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Understanding those who self-harm: How we can help

The Psychology Nook, Sneha and Monali, Psychologists)
20thof October
from 6 pm - 7 pm

 It’s important to understand that people who self-harm may be dealing with something difficult or traumatic, and to treat them with kindness, not anger. We’re talking to two psychologists, Sneha and Monali who will be sharing how self-harming individuals can be helped by their loved ones

महिलाओं का स्वस्थ्य: 50 के बाद: मेनोपाज़ पे चर्चा

Dr. Sushma Sharma, Gynaecologist, Parivar Seva Sanstha)
22nd of October
from 6 pm - 7 pm

डॉ. सुषमा शर्मा से, जो कि एक गाइनकोलोजिस्ट हैं – 20 साल के अनुभव हैं. उनके साथ उन स्वास्थ्य के कठिनाइयों के बारे में हम बात करेंगे जो कि सिर्फ 50 साल के उम्र के बाद महिलाओं – जैसे मेनोपाज़, जब माहवारी बंद हो जाती है. आपके सवालों को साथ लाइयेगा! 

Sexual abuse: What needs to be said

Sakshi Kaur Hira, Sexuality educator
24thof October
from 6 pm-7 pm

 We’re creating a safe space to talk about sexual abuse-and what we wish was said to women who have been sexually abused. Come join us as we discuss some of the most crucial things women don’t hear when discussing sexual abuse from a sexuality educator.  

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Sores bumps and itches: Self-care down there

Dr. Nive Manokaran, Venereologist and Dermatologist (Skin and STI expert)
14th of October
from 4 pm - 5 pm

Just because they’re called private parts doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be aware of how to look out for bumps, itching, burning and sores down there, and how to take care to avoid and fix these! That’s why we’re talking to Dr. Nive to answer all your questions and learn some key do’s and don’ts for your body! 

Eating for you: Nutrition when you're pregnant

Purabi Gunjal, Nutritionist and Dr. Renuka Dangare, Physician
17th of October
from 6 pm-7 pm

Pregnancy can be a difficult time-there is an overload of information. Some say you should eat for two, but there are dangers to increasing quantity and not quality. Purvi Gunjal, a nutritionist with a great deal of experience talking to pregnant mothers about their nutritional needs (and their baby’s) sheds some light on this topic! 

Covid-19 and pregnancy care

Dr. Amodita, Gynaecologist
6th of October,
6 pm -7 pm

Being pregnant and having a kid is a challenging process in itself, but managing it during a pandemic, can be a scary experience. This Tuesday, we’re bringing to you a space where you can share your fears, concerns, and get advise from Dr. Amodita! 

Excessive bleeding-periods and beyond

Dr. Aakriti, Gynaecologist
8th of October,
6 pm-7 pm

Bleeding when it’s not your period, bleeding a lot during your period, or bleeding for several days even when your period should be over. These aren’t always normal, and it’s good to take a closer look as to why this could be happening. We’re bringing Dr. Aakrtiti to answer all your fears and questions! 

Sexual health for queer women

Apurupa Vatsalya, Sexuality educator
10th October,
5 pm – 6 pm

This week we’re going to address all the concerns queer women may have about relationships, safer sex, orientation, and communication, with Apurupa Vatsalya, a sexuality educator and queer affirmative practitioner. Questions are encouraged!

Preparing the father-to-be: pregnancy and childbirth

Saranya C, Childbirth educator
29th of September
from 6 pm -7 pm

Saranya will be talking this week about how men can be included and educated about the pregnancy process and how to be a supportive partner and father-to-be! In today’s nuclear families it’s important for your partner to be your biggest support and we’re here to help!

Women and Cancer: Everything you need to know

Dr. Abhinaya, Gynaecologist
1st of October
from 6 pm-7 pm

There are many forms of cancer that women may not have heard of! Endometrial, cervical, breast, and ovarian-we’re talking to Dr Abhinaya, a gynecologist, about family histories, when to get tested, and how essential information can save you and your loved ones!  

Post-partum blues and depression: It’s not your fault

Astha Ahluwalia, Psychologist
3rd October
from 6 pm – 7 pm

In the whirlwind of getting pregnant and giving birth, no one warns women of the emotional rollercoaster it can be (with highs and lows). We’re here to talk about the lows, with sensitivity and compassion. Dr. Renuka and Chief Psychologist from Reboot Wellness Astha Ahluwalia will talk mothers, guilt, and post-partum blues this Saturday  

All things haircare

Dr. Anjali Pal, Dermatologist
22nd of September
from 6 pm -7 pm

Our favourite dermatologist, Dr. Anjali Pal will be talking about every way you can take care of your hair. We’ll be discussing hair care routines, supplements, dandruff, greying-everything on top of your head under the sun! Tune in to ask her your questions.

