finns) have a comparatively high prevalence of rare genetic mutations such as Cystic Fibrosis and Haemophilia C. Socioeconomic and demographic factors Low-income may be an indirect determinant of congenital anomalies, with a higher frequency among resource-constrained families and countries. It is estimated that about 94% of severe congenital anomalies occur in low- and middle-income countries. An indirect determinant, this higher risk relates to a possible lack of access to sufficient, nutritious foods by pregnant women, an increased exposure to agents or factors such as infection and alcohol, or poorer access to healthcare and screening. Factors often associated with lower-income may induce or increase the incidence of abnormal prenatal development. Maternal age is also a risk factor for abnormal intrauterine fetal development. Advanced maternal age increases the risk of chromosomal abnormalities, including Down syndrome. Environmental factors Maternal exposure to certain pesticides and other chemicals, as well as certain medications, alcohol, tobacco and radiation during pregnancy, may increase the risk of having a fetus or neonate affected by congenital anomalies. Working or living near, or in, waste sites, smelters or mines may also be a risk factor, particularly if the mother is exposed to other environmental risk factors or nutritional deficiencies. Infections Maternal infections such as syphilis and rubella are a significant cause of congenital anomalies in low- and middle-income countries. More recently, the effect of in utero exposure to Zika virus on the developing fetus has been reported. In 2015, Brazil detected cases of Zika virus and a spatio-temporally associated increase in microcephaly. By 2016, Brazil reported that of 4180 suspected cases of microcephaly, 270 were confirmed, 462 were discarded and 3448 are still under investigation. This is compared to an average of 163 microcephaly cases recorded nationwide per year. With 6 of the 270 confirmed cases of microcephaly showing evidence of Zika infection, health authorities and agencies are investigating and conducting comprehensive research to confirm a causal link. Following the Zika outbreak in French Polynesia, health authorities reported an unusual increase in the number of congenital malformations in babies born between March 2014 and May 2015. Maternal nutritional status Maternal folate insufficiency increases the risk of having a baby with a neural tube defect while excessive vitamin A intake may affect the normal development of an embryo or fetus. Detection Health care before and around the time of conception (preconception and peri-conception) includes basic reproductive health practices, as well as medical genetic screening and counselling. Screening can be conducted during the 3 periods listed: Preconception screening can be useful to identify those at risk for specific disorders or at risk of passing a disorder onto their children. Screening includes obtaining family histories and carrier screening, and is particularly valuable in countries where consanguineous marriage is common. Peri-conception screening: maternal characteristics may increase risk, and screening results should be used to offer appropriate care, according to risk. This may include screening for young or advanced maternal age, as well as screening for use of alcohol, tobacco or other risks. Ultrasound can be used to screen for Down syndrome and major structural abnormalities during the first trimester, and for severe fetal anomalies during the second trimester. Maternal blood can be screened for placental markers to aid in prediction of risk of chromosomal abnormalities or neural tube defects, or for free fetal DNA to screen for many chromosomal abnormalities. Diagnostic tests such as chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis can be used to diagnose chromosomal abnormalities and infections in women at high risk. Neonatal screening includes clinical examination and screening for disorders of the blood, metabolism and hormone production. Screening for deafness and heart defects, as well as early detection of congenital anomalies, can facilitate life-saving treatments and prevent progression towards some physical, intellectual, visual, or auditory disabilities. In some countries, babies are routinely screened for abnormalities of the thyroid or adrenal glands before discharge from the maternity unit.
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I'm 31 years female I used cor d3, medical 500 mg tablets for getting pregnancy. Last month I used dis month I got my periods so shall I continue medical tab from 2nd day or 3rday coz doctor suggest me to take cor d tab for 3 months n metatil for one month.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I'm 31 years female I used cor d3, medical 500 mg tablets for getting pregnancy. Last month I used dis month I got my...
Take medication as per prescription and I will suggest you to do suryanamaskar and kapalbharti daily as per your capacity for a minimum of six months
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Sir, My blood group is AB+ and my wife blood group is O-, in this situation my question, is there will be any problems arise in time of my wife pregnancy. Please advise.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sir,
My blood group is AB+ and my wife blood group is O-, in this situation my question, is there will be any problem...
Your wife should get her ICT test done ,if negative then fine. When she conceives at 28 weeks of pregnancy she will have to take antiD vaccine .after delivery if baby's blood group is negative then nothing to be done ,if positive then your wife will receive another dose of antiD vaccine within 72 hrs of birth. When mother's bld GRP is rh+ve and baby's rh-ve there are chances that baby may suffer from jaundice ,to prevent this antiD vaccine is given. If patient receives her antiD Vaccines as prescribed by doctor there is no risk.
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I am 30, and I am a software developer by profession. Me n my wife are planning for a baby, but I feel very low everyday, and unable to make myself ready for intercourse. I even tries for intercourse, but I usually not able to get erection. But when I tries to masturbate, erection happens. please help with some good suggestions.

DGO, MBBS
Sexologist, Kolkata
I am 30, and I am a software developer by profession. Me n my wife are planning for a baby, but I feel very low every...
You get erections with masturbation so it is due to anxiety and stress so relax and unwind, if you are following any fertile period for sex then stop it and do sex every alternate days all through the month otherwise you will need to do blood tests Sugar Pp, TSH, Prolactin, Testosterone depending on the reports treatment is available.
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I had pcos taking metformin. I read abt normoz medicine is good for pcos. Can I take both medicines together.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Pcos is a very common problem and not such a serious condition. The best treatment for pcos usually is to lose some weight if you are overweight. Stress worsens this condition and so relax and in fact try not to get worked about getting pregnant. The medications you have been prescribed are supportive medicines and mainly reduce insulin sensitization in the body. They are not going to directly cause ovulation (release of egg from ovary) which is the main problem in pcos. Women with pcos do not ovulate regularly. Try to eat a healthy diet consisting of fruits and vegetables. Lots of whole grains and fibre. Exercise should be a part of your routine. You can take both the medicine together.
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Hi Dr. I have query that I liked the vagina of my partner and yesterday I read anywhere that oral sex (sucking vagina) causes Cancer in men So how could I prevent it please help.

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
Dear lybrate-user if you like the vagina of your partner, enjoy by your own way, provided you should not injure it. Since vagina is a very delicate part. You should also make your wife enjoy the pleasure as you enjoy. No fear of cancer. Bye.

My son age is 9+ Month. But I' M pregnant again. So I am wash. So which medicine are unpregnent.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
My son age is 9+ Month. But I' M pregnant again. So I am wash. So which medicine are unpregnent.
Hello, Please get an usg done first to localise the pregnancy and then you may opt for medical termination of pregnancy depending if the previous delivery was a vaginal delivery.
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