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Dr. Waheed Zaman  - Urologist, Delhi

Dr. Waheed Zaman

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MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & U...

Urologist, Delhi

27 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Waheed Zaman 90% (242 ratings) MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diplo... Urologist, Delhi
27 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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He has over 26 years of experience as a Urologist. He has completed MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Waheed Zaman on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MCh Urology - Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute - 2001
DNB Urology - Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute - 2001
MS-General Surgery - RNT Medical COllege Udaipur - 1994
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MBBS - RNT Medical COllege Udaipur - 1991
Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology - Strasbourg University France - 2011
Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training - Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo New York USA - 2014
Past Experience
Urology & Transplant Fellowship at Institute Of Kidney Disease And Research Centre (IKDRC)
Seni Resident at Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute Of Medical Sciences
Assistant Professor at Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Jolly Grant
Awards and Recognitions
2nd Prize in the CMC Ludhiana Best Poster Award
IX Annual Conference of NZ Chapter of USI Agra
Professional Memberships
Urology Society of India (USI)
American Urology Association (USA)
World Endourology Association (WES)

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I have recently checked my hbac1 blood test and it is 5.7% in 116 - 140 mol/g. I'm suffering from frequent urination. Pls advice.

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
I have recently checked my hbac1 blood test and it is 5.7% in 116 - 140 mol/g.
I'm suffering from frequent urination....
Please control your sugar intake Do regular exercise Check fasting blood sugar, PPBS after 2 hr and HbA1c Consult physician.
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Today in my urine there was some amount of blood found, with burning sensation. Is there any remedy for this problem?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
Today in my urine there was some amount of blood found, with burning sensation. Is there any remedy for this problem?
Get urine routine and urine culture USG KUB + PVR start Tab Ofloxacin 200 mg twice daily after meal for 7 days Consult me on phone for further treatment.
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I am 53 years old & female, Today my urine was mixed with blood and it had burning sensation. So is there any remedy for the infection?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
I am 53 years old & female, Today my urine was mixed with blood and it had burning sensation. So is there any remedy ...
Please get urine routine and urine culture USG KUB + pvr Start Tab Ofloxacin 200 mg twice daily after meal for 5 days Liq Alkasol 2 tsf twice daily with half GLASS of water Consult me.
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Laparoscopic Urological Surgery - Know The Common Types!

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
Laparoscopic Urological Surgery - Know The Common Types!

The advent of Laparoscopy has given a new dimension to surgery. Gone are the days when one had to go through painful surgical procedures with many associated complications. Laparoscopic surgery is minimally invasive involving small incisions. There are negligible complications associated with a quick recovery. In the last few years, there has been a steady rise in people opting for Laparoscopic Urological Surgery. A person may undergo a laparoscopic urological surgery to treat problems of the genitor-urinary tract (which includes the kidneys, ureter, bladder, testes, and penis).

Mentioned below are some of the laparoscopic urological surgeries performed to treat a diseased condition.

  1. Laparoscopic Nephroureterectomy: This surgery is used to treat conditions of renal cancer (Transitional Cell Carcinoma affecting the kidney or the ureter). The surgery involves removal of the ureter (a tubular structure that passes the urine to the bladder from the kidneys). Though considered safe, in some cases, laparoscopic nephroureterectomy may result in blood loss and infection.
  2. Laparoscopic Simple or Radical Nephrectomy: It comes as a blessing for people dealing with different types of kidney problems such as renal cancer, serious injury to the kidney, renal calculus (kidney stones), polycystic kidney disease (the condition is an inherited problem characterized by the formation of cysts within the kidney), symptomatic hydronephrosis and chronic infection. A person may undergo a Laparoscopic Simple Nephrectomy (a laparoscopic surgery which involves removal of one of the kidneys) or a Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy (here, along with the kidney, the surgeon may also remove adjacent lymph nodes and adrenal glands) based on the severity of the kidney problem.
  3. Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty: This surgery is used to treat patients with an obstruction of ureteropelvic junction (UPJ). The ureteropelvic junction is the merger point where the kidney connects to the ureter. UPJ obstruction is often found to be a congenital problem (present from birth). Due to the UPJ obstruction, the urine stored in the kidneys fail to move out of the system. If left untreated, UPJ obstruction can even result in kidney failure. Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty involves clearing the obstruction at the ureteropelvic junction. The surgery, however, comes with certain risk factors. There may be blood loss along with infection at the incision site. In some cases, the surgery may even result in injury to the neighboring organs and tissues (rare).
  4. Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy: In the case of a renal tumor, the diseased part of the kidney is removed by a specialized surgical procedure medically termed as Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy. Here, only the affected area of the kidney is removed sparing the healthy part. Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy is done to prevent further aggravation and kidney failure.
  5. Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy - It is a surgical procedure used in the case of a localized prostate cancer (prostate cancer that has not metastasized beyond the prostate gland). Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy involves removal of the prostate gland along with some neighbouring tissues.

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I am suffering from kidney stone and lot of pain on my right side and sometime my urine is smelling and colour is yellow so please help me.

