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Dr. Velavedhan

MBBS

Urologist, Chennai

100 - 400 at clinic
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Dr. Velavedhan is a renowned Urologist in Tondiarpet, Chennai. Doctor has done MBBS . Doctor is currently associated with Malligai Hospital in Tondiarpet, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Velavedhan on Lybrate.com.

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Malligai Hospital

No 33, Kanaka Pillai Street, Tondiarpet. Landmark: Behind Agasthiya Theatre, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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Sri Ranga Nursing Home

#4/13, Devanathan Street, Mandaveli. Landmark: Opp. To RTO Office, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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Sri Ranga Hospital

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I have been diagnosed with chronic pelvic inflammatory disease (may be abt 6 months, uti and kidney stones 3 mm. What is the treatment for PID? What to do to prevent it from affecting fertility? Unmarried 28 years old.

CCP, MBA, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Karnal
I have been diagnosed with chronic pelvic inflammatory disease (may be abt 6 months, uti and kidney stones 3 mm. What...
Go for virechan karma followed by karma vasthi at a panchakarma centre near u. The problem will be resolved. Check your dietary habits. Have light & easily digestible meals.
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Hello sir, Does drinking alcoholic beverages effects urinary tract infections semen infections and possible in urinary stones doctor.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello sir, Does drinking alcoholic beverages effects urinary tract infections semen infections and possible in urinar...
Yes drinking alcoholic beverages effects urinary tract infections semen infections and urinary stones
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Is there any medication in allopathy for prostrate enlargement? Is surgery the only option available?

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Is there any medication in allopathy for prostrate enlargement? Is surgery the only option available?
Respected lybrate-user hi definately there are medicines of its best kind in allopathy & in every case it's not mandatory surgery is required at all dear thanks regards.
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I done my urine test my pus cell 2-3 WBC / HPF is normal no infection. And I did not take any medicine. What is normal pus cell value for men.

MBBS, MD, DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Indore
I done my urine test my pus cell 2-3 WBC / HPF is normal no infection. And I did not take  any medicine. What is norm...
Pus is a collection of white blood cells and dead leukocytes. It is mostly seen in areas of the body that have become infected. In adults, male or female, the normal range is 2-5 per high power field (HPF). Pus cells don't always mean infection. So don't panic. It is normal. Be hydrated, take healthy nutritious diet, avoid oily and junk food, do exercise, take proper sleep. For more queries, contact us.
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Please advise surgical treatment of stricture of bulbar urethra (post traumatic-pelvic injury and post catheterization)

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Please advise surgical treatment of stricture of bulbar urethra (post traumatic-pelvic injury and post catheterization)
Some patients may opt to manage their stricture disease with periodic urethral dilations. The goal is to stretch the scar without producing additional scarring. It may be curative in patients with isolated epithelial strictures (no involvement of corpus spongiosum). Internal urethrotomy Internal urethrotomy involves incising the stricture transurethrally using endoscopic equipment. The incision allows for release of scar tissue. Success depends on the epithelialization process finishing before wound contraction significantly reduces the urethral lumen caliber. The incision is made under direct vision at the 12 o'clock position, either with a “cold” knife or urethrotome or a “hot” knife that uses electrocautery to cut through the scar tissue. Care must be taken not to injure the corpora cavernosa because this could lead to erectile dysfunction. Complications include recurrence of stricture, which is the most common complication, bleeding, or extravasation of irrigation fluid into perispongial tissues, thus increasing the fibrotic response. The curative success rate is reported as 20%-35%, with no increase in the success rate with a second internal urethrotomy procedure. Typically, an indwelling urethral catheter is left in place for 3-5 days to oppose wound contraction forces and allow epithelialization. Longer periods of catheterizations have not been shown to reduce failure rates. Self-catheterization after internal urethrotomy has been used to improve cure rates by maintaining patency of the urethral lumen. However, strictures typically return once the patient stops.[8] Permanent urethral stents Permanent urethral stents are placed endoscopically. Stents are designed to be incorporated into the wall of the urethra and provide a patent lumen. They are most successful in short-length strictures in the bulbous urethra. Complications occur when a stent is placed distal to the bulbous urethra, causing pain while sitting or during intercourse. Other complications involve migration of the stent. This procedure is contraindicated in patients with dense strictures and in patients with prior substitution urethral reconstruction because it elicits a hypertrophic reaction. It may be best reserved for patients who are medically unfit to undergo lengthy open urethral reconstruction procedures
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I am married 25 years old. I feel a pain during urination. The pain is there after Passing out urine also.

