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Dr. Maneesh Sinha  - Urologist, Bangalore

Dr. Maneesh Sinha

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MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Urology/Genito - Urinary Surgery

Urologist, Bangalore

26 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Maneesh Sinha is currently the Head of Department of Urology at NU Hospitals. After having completed his MBBS at the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, he trained ......more
Dr. Maneesh Sinha is currently the Head of Department of Urology at NU Hospitals. After having completed his MBBS at the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, he trained in general surgery at Safdarjang Hospital. His zeal to train in Urology took him to Christian Medical College, Vellore; where he acquired his M Ch and DNB degrees. After spending 5 years at Vellore, he spent another 5 at Tata Main Hospital in Jamshedpur where he was instrumental in setting up a department of Urology.
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Dr. Maneesh Sinha is a popular Urologist in Padmanabha Nagar, Bangalore. He has been a successful Urologist for the last 26 years. He is a qualified MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Urology/Genito - Urinary Surgery . You can consult Dr. Maneesh Sinha at NU Hospitals in Padmanabha Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Maneesh Sinha on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi - 1993
MS - General Surgery - Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi - 1997
DNB - Urology/Genito - Urinary Surgery - Christian Medical College & Hospital, Vellore - 2004
Languages spoken
English
Awards and Recognitions
Dr. Jeyasekaran Medal for Ideas and Innovations: for paper titled “An I Pad stand as a laparoscopic endotrainer”, at Association of Southern Urologists conference held at Visakhapatnam
Manipal Best Published Paper award for Use of a vegetable model as a training tool for PCNL puncture published in Indian Journal of Urology
Awarded the Brij Kishore Patna Prize at USICON 2014 [for the paper entitled ‘Comparative Study of Supracostal 11th, Supracostal 12th and Infracostal Access for PCNL ‘ presented at 47th Annual Conference of the USI 29th January
Professional Memberships
Member of the Bangalore Urological Society (BUS)
Member of the Karnataka Urology Association (KUA)
Member of the Tamil Nadu & Puduchery Association of Urologists
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Member of the Association of Southern Urologists of India
Member of the Urological Society of India
Member of the East Zone Chapter of Urological Society of India
Member of the Indian Medical Association

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I am 32 years working lady in private sector. Always I am suffering urine infection such as itching ,burning in my private part, colour of my urine is yellow.

I am 32 years working lady in private sector. Always I am suffering urine infection such as itching ,burning in my pr...
Do the following- Maintain high grade of personal hygiene. Do change your underclothes at least 2 times a day Wear cotton pantiesStay hydrated Keep the area dry. For this homeopathic treatment is very effective.

Dear doctor, I am having frequent urination problem and also some time have pain in my left testes, lower abdomen and also in the back region. Though the pain is not permanent. So please advice.

Dear doctor,
I am having frequent urination problem and also some time have pain in my left testes, lower abdomen and...
It may be hernia. If your testes is swollen or there is a lump then please don't ignore it, get urself examined by an urologist as soon as possible.
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I have pcod as well as kidney stones in both kidneys and I'am nit able to lose weight. Kindly suggest me a duet chart if possible as it keeps on fluctuating. Losing 5 kgs is my target but it's getting really hard. Please help!

I have pcod as well as kidney stones in both kidneys and I'am nit able to lose weight. Kindly suggest me a duet chart...
Hi lybrate-user There could be many reason of weight gain. To lose weight we need to focus upon some basic food plan like cutting down on grains and sugar .we should avoid processed food. The healthy weight loss diet should contain ample amount of vegetable with sufficient protein. Taking some dietary supplements helps in weight loss as well. I am suggesting a general diet and supplement for you. You can visit my clinic for free detailed body composition analysis. Sample Diet Plan Breakfast - Russian salad with boiled eggs and fish Lunch -green vegetable +salad +curd. Dinner - Paneer tikka with green chutney. Snacks - Dry fruits and Nuts with green tea. Suggested Supplements Microfruit and Cytofresh tablets daily after breakfast. Lipolyzer tummy tablet after lunch and dinner.

KEGEL EXERCISES
Kegel exercises are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These
muscles support the bladder and bowel openings in both men and women.
Strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor can aid in preventing leakage of
urine or feces with coughing, sneezing, lifting, and other stressful movements.
Other benefits of kegels include enhanced sexual function, conditioned muscles
to make childbirth easier, decrease and/or prevent prolapse of pelvic organs,
and improve the ability to pass stool.

