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Frequent urination in night (4 to 5 times). Can not sleep properly. Fasting sugar is in range (99). Was having vitamin D Deficiency. Still taking the vitamin D and calcium tables after lunch. What is the reason behind this frequent urination in night only?
My friend have a problem with her kidneys doctors said kidneys are failed and one of then should replace her mother kidney is matched. But some ayurveda doctor said there is a medicine for this disease. Is there medicine for kidney failure in ayurveda?(she has urine infection her kidneys become small she is loosing protein from urine I have this information)
Hello sir, I am a 36 year old, I am male and I have a problem of stone 16 mm in left kidney. So what should I do?
I am heart patient and from last 2 days I am having very high frequent urination. And feeling burning sensation. I have to go to pee after every 10 min. I am not interested in medicines coz I am on heart regarding medicines.
Mujhe ek saal se rectam ,vagina me burning sensation hai after stool. Feet ne bhi burning sensation hai. No plies, fissure urine culture test negetive. Kyon se doctor ko check karau perio bhi theek hai. Muhje GERD ki problem hai jiski medicine le rahi hu. Diet plan se diet le rahi hu.
My brother is 50 years old. He is going through dialysis 2 times per week and The Doctor has suggested for transplant. Is there any alternate option?
My problem is urine coming from 1 month yellow colour only but sometimes normal. why what is the problem doctor. I'm thinking jaundice is there or it is just my doubt.
What are the possible Ayurvedic and Homeopathic treatments for Patients on Dialysis to reduce the urea creatinine levels.
We are married only few weeks ago. My wife has got urine infection after few days of our marriage. Is this a common problem? How can this be avoided?
The water which I drink have salt content is there any problems if I drink it? And how about kidney stones?
I am feeling vomiting from a week and I am a patient of kidney stones I am taking medicine from a month so please suggest something.
Sir, I am planning to go for a circumcision. How long will it take to heal the wound in a normal case? How long should I take bed rest? Kindly advise.
Does 1.5 cretnine is risky. Is there any threat to kidneys. But I dont have any problem in urination or abdomen pain. My bp is also normal.
I am 27 years old male and go to toilet many times in a day. Especially in the morning I used to go toilet many time. It also happened when I drink much water at a time. I do not feel any type of pain in this regard into my body. I am very fed up due to this problem and feel difficulty during travel.
My mother is sugar patient. She is taking metformin 850 mg and glimepiride 1 mg tab twice a day for the last one year. Her rft has shown creatinine 3.2 and urea 82 reading a week ago. Is it alarming or can be reversible.
After passing stool, then after 20 minutes I feel burning /irritating pain in my rectum, I have taken anti biotic but it is not helping by evening the pain subsides. Can you help me out?
Hello sir / madam, I have some urine problem. When I am drop the urine in there some pain and very hot so what should I do? What's the solution for this problem?
I having stone pain very badly in my side stomach what should o do for this to relief from the pain. Please advise me fast as possible.
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