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Columbia Asia Referral Hospital

Urologist Clinic

26/1, Malleswaram West, Tumkur Road, Near-Metro, Near-Brigade Gateway, Yeshwanthpur Bangalore
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Urological Surgeon.We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your po......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Urological Surgeon.We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to help you in every and any way that we can.
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Columbia Asia Referral Hospital is known for housing experienced Urologists. Dr. T. Manohar, a well-reputed Urologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Urologists recommended by 93 patients.

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26/1, Malleswaram West, Tumkur Road, Near-Metro, Near-Brigade Gateway, Yeshwanthpur
Yeshwanthpur Bangalore, Karnataka - 560022
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Dr. T. Manohar

Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, DNB (Urology), MBBS, MS
Urologist
32 Years experience
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Kidney Stone Diet - Five Foods To Prevent Them!

BHMS, MSc DFSM, MD AM, CNCC, Ghantali Mitra Mandal, Thane
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Thane
Kidney Stone Diet - Five Foods To Prevent Them!

Kidney stones are caused when certain minerals of your urine are retained and not wholly released, causing them to amalgamate and form a stone. Passing kidney stones is one of the most painful experiences you may face physically. Its severity is often compared to childbirth, and those who are suffering from kidney stones dread having this experience.

There are different types of kidney stones:

  1. Calcium oxalate
  2. Calcium phosphate
  3. Urate and 
  4. Struvite stones.

The most common causes of the above mentioned stones are as follows:

  1. Dehydration from not drinking enough fluid
  2. A diet too high in:
  3. Obesity
  4. Medical conditions like:
    • Dent Disease (a rare genetic disorder that affects the kidneys)
    • Hyperparathyroidism
  5. Digestive Diseases and Surgeries like:

Read to know what dietary changes you can undergo to prevent kidney stones.

1. Drink lot of water - On an average, a person must be drinking at least 3 liters of water every day. Drink more water especially if you live in a hot and humid climatic area, so that on an average, 2.5 liters of urine is passed throughout the day, which decreases the chances of unnecessary retention of minerals from the urine and release them more easily from the body.

2. Continue eating calcium containing foods - It is a common misconception that calcium accelerates the formation of kidney stones. Calcium is digested in the intestine. Excess calcium which when left unabsorbed in gut gets excreted via urine and faeces (stools). Continue consuming calcium rich foods unless your doctor prescribes you against it. Make sure your diet includes enough dairy products such as milk, curd, buttermilk, cheeses or other calcium rich foods like oats and broccoli.

3. Limit intake of oxalic acid - Oxalic acid is mostly found in food obtained from plants. It restricts the absorption of calcium in the intestines and as a result, more calcium is passed into the kidneys; thus forming calcium oxalate, or oxalate stones. Try to avoid foods like sweet potatoes, beetroot, cocoa powder, spinach, peanuts if you have oxalate stones. 

4. Decrease the ingestion of sodium salts, sugar and meat protein - Salts and sugars, mainly found in packaged foods increases the release of calcium and oxalates into the blood, which thus increase the chances to develop kidney stones. Eating excessive animal protein like red meat, poultry, sea food increase the level of uric acid which could lead to formation of urate stones.

5. Increase the consumption of insoluble fibers - Insoluble fibers are those rough fibers which are not soluble in water during the process of digestion. They are found in wheat, barley, beans and are known to decrease calcium excretion via kidney. They attach themselves to the calcium and oxalates, which enable them to be released as stool instead of urine.

I am suffering with urinary infection since last month, consulted with urologist and had a proper medicine, after the course of medication UTI again started. I am taking all precautions for hygiene as well. I am drinking more than 3.5 lit water in a day.

BHMS Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
Homeopath, Delhi
I am suffering with urinary infection since last month, consulted with urologist and had a proper medicine, after the...
Maintain proper hygiene avoid aerated drinks any packed juices, wash that area at least three times a day wear properly washed an dried inner wear. Change your inner wear 2 times a day take proper medication consult me online regarding that.

What Is Cystitis?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad

What Is Cystitis?

  • Cystitis usually occurs when the urethra and bladder, which are normally sterile, or microbe-free, become infected with bacteria.
  • Bacteria fasten to the lining of the bladder and cause the area to become irritated and inflamed.
  • Cystitis affects people of both sexes and all ages. It is more common among females than males because women have shorter urethras.

