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10 Best Laparoscopy doctors in Malad, Mumbai - Updated 2024

Dr. Shyam V Desai

Dr. Shyam V Desai

45 years of experience

MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology DGO MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) FCPS - Mid. & Gynae Fellowship in Pelviscopic Surgery Diploma in Pelviscopic Surgery

Gynecologist/Obstetrician, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility)

Next available - Saturday

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Dr. Raju Sahetya

Dr. Raju Sahetya

43 years of experience

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology DGO DFP FCPS - Mid. & Gynae FICOG MBBS

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

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Dr. Shrikant Badwe

Dr. Shrikant Badwe

33 years of experience

MBBS MS - General Surgery FICS MCh - Urology

General Surgeon, Urologist, Andrologist

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Dr. Pradeep Shriyan

Dr. Pradeep Shriyan

24 years of experience

MBBS MS - General Surgery

General Surgeon

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Dr. Pooja Sharma Dimri

Dr. Pooja Sharma Dimri

24 years of experience

MBBS MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

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Dr. Milind Wankhede

Dr. Milind Wankhede

22 years of experience

MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology MBBS

Gynecologist, Obstetrician

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Dr. Vishal Diddi

Dr. Vishal Diddi

18 years of experience

MBBS DNB - General Surgery FCPS - General Surgery FMAS FACRSI

Bariatric Surgeon, General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Dr. Potdar Ankit Vivek

Dr. Potdar Ankit Vivek

13 years of experience

MBBS MS - General Surgery Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery Certificate of Clinical Training Program

Bariatric Surgeon, Gastroentrology Surgeon, General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Dr. Roopa Prasad

Dr. Roopa Prasad

11 years of experience

MBBS MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology MNAMS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

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Questions & Answers on "Laparoscopy" (59)

Ive had a ruptured appendix surgery last Sunday. Yesterday, I noticed that my incision produces fluids. I am taking celecoxib, cefuroxine and metronidazole. Is my incision infected?

Female | 19

If you notice any fluids leaking from it, this could mean there’s an infection. Other signs of infection may be redness, warmth, swelling, and pain around the area where the incision was made. Usually infections are caused by bacteria. It’s crucial that you get in touch with your surgeons as soon as possible so that they could adjust your drugs or give you additional treatment if necessary.

Answered on 3rd June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

I am 19 years old boy. I had appendicitis. last year in July month my surgery was happend. but I face some problem like if I pick up heavy load so in my surgery area the pain is started. and my main problem is that In my surgery area that skin is stick with internal organ it was stick after surgery but it still stick it haven't separate with oragan. so in that case will i face some problems in future. it problem can fix. what i can do in it

Male | 19

When the skin sticks to an internal organ, this is called adhesions. Adhesions can occur following an operation and may cause pain or discomfort when lifting heavy objects. If these adhesions are causing problems, it may be necessary to consult a doctor regarding possible solutions. 

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

As a healthy 30 y/o male with normal blood-coagulation, and not currently on drugs, what should I drink after suffering a finger laceration that leads to blood loss? Approximately a teaspoon, as I quickly applied pressure and administered aid on myself. Normally, I'd drink water, but given the small appendage damaged, I don't want to thin my blood out too much.

Male | 30

If you cut your finger and it bleeds a little bit, the best thing to do is drink small sips of water. Don’t worry too much—this will not greatly thin your blood. It will keep you hydrated and aid in recovery for the body. If you start feeling faint or dizzy, take a seat for some time while elevating your legs so that blood can return flowing towards the brain.

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

In my grandfather Foley catheter was inserted but in night the catheter was pulled out with balloon inflated little bleeding is occur but there is no pain what should I do

Male | 80

It looks like your grandpa’s Foley catheter might have a problem. The balloon could be causing the bleeding because it’s coming out. There’s no pain, so that’s good. We’ll watch the bleeding for now. Keep the area clean and dry. If the bleeding doesn’t stop or you have other worries, call your health care provider right away for advice.

Answered on 27th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

bitten by dog , Please help me doctor Fast

Male | 25

When you have a dog bite, the area may hurt, swell, and turn red which could also bleed occasionally. Clean the wound softly with clean water and mild soap because it’s important after which you apply some antibiotic ointment or cream then cover with a dry sterile cloth or adhesive bandages. Make sure you visit a doctor for some checkups to ensure everything is okay since there might be more treatment needed like a tetanus shot among others.

Answered on 29th May '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

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