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Dr. Manish Jain  - Nephrologist, Gurgaon

Dr. Manish Jain

D.M. (Nephrology), Fellowship (Nephrology), M.B.B.S, M.D. (General Medicine)

Nephrologist, Gurgaon

20 Years Experience  ·  900 at clinic
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Dr. Manish Jain D.M. (Nephrology), Fellowship (Nephrology), M.B.B.S, M.D.... Nephrologist, Gurgaon
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Dr. Manish Jain is one of the eminent Nephrologists in Sector-38, Gurgaon. He has been practicing a Nephrologist for 20 years. He has done his study in D.M. (Nephrology) from Sri Ramacha......more
Dr. Manish Jain is one of the eminent Nephrologists in Sector-38, Gurgaon. He has been practicing a Nephrologist for 20 years. He has done his study in D.M. (Nephrology) from Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Chennai in 2008, Fellowship (Nephrology) from University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada in 2010, M.B.B.S from Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak in 1998, M.D. (General Medicine) from Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga in 2002. The Doctor has hold his professional membership in Association of Physicians of India (API),Indian Society of Nephrology (ISN), Peritoneal Dialysis Society of India (PDSI) and International Society of Nephrology (ISN) He provides his services like: Kidney Dialysis Treatment, Kidney Stones Treatment, Kidney Transplant Treatment and Lithotripsy Procedure He is currently associated with Medanta-The Medicity in Sector-38, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Manish Jain on Lybrate.com or you can meet him personally at Medanta-The Medicity in Sector-38, Gurgaon Lybrate.com has top trusted Nephrologists from across India. You will find Nephrologists with more than 33 years of experience on Lybrate.com. You can find Nephrologists online in Gurgaon 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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Dr. Manish Jain is one of the best Nephrologists in Sector-38, Gurgaon. He has been a practicing Nephrologist for 20 years. He has done D.M. (Nephrology), Fellowship (Nephrology), M.B.B.S, M.D. (General Medicine) . He is currently associated with Medanta-The Medicity in Sector-38, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Manish Jain on Lybrate.com.

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D.M. (Nephrology) - Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Chennai - 2008
Fellowship (Nephrology) - University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada - 2010
M.B.B.S - Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak - 1998
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M.D. (General Medicine) - Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga - 2002
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English
Hindi
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Association of Physicians of India (API)
Indian Society of Nephrology (ISN)
Peritoneal Dialysis Society of India (PDSI)
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International Society of Nephrology (ISN)

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My father's chief complaints an history are ckd4, cad dcmp, dm type 2. Creatinine is 5.4 urea 130. Gone through colondoscopy recently after being discharged from icu. Please advice something for chronic constipation. He's on lot of nedicines like aplazar, cudo forte, minipress, amlopress, flavodon, prolomet, lasix &lazon.

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My father's chief complaints an history are ckd4, cad dcmp, dm type 2. Creatinine is 5.4 urea 130. Gone through colon...
He cannot take many medicines and many home remedies because of the number of conditions he is suffering from Try eating apple, papaya and guava daily He must go for a walk
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Homeopathic Treatment For Urinary Incontinence

BHMS
Sexologist, Lucknow
Homeopathic Treatment For Urinary Incontinence

We all have been in situations like sitting in a meeting for quite a long time, travelling to a remote area in a bus, last moment exam pressure and stress – one thing which is common in all the situations is that you want to hit “pause” to pee while being busy in specific tasks.

Whatever the reason, we’ve all held it in. But how long is too long, are there any health risks? yes! holding urine for long in bladder is giving direct invitation to disorder called as “urinary incontinence”.

What is urinary incontinence?

During the day, most people need to urinate about every three to four hours. Just how long you can comfortably hold your pee differs for everyone. If you aren’t staying hydrated, or if you’re losing fluids through perspiration, you may be able to hold in your urine for quite some time.

At night, most people under age 50 are able to hold urine for about eight hours. As you get older, though, you may find yourself getting up to make two to four bathroom trips. But, sometimes, your bladder may start overreacting, despite of your young age and gender, and you may urge to pee often. Sometimes, waiting to go is unavoidable and that’s okay. But, if you’re feeling pain or discomfort, you get an overwhelming urge to cross your legs to keep from peeing, or feel intense pain in the lower back or abdomen – there is something serious; which is called as urinary incontinence.

High incidences are seen in women as compared to males. There are different types of incontinence like stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overflow incontinence, functional incontinence and mixed incontinence.

