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1470 questions answered by doctors & treatment decisions assisted by team clinicspots.

Female | 29

Do I need to consult a gynaecologist?

I need to talk to gynaecologist

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Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

It is important to see a gynecologist for any reproductive health issues. They are specific experts, who are capable of offering you person-oriented suggestions for construction based on your precise condition. You should visit a gynecologist who will examine and treat you properly.

Female | 19

What to Do After Missing a Birth Control Pill?

hello, i take my birth control everyday at the same time. haven't missed a day but today i wasn't able to go & get so i'm missing a day. can you explain to me what i need to do tomorrow once i go & get it & do i need to have a second backup or not

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Remember to take your pill at the same time every day because it is one of the factors that make your pill effective. If something gets in your way, there is no reason to panic. Take a missed pill as soon as you remember. Even if it means to take two pills a day. Though it is okay to miss two or more pills and rely on some other methods like condoms for the time being, nevertheless make it a point to consult an experienced gynecologist to know exactly how to proceed in your case

Female | 24

Why Do I Have Late Periods Every Month?

Late periods problem per month

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Usually, it is the norm for women to have late periods from time to time. Yet, if this ailment persists, then one should consult a gynecologist

Female | 32

Why am I spotting after Letrozole and HCG injection?

Hlo mam my period date is 12 april.last month I ate letrozole after that Dr gave me HCG injection bt in this month I had spotting little bit on 7,8,9 and on 10 and 11 little clot only tell me what is this

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Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Bleeding and spotting are the most frequent phenomenon during the menses. However, they do not necessarily signify that something is going wrong. Yet, attending a gynecologist is required to make a correct diagnosis.

Female | 19

Can vomiting frequency relate to irregular periods during sex?

It it possible for girl too vomiting for four times in day maybe I saw are period during sex with our spame connection is that possible

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

This symptom still may not be necessarily linked to having a period during sex with any strong evidence to back it up. It is advisable to go to a gynecologist or a general physician who can make the diagnosis of the cause of the vomiting and prescribe the treatment.

Female | 33

Why aren't antibiotics working for my vagina bacterial infection?

Bacterial infection in my vagina somany antibiotic tablet and vaginal inseet tablet i used it not working plz help me

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Every woman should see a gynecologist to get proper management. They are experts in vagina-related disorders and their advice will be tailored to your particular condition and make available suitable medications. To get rid of bacterial infections, seek medical help from a professional because you want effective treatment.

Male | 26

Can yeast infection be transmitted through sex?

I had sex with my who had yeast infection will she infect me

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Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

If you have had sexual intercourse with someone having a yeast infection, there is a certain risk of infection. Health problems related to sex can be best dealt with by gynecologists or health professionals with expertise in sexual health.

Female | 25

Why Do I Have Menstruation Issues?

I have menturation issue

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

It is worth paying a visit to the gynecologist who specializes in such matters that will help in addressing your concern. They will identify the right intervention for an effective healing process. 

Female | 18

Should I Wash to Prevent UTI from Female Arousal Fluid?

If u randomly have sexual arousal fluid as a female now and again in the day time after doing no sexual activity, do you need to wash yourself to stop risk of a uti?

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Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

If you are a woman who at times experiences “coital fluid” just during the day without engaging in sexual activity, it is recommended that you keep decent hygiene. Cleanliness of the genital area with simple water could reduce the risk of UTI. If any of your problems or the symptoms relapse, you should consult a gynecologist for further examination and recommendation.

Female | 39

Is bleeding after IUD removal during pregnancy safe?

Hi, I got just removed iud ,I'm 9 weeks pregnant but I still bleed , is pregnancy safe or not ?

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Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Hemorrhaging after the removal of the IUD during pregnancy is no longer an unfamiliar problem. Still, I would recommend consulting with a gynecologist or obstetrician before undertaking any such activity to ascertain the safety of the pregnancy.

Female | 50

Is light bleeding during perimenopause normal at 50?

I am 50 I am on perimenopause I am experiencing light bleeding spotting for one already is it normal

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Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Many 50-year-old women, who are at the time of perimenopause, can experience light bleeding or spotting from time to time. You should see a gynecologist to have a correct diagnosis. 

Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

Your description makes me think you just got a blockage due to your excessive earwax. I recommend you book an appointment with an ENT specialist. Consulting them for your hearing-related problems is an important step to take to derive a proper solution. 

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 12th Apr '24

It is quite normal for women to discharge every day at the time of their monthly cycle, which is one of the processes of the menstrual cycle. Nevertheless, discharge may sign a condition of infection including yeast or bacterial vaginosis if it comes with a smell, itching, or other irritations. I would tell you to make an appointment with your gynecologist to get checked and diagnosed.

Dr. Himali Patel

Dr. Himali Patel

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

14 years of experience

Answered on 11th Apr '24

Yes, a pregnancy can happen when a condom breaks before the moment of ejaculation thereby triggering the release of sperm. Via a pre-ejaculate fluid, sperm are present, and unwanted pregnancy might follow. It is advisable to obtain the gynecologist's help for further personalized coordination and guidance.

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Dr. Swapna Chekuri

Gynecologist

19 years of experience

Answered on 11th Apr '24

It can be possible that you are harboring some sort of a chemical pregnancy, which is an early pregnancy loss shortly after implantation. Since this situation may require a detailed assessment to be performed by a gynecologist or obstetrician, check with your healthcare provider before taking any action.