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Dr. Rohtas Kr. Sharma

Urologist, Delhi

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Dr. Rohtas Kr. Sharma is a renowned Urologist in Gujranwala Town, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Rohtas Kr. Sharma personally at Vinayak Hospital- Derawal in Gujranwala Town, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Rohtas Kr. Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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Hi, From few days I am facing urinal problem. Frequently urinal is making me sick. How to get rid of this?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Hi, From few days I am facing urinal problem. Frequently urinal is making me sick. How to get rid of this?
This could be a Urinary Tract Infection. Please do a 'Urine- Routine and Microscopy' test. If that shows any sign of infection, your complaints will resolve with a course of antibiotics. In the meanwhile, take Syrup Cital 2tbsp with glass of water twice a day.
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Doctor I am fèeling swear pain in the tip of urine point. For the last 5 year same problem come again and again after 2-3 month. Kidney stone also give many time problem. Some doctor say its urinary tract infection. Some doctor give me pyridium-200. Pain killer Drotin Ds. voveran 100. Superspas not give me relief. Homeopathy med. Also taken .but not permanent solution. Suggest me what to do. I.m.not sugar patient. Arbitel 20. For bp taken for 2 year.

MCh - Urology, Visiting Fellow Andrology and Men's Health, Visiting Physician Urology and Andrology, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Master of Surgery, MBBS, EUREP USI Fellowship
Urologist, Gurgaon
Doctor I am fèeling swear pain in the tip of urine point. For the last 5 year same problem come again and again after...
Dear Mr. lybrate-user, the symptoms may reflect, UTI or Bladder Outlet Obstruction. I would strongly recommend alpha blockers to see the effect. A personal visit for examination is also required. Prostate enlargement can cause recurrent infections and this kind of pain.
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Sir I am 50 years old woman. I am suffering with recurrent urinary tract infected for the past one year. Subsides after taking antibiotics and returns after a few days your valuable advice please.

M.D. (Ayurveda )
Ayurveda, Patiala
Sir I am 50 years old woman. I am suffering with recurrent urinary tract infected for the past one year. Subsides aft...
Kindly take avipattikar churna powder, 1/2 tsf in half a glass of warm water, before meals, twice a day. Take chandrakala rasa, 2 tabs with chandanasva, 3 tsf in half a glass of warm water, after meals, twice a day. Take bruhatyadi kshayam, 3 tsf in half a glass of warm water, empty stomach. Take dry coriander seeds, 1 tsf daily, twice a day, with a glass of warm water (grind coriander powder). Avoid spicy food, fast food, curd, cold water in your diet. Continue the regime for 4 weeks. Cut down suagr and salt in your diet. Good luck
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Yesterday I had taken heavy meal in chicken. But today there is a burning sensation during urine pass. Why is it so? What would be the possible reason? What would be it's simple remedy?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Yesterday I had taken heavy meal in chicken. But today there is a burning sensation during urine pass. Why is it so? ...
Hi, burning in urination indicates either dehydrated body or urine infection! so keep yourself well hydrated, drink 10-12 glasses of water in a day. ********in case no relief in burning get urine tested (r & m)*************
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I had BMG urethroplasty a year ago now I have diagnosed with UTI second time in a month. I have been told that becoz of this surgery and bladder diverticulum which I had after surgery. UI will get UTI Frequently. Is it true. How to get away from uti.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
I had BMG urethroplasty a year ago now I have diagnosed with UTI second time in a month. I have been told that becoz ...
Please consult a homeopathic doctor for this. Your condition requires a proper consultation. It will take time but you will definitely get results. You can either find a local doctor or you can consult me online.
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Nefroti syndrome ie leakage of albumin protein in urine, my 8 years old grand son is suffering from this type of health problem, guide me how to handle him.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS, FISPN & FISPN - Pediatric Nephrology
Pediatrician, Delhi
Nephrotic syndrome is a common problem which has a relapsing and remitting course. First I would like to ask a few questions before jumping on to conclusions. At what age this problem started? what are the medications is he on? is he ever gone into remission? I would advise you to maintain a nephrotic diary which records daily urinary protein and medications so that I get a fair idea what`s going on.
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I am 59 years old I am having creatinine level less more than 4.0 now what should I do.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
I am 59 years old I am having creatinine level less more than 4.0
now what should I do.
You have to see if there are any effects on you. Creatinine level alone is not the factor to decide on treatment the normal range of creatinine in a healthy adult male is 0.6 to 1.2 mg/dl. Creatinine levels higher than 10.0 indicate very severe kidney disease. A measurement above 8.0 will prompt your healthcare provider to run additional tests.
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Dr. I feel tense while I mingle with new people and frequently feel like urine but if I go only small amount of urine I go. please help me sir.