Types of urinary incontinence

  • Stress incontinence is when urine leaks because of sudden pressure on your lower stomach muscles, such as when you cough, sneeze, laugh, rise from a chair, lift something, or exercise. Stress incontinence usually occurs when the pelvic muscles are weakened, sometimes by childbirth, or by prostate or other pelvic surgery. Stress incontinence is common in women.
  • Urge incontinence is when the need to urinate comes on too fast - before you can get to a toilet. Your body may only give you a warning of a few seconds or minutes before you urinate. Urge incontinence is most common in the elderly and may be a sign of an infection in the kidneys or bladder.
  • Overflow incontinence is when you have a constant dribbling of urine. It’s caused by an overfilled bladder. You may feel like you can’t empty your bladder all the way and you may strain when urinating. This often occurs in men and can be caused by something blocking the urinary flow, such as an enlarged prostate gland or tumour. Diabetes or certain medicines may also cause the problem.
  • Functional incontinence occurs when you have normal urine control but have trouble getting to the bathroom in time because of arthritis or other diseases that make it hard to move around.
  • Mixed incontinence occurs when you have more than one of the above types of incontinence.

Causes of urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence can be caused by different medical conditions including weak pelvic muscles, urinary tract infections (uti), diabetes and constipation. Some other common causes of urinary incontinence include the following:

  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Decaffeinated tea and coffee
  • Carbonated drinks
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Corn syrup
  • Foods that are high in spice, sugar or acid, especially citrus fruits
  • Heart and blood pressure medications, sedatives, and muscle relaxants
  • Large doses of vitamins b or c

If not treated, urinary incontinence can lead to recurrent urinary tract infection. It can also hamper the patient psychologically. It can affect the personal as well as professional life of an individual.

Homeopathy treatment for urinary incontinence

There are several treatments available for urinary incontinence. Bladder training is the main line of treatment in alternative medicine. It consists of training the bladder to hold the urine at least 10 min after the urge. In cases which do not respond well to behavioral training and exercises, medications and surgical procedures are prescribed in such cases.

Unlike conventional treatment, homeopathic treatment for urinary incontinence is known to treat the root cause of the disease without any side-effects. Homeopathy also takes care of the psychological damages caused by this condition.

Self-help

  • To avoid embarrassing urinary incontinence problem, answer nature's call. You can delay on occasion, but it should not be your norm otherwise it can have some significant side effects later on down the road.
  • There are certain precautions which you can keep in mind to stay away from ui:
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Practice pelvic floor exercises, especially during pregnancy
  • Avoid bladder irritants, such as caffeine and acidic foods
  • Eat more fiber, which can prevent constipation, a cause of urinary incontinence.

Every time when I try to poop urine comes out first then the bowel comes out but some times I feel like pooping but only urine comes out and it creates a sharp pain at the end of urination. She I try to push the bowel out automatically urine comes out Please suggest me something for that.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Every time when I try to poop urine comes out first then the bowel comes out but some times I feel like pooping but o...
Avoid spicy food items and not to eat junk food and we also need to avoid peanuts and potatoes in our daily diet and Medicine needs to be given after clinical examination
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Hi doctor, I have been detected with high creatinine in my kidney last week, doctors suggest to do biopsy. I was suffering from fits 3 years back. Does kidney biopsy anyways trigger fits again?

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Depends on the cause of fits. If it's epilepsy then any stress, mental or physical can induce it. But if it was for some other reason like ncc and you got the proper treatment then it's unlikely to come back.
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I am having urine infection since marriage of three months. Does it effect In conceiving a child as I didn't conciev since three months of unprotected intercourse.

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Urine infection may affect conception if vaginal pH is altered by the infection. So first get urine complete and culture sensitivity test done. you can use vaginal wash to avoid infection and maintain hygiene, drink lots of water.
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My stone in right kidney is 4.1 mm and in ureter it is 5.5 mm. I am suffering from migraine also. Please guide some dietary plan. As 4 year ago I have positive thyroid by only small amount but I gained a lot of weight. Whole day I used to have small meals but doesn't lose much weight. I am getting more fatty day by day and getting tensed due to these diseases.