Cystitis signs and symptoms :

  • A strong, persistent urge to urinate
  • A burning sensation when urinating
  • Passing frequent, small amounts of urine
  • Blood in the urine (hematuria)
  • Passing cloudy or strong-smelling urine
  • Pelvic discomfort
  • A feeling of pressure in the lower abdomen
  • Low-grade fever
  • In young children, new episodes of accidental daytime wetting also may be a sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI). Nighttime bed-wetting on its own isn't likely to be associated with a UTI.

Causes :

There are many possible causes of cystitis. Most are infectious, and the majority of these cases stem from an ascending infection. The bacteria enter from the external genitourinary structures​

Diagnosis :

  • A doctor will ask the patient some questions, carry out an examination, and do a urine test. The urine test will either be sent to a laboratory, or the doctor may use a dipstick. Urine dipstick results come back quickly while the patient is still in the office.
  • Urine culture or catheterized urine specimen may be performed to determine the type of bacteria in the urine. After finding out which specific bacterium is causing the infection, the doctor will prescribe an oral antibiotic.
  • Most doctors will also offer to test for a sexually transmitted infection (STI). STIs often have similar symptoms to cystitis.
  • Patients who get cystitis regularly may need further tests.
  • This could include an ultrasound scan, an X-ray, or a cystoscopy of the bladder, using a fiber-optic camera.

Prevention:

  • Drink plenty of liquids, especially water. Drinking lots of fluids are especially important if you're getting chemotherapy or radiation therapy, particularly on treatment days.
  • Urinate frequently. If you feel the urge to urinate, don't delay using the toilet.
  • Wipe from front to back after a bowel movement. This prevents bacteria in the anal region from spreading to the vagina and urethra.
  • Take showers rather than tub baths. If you're susceptible to infections, showering rather than bathing may help prevent them.
  • Gently wash the skin around the vagina and anus. Do this daily, but don't use harsh soaps or wash too vigorously. The delicate skin around these areas can become irritated.
  • Empty your bladder as soon as possible after intercourse. Drink a full glass of water to help flush bacteria.
  • Avoid using deodorant sprays or feminine products in the genital area. These products can irritate the urethra and bladder

What Is Cystitis?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad

What Is Cystitis?

  • Cystitis usually occurs when the urethra and bladder, which are normally sterile, or microbe-free, become infected with bacteria.
  • Bacteria fasten to the lining of the bladder and cause the area to become irritated and inflamed.
  • Cystitis affects people of both sexes and all ages. It is more common among females than males because women have shorter urethras.


Cystitis signs and symptoms :

  • A strong, persistent urge to urinate
  • A burning sensation when urinating
  • Passing frequent, small amounts of urine
  • Blood in the urine (hematuria)
  • Passing cloudy or strong-smelling urine
  • Pelvic discomfort
  • A feeling of pressure in the lower abdomen
  • Low-grade fever

In young children, new episodes of accidental daytime wetting also may be a sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI). Nighttime bed-wetting on its own isn't likely to be associated with a UTI.

Causes :

There are many possible causes of cystitis. Most are infectious, and the majority of these cases stem from an ascending infection. The bacteria enter from the external genitourinary structures


Diagnosis :

  • A doctor will ask the patient some questions, carry out an examination, and do a urine test. The urine test will either be sent to a laboratory, or the doctor may use a dipstick. Urine dipstick results come back quickly while the patient is still in the office.
  • Urine culture or catheterized urine specimen may be performed to determine the type of bacteria in the urine. After finding out which specific bacterium is causing the infection, the doctor will prescribe an oral antibiotic.
  • Most doctors will also offer to test for a sexually transmitted infection (STI). STIs often have similar symptoms to cystitis.
  • Patients who get cystitis regularly may need further tests.
  • This could include an ultrasound scan, an X-ray, or a cystoscopy of the bladder, using a fiber-optic camera.