Ex Sen.V.Surgeon/Research Scientist, M.D.(Alternative Medicine/tibetan/chinese/acupuncture), Vaida/ Unani, Homeopath
Unani Specialist, Moga
Dr. I feel tense while I mingle with new people and frequently feel like urine but if I go only small amount of urine...
hi dear - it is bcz of hormonal disturbances/ imbalance -for this u can do yoga - also learn social atticates from elders/ seniors - take plenty of fruits/ juices/ water -u can consult me for yoga learning privately
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My father is 68 he is having kidney problems his creatinine is 8 can you please tell me any thing that can reduce this problem.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
My father is 68 he is having kidney problems his creatinine is 8 can you please tell me any thing that can reduce thi...
We need to know, whether he is anorexic,swelling in the body,nausea,low urine output etc. If the patientis stable with none of the symptoms above,then conservative treatment with medicines and diet is possible. Low protein,salt ,potassium and fliud restricted diet is suggested. For this you need to consult a Dietician
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What are the do's and don't's for a female patient of 47 years who had stone in Urinary bladder but had successfully operation but for future prevention of recurrence of Stone in Urinary or Uterious.

MBBS
General Physician, Ahmedabad
What are the do's and don't's for a female patient of 47 years  who had stone in Urinary bladder but had successfully...
Have you got stone chemical analysis done? than accordingly suggestion b given. In general you need to drink 3 to 4 litres of water daily to prevent stone formation. Get immidiate treatment of any infection.
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Can we ask the doctor to give Augmentin instead of Etrapenem for urinary tract infection.

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Ertapenem is a very strong broad spectrum antibiotic vs augmentin. Ertapenem is used for resistant uti and augmentin cant replace it
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I have weak rectum due to this I can not sit. Even on laying the intestine is strained. doctors advised first to pelvic exercises. I am doing exercise from last two months but there is no improvement. I want to know if the operation of rectum is successful or I should exercise for few more months. please give me advice.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Hyderabad
I have weak rectum due to this I can not sit. Even on laying the intestine is strained. doctors advised first to pelv...
Im unable to understand you symptoms clearly, however I assume that there is a prolapse of rectum from your anal canal, as self diagnosis is dangerous my advise is to see a colorectal surgeon for opinion. You may require surgery to hold back the prolapsing segment of the descending colon.
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I am 20 year old male I have having problem of constipation For that I have to go to the washroom 3or 4 times.

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
I am 20 year old male
I have having problem of constipation For that I have to go to the washroom 3or 4 times.
This can be a habit also try to spend a little more time once you go in the morning and try not to go again and restrain yourself.
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Formation of Stones in our Body.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D in Ayurveda, Ph.D
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
Formation of Stones in our Body.
There is no chances of formation of stones any where in the body (kidney, urinary bladder, gall bladder, pancreas) provided that if you drink more and more water frequently.
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Dr. my have phosphates positive in urine test and before urine test if she eat she always vomit and nort feel hungry after we go. Hospital they told us phosphates positive Dr. this is any dangerous or it normal and she pregnant 2 and half month.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Dr. my have phosphates positive in urine test and before urine test if she eat she always vomit and nort feel hungry ...
High urine phosphate levels may be caused by kidney diseases, an over-active parathyroid gland (hyperparathyroidism) and too much vitamin d in the body. During early pregnancy such report is possible even when there is no abnormality. As she is vomiting a lot, you should get urine ketone done which will help her. Also you can repeat the test for phosphate from anothe lab once vomiting subsides.
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What are the basic hints or start of kidney problems in diabetic patients & what precautions, tests are required. Pls elaborate with maximum guidance. Thanks Regards.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Urology, DNB Genitourinary surgery
Urologist, Pune
What are the basic hints or start of kidney problems in diabetic patients & what precautions, tests are required.
Pls...
Pain, decrease in urine output, passing micro albumin protien in urine, infection, might point towards start of kidney problem in diabetics. Also rise in serum creatine levels may point that.
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Kidney Health - 6 Tips to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy!

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Nephrology
Nephrologist, Bangalore
Kidney Health - 6 Tips to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy!

Kidney is a crucial detoxifying organ that performs a lot of functions including, absorption of minerals, filtration of blood and production of hormones and urine. It also helps your body to maintain a healthy PH level. Since kidney failure can prove to be fatal, it is essential to keep it healthy, to ensure smooth function of your system.

