Dr. Manasa Badveli



Myths vs. Facts: Debunking Misconceptions About Gynecological Health

Misinformation and misconceptions surrounding gynecological health can lead to confusion, anxiety, and unnecessary concerns. In this blog post, we’ll debunk some of the most common myths and provide evidence-based facts to empower individuals with accurate information about their bodies.

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The Relationship between Hormonal Birth Control and Your Body

Hormonal birth control has helped a majority of women take control of their fertility and sexuality. So many of us have used it for years successfully and consider it a game-changer. But what doesn’t get talked about nearly enough are the hormonal contraception side effects for women’s bodies

Overcoming Vaginismus

Vaginismus is a condition that affects countless women worldwide, yet it remains shrouded in silence and stigma. Understanding this often misunderstood condition is the first

Bartholin’s cyst

The Bartholin’s glands are a pair of pea-sized glands found just behind and either side of the lips that surround the entrance to the vagina.

Heavy periods

Heavy periods (also called menorrhagia) are common and may just be normal for you. Treatment can help if they’re affecting your daily life.

Breastfeeding- the Beginning

In the first few days, you and your baby will be getting to know each other. It may take time for both of you to get the hang of breastfeeding.

Fungal infection in vagina

This is a common infection that affects men and women. It’s usually harmless but it can be uncomfortable and keep coming back. It is not a sexually transmitted infection (STI).

Trying to get pregnant

Pregnancy happens when sperm enters a vagina, travels through the cervix and womb to the fallopian tube and fertilises an egg.

Missed or late periods

Late or missed periods can be caused by many things. Most of the time it’s nothing to worry about but see a gynaecologist about them just in case.

Low milk supply

Most mothers produce enough milk for their babies. Your milk supply is considered low when there is not enough breast milk being produced to meet your baby’s growth needs.