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Dr. Guptha

MBBS

Nephrologist, Bangalore

300 at clinic
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. Guptha is a popular Nephrologist in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. Doctor studied and completed MBBS . You can consult Dr. Guptha at Sidvin Hospital in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Guptha and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Sidvin Hospital

No.1031, 20th Main, 5th Block, West Of Chord Road, RajajinagarBangalore Get Directions
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Sidvin Hospital

#1031, 20th Main, 5th Block, West Of Chord Road, Rajajinagar. Landmark: Behind National Public School.Bangalore Get Directions
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My father was suffer lower belly pain. Local doctor suspects it is kidney problem. Done USG and report suggests 4.1 mm non-shadowing calculus found in right kidney. Small cyst 2.49 cm x 2.67 cm found in right kidney. Dilated, 1.06 cm single calculus found at left pelvic-uretic junction. Please advise.

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General Surgeon, Panipat
Mr Sarkar Pain in abdomen can be due to renal stone .Stones are found in kidney when someone take less fluids or increase in Uric acid level,main cause is less intake of water.plz increase your water intake or fluids at least 3-4 litres a day your stones will be flushed out.
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I have 13 kidney stones in both. I had pain for 1 week after that no pain. Now my urine is always in yellow colour. What the sign it. And what should I do for treatment?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD (AM), PGDPPHC, ACLS
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
I have 13 kidney stones in both. I had pain for 1 week after that no pain. Now my urine is always in yellow colour. W...
We need to know the size of your stones to think about the treatment options. If the size is the stones is small enough to pass through the mayoral urinary passage then the medical management should be given a try provided there is no obstruction in the passage. Plenty of fluids with restrictions of seeded vegetable is a general advice which can be given without fitter information.
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Kidney Stones - Are They Troubling You?

Partners in Health
Multi Speciality, Gurgaon
Kidney Stones - Are They Troubling You?

A kidney stone is like a small rock that forms in the kidney. Stones form when certain chemicals in the body clump together. A stone can either stay in the kidney or travel through the urinary system by passing though the urine and not causing any harm.

What are the symptoms?

Very small stones might pass through the urinary system without causing much pain. Larger stones can block the flow of urine if they get stuck in the ureters or urethra. Kidney stones do not usually cause any symptoms until they start to pass. Some symptoms might include:

  • Extreme pain in your back or side that will not go away

  • Nausea

  • Blood in your urine

  • Fever and chills

Who are at risk ?

Anyone can have a kidney stone, but it may be more likely if you:

  • Are male and are overweight

  • Have had kidney infections

  • Have a family member with kidney stones

  • Have had kidney stones before

  • Eat a lot of animal protein (such as meat and eggs)

  • Do not drink enough liquids

  • Have certain medicines which can cause kidney stones

How are kidney stones treated?

Treatment depends on the location and size of the kidney stone. Drinking plenty of water and taking some medicines can help a small stone to pass more easily. For problem stones, there may be a few options:

  • Lithotripsy uses shock waves to break a large stone into smaller pieces that can pass.

  • Ureteroscopic Stone Removal uses a small tool to get and remove stones stuck in the ureters.

  • Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy uses surgery to remove large stones from the kidneys.

Depending on the location of the kidney stone and many other factors the doctor decides on the most suitable procedure.

How can I prevent kidney stones?

If you have had kidney stones before, you are more likely to have kidney stones again. To help keep stones from forming, try to:

  • Drink 10 to 12 glasses of water each day

  • Eat less salt (sodium), meat and eggs

  • Find out what type of stone you have

  • Ask your doctor for a urine test

  • Talk to your doctor about your medicines and other tests for kidney stones

Do NOT reduce the calcium in your diet without talking to your doctor first! Studies show that limiting calcium in your diet may not stop kidney stones from forming and may harm your bones.

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My blood creatine is high and haemoglobin count is high. I have high pressure. What should I do.

MD - Alternative Medicine, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Karnal
My blood creatine is high and haemoglobin count is high. I have high pressure. What should I do.
Punarwa mandoor 2 tab& goksuradi guggal 2 tab with pnarwasav 2 table spoon one cup of water after meal.
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My husband got fever again n again we did urine test on n which pus cell are 30-50hpf and RBC 5-10 .Is it serious what should we do? He is 31 year.

CCP, MBA, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Karnal
My husband got fever again n again we did urine test on n which pus cell are 30-50hpf and RBC 5-10 .Is it serious wha...
Recurrent infections are due to low immunity and buildup of toxins in the body. Antibiotics will not be able to cure it. Pls see a good ayurveda expert, who can guide in improving digestion and immunity.
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Actually I have a stone in my kidney yesterday I got report from ultrasound. So to get rid of it and what precaution should I take.

BAMS, MD - Medicine
Ayurveda, Bareilly
Actually I have a stone in my kidney yesterday I got report from ultrasound. So to get rid of it and what precaution ...
Avoid calcium rich diets like milk, curd etc. And vegetables like spinach, arbi, band gobhi, tomato etc. Also take plenty of water.
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Meri mummy ki done kidney main stone h 4 mm ke agr kidney stone itne chote h to pain kyu h unki back pe please ans. What should we do.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Meri mummy ki done kidney main stone h 4 mm ke agr kidney stone itne chote h to pain kyu h unki back pe please ans. W...
When the stone passes down the ureter than it gets clogged and there is back pressure in the pelvis leading to pain
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It is from a few month I find it problem to urinate after intercourse, I have to wait for long time to initiate urine.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
It is from a few month I find it problem to urinate after intercourse, I have to wait for long time to initiate urine.
Daily intake of fluids should b 3-4 lits. If u r not consuming adequate amount, increase water consumption. In spite of normal water consumption if u r facing d problem, I ll suggest u a sonography of pelvis to check any abnormality of prostate.
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How long I have to take oxra 10 mg (dapagliflozin) course. Stop passing sugar from urine. My urine re report is +++

MBBS, CCEBDM
Diabetologist, Bangalore
How long I have to take oxra 10 mg (dapagliflozin) course. Stop passing sugar from urine. My urine re report is +++
Hi as long as your blood sugars are under control you can continue this medicine. urine sugar will be positive because that's how your blood sugars are reduced.
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