MD - Anaesthesiology, DNB, MBBS, Diploma In Aesthetic Medicine
Pain Management Specialist, Amritsar
I am married 25 years old. I feel a pain during urination. The pain is there after Passing out urine also.
It's urinary infection which is very common after marriage. You need to lot of water, soda, urine alkalinizer and antibiotic. Take care.
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My dad has been hospitalized since 16 Feb 2018 and has been in ICU since Feb 21. The initial complain was blood in urine which was completely resolved by Mar 1. There were 3 cystoscopy procedures done and last one was successful in removing all blood clots from bladder. By 8th Mar the catheter was removed and dad had started eating semi solid foods as well. Suddenly, on 9th Mar - the BP went low, he was breathing heavily and doctors found a lot of fluid in the body and chest. They removed it by tapping on Mar 10th. Doctors suspected infection and gave heavy doses of antibiotics since then. Did all sorts of culture tests and bacteria tests which were all reported NEGATIVE – and antibiotics were stopped on late night 21st March. There is still fluid retention seen in body and doctors are unable to figure out the cause. The concerned areas (other than fluid retention) as of today are – Platelets are low, bleeding near mouth/lips and bedsores, Loose motions since a week, Creatinine values fluctuating between 2.3 to 3.5, Less consciousness, Ammonia is high, Albumin in blood is low. Any help, advice, recommendation on what could be the possible causes for fluid retention would be super grateful.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My dad has been hospitalized since 16 Feb 2018 and has been in ICU since Feb 21. The initial complain was blood in ur...
If there is no evidence of LVH in heart than fluid retention can be due to damaged glomerulus in kidney or due to improper circulation or due to iron deficiency and Tips- as of now intravenous fluids should be reduced and to give food and water through Ryles tube and plan for symptomatic treatment and hope for the best
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I am 22 yr. I am going to Urine frequently for ever 90 min in morning and 2 times in night. I am taking 3lts of water daily. I have stopped taking water before going to sleep. But night 2 times and morning 10-15 times. I have no sugar. I am healthy. I feel more Urine to come but it is not that much amount. What should I do to control.in my class it is disturbing to me.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
I am 22 yr. I am going to Urine frequently for ever 90 min in morning and 2 times in night. I am taking 3lts of water...
I don't think you need to take three litres of fluids orally. Even then, please consult a physician or a nephrologist to rule out kidney pathology.
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Pre employment medical test done last week. In urine routine check up. Epithelial cells detected 10-15/hpf. Deposits present, pus cells 10-12/hpf. Are there any chances that I'll be declared unfit on this grounds Cause rest all other reports are normal.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Pre employment medical test done last week.
In urine routine check up. Epithelial cells detected 10-15/hpf. Deposits ...
You may have to do a culture to see if the pus cells indicate infection .If the culture is sterile you have to drink lot of water and do the test again.
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I am 40 years old women. I have no diabetes. I have a problem excess urination (again and again toilet) I have consulted a doctor in my locality and after urine examination report - Microscopic Pus cells - 8-10 /HPF The doctor told me I have an infection in that area. Suggest me what to do to overcome this problem.

DM - Endocrinology, MBBS, MD - Medicine
Endocrinologist, Bangalore
I am 40 years old women. I have no diabetes. I have a problem excess urination (again and again toilet) I have consul...
Thank you for your query. If you have urine infection might b they have suggested tabs pls continue and still your facing same problem you can go for urine culture and sensitivity test and get back to me with this report.
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