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HiI am 35yrs old male and suffering from kidney stones pls tell me how to remove it without operation.
I hv undergone stress incontinence surgery in 2011. Now the same problem is repeated. Urine leakage is more now. One doc says the surgery is not performed well. Other says now it is a different urinary bladder problem. What should I do.
I am 22 years old. I have to urinate every 2 hrs sometimes more often in morning than that and have a irritation after urinating. Also face a condition of quick ejaculation and unable to have stiffness. Also feel a small lump in my throat. Pls tell me what is this and which specialist I have to meet. I've never taken alcohol but do drink coke more. Used to eat non veg more. I am 6 ft height and weight 83 kg.
They have recently u/sonology and in that report 4 things are high lighted that is below 1) right kidney shows pelvicalacal fullness 2) fatty liver changes with cystitis 3) urinary bladder is normal in distension, walls. Are thick 4) liver normal in size and bright in echo texture please tell us what is that means. Is everything is okay. Plz.
I am 27 year old, I have stone in each kidney, size of the stone is 5 mm and 6 mm on right and left kidneys respectively, what should I do?
Many persons report to doctors complaining about weakness, backache, loss of energy and other vague symptoms attributing these all to the loss of calcium and sometime semen with urine. How do they get to this conclusion? They may have noticed ‘white discharge (particularly in morning sample) in urine, they leak few drops of white discharge while talking to women (talking over phone included) or thinking about them, their neighborhood ‘test wala’ (lab technician) report their urine containing a few calcium carbonate crystals (anyways its almost always same test wala or ‘medical wala’ (medical store owner) who orders their urinalysis in first instance), they suffer (as per them) from frequent night emissions associated with wet dreams or without wet dreams and so on (list is exhaustive).
This is precipitated and perpetuated by commonly held belief about extreme preciousness of semen in sub-continental cultures including ours. This is based on an old hindu belief that it takes forty drops of blood to create a drop of bone marrow and forty drops of bone marrow to create a drop of sperm (wikipedia). These persons usually spend good amount of resources for treatment of ‘calcium or semen loss’ without much success.
This is actually a neuro-asthenic syndrome first described by professor (dr) narendra wig as ‘dhat syndrome’.
Females also suffer from an equivalent syndrome characterized by excessive vaginal discharge or leucorrhea, which is again considered a" precicious fluid.
Reassurance and proper education is the mainstay of treatment. Many times counseling, anti-anxiety and anti-depressant medications are needed.