The following are the tips to ensure the health of your kidneys:

  1. Adequate intake of water: It is advised to drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water daily, to help your kidneys function properly.  Adequate intake of water ensures that your body is able to flush out the harmful toxins at regular intervals.  However, in case if you are already suffering from kidney disease, this point is not applicable.
  2. Control your blood pressure and blood sugar level: Diabetes is one of the major causes of kidney failure. It is recommended to control your blood sugar level on a regular basis to ensure healthy functioning of your kidney. People who have high level of blood sugar and blood pressure are more susceptible to suffer from kidney disorders.
  3. Quit tobacco: Accumulations of toxins in your body tend to have a harmful impact on not only your kidneys but also on your overall health. It is strictly recommended to quit smoking and using other forms of tobacco to protect your kidneys from damage. 
  4. Reduce weight: Obesity and the problem of excessive body fat are harmful for your body in more than ways than one. Being overweight makes you more susceptible to develop kidney cancer. Therefore, it is advisable to lose a few kilos to ensure the proper functioning of your kidneys.
  5. Avoid intake of analgesics without prescription: Most analgesics have the tendency to be harsh on your kidneys.  Ingestion of analgesics increases your risk of developing kidney cancer. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, and acetaminophen are some of the analgesics, which are known to affect your kidneys in the long term. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid taking them without consulting a doctor.
  6. Include healthy food in your diet: If you increase the intake of green vegetables in your diet, it will help your body to accelerate the process of detoxification.  Fruits and vegetables including watermelon, cranberries, blueberries, strawberries, apples, cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, garlic and onions provide considerable aid in removing the toxins out of your system. However, in case if you are already suffering from kidney disease, this point is not applicable.

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

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Hello doctor! My friend is experiencing an acute pain inside his anus opening. He is unable to even sit properly and it is very difficult to pass motions. There seem to be some boil inside the opening which is causing this. In fact it is little swollen also if you probe inside. From the outside nothing is visible. A few days back also he had experienced the same thing but that was only for a day or two. However then the boil was relatively outside and was reddish. He had applied betnovate c cream then and it was fine. But this does not seem to be working this time and he is in a very bad condition. It is paining a lot. Request your help.

F.I.A.G.E.S , MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , DNB (General Surgery), MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Hello lybrate-user. It seems that your friend is developing a perianal abscess some times its keep on appearing if there is internal opening in the anorectum. Sometimes it leads to fistula in ano. You need to take antibiotics and painkillers along with laxatives. Consult a surgeon who will after confirming the diagnosis, drain the pus and advise you accordingly.
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I am 38 years old male person and have a 18 mm ston in my left kidney. It is not pain regular. But cool (winter) days it' s painfull. So suggest me what should I do

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Valsad
Take. (1). Sy. Cystone. 10 m. L. 3 times a day. (2). Tab. Pashanbhed ghanvati. 2. Tabs. 2 times a day. (3). Varunadi quath. 20. M. L. 2 times a day.
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When Should You Start Having Colonoscopies?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery , DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy), Fellow HPB Surgery & Liver Transplant (Singapore) , FICS - RPSLH - RPSLH
Gastroenterologist, Hyderabad
When Should You Start Having Colonoscopies?

Screening for cancer of the colon or large intestine and rectum is a proven way of saving a person from the impact of colorectal diseases. This is partly because colon cancer is something that can be prevented if detected at an early stage and the polyps which may advance to cancer are removed properly. Thus if you are turning 50 soon, be prepared to present yourself for a screening colonoscopy that will help you ensure good health and well-being. It may sound uncanny, but do you know that 50,000 people across the world die from colorectal cancer every year, and it is ranked second in terms of cancer-centric deaths.

Understanding the importance of having colonoscopy: You may wonder how a painful, invasive, embarrassing, uncomfortable and time consuming a health test may be today. A screening colonoscopy is able to expose a cancerous tumour that's presently under way and cast light on chances and risk factors that may precede it. When you choose to intervene early, you have the power to nip those risks at their budding stage, much before those malicious cells become malignant.

Spreading of the colorectal cancer: Your large intestine is really a big and last organ of the gastrointestinal system where the small intestine discontinues. Its primary function is to remove the water out of the leftover solids of digestion and get rid of them in the form of stool. Cancer may start to develop anywhere within the tube that expands 5 feet long and squares the vacant area of the abdomen. The large intestine expands up towards the right side, i.e. the ascending colon and then turns left through the liver, i.e., the transverse colon cancer, bending down right at the spleen on its left, i.e. descending colon and loops to the middle, i.e., the sigmoid colon before it runs across the rectum and ends at the anus.

People who need a colonoscopy: To simplify matters, it can be said that all adults are at a potential risk of the colorectal cancer, including those people who lead a healthy life. But some people are at a higher risk. Those individuals have a specific gene mutation that predisposes them to develop into numerous polyps. The risk is also high with people who are first-degree relatives of a person diagnosed with cancer before the age of 50. People with Ulcerative colitis, various types of inflammatory bowel diseases and Crohn's disease are also at a higher risk.

Colorectal cancer is a serious ailment and screening colonoscopy is a feasible means of detecting any polyps that may be cancerous in the future. Speak with a reputed gastroenterologist today to stay ahead of the disease.

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