Who should do Kegel Exercises?
? Women and men with urinary and /or bowel incontinence
? Women and men who have demonstrated weakening of the pelvic floor
? Pregnant women or women who have previously had children
? Middle aged and older women
What you need to know about Kegel Exercises
The success of Kegel exercises depends on the use of proper technique as well
as compliance to a regular exercise program. When doing the exercises, it is
important to identify the correct muscles of the pelvic floor. At first, most
people contract the abdominal or thigh muscles while neglecting the pelvic
floor muscles. This may actually worsen pelvic floor tone and incontinence.
Kegels may be done as a part of biofeedback, when some patients require
assistance. Biofeedback consists of placing a sensor on the abdomen and
around the anal area, which measure the contraction of the pelvic floor
muscles. Occasionally, an electrode may be placed in the vagina in women, or
in the rectum in men.

Three Steps to an Effective Kegel
? Learn to tighten the muscles around the vaginal/anal area
? Contract the vaginal and rectal muscles. Note that when you perform
steps 1 and 2 correctly, you should also feel the muscles around the anus
tighten slightly. This is normal, but do not consciously try to tighten
those muscles.
? In a quiet, relaxed setting with no distractions, practice your Kegels and
determine how long you can hold your contraction and how many you
can do before becoming fatigued. Do not do more than 5-10 reps at time
with a 3-5 second hold.

Detailed Instructions on how to do Kegels:
Step #1: The urethra?The Functional Stop Test
After partially emptying your bladder, stop your urine flow in a slow controlled
manner, paying attention to how it feels.
Note: Stopping and starting the urine repeatedly as an exercise can be harmful
and should not be done. Holding your urine can contribute to bladder
infection, causing damage to normal urinary reflexes. The Functional Stop Test
is useful for assessing what it feels like to gradually stop urine flow, and should
not be done more than once per urination.
Step #2: The vagina and rectum as your window to the pelvic floor
For this step, you will internally assess the ability to squeeze and elevate the
muscles around the opening of the vagina or rectum, while lying on your back.
This is accomplished by inserting one finger into the vaginal or rectal opening
while you try to lift and squeeze with the muscles. Pay attention to how this feels.
Step #3: Putting it all together
Begin practicing while lying on your back with your knees bent, or lying back
with pillows under your head and shoulders. When your knees are bent you
should have pillows under them so that the muscles around the hips and
buttocks can relax. In this position, you can practice the actual Kegel, which
involves lifting and tightening the pelvic floor all at one time. This will be a
combination of what you felt when you gradually stopped urine flow, with the
feeling squeezing and elevating the muscles around the vaginal or rectal area.

How long and how many?
When you are first starting out, it is common to find that you can only hold a
Kegel for 3-6 seconds, and that performing 3-6 repetitions causes muscle
fatigue. When this happens, you are usually performing the exercise correctly.
If you find you can hold it for much longer right away, recheck your technique.
For patients with incontinence or pelvic floor weakness, it is important to
concentrate on correctly performing the technique and gradually improving the
muscle quality and tone, even though you may be weak first starting out.
Making Kegels a part of your life
After you have become experienced in performing these exercises, you will
want to do them as follows:
? A series of strong, steady squeezes for 8-10 seconds each ? Try to do 8-10 at a time
? For most people, 30 repetitions per day are adequate.
As they get easier, you will find you can do them while sitting or standing, for
example, you can do them while driving, working on the computer, or waiting in
long lines.
Please note that you may not see any noticeable change in bowel / bladder
control for a while. In some cases it may be many months.
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I am having excessive urination and irritation at my intimate parts. Can you help me with this?

I am having excessive urination and irritation at my intimate parts. Can you help me with this?
Dear Lybrateuser, - Your problem could be due to a urinary tract infection - have 8-10 glasses of water & other fluids per day - get urine RE/ME, culture done, depending on the result you may require medication (antibiotic course).
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Hello ma'am, I'm having a severe pain in my abdominal part and in vaginal part too. I'm not into any relationship or something. Whenever I go for urine I have a an intense pain in my vagina and there is a problem of white discharge too with a stinky smell. Please help me.

