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Dr. Anil Agarwal  - Urologist, Delhi

Dr. Anil Agarwal

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MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB

Urologist, Delhi

22 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Anil Agarwal 91% (159 ratings) MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB Urologist, Delhi
22 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Anil Agarwal is a popular Urologist in Rohini, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 22 years of experience as a Urologist. He is a MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB . He is currently practising at The Stone Clinic in Rohini, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Anil Agarwal on Lybrate.com.

Lybrate.com has a number of highly qualified Urologists in India. You will find Urologists with more than 41 years of experience on Lybrate.com. You can find Urologists online in Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.

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Education
MBBS - Assam Medial College, Dibrugarh - 1996
MS - Urology - Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi - 2004
DNB - Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi - 2008
Past Experience
Doctor at Saroj Hospital Rohini
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Urological Society of India (USI)
Urological Society of India (USI)
Indian American Urological Association

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Know More About Kidney Stones

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
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Urinary Problems

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia - Tips That Can Help You Prevent It!

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia - Tips That Can Help You Prevent It!

The prostate, a small walnut-shaped gland located under the bladder. Its main function is to add fluid to the semen produced by the reproductive system. It does not cause any problems in men till later in life when it begins to grow. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH can affect some men, but you can reduce your risk of this condition.

Risk factors for BPH
Knowing and understanding factors that cause BPH will help you avoid or reduce your risk of this condition. In addition to age the other risk factors of BPH are:

  1. Family history: If a close family member such as father or brother has had BPH you are more likely to have this condition
  2. Ethnic background: According to a study published in the Journal of Urology, Black and Hispanic men are at a high risk of being affected by BPH than white men.
  3. Diabetes: A study published in the journal Differentiation has suggested that diabetes can cause the prostate growth.
  4. Obesity: Men who are overweight or have a high amount of body fat could also have high levels of the female hormone estrogen which causes the prostate to grow
  5. Inactivity: Inactive men or those that do little or no exercise are at a higher risk of BPH. Exercising will help you keep blood pressure and cholesterol levels in check and keep your heart healthy which reduces the risk of BPH. Heart disease which can be caused due to inactivity or obesity is known to cause BPH

Preventing BPH
Although certain risk factors such as family history, age and ethnic background, are beyond your control, you can control a few others.

  1. Exercising such as swimming, cycling and walking for just half an hour can help lower your risk of BPH. Diet too plays an important role in keeping your weight in check and preventing conditions such as diabetes which can cause BPH.
  2. Certain foods too are said to slow the rate of prostate growth. A diet low in sugar and saturated fats but rich in healthy fats such as that found in nuts and oily fish is usually recommended.
  3. Supplements can also help. If you feel you are not getting all the nutrition you require from your diet it might be advisable to take supplements. There are many different types of natural supplements available. Ensure that you discuss this with your doctor before starting on a daily supplement.
  4. Limiting or reducing your intake of caffeine can be beneficial for not only the prostate but also the bladder. Drink plenty of water instead.
  5. Stress can trigger and worsen symptoms of BPH such as the frequency to urinate and pain
  6. Discussing the risk factors of BPH with your doctor and working with them to set up diet or meal plans will help you reduce your risk of this condition.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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What is Urinary Incontinence & How Do I Prevent It?

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
What is Urinary Incontinence & How Do I Prevent It?

Urinary incontinence is a problem that can affect anyone. Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control or the ability of a person to control his/her urine output. It is an embarrassing problem as the urgeto urinate and lack of bladder control can occur even when you are in the middle of something important. This condition is classified by its severity and ranges from the occasional urine leakage to the discharge of urine so suddenly that the person will not be able to make it to the toilet in time.

Symptoms and types:
The symptoms of urinary incontinence are to do with urine output, and can be categorized by minor leaks of urine to moderate amounts. In some cases, the urine discharge can be sudden. This condition is more common among the elderly.

Types of urinary incontinence:

  1. Stress incontinence: The leakage occurs when you are exerting pressure on your bladder, and can include instances of coughing, sneezing, exercising or even lifting something heavy.
  2. Urge incontinence: There is an intense urge to urinate followed by an involuntary loss of urine. The sensation or urge to urinate will be often. This can occur throughout the night too and can cause discomfort both physically and mentally.
  3. Overflow incontinence: This is experienced when your bladder does not empty completely. As a result, you would be experiencing constant dribbling of urine. No matter how many times you go to the toilet, the dribbling will continue.
  4. Functional incontinence: This type of incontinence is caused by an impairment, disorder or condition that prevents you from making it to the toilet in time. For example, if you are elderly or if you have severe arthritis, you may not be able to reach the bathroom in time.
  5. Mixed incontinence: This happens when you experience more than one or two types of the above mentioned urinary incontinence.

Urinary incontinence is not a disease, but could be a symptom of an underlying condition. Do consult with your physician if you notice these symptoms and get treated for it. A simple urinalysis will help to determine and diagnose infections and other disorders causing this condition.

Prevention:
There are many factors that can put you at risk. Most involve everyday habits and the food that we eat. There are certain drinks such as alcohol, caffeine, aerated drinks, and chocolate drinks that can also stimulate your bladder and can increase the output of urine temporarily. Reducing your intake of these beverages particularly at night and limiting your intake of spicy foods could help you deal with this condition.

Making a few healthy lifestyle changes such as maintaining a healthy weight and regular exercises to strengthen the pelvic region can help to prevent conditions such as urinary incontinence. Watch what you eat and curb your intake of acidic and spicy foods. Also, limit or reduce your consumption of foods high in preservatives. Quit smoking and reducing the intake of alcohol will also be beneficial.

Coping with urinary incontinence can be embarrassing. Hence talk to your doctor about it and get medical attention immediately. Using adult diapers could help reduce the stress and embarrassment involved with this condition.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I have single kidney from birth I have right kidney with right renal calculus 3.2 mm upper pole. What can I do?

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
I have single kidney from birth I have right kidney with right renal calculus 3.2 mm upper pole. What can I do?
Single kidney with stone is to be taken seriously. At present things look okay as it is a non-obstructing calculus. You should meet a urologist who can guide you.
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I have a umbilical hernia and also 5-6 stones in my kidney which is not going by drinking water. Both are harmless till now but like your suggestion which has to be removed first.

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
Both umbilical hernia and stones have potential complications, like a hernia becoming obstructed. Regarding stones it requires further evaluation by IVP or CT scan.
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I Got diagnosed after NCCT KUB Screening 1. Approx 9.3x13.5 mm (1400HU) calculus in left ureter. There is proximal hydroureteronephrosis. One approx 2.5 mm calculus in left interpolar calyx 2. Right renal cyst approx 3 1x2. 5 mm Could you suggest the next steps.

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
I Got diagnosed after NCCT KUB Screening 1. Approx 9.3x13.5 mm (1400HU) calculus in left ureter. There is proximal hy...
Endoscopic Surgery in the form of URS, RIRS or PCNL would be the best option for your problem. Depends on the location of stone whether in upper or lower ureter.
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Instead of taking ceftum500 I have the symptoms of uti. .what to do. .i am 2 months pregnant.

MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB
Urologist, Delhi
Instead of taking ceftum500 I have the symptoms of uti. .what to do. .i am 2 months pregnant.
Please get a urine analysis and culture done and take a urologist opinion. Uti during pregnancy is very common and has to be dealt with a lot of care so that there is no harm to the foetus.
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