Prevention:

  • Drink plenty of liquids, especially water. Drinking lots of fluids are especially important if you're getting chemotherapy or radiation therapy, particularly on treatment days.
  • Urinate frequently. If you feel the urge to urinate, don't delay using the toilet.
  • Wipe from front to back after a bowel movement. This prevents bacteria in the anal region from spreading to the vagina and urethra.
  • Take showers rather than tub baths. If you're susceptible to infections, showering rather than bathing may help prevent them.
  • Gently wash the skin around the vagina and anus. Do this daily, but don't use harsh soaps or wash too vigorously. The delicate skin around these areas can become irritated.
  • Empty your bladder as soon as possible after intercourse. Drink a full glass of water to help flush bacteria.
  • Avoid using deodorant sprays or feminine products in the genital area. These products can irritate the urethra and bladder

I am having blood in my urine without any pain from yesterday night. Please suggest it is something serious or it's just or food or else. I am unmarried.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Diplomate of National board in Surgical Oncology
General Surgeon, Kolkata
I am having blood in my urine without any pain from yesterday night. Please suggest it is something serious or it's j...
It can suggest urinary tract infection. Donot panic get urine test done take plenty of waters. Avoid pain killers.

Hello, I have below queries. 1. I am suffering from kidney stone (2.6m). I want to know that is this size of stone dangerous and do I need to take the medicines to get the stone dissolved/flushed or it will flush out automatically. 2. How much time does it take to get this stone to dissolved automatically or through medicines (If automatically possible) 3. What are the things I should add in my diet 4. What are the things I must completely avoid.

MD (Hom) Medicine, BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS)), CCAH, MCAH
Homeopath, Indore
Hello,
I have below queries.
1. I am suffering from kidney stone (2.6m). I want to know that is this size of stone da...
1. The size of stone is small and can be dissolved through homeopathic medicines. 2. Try to limit: Spinach Almonds and cashews Baked potatoes Beets Cocoa powder Okra French fries Raspberries Sweet potatoes 3. Drink plenty of water, curd, vit c.

Hello doctor, My brother is 16 years old and has nephrotic syndrome and his biopsy report diagnosed minimal change disease and doctor is giving him prednisone and vitamin d and calcium tablet. How much will it take him to recover fully.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Fellowship in Medical Cosmotology and lasser
Ayurveda, Thrissur
Hello doctor, My brother is 16 years old and has nephrotic syndrome and his biopsy report diagnosed minimal change di...
Do not worry, please let me know your Serum Creatinine level. If Serum Creatinine value is normal, then we need to know Urine Micro Albumin or Albumin level. Most probably, your brother have a condition called, IgA nephropathy. As it is newly diagnosed, please send me details of usg abdomen results and biopsy results, if performed. In Ayurveda, IgA nephropathy can manage properly. Using Anti oxidant completely herbal medicines we can prevent further nephritis and associated complications. Also certain foods such as Curd, Paneer, ice creams, black gram, fried non vegetarian foods, eggs, mushroom, prawn, crab etc are not good in this condition. Please send me the details.
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I am having a small lump near anal canal since 20 days. Sometimes it shrinks and again gets little bigger. Sometimes itching and irritation. No constant pain. No bleeding. One doctor said it's fissure other said there is nothing. What to do now? What is this lump of?

MD (Hom) Medicine, BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS)), CCAH, MCAH
Homeopath, Indore
It is primary haemorrhoids. Drink more water. Take good salad in your diet. Do not strain while defecating. Do not take spicy and oily food. You should start homeopathic treatment to prevent further progress of your disease. Homeopathic treatment will cure it completely. U can consult me online for more help.

Hello Doctor I am suffering from Kidney and Ureter stone. 7 mm in ureter and 3.5 mm & 5 mm in kidney. One doctor suggest me below homeopathic medicines. Berb V Q Pareira B Q Hydrangea Q 15-20 drops with water twice in a day. I want a 2nd opinion on these medicines, kindly confirm weather its fine or should I avoid any of these medicines. I will be thankful for your reply.

Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
Homeopath, Nashik
Hello Doctor
I am suffering from Kidney and Ureter stone. 7 mm in ureter and 3.5 mm & 5 mm in kidney. One doctor sugg...
Hii lybrate-user better to treat your problem with classical honoeopathy. Specific medicine s won't help. Even if it helps it will recurr. You need systematic approach in which only five questions will be asked and medicines will be courriered through which your stone will dissolve in two months completely and won't recurr.

I am 35 years man, for past two days when I pass urine I can see blood clots are mixed in the urine and the urine color is red at the end of urinating I can see little amount of blood leaking. I feel pain and burning sensation only while urinating. After passing urine for few minutes I feel pain on my belly button.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - MEdicine, DNB- Nephrology
Nephrologist, Gurgaon
I am 35 years man, for past two days when I pass urine I can see blood clots are mixed in the urine and the urine col...
This may be due to urine infection or stone in lower passage get USG abdomen and urine test and consultation.
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