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Artemis Hospitals

Andrologist, Urological Surgeon, Urologist
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Sector 51,
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122001
Details for Dr. Shalabh Agrawal
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
Army Hospital Research and referral, Delhi cantt
DNB (Urology)
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Urological Society of India
  • MBBS, MS, DNB (Urology)
    Urological Surgeon, Urologist, Andrologist
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  • DNB (Urology), MS, MBBS
    Bladder cancer can be caused by a variety of factors, which include genetic factors, inheritance, drugs, chemicals, environment related factors and smoking. In fact, smoking tobacco is one of the major causes of bladder cancer around the world. The chemicals present in tobacco can irritate the bladder lining which ultimately leads to bladder cancer. Besides smoking other important environmental factors might be chemotherapy, exposure to chemicals from newspaper, dye, leather, paints industries.

    Symptoms of bladder cancer are as follows:

    Most often it occurs in people more than 50 years of age. It can present in different ways, but common symptoms being :

    Painless hematuria - reddish or brownish colored urine with or without clots Increased frequency of urination Pain while passing urine .
    Difficulty in passing urine


    The diagnosis requires a proper imaging workup including ultrasound, CT scan and urine examinations. Following the initial imaging, a biopsy is required to confirm the diagnosis and stage the disease. This is done by cystoscopy under anesthesia.

    Treatment Options:

    Treatments for bladder cancer depend on the stage of cancer. Broadly bladder cancers can be categorised into Non-invasive and Invasive cancers.

    For non-invasive cancers: It requires recurrent cystoscopic surveillance and resection. For those with high risk of tumor recurrence or progression, intravesical chemotherapy or immunotherapy might be required.
    For invasive cancers the various treatment choices are:
    Surgery: For localised tumor which are amenable to resection perhaps surgery is the best possible treatment. This is a major undertaking where in whole of bladder along with accessory organs is removed. The surgeon may offer choices for reconstruction between neobladder (refashioning bladder with patient's gut) or ileal conduit (fashioning a stoma over which bag can be worn to collect urine). Following surgery a regular follow up is required and the prognosis is good.
    Chemotherapy: This modality is reserved for patient's where surgery is not possible or they have metastatic disease (disease spread to other body parts).In this method, medications are used to target and destroy cancer cells.
    Radiation Therapy: This might be and option for patient's that are not suitable for surgery. Radiation therapy uses gamma rays to destroy cancer cells in the body The key to good prognosis in bladder cancers is early detection timely intervention and good follow up.
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  • DNB (Urology), MS, MBBS
    Prostatitis is a very common infection of the prostate. However, it is worth to note that prostatitis can also be an inflammation of the prostate without infection. Only 5 to 10 percent of prostatitis is caused by bacterial infection. Prostate cancer does not normally have its chances increased by prostatitis. There are several forms of prostatitis, including acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic nonbacterial prostatitis (which is also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome).

    The exact cause for prostatitis is not known, but here are some factors which increase its risk, particularly acute bacterial prostatitis.

    Possible causes:
    1. Medical instrumentation: putting an instrument like a urinary catheter may well cause prostatitis.
    2. Rectal intercourse: this is basically another name for anal sex.
    3. Abnormal urinary tract: the urinary tract comprises of the bladders, kidneys, ureters and urethra. If any one of these organs gets infected, then prostatitis is much more likely.
    4. Bladder infection: a bladder infection may well spread to the prostate.

    Prostatitis has a variety of symptoms. Here are the most common symptoms of prostatitis.
    1. Constant need of urination: this is one of the most common symptoms of prostatitis.
    2. Difficulty when urinating: just like the constant need of urination, difficulty urinating is also a sign that you may have prostatitis.
    3. Pain while urinating: this is because the prostate gland is a part of your urinary tract and if it does not work properly, there will be pain.
    4. Chills and fever: this is a rarer symptom, but may indicate prostatitis if it is coupled with the other symptoms.
    5. Pain in perineal area and genital organs: if you are experiencing pain in genital organs, than it may indicate prostatitis.
    6. Painful ejaculations or relief of perineal pain after ejaculations: if you are having painful ejaculation or the pain arises after ejaculation, then it may be due to prostatitis.
    7. Hematospermia: pinkish or brownish semen.

    If these symptoms are persistent or bothersome, then a proper consultation is required. Evaluation includes physical examination along with few simple tests. This can be followed by proper treatment for cure or relief of symptoms.
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  • DNB (Urology), MS, MBBS
    5 Things that Keep Your Prostate Healthy

    The prostate gland, an essential part of the male reproductive system grows throughout your life. As you grow older, it becomes imperative to keep this organ healthy.

    Here's what you can do to maintain a healthy prostate:

    1. Workout to stay fit - Exercising regularly and maintaining an optimum weight can help to keep your prostate gland at an optimal health. Several types of research have revealed the beneficial aspects of exercising. It's said that physically active men are less likely to suffer from enlarged prostate if they performed a physical activity of low to moderate intensity. Likewise, physically active men who ran for 90 to 108 minutes are 20% less likely to develop erectile dysfunction.

    2. Eat fruits and vegetables - Including fruits and vegetables in your diet can help to maintain a healthy prostate. Guava, papaya, tomato and watermelon are some of the options that spell good for your prostate. Vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts should also be included to boost the health of the gland. Ideally, you should have about 5 servings of fruits and vegetables daily.

    3. Have more soy products - Eating more soy products like tofu, soy flour, soy nuts can help to keep cancer of the prostate at bay. A study published in the British Journal of Urology International revealed that men who had soy products saw a 40% decrease in their risk of developing an enlarged prostate.

    4. Have selenium-rich foods - Having foods rich in selenium (a powerful trace mineral) like tuna, eggs, cashews, onions, garlic, etc can reduce your risk of developing prostate cancer.

    5. Say yes to healthy fats and no to trans and saturated fats - Choosing healthy fats like avocados, nuts, and olive oil can aid in boosting prostate health. At the same time, limiting saturated fats and trans fat intake are vital for keeping the prostate gland healthy.

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