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
I am suffering from kidney stone and lot of pain on my right side and sometime my urine is smelling and colour is yel...
Drink plenty of water Get urine routine and urine culture USG KUB Consult me on phone with prior appointment for further treatment.
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I am 26 years old and suffering from the frequent urination problem from past 15-20 days. Is anything serious?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
I am 26 years old and suffering from the frequent urination problem from past 15-20 days. Is anything serious?
May be UTI get urine routine and urine culture S CREATININE USG KUB Consult me on phone with prior appointment, you will be alright.
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Renal Transplant - What Should You Know About It?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
Renal Transplant - What Should You Know About It?

The kidneys are primarily responsible for filtering blood and removing waste from the body. They also regulate the fluid and electrolyte balance. If the kidneys stop functioning, a patient may need to undergo dialysis or have a renal transplant. Many patients prefer undergoing a transplant as it offers a better quality of life in the long run.

A kidney transplant can be described as a procedure to replace one’s own kidneys with a donor's kidney. In case of kidney transplant, there are two types of donors. The human body can function with one healthy kidney and hence family members and friends of the patient may choose to donate a kidney. Else, a kidney may be sourced from recently deceased donors who have chosen to donate their organs after death. In both cases, it is important that the donor kidney match the patient’s blood and tissue type.

A renal transplant surgery usually takes about 3 hours. The donor kidney is placed in the abdominal cavity and connected to the patient’s arteries, veins and bladder. Usually, the donor kidney begins functioning immediately. The patient’s own damaged or diseased kidneys may not be removed unless there is a severe infection, cancer or a diagnosis of large polycystic kidneys.

The patient will need to be hospitalized for a few days after the surgery. In some cases, dialysis may be needed if the kidneys are unable to produce urine. In addition diuretics and other medication may be needed to remove excess water and salt from the body. Medication will also be prescribed to suppress the immune system so that the patient’s body does not reject the donor kidney. These medications typically need to be taken for the rest of the patient’s life.

A renal transplant is considered a relatively safe procedure. Less than 20 out of 100 people reject a donor kidney. However, there are a few other risks involved. These include:
• Bleeding
• Severe infection
• Failure of the donor kidney
• Reaction to anesthesia
• Increased risk of infections due to suppressed immune system

Kidney transplant is not advised for people suffering from diseases such as cancer or any significant lung or heart disease. If the patient is suffering from an infection, he or she may be advised to wait until the infection subsides before undergoing a renal transplant. A renal transplant may seem to be an expensive procedure but in the long run, this can work out to be more budget friendly than dialysis. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I was diagnosed with 4 mm kidney stone back in may. What to do? Is it still in my kidney? How to pass it?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
I was diagnosed with 4 mm kidney stone back in may. What to do? Is it still in my kidney? How to pass it?
Drink plenty of water Increase citrus intake take one coconut water daily 80 to 90 % chance of spontaneous passage of stone.
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In case of kidney stone. Can we take brinjal, cauliflower and cabbage. Please send detail regarding diet in case of kidney stone with above answer.

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
In case of kidney stone. Can we take brinjal, cauliflower and cabbage. Please send detail regarding diet in case of k...
Please take these vegetables in reduce frquency Drink 3 to 4 litres of water / 24 hrs one lemon a day.
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Male Infertility - How It Can Be Managed?

MCh Urology, DNB Urology, MS-General Surgery, MBBS, Diploma In Laproscopy & Urology, Basic & Advance Robotic Urology Training
Urologist, Delhi
Male Infertility - How It Can Be Managed?

Male infertility is when the male is not able to get a fertile female pregnant. Though not openly admitted, it is an extremely common condition. For a man, it is highly hurting to the ego when it is identified. Given the discrete nature of the topic, it is difficult both for a man to admit that he could possibly be the reason the couple is not able to conceive. If that happens, the next challenge is to get them to undergo treatment.
With times, things are changing and more men are open to getting tested. The changed lifestyles are also contributing to male infertility, and the incidence has risen by a couple of percentages.

Causes: Male infertility is caused by a variety of issues leading to poor sperm quality and/or quantity, ranging from:

  1. Sperm production, which can be reduced in numbers.
  2. The quality of the sperm could be poor, with reduced mobility being extremely common. When this happens, they are not able to travel up the uterus and penetrate the egg.
  3. Erectile dysfunction, where the erection is too soft or short for penetration into the female
  4. Premature ejaculation, where the sperms are released very soon before they can enter the female.
  5. In addition, lifestyle causes are another major cause of male infertility. These include smoking, increased stress levels, alcohol abuse, lack of exercise, poor dietary habits, and increased junk food.

Management: Male infertility is not as easily accepted as female fertility, though it is the cause for the couple’s inability to conceive in about 50% of the cases.
Once identified and accepted, treating male infertility is quite easy compared to female infertility. In order of progression, the treatment modes are listed below.

Counseling: In most cases, a sexual counseling session with the couple can help iron out performance anxiety and help build trust and frankness in the relationship. In many couples, this helps in overcoming the problem. Given the discrete nature of the topic, it takes time for a couple to get to know each other. There is also the male performance anxiety which can lead to poor performance. All this needs some time and some external help, which can improve the sexual compatibility and overall relationship.

Hormonal therapy: This is another simple and effective way to manage male infertility. Topical or systemic androgens can help in treating male infertility.

Surgery: In worse cases, where there are blocked sperm tubes, surgery may be required to unblock them.

In vitro fertilization: In couples whom none of the above work, IVF could be used to help in conception.

Male infertility needs to be accepted and then it becomes easier to treat.

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

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