Spreading information, not STIs

Dr. Akanksha Allahbadia Gupta, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
24th of September
6 pm -7 pm

Did you know that STIs affect men and women differently? We aim to answer your questions so you can take the best decisions regarding your sexual health!

What to know before planning for kids?

Dr. Renuka Dangare, Physician
26th of September
6 pm - 7 pm

What do you and your partner need to know before getting pregnant? This conversation with Dr Renuka Dangare is going to be about what a doctor wants you to know before planning for kids!

Talking to children about bodies: when interacting with 3-7 year olds.

Gunjan G Gupta, Psychologist
19th of September
from 12 pm-1:30 pm

This is a paid workshop for the parents of children around the age of 3-7, to help when talking to children about their bodies. To help curious children, and parents who are willing to teach the right language to use for their bodies.

Prenatal Care for you and your baby: Yoga and more

Saranya C, Childbirth educator, Founder of Jananam Pregnancy Class
15th of September
from 6 pm -7 pm

This week we’re going to address how to take care of yourself and your baby when you are pregnant! Ask Saranya and Dr Renuka your questions about prenatal care on Tuesday!

PCOS and our bodies: what self-care can mean.

Despina Pavlou, Founder of PCOS Oracle and personal trainer
17th of September
from 6 pm -7 pm

This week we don’t want to focus on the dos and don’ts in terms of food around PCOS, but talk about resetting attitudes about nutrition, weight loss, and a healthier lifestyle: and what are some common mistakes women can make because of information overload when trying to solve their imbalances.

Pregnancy after 30: What to expect (Elderly Primiparas)

Dr Amodita ahuja , OB-GYN and laparoscopic surgeon
12th of September, Saturday
6 pm -7 pm

Indian women are increasingly choosing to delay motherhood to their 30s. We love career-driven women who want to aim higher! Whatever the reasons, if women want to have children later, we’re here to answer the questions you have! Dr. Amodita from Project Pink Butterfly is here to calm your worries!

Working on PCOS: A functional medicine perspective

Dr. Samridhi Sharma, House of Health
8th of September, 2020
7:30 pm- 8:30 pm

Blurb: Join us as we talk to Dr. Samridhi from House of Health as she explains how to tackle PCOS from a holistic medical perspective. Ask your questions and work towards taking care of your body from a wellness perspective, rather than treating it as an illness only!

Stress and Anxiety in women - becoming your own caregiver

Rahat Sanghvi, Therapist
5th of September, 2020
6 pm -7 pm

We’re talking to Rahat Sanghvi about how to manage your anxiety, and learn about how it impacts our overall health too! Anxiety can impact people who have corporate lifestyles, the queer community and marginalized groups and we’re here to work on it!

Smoking and drinking: How can women deal with them?

Dr. Dharav Shah, psychiatrist, August 29th, Saturday 6pm-7pm

While most people know about the impact, we’re talking to Dr Dharav Shah, who has worked extensively on substance abuse, on how to stay motivated to quit. Ask your questions and listen to the experiences of women who have to quit.

How to have a healthy happy vagina

Dr. Kamala Ram, Parivar Seva Sanstha 1st of Sept, 2020 Time: 6pm -7pm

There’s a lot of conversation around health, but how much do you really know about your vagina’s health? How to identify if you have an infection. how to take care of it, and how to make sure it’s happy and not in pain!

When sex is painful and impossible-solving vaginismus

Dr. Taru Jindal, Gynaecologist
3rd of September, 2020 4 pm -5:30 pm

We’re here to tell you, you’re not alone. Join Dr. Taru Jindal, a gynecologist who has experienced vaginismus and healed from it, as she shares her story and discusses the mental trauma it can cause, personally and in your relationships.

Indian women and nutrition: deficiencies and supplements

Ishitaa Bhatia, ANutr., MSc., Nutritionist August 27th, Thursday, 6pm-7pm

Join us as we talk to Ishitaa Bhatia, as she talks about the curative side of women’s health with the help of food and supplements-for calcium, iron and vitamins. Understand what tests to get, what signs to look for deficiencies and more!

