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My dad aged 58 years recently got his abdominal ultrasound done. Everything is normal except for prostate which is weighing 36 grams. No other issues seen. Please advise if this requires further check-up/testing/medical opinion? Thanks.
I am 32 years old male suffering frequent urination and urgency in urine problem. Did all test like urine culture, sonography, xray, so finally one doctor ask about ciscoscopy and I did it. After doing this he said urine capacity is very less storage. How can be this happens. I mean to say how its possible. F.
Color of my stool is not normal since last month. It is sometimes little black with bad smell. Sometimes mucus also. Burning sensation in stomach and anus. I eat only homemade food only and no spicy. After defecation stomach feels like totally empty and bloated. Stool is semi solid.
Hi I am 28 years old a mother of two, and I had hysterectomy on jan 19 2015, and till today after 3 months I still have pain in my lower abdomen and it hurts a lot while urinating, I have consulted a lot of doctors , had lots of medicines but no signs of improvement. I hope that you will bring solution to m problem.
My mother is 62 Yrs Old and a COPD, CKD and Cardiac Patient with DM II and HTN. She is Not on Dialysis suffering from Cold since last 3-4 days. Kindly suggest suitable medication or safe antibiotics.
I got irritation around my urinal parts for a week I applied itch guard regularly but no benefit yet. Please suggest me proper cure.
Gastric press my urine bladder and release urine then gastric release. So I can't hold My urine pressure.
I am 24 years old. I have 5 mm of stone in left kidney. My serum creatine is 1.51 mg/dl, serum uric acid is 5.7 mg/dl and seen few motile bacteria. And also I have testis pain. Please suggest me how to survive this problem. I am suffering from these problem last two years.
Due to frequent urination I feel irritated and I lost desire for sex or girls, it is temporary or permanent because I am in tension due to this, please suggest me.
I got married in may this year but last week after having sex with my husband, then after two days I frequently went to urination but to my surprise I eventually found that there was some blood along with urine and whenever I think that urine is over I got up but then again I felt like I have to use the toilet again. Can you please help me in this matter.
I have stone in both kidney . Please tell me if operation for this. Dr. will operation both kidney at one time or they will gap in after one kidney operation.
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Eating 28 grams of walnuts everyday may change gut bacteria in a way that suppresses colon cancer a new research has found by university of Connecticut Health centre in United States
Walnuts has the most poly unsaturated fatty acids of all the commonly eaten tree nuts as well as the highest ratio of Omega - 3 to Omega - 6 fatty acids and high levels of a form of Vitamin E with anti cancer properties
They found that walnut consumption tended to push the gut microbiome toward an ecology that was potentially protective against Cancer.
Many kidney stone formers, especially women with kidney stones, question whether to stop or reduce their calcium intake.
Despite the fact that calcium is a major component of 75% of stones, excessive calcium intake is very rarely the cause of stone formation.
In fact, several studies have shown that restricting calcium intake in most stone formers actually increases the number of stones they develop.
This appears to happen because when less calcium is ingested, it becomes easier for oxalate (which normally binds with calcium in the gut) to be absorbed. Higher levels of oxalate in the urine then lead to an increase in stone risk.