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Dr. RJ Di Blasi

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

Dr. RJ Di Blasi is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Los Altos, California. Dr. Di Blasi specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, or OB-GYN, Dr. Di Blasi can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and breasts. Dr Di Blasi can also treat women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the postpartum period. In this specialty, doctors focus on reproductive care from puberty through adulthood.
Dr. RJ Di Blasi
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What could be the reason behind repeated ectopic pregnancies?

Scarred tubes from previous infections

My delayed period

Let me first say that there isn't any reason to “get rid of this.” What you are describing is a young woman (yourself) having infrequent periods because you’re not ovulating every READ MORE
Let me first say that there isn't any reason to “get rid of this.” What you are describing is a young woman (yourself) having infrequent periods because you’re not ovulating every month (i.e., not releasing an egg).
You need to release an egg every month only when you want to conceive (become pregnant). You are “normal,” meaning you and many other millions of women like you are infrequent (about 5-6x) ovulators, meaning your ovaries do not produce an egg every month. Therefore, there isn’t any need for your uterine lining to flush/washout/menstruate/shed the non-fertilized egg. You’ll be fine, don’t worry.

My periods are delayed by 45 days and my pregnancy test was negative. What could be the cause of my delayed periods?

P.s. to my previous response:it's OK not to ovulate every month as long as your periods haven't stopped all together; many women have "acyclic amenorrhea" medical term meaning READ MORE
P.s. to my previous response:it's OK not to ovulate every month as long as your periods haven't stopped all together; many women have "acyclic amenorrhea" medical term meaning simply irregular periods. it's frustrating for sure > see your Gynecologist for his/her opinion to confirm and set your mind at ease.Dr Di 

I am having frequent bouts of fungal infection in my vaginal region. What should I do?

You are making a decision based on one Sympton >itching. Please see your Gynecologist to verify that you do indeed have a Fungal infection, there are multiple causes of itching READ MORE
You are making a decision based on one Sympton >itching. Please see your Gynecologist to verify that you do indeed have a Fungal infection, there are multiple causes of itching among them are:
1. reaction to soaps, powders, deodorants (yes some women do roll/spray deodorants)
2. wearing a mini-pad or tampon
3. tight undergarments or pants
4. sexual desire
Dr. DI

For which kind of infections is the medication Doxycycline recommended?

Before prescribing Tetracycline for a “Vaginal” infection the Diagnosis of “Vaginal” infection must be verified by a Gynecologist
Dr. Di

What's the earliest I can get a mammogram?

I won't answer that question, but I will recommend that you do your Monthly BSE EVERY month (> 5 days post last menstrual day <) Breast Self Exam and if you are post menopause, READ MORE
I won't answer that question, but I will recommend that you do your Monthly BSE EVERY month (> 5 days post last menstrual day <) Breast Self Exam and if you are post menopause, do your BSE EVERY month on your birth date.

RJ