A psychiatrist's guide to being a better partner in 2020.​

Dr. Rahul Khemani, psychiatrist, August 22nd, Saturday 6pm-7pm​

With women being treated as equal to men in the workspace, are we looking inwards to our personal relationships for equality? We talk to Dr Rahul Khemani, psychiatrist, as we discuss how men can empower their women partners to take care and have autonomy with regard to their mental and physical health.

Why is my menstrual cup not working for me?
-By Boondh

Pratyusha V V, Menstrual educator, August 20th, Saturday, 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm

We’re talking to Boondh, one of India’s best cup and menstrual health management social enterprises, to find out what we could be doing better to help make the switch. Join us for a discussion on cup users and intersectionality-pregnancy, virginity, disability, and more! Questions are encouraged!

Breastfeeding-a conversation with new mothers.

Dr. Taru Jindal, Gynaecologist
August 15th, Saturday, 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm

Join us as we talk to Dr. Taru Jindal, Obsetetrician and Gynaecologist (MS), IBCLC certified and the author of the book, “A doctor’s experiments in Bihar”. New mothers have unlimited things to worry about, but we hope this conversation allows you to ask all the questions you need for you and your baby’s best health.


Ask the expert: How to diagnose PCOS?

Dr. Suganya Venkat,Pathologist, specializes in PCOS, August 8th, Saturday, 5 pm- 7 pm

PCOS is a condition that is beginning to affect a large percentage of urban Indian women. As part of our series of breaking down PCOS from different perspectives, we’ve invited Dr. Suganya Venkat, a pathologist that specializes in PCOS, to answer all the questions you have about PCOS and its diagnosis.

Ask the expert: Thyroid imbalances in women

Dr. Apoorva Hajirnis, Endocrinologist, August 6th, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm.

The thyroid has a huge role to play in our body’s functioning, but how much do we understand about it? We’ve invited Dr. Apoorva Hajirnis, an endocrinologist to speak about hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and insulin resistance caused by the two. Bring your questions!

What someone who's never had an abortion should know,

Dr. Sushma Sharma, Gynaecologis, NGO Parivar Seva Sanstha, August 4th, Tuesday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Women get abortions. It is a procedure that until one has the procedure, can be terrifying and uncomfortable to think about. India society does not prepare women with the information and knowledge to take care of themselves, which is why we are hosting this session with Dr. Sushma Sharma, a seasoned gynaecologist from the NGO Parivar Seva Sanstha, which provides a range of quality, affordable reproductive health services and products in 14 states in India. Ask your questions, be prepared, and hopefully, this session will help reduce the fear around this topic for you.

Blood sweat and tears: Endometriosis and period pain.

Dr. Aarti Yevale Gynaecologist.
July 28th, Tuesday, 6 pm- 7 pm

People who menstruate are quite familiar with the agony that accompanies their period – mood swings, cravings, and cramps! Period pain can indicate underlying medical conditions, such as endometriosis or fibroids. Ask Dr. Aarti Yevale all the questions you have about your period pain and understand how it can interfere with your day to day life less. 

From wealth to health: Making your money work for you.

Dipika Jaikishan,
Financial advisor, Get Basis.
July 30th, Thursday,
6 pm- 7 pm.

As earning individuals, we all put away money for an emergency or future ambitions. But what about something ongoing like our health? Tune in as we talk to Dipika Jaikishan, financial whiz and co-founder of the app, Get Basis, as she talks about how financial literacy is as important to make the right choices for your body.

Pleasure as a form of self care for womxn & non-binary people.

Apurupa Vatsalya
Certified sex educator and queer affirmative practitioner.
1st August, Saturday, 5 pm- 7 pm

This two-hour workshop, conducted by Apurupa Vatsalya, a certified sex educator and queer affirmative practitioner, is going to go over how womxn can access pleasure, how to overcome feelings of shame or stigma around the same, and how the female body works!

Choosing a therapist-a woman's guide.

The Psychology Nook (Sneha and Monali), Psychologists
July 25th, Saturday, 6 pm- 7 pm

This Saturday we’re talking to Sneha and Monali from the Psychology Nook, to share with us a handy list of tips when choosing to seek help, what to look for in a therapist and how to avoid common mistakes when choosing. We’ll also look into the complex journey psychology has had with feminism, and how it understands women.

Ask the expert: Contraception beyond condoms and pills.

