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Dr. Venkataramana Raju

Nephrologist, Bangalore

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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. Venkataramana Raju is a popular Nephrologist in Chord Road Hospital, Bangalore. You can consult Dr. Venkataramana Raju at Chord Road Hospital Pvt Ltd in Chord Road Hospital, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Venkataramana Raju and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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#100/101, LIC Colony, West of Chord Road, Basaveswaranagar. Landmark: Near Shankar MuttBangalore Get Directions
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My is brother 35 years old is suffering from renal kidney failure disease since from last 2 years month after month his S. creatnine is becoming high 2.58 to now 5.83 all doctors said when its come to 8 or 9 he has to go for dialysis or kidney transplant. Do you have any other solution to stop or to control this.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I will suggest that the moment his urine output has stopped or has decreased to cause symptoms we should go for dialysis and till than we should take care that his creatine levels come down after treating the cause
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My aunt is suffering from urinary infection n white urine is passed. She lives in a village. Doctor is treating her. Antibiotic does not seem to work. Pls advise.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, FIAGES(Fellowship in minimal access surgery), FMAS (Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery)
General Surgeon, Ghaziabad
My aunt is suffering from urinary infection n white urine is passed. She lives in a village. Doctor is treating her. ...
she requires complete work up like ultrasound whole abdomen, urine routine and urine culture. on that basis only treatment can be advised.
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What is the cause of yellow urine in the morning? How to cure it ,which test to done done if any?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
What is the cause of yellow urine in the morning? How to cure it ,which test to done done if any?
It could be due to concentrated urine due to inadequate intake of water or effect of some medicines .take 2-3liter of water daily. If yellow colour persist do blood test for serum bilirubin after consulting doctor.
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My mom around 50 years old. She is feeling pain in the lower abdominal and genital area. With the frequent call for urination within a few sec to mins. Along with this she has some gas problem as well from last three days.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Is she diabetic or suffering from high blood pressure. Kindly get back to me with details so that I may assist you better.
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Hello sir. Sir pechle 2 month se peshab peela ho rha hai. Help me sir. please help

MBBS,MD(medicine), PGDS(sexology), Fellowship in sexual medicines
Sexologist, Jaipur
Hello sir.
Sir pechle 2 month se peshab peela ho rha hai. Help me sir. please help
Aapko urine infection ki shikayat hai. Aap iska proper treatment lejea and jald sahi hoeye. You can consult me apne medicines ke lea.
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I am 27 year old female. Noticed bleeding while I went to stool and even while urinating.

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am 27 year old female. Noticed bleeding while I went to stool and even while urinating.
Blood in stools could be due to Piles, dysentery, fissures etc. Drink plenty of liquids. Eat soft diet. Avoid constipation. Eat 3-4 servings of fruits everyday. If required, consult with details.
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Kidney Stones - Are They Really Common?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
Kidney Stones - Are They Really Common?

The kidneys may be a pair of small organs but they perform a very important function. Without the kidneys, it is impossible to filter blood and remove toxins from the body. One of the common problems associated with kidneys is the development of a kidney stone. This can be described as a hard, pebble like substance that is formed when urine contains high levels of certain minerals. Kidney stones vary in size and shape. Small stones may pass through the ureter into the bladder and out of the body with minimal discomfort. However, in some cases, a kidney stone can be as large as a golf ball. In such cases, it can block the urine flow and cause extreme amounts of pain as well as bleeding. In such cases, a doctor needs to be consulted as early as possible.

There are four different types of kidney stones.

  1. Calcium Stones: This is the most common type of kidney stones. It is caused by excess calcium that is not flushed out with the urine.
  2. Uric acid stones: Highly acidic urine can trigger the development of such stones. This may be caused by excessive consumption of meat, fish and shell fish.
  3. Struvite stones: This is often formed as a side effect of Urinary tract infections. These stones may develop and grow rapidly.
  4. Cystine stones: These stones are formed as a result of a genetic disorder known as cystinuria. This disorder causes an amino acid known as cysteine to leak into the urine.

Kidney stones are a fairly common occurrence. It affects both men and women but men have a higher risk of developing kidney stones as compared to women. Other risk factors that can influence kidney stones are:

  1. Family history of kidney stones
  2. Not drinking enough water
  3. Obesity
  4. Digestive problems
  5. Recurrent UTIs
  6. Gout
  7. Bowel inflammation
  8. Disease that causes blockage of the urinary tract
  9. Certain medications such as diuretics or calcium based antacids

Once a person has been diagnosed with a kidney stone, this issue can recur. Treatment for kidney stones depends on the type of stones, size and location. In most cases, medication is prescribed to help break the stone down into smaller parts so that it can pass through urine. In extreme cases, surgery may be required. If not treated in time, it can cause severe pain, bloody urine, UTIs that can further lead to kidney failure and reduced kidney functioning.

Kidney stones can be prevented by drinking plenty of fluids and making a few dietary changes. Ideally, a person should have a minimum of 8-10 glasses of water a day. If you have a high risk of developing any type of kidney stones, reduce your sodium consumption and the amount of meat eaten. Consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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He is having acidity in stomach. He feels bubble sound in upper abdomen and burn in urine.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
He is having acidity in stomach. He feels bubble sound in upper abdomen and burn in urine.
Maintain proper hygiene, take filtered water only. No smoking, no alcohol if any. Avoid outside spicy and fried food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2 hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help chew your food properly at time of lunch and dinner. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
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I am having kidney stones, polycystic kidney disease, few cysts in liver right lobe, gallbladder polyps. Severe gas problem.

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Ayurveda, Sonipat
I am having kidney stones, polycystic kidney disease, few cysts in liver right lobe, gallbladder polyps. Severe gas p...
U use patterchata leaf and mooli patta ras with hibiscus flowers at morning 10-15 days then consult me online.
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Today I can done abdomen and pelvis ultrasound. It shows that 5mm stone in left kidney and left adnexa show 43×33mm sized benign cyst with internal thin sepate and echoes likely hemorrhagic ovarian cyst. What does it mean. And what can I do? It is dangerous or not.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Today I can done abdomen and pelvis ultrasound. It shows that 5mm stone in left kidney and left adnexa show 43×33mm s...
Dear lybrate-user you have not mentioned why did you get ultrasound done. Anyway 5 mm stone in kidney if asymptomatic, nothing to worry but have one consultation with urologist. Ovarian cyst of this size if not causing any problem take ocs for three months and repeat ultrasound. If cyst disappears nothing to worry. If remains of same size and asymptomatic nothing to be done. If cyst grows and reaches 6 cm and belonged, surgery is only option.
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