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Treatment of Blood in Urine
Treatment of Kidney Disease
Treatment of Frequent Urination Problems
Kidney Dialysis Treatment
Treatment of Fluid Retention
Kidney Stones Treatment
Treatment of Kidney Failure
Treatment of Kidney Diseases
Treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome
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Treatment of Nephropathy
Treatment of Nephrolithiasis
Treatment of Nephronophthisis
Treatment of Bartter Syndrome
Treatment of Renal Agenesis
Treatment of Alport Syndrome
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I am 39years old male. Having kidney stone problem regularly. What's the best remedy to not have kidney stone.
Hi, I get burning sensation while urinating. When I pulled the foreskin back, I see 2-3 blisters in yellow colour. Any idea about this and whom do I consult?
Dear sir/ madam. I have a stones in my kidneys. In both two sides multiple stones. The stones size Right kidney :- N.S ,Multiple 3-4 mm calculi + small calculi 1-2 mm. Left kidney :- N.S single 4-5 mm calculi. I have trek ment. In last 4 months. Not remove stones. I have pain in Right side. .please tel me sir which type medicines use to solved my problem.
Having hypertension, diabetes mallitus, hypothyroidism, liver infection, evry week on dialysis tell the treatment to cure it.
I have problem of per eject it taken only few seconds and also not getting full Ericsson. Am not able to get in to sex with my wife as it embarrassing to me. Also from few months my urine quantity got reduced. please let me know what's the solution to it.
Information given above is of my baby girl of two months. She is not doing motion everyday since from 15 days and from 3 days onwards she is doing urination only 3 to 4 times daily. Is tat normal in this summer? Are there any solutions for tat?
I am 31year male. I have urinal problem. I can not bear urine for more than one minute. I think it is oab.
I'm struggling quite a lot with my anxiety and low mood. When I get this bad all I can do is obsess over the amount I am eating, constantly thinking about everything I've eaten that day and how much fatter I am going to get. I am 13 stone, and this is definitely overweight. I want to eat all the time,
My age is 24 yr. Is any possibility to be a kidney disease if yes den before damage of kidney what is its symptoms?
I have diabetes from past 18 years and also have kidney problem Now suffering from diabetic neuropathy leg selling is not getting reduce I consulted doctor and took medicine but its not getting reduce how can I get rid of it.
I'm 25 year old female. My periods are very regular but this month I have missed my periods. I have done pregnancy test which is negative. I had urine test as well as blood test both are negative. Also consulted doctor but no results yet. Please guide me.
As the name suggests, congenital nephrotic syndrome affects the kidneys of newborn babies. Though congenital means the disease must be present from birth, babies who develop nephrotic syndrome in the first three months are also said to suffer from this condition. This is a rare genetic disorder that is passed down from parents to their children. Boys are at a higher risk of suffering from this disorder than girls. The congenital nephrotic syndrome causes the kidneys to leak large amounts of protein into the baby’s urine. This can lead to swelling of the body tissues and a weakened immune system.
Some of the common symptoms of this disease include
- Low birth weight
- Lack of appetite
- Swelling of the body
- Foamy or frothy urine
- Lowered urine production
Pregnant women are usually screened for this condition before the baby is born. The doctor will be looking for a placenta that is larger than normal in an ultrasound and high levels of alpha fetoprotein in amniotic fluid samples. If found; the doctor might ask for a genetic test to confirm the diagnosis.
Once the baby is born, he or she will show signs of fluid retention as the body begins to swell. Other signs your doctor will look out for are high blood pressure, signs of malnutrition and abnormal sounds from the heart and lungs. A urine analysis will also show high levels of protein in the urine though the overall protein levels in the body may be low. The doctor may also ask for a kidney biopsy in some cases to confirm the diagnosis.
Aggressive forms of treatment in the early stages of this disease can help control it. This may include antibiotics, blood pressure medication, ACE inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers to reduce protein leakage and diuretics to manage excess fluid build-up. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may also help reduce the amount of protein leaking into the urine. In addition, the doctor may advise you to limit fluid the baby’s fluid intake to control the swelling. As a last resort, the kidneys may need to be removed to prevent protein loss. This will be followed by dialysis or a kidney transplant.
If left unchecked, this disorder can lead to a number of complications including acute kidney failure, blood clots, infections and diseases related to malnutrition. It can also lead to the death of a baby in the first year of catching the infection or before his or her fifth birthday.