Dr. Ankita Kaushal, Gynecologist and Infertility specialist.
July 23rd, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Are there myths that most of us believe as facts about contraception? This webinar discusses hormonal and non-hormonal contraception, specifically in an Indian context, and misconceptions around contraception. Ask Dr. Ankita all your questions before you make a decision!

Breaking down mom guilt.

Gunjan G Gupta, psychologist
and Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
July 21st, Tuesday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Mothers do so much, but why do they also feel the most guilt? Guilt for working, for not working, for maybe not being a perfect mother (like that actually exists!) and much more. This conversation, between two mothers, a psychologist and a gynecologist, is about understanding how to deal with this everpresent guilt and overcome it.

Facing infertility as a couple: A therapist’s perspective.

Astha Ahluwalia from Reboot Wellness, psychologist.
July 14th, Tuesday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Infertility can take a toll on couples as a unit, and we would like to have a conversation around this difficult journey. Join Astha Ahluwalia from Reboot Wellness as she shares insights from her experiences with couples that have faced infertility and come to terms with it, together. 

ABCs of self-care: Notes from a nutritionist.

Ishitaa Bhatia, ANutr., MSc., Nutritionist
July 16th, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm

How can we improve our relationship with our body through the food we eat and relooking at our eating habits? Listen to Ishitaa Bhatia talk about what she knows the best-a healthy relationship with food!

Sexual dysfunctions women face-a psychiatrist’s insights

Dr. Dharav Shah, psychiatrist.
July 18th, Saturday, 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm

Pain during sex. Vaginismus. Orgasm gap. Low libido. There’s a lot to unpack when it comes to pain and fear around sex. This webinar will focus on breaking down possible reasons behind sexual dysfunctions and how to constructively address it.


Breastfeeding-a conversation with new mothers.

Dr. Taru Jindal, Gynaecologist
July 11th, Saturday, 5 pm- 6 pm

Join us as we talk to Dr. Taru Jindal, Obsetetrician and Gynaecologist (MS), IBCLC certified and the author of the book, “A doctor’s experiments in Bihar”. New mothers have unlimited things to worry about, but we hope this conversation allows you to ask all the questions you need for you and your baby’s best health.


Evolution of motherhood in Bollywood

Gunjan G Gupta, Psychologist and mother, Abishek Verma, Filmmaker,
Basundhara Ghosh, "Gangsofcinepur", film blogger
Jul 8, Wednesday, 6:00-7:00 pm

Listen to a conversation between a psychologist, a National-award winning director, and a film blogger about the impact films have on how we perceive our mothers, and how films can change our perceptions of the most important relationship in our lives!

Blood, sweat and tears-Period pain and mental health.

The Psychology Nook (Sneha and Monali), Psychologists
July 4th, Saturday, 6 pm- 7 pm

This webinar will focus on breaking down the stigma within ourselves, our workspaces, families, and partners around dealing with the menstrual pain, and how to constructively start speaking about it.

Tipping the scales-hormonal impact on weight.

Dr. Aarti Yevale, Gynaecologist
July 2nd, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Weight gain can happen for many reasons. We’re going to break down the hormonal impact on weight gain so tha tyou can best understand the impact it has on your body, fertility, and physical health. Ask Dr. Aarti Yevale all you can. 

How to be an ally- A queer perspective

Agents of Ishq, Sex education platform
June 27th, Saturday, 6 pm- 7 pm

A queer perspective. In celebration of Pride month, we are learning about how to be an ally from those that give sex a good name! Tune in on Saturday as we speak to Agents of Ishq, a sex-positivity platform about how one can pledge our support to the LGBTQ community by learning to listen and support.

Ask a dermatologist - Skin, hair & hormones.

Dr. Anjali Pal, Dermatologist
June 25th, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Dr. Anjali will be at her second webinar with us! This time, she will answer all the questions you have about what’s wrong with your skin, hair and how your hormones affect them distinctly. Learn how to take care of them during PCOS, pregnancy and more!

Fad diets - what is the big deal?

Ishitaa Bhatia, ANutr., MSc., Nutritionist
June 23rd, Tuesday, 6 pm- 7 pm

Join us as we talk to Ishitaa Bhatia, as she breaks down popular diets, such as intermittent fasting, keto, diary-free and gluten-free diets. She will also talk about how our relationship with our weight goes beyond a numbers game.

Yoga and PCOS-Easing into Aasanas

Apoorva Jayarajan, Certified Yoga Trainer
June 20th, Saturday, 5 pm- 6 pm

We’ve invited Apoorva Jayarajan, a certified Yoga instructor and the most energetic person we know to conduct a Yoga session for people entering the world of fitness! So, bring your yoga mats and enthusiasm!