Hello ma'am,
I'm having a severe pain in my abdominal part and in vaginal part too. I'm not into any relationship or ...
You are having infection in the genitals which is causing something called as pelvic inflammatory disease. This require proper treatment with a course of antibiotics and antifungal medicines. The smell in white discharge is due to the polonged uncontrolled infection. So need to take proper treatment for the same. So consult local gynaecologist for proper exam and treatment or else come back for the treatment part as we can not prescribe medicines in this open questions, prescription can be given only in private questions. Mean while maintain proper genital hygiene by washing the genitals with water after passing urine every time and dry it. Dispose the diapers after single use. Maintain general cleanliness. Good luck.
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After passing my stool I had a severe anal pain and if I eat something then also I feel a pressure of stool.

According to your history it appears you have a fissure in ano, which needs to be confirmed by your doctor, if in case your doctor after external exam tells you that you do not have a fissure in ano he will perform a proctoscopic examination and figure out the cause of pain and suggest treatment. As far as your sensation that you need to go to a toilet after eating is a feature in some normal people it is due to a simple condition called gastro colic reflex, for which no treatment is required, this is seen in high performers or stressful individuals, you only require will power to control. Gradually you will overcome from this problem.
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Chronic urine infection commonly after colitus. Almost resistance to antibiotics. For time being it gets fine after few days then again aftr sexual activity occurs again. Please help 23 year female unmarried.

Chronic urine infection commonly after colitus. Almost resistance to antibiotics. For time being it gets fine after f...
Dear , if infection takes place after sexual activity then 1. You and your sexual partner must be simultaneously treated otherwise you get repeatedly get shuttlecock infection. 2. If infection still occurs then your partner should apply clotrimazole cream on glans before penetration. Other short cut would be use condom and also wash your and your partners hands with soap and water thoroughly before sexual activity.

My urine colour is very dark yellow. No other problems. Tell me the Reason why this is happening?

My urine colour is very dark yellow. No other problems. Tell me the Reason why this is happening?
You will need to take some tests like Urine routine and microscopic. CBC, SGPT, S. Bilirubin. Etc. Then consult with reports.
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Painful Bladder - What Should You Know About It?

Painful Bladder - What Should You Know About It?

The bladder is a muscular sac that is seated just above the pubic bone. The organ stores urine produced by the kidneys allows us the control the frequency of urination by the expansion and contraction of its muscles. Pain in the bladder is usually caused due to one of three reasons:

Interstitial cystitisThis is a chronic condition which affects more women than men. It makes the bladder inflamed and irritated. The bladder walls turn stiff because of this which makes it difficult for the bladder to expand. Interstitial cystitis may be caused by a defect in the lining of the bladder.

Urinary tract infectionUrinary tract infections can affect a person at any age and may develop in the ureter, urethra, bladder or kidneys. However, it is most commonly seen in the bladder. This infection is caused by bacteria that enter the body through the urinary tract.

Bladder cancerCancer that develops in the bladder is known as bladder cancer. Transitional cell carcinoma is the most common type of bladder cancer cell. This begins in the innermost layer of the bladder lining. Pain during urination and discomfort in the lower pelvic region are common symptoms of this disease. Once the cause is diagnosed, antibiotic medication can help treat bladder pain. Along with that, there are a few things you could do at home as well.

  • Drink plenty of fluids: Ideally, we should drink 8-10 glasses of water a day. Water keeps the body hydrated and helps flush toxins from the body. It also helps dilute the urine. This can make urination less painful as concentrated urine may be acidic and difficult to pass. Water also helps prevent the formation of kidney stones and thus helps the kidneys function optimally.
  • Urinate frequently: Do not try to control your urine. Holding urine in for extended periods of time allows bacteria to multiply within the body. It is also important to urinate after intercourse as sexual activities can push the bacteria present on the skin deeper into your body. This is important for both men and women.
  • Dress comfortably: Avoid synthetic, tight fitting underwear and clothes. Instead wear, loose, comfortable clothes that are preferably made out of cotton. These clothes will help keep your skin dry and not allow bacteria to breed.
  • Pain relievers and heating pads: Sometimes, antibiotics can take a day or two before addressing bladder pain. In such cases, pain relievers can help deal with the discomfort and cramps. Heating pads can also help soothe abdominal and lower back pain that results from bladder infections.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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