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My stone in right kidney is 4.1 mm and in ureter it is 5.5 mm. I am suffering from migraine also. Please guide some d...
Drink more water, high-carbohydrate foods such as potatoes, rice, pasta and bread. You can take Nutrient-rich foods that improve your health may also benefit your thyroid gland, antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables more plenty of water: Blueberries, tomatoes, bell peppers, and other foods rich in antioxidants can improve overall health and benefit the thyroid gland. Eating foods high in B vitamins, like whole grains, may also help. Selenium: Tiny amounts of selenium are needed for enzymes that make thyroid hormones to work properly. Eating selenium-rich foods, such as sunflower seeds or Brazil nuts, can be beneficial. Tyrosine: This amino acid is used by the thyroid gland to produce T3 and T4. Taking a supplement may help, you have stone in your ureter is 5.5 it may be out it by diuretic medicines . cure infection in kidney. continue your medicines for thyroid, migraine, go for walk.
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Am having urine infection frequently evn though am not using public toilets, this infection reduce whn I use tab thn again ill get infctn, n am getting spots on my legs because of infection, my leg swells too much n fvr also, n those marks by spots will not leave easily, no dermatologist gave me a better medicine, how to get rid of dat spots n marks.

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I read your problem. In this case you have to take plenty of water. And avoid spicy food. And in the white spot without image I can't give proper diagnosis and treatment to you. But there is a best treatment in homoeopathic so don't worry.
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Hi Sir, What are helpful in improving conditions s of PKD and polycystic liver disease?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Currently no specific diet has been proven to make your polycystic kidneys better or keep them from getting worse. It is, however, ideal to eat a balanced and healthy diet to maintain optimal body conditions. A healthy body is able to fight infection better, and bounce back faster. Accumulation of waste products filtered by your kidneys will build up in your blood as kidney function declines. At the more advanced stages of kidney failure (i.e. GFR <30-40 percent), significant accumulation of these waste products in your blood can cause symptoms of kidney failure. Tips for a healthy diet: High fiber: fresh vegetables and nuts Carbohydrates: minimize intake of bread and pasta Protein: moderation of red meats Fat: moderate intake may actually decrease hunger drive (Olive oil in salad dressing to increase fat intake) Avoid: processed food and sugary drinks with fructose syrup Decrease food portion size if you are overweight If you have moderate to advanced kidney failure, further modification of the above will be required and consultation with your doctor and a dietitian experienced with kidney disease is recommended.
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Actually I have a stone in my kidney yesterday I got report from ultrasound. So to get rid of it and what precaution should I take.

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Avoid calcium rich diets like milk, curd etc. And vegetables like spinach, arbi, band gobhi, tomato etc. Also take plenty of water.
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Diabetes - Can It Affect Your Kidneys?

MBBS, CCEBDM
Diabetologist, Bangalore
Diabetes - Can It Affect Your Kidneys?

Each tiny action we commit involves the risk of a condition, disease or disorder. For instance, sneezing a bit too hard can rupture an eye vessel, or having your face right up against the wind in a moving bus can expose you to germs. Diabetes is as prevalent as common cold in every household and there is no end to the list of causes that can make you suffer from it. While regular check-ups, medications, insulin shots can help you cope, there are certain measures that if followed, can enable you to avoid the risk of secondary yet fatal diseases. Diabetic nephropathy is one such condition.

When Kidney is affected to the extent that it cannot perform its functions(like excretion of wastes in urine, filtering blood from waste, maintaining electrolyte balance,etc.) properly, it is called as Nephropathy. The reason behind kidney damage could be many, but if diabetes is the prime cause, it is known as diabetic nephropathy in medical terms.

A few features of this disorder are as follows:

  1. The kidneys comprise of several small blood vessels, which perform the function of sifting waste from your blood. Diabetes at an advanced stage can impede smooth functioning of these vessels. As a result, the kidneys malfunction or a person faces kidney failure.
  2. Nephropathy brings along some other health issues as well. A person's blood pressure may increase as a result, thus making him or her prone to heart attacks and strokes. Sharp rise in cholesterol and triglyceride levels has also been noticed.
  3. A doctor will check for the presence of a protein called albumin in the patient's urine to know if you suffer from nephropathy or not. Other tests to determine the functioning of kidneys are - S.Creatinine, eGFR, Albumin/Creatinine Ratio (ACR), 24 Hour Urine Protein, Renal Function Tests, etc. A diabetic person should therefore go in for yearly tests.

In a given situation such as this, dialysis or kidney transplant comes to your aid. Both are done when kidney functions are irreversibly damaged. Dialysis can be of two kinds; Hemodialysis or Peritoneal dialysis. Dialysis (also called as Renal Replacement Therapy) remedies kidney damage and kidney failure by using a machine to extract salts, wastes and other fluids in excess from the blood to let your blood have a healthy composition. Dialysis should only be done under the supervision of an experienced nephrologist for best results. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.

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