Relationships and Dating in a post-COVID world

Saloni Mira Chaudhary, Reboot Wellness psychologist
Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
June 18th, Thursday, 6 pm- 7 pm

How can single people mingle again, with social distancing norms? Listen in as Dr. Renuka and Saloni, from Reboot Wellness have a chat about long-distance relationships, fear of infection from blind dates, and the new rules of dating with Covid-19 in the way. 

Nutrition’s impact on PCOS

Khushboo J Tibrewala, Nutritionist, The Health Pantry
June 16th, Tuesday, 6 pm - 7 pm

Tune in on Tuesday as Khushboo from The Health Pantry talks about what foods to avoid, and which to fall in love with as you tackle PCOS. Take a closer look at your diet, as we shift the focus from weight loss to nourishment. 

Women's reproductive rights

Sexual Harassment at the workplace, and what the #MeToo movement can teach us.

Rajul Jain, Advocate
Rama Sarode, Advocate
June 13th, Saturday, 6 pm- 6:45 pm

Our series on making laws in India about women’s reproductive and sexual rights more accessible, so that if something happens, we’re prepared and aware of our rights.

Sustainable Menstruation with cloth pads

Kathy Walkling, co-founder of Eco Femme
June 11th, Thursday, 7 pm-7:45 pm

Join us as we chat with Kathy Walkling, co-founder of Eco Femme, a sustainable menstruation organization that makes cloth pads. We will discuss Eco Femme’s learnings in India, how cloth pads can be a healthier choice, and the challenges Indian menstruators face due to stigma around menstruation.

Ask the expert about Irregular periods

Dr. Ankita Kaushal, gynecologist
June 9th, Tuesday, 6 pm- 6:45 pm

Ask Dr. Ankita all the questions you can, about irregular periods-why they happen, how to identify them, and how to deal with them.  

Female desire & sexuality in Indian cinema

Nandita Dutta, Author
Priyanka Banerjee, Director
Paroma Bose, Cinemawali, Youtuber
Jun 6, Saturday, 6:00-7:00 pm

A panel discussion with Nandita Dutta, author of F-rated: Being a Woman Filmmaker in India, Priyanka Banerjee, director of the short film Devi, and Paroma “Cinemawali” Bose, an Indian film reviewer on YouTube.

Back to Basics: Understanding PCOS

Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
Jun 3, Wednesday, 6:00-6:30 pm

On popular demand, after two sessions of PCOS with dermatologists and psychologists, we are hosting this webinar so that you can ask all your questions about PCOS to Dr. Renuka.

The impact of PCOS on our mental health.

Astha Ahluwalia, psychologist
Saloni Chaudhary, psychologist
30th May, Saturday, 6:00-7:00 pm

Join us for a chat with Astha and Saloni from Reboot, to explore why and how mental health is impacted by PCOS and how to take care of ourselves.

UTIs: myths and misconceptions.

Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
28th May, Thursday, 6:00-6:30 pm

Join Dr. Renuka Dangare in our webinar this Thursday as she explores how to avoid UTIs, what are the best practices to follow to recover from them and what to do when you have recurrent UTIs.

Alternatives in contraception.

Dr. Madhu Juneja, Gynecologist
26th May, Tuesday, 6:00-6:30 pm

Condoms and oral pills dominate the narrative of safe sex. But are there other options better suited for you? Dr. Madhu discusses types of contraception in our free webinar this Tuesday.

Skincare basics if you have PCOS.

Dr. Anjali Pal, dermatologist
23rd May, Saturday, 7:00-7:30 pm

Join us as we interview Dr. Anjali Pal, a dermatologist from Mumbai, to understand how our skin is impacted by PCOS and how to take care of it.

Mom, can we talk about our health?

Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
19th May, Tuesday, 7:00-7:30 pm

 Renuka answers questions such as: “What conditions am I likely to be at risk for if mom has them?” and “What can I do to help mom take care of her health?”

How to be proactive about your fertility?

Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
6th May, Wednesday, 7 pm-7:30 pm

Develop a deeper understanding of how fertility changes with age and other factors and how can you take control of your family planning timelines.

5 Ways STIs affect women differently.

Dr. Renuka Dangare, physician
3rd May, Sunday, 7 pm-7:30 pm

Did you know that STIs affect men and women differently? We aim to answer your questions so you can take the best decisions regarding your sexual health!