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Gita Meshri

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

Dr. Gita Meshri is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Owasso, Oklahoma. Dr. Meshri specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, or OB-GYN, Dr. Meshri can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and breasts. Dr Meshri can also treat women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the postpartum period. In this specialty, doctors focus on reproductive care from puberty through adulthood.
Gita Meshri
  • Owasso, Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma State University
  • Accepting new patients

Why do I feel so drained 3 months after my delivery?

You may need more sleep! Keep taking vitamins and seek support so you get adequate rest. Get a check for anemia after the delivery.

Is urinary incontinence normal during pregnancy?

Should improve after delivery because uterus will not press so heavily against your bladder after the baby’s out!

My daughter is 14 years old and has PCOD. What should I do?

You should discuss a prescription for birth control pills and diet and exercise.

I had unprotected sex with my fiance. How can I make sure there is no pregnancy?

Go now to the pharmacy and request emergency progesterone contraception. You can only do this up to 5 days after unprotected sex. Sometimes a doctor can insert a copper IUD, but READ MORE
Go now to the pharmacy and request emergency progesterone contraception. You can only do this up to 5 days after unprotected sex. Sometimes a doctor can insert a copper IUD, but you need to go in soon if you want long-term (10 years) protection against pregnancy.

Good luck!

Even after 45 days of my delivery I am continuing to bleed heavily. Could there be a problem?

I would see a doctor. Rarely, placenta could have maintained attachment inside the uterus. Also, you could have achieved another pregnancy and could be having a miscarriage. Another READ MORE
I would see a doctor. Rarely, placenta could have maintained attachment inside the uterus. Also, you could have achieved another pregnancy and could be having a miscarriage. Another option is that you could be having an unusually heavy first cycle, but bleeding heavily for more than a week is not usually a normal condition. If you soak through more than one maxi pad per hour, we believe that is too much, clinically. Call your doctor for evaluation. He/she may need some bloodworm or labs and an ultrasound of the uterus to see what’s going on. Molar pregnancy is unusual, but does occur very rarely. Ask your ob/gyn.

Dr. Meshri

What is the meaning of having negative T-scores?

I have not heard of a T score as it relates to fertility. I am not a reproductive endocrinology expert. I believe Anti mullerian hormone and Follicle stimulating hormone and serum READ MORE
I have not heard of a T score as it relates to fertility. I am not a reproductive endocrinology expert. I believe Anti mullerian hormone and Follicle stimulating hormone and serum progesterone are components of fertility tests. I have not heard of a negative T score.
Sincerely,
Dr. Meshri

How much Colace can I take while pregnant?

You should not use a laxative more than 2-4 tabs per. Day. It's less about the baby which should be done and more about your colonic health and motility as the growing expanding READ MORE
You should not use a laxative more than 2-4 tabs per. Day. It's less about the baby which should be done and more about your colonic health and motility as the growing expanding uterus limits your intestines ability to function easily. If you eat meat regularly avoid IRON in your prenatal vitamin if possible or find a prenatal vitamin that has less iron than the one you now use. Drink more juices and water but as long as you do not have pregnancy diabetes with high blood sugar. Massage will increase the motility and Functionality of your inner organs including the colon. Good luck and thanks for writing!

Did my dental x-rays harm my baby? (first trimester)

Highly unlikely. Such a quick and minimal dose of radiation to an area of your body not anywhere near your fetus would have negligible chances of causing teratogenicity. Rest assured. READ MORE
Highly unlikely. Such a quick and minimal dose of radiation to an area of your body not anywhere near your fetus would have negligible chances of causing teratogenicity. Rest assured. Eat well. Avoid harsh chemicals. Keep all your appointments. Relax. Get your first and second trimester sonogram as directed by your obstetrician. Be well. Avoid stress at ALL costs. Good wishes and blessings all over your baby. Dr. Meshri