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Dr. K Pandu Ranga Rao

Urologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. K Pandu Ranga Rao is a popular Urologist in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. He is currently associated with Goodwill Hospital - Kidney And Surgical Centre in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. K Pandu Ranga Rao on Lybrate.com.

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My creatinine level shows 1 mg. Is it risky? I often facing pain in my abdomen while urinating.

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist,
My creatinine level shows 1 mg. Is it risky? I often facing pain in my abdomen while urinating.
It points towards urine infection. Probably cystitis. You need certain investigations and course of regimen of antibiotics. Drink plenty of fluids especially cranberry juice.
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My uric acid is bit high at 8 level in the reports. Does it has any connection to acidic urine? I feel burning on my penis after ejaculation. Dr. gave me urikind km. Please suggest some thing to cure acidic sperm & urine and also the uric acid.

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
My uric acid is bit high at 8 level in the reports. Does it has any connection to acidic urine? I feel burning on my ...
Homeopathic remedies for high uric acid provide an excellent cure. Treatment of elevated uric acid levels with homeopathic remedies not only lowers the levels but also treats body’s defective tendency to hold  excess of uric acid. Homeopathic remedies also treat the body’s metabolic process which handles purines (kind of protein which ends up as uric acid after the body processes it. These are the top homeopathic medicines for elevated uric acid levels that I have found to be very effective colchi, ledum, guaicum, benzoic acid, lithium etc Tips for increased uric acid levels and gout Watch your weight. Try to lose weight slowly. Eat fresh fruit, vegetables, whole wheat products and some pulses (high in purine) every day. Enjoy low-fat milk and dairy products daily. Keep an eye on the purine content of food. Avoid offal, shellfish and crustaceans and tinned fish such as sardines in oil. Eat no more than 100g of meat, sausages, fish and poultry a day. Drink alcohol only occasionally, as it affects the elimination of uric acid. Eat low-fat food. The consumption of high-fat foods encourages weight gain. Drink at least two litres of low-calorie fluids a day. Recommended fluids are water, tea and fruit juice. .consult me by clicking on consult option for homoepathic treatment without side effects.
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Jab main toilet ko zaata hu tab muze bahut der ke baad toilet aati hai. Yah 2-4 saal se ho raha hai. Paani bhi bahut pita hu aisa lyu hota hai ye pata nahi Plzz rply.

M.D. (Ayurveda )
Ayurveda, Patiala
Jab main toilet ko zaata hu tab muze bahut der ke baad toilet aati hai.
Yah 2-4 saal se ho raha hai.
Paani bhi bahut ...
Kindly take bhruhatyadi kshayam, 3 tsf in half a glass of warm water, before meals, twice a day. Take chandraprabha vati, 2 tabs with chandanasva, 3 tsf in half a glass of warm water, after meals, twice a day. Avoid spicy food, maah daal, fried food, curd, in your diet. Get an ultrasound scan done to rule out any obstruction and to decide about further medication. Do not carry the urge to urinate or defecate in the future. Continue the regime for 1 month. Stay in touch. Good luck.
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Tips For Kidney Health

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Tips For Kidney Health

7 secrets to kidney health

You can do a number of things to keep your kidneys functioning properly and keep them as healthy as possible at every stage of life.

1. Hydrate, but don’t overdo it. 

“contrary to popular belief, no studies have proven over-hydration as an effective practice in enhancing kidney function,” so, while it’s always a good idea to drink enough water, drinking more than the typical four to six glasses a day probably won’t help your kidneys do their job any better.

2eat healthy foods.

 Your kidneys can tolerate a wide range of dietary habits, but most kidney problems arise out of other medical conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes. Because of this, he suggests you follow healthy, moderate eating habits to control weight and blood pressure. 

Preventing diabetes and high blood pressure will help keep kidneys in good condition.

3. Exercise regularly. 

If you’re healthy, getting your exercise is a good idea because, like healthy eating habits, regular physical activity can stave off weight gain and high blood pressure. But do be mindful of how much exercise you do, especially if you’re not conditioned.“overexerting yourself when you’re not fit and healthy can put a strain on your kidneys, especially if you exercise so much that you cause excessive breakdown of muscle tissue.

4. Use caution with supplements and herbal remedies.

 Excessive amounts of certain vitamin supplements and some herbal extracts may be harmful to your kidneys. Talk to your doctor about any vitamins and herbs you plan to take.

5. Quit smoking

Smoking can damage blood vessels, which decreases the flow of blood in the kidneys. When the kidneys don’t have adequate blood flow, they can’t function at optimal levels. Smoking also increases the risk of high blood pressure as well as the risk of kidney cancer.

6. Don’t overdo it when taking over-the-counter medications. 

“common non-prescription pills like ibuprofen and naproxen (nsaid’s) can cause kidney damage if taken too regularly over a prolonged period,” if you have healthy kidneys and use these medicines for occasional pain, they probably don’t pose a risk. That if you take them for chronic pain or arthritis, you should talk to your doctor about monitoring your kidney function or finding alternative ways to control your pain.

7. If you’re at risk, get regular kidney function screening. “if you have either diabetes or high blood pressure, your physician should screen for kidney dysfunction as part of routine care for those conditions.

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Finding blood in your urine can be very frightening and must be investigated by a doctor, but it's not usually a sign of anything life-threatening?

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Finding blood in your urine can be very frightening and must be investigated by a doctor, but it's not usually a sign...
Blood in urine could be due to trauma, urinary infection or urinary tract stones. Get ur urine routine done. Drink plenty of liquids. Consult with details
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I have 1.5 mg/dl creatinine. I have seen my physician and he told me to drink 3 ltrs of water and check the reading after 1 week along with ultrasound of abdomen, calcium - phosphorus ratio, urine routine. My hbl1c is 6.5. Had 10.5 in 2001 and in control. 9 months back went up to 7.8.Any suggestions about what to do about creatinine levels? Physician suggested that we will change the drug which is 250 mg in the morning and night of metformin after the results of creatinine readings after 1 week if it is still elevated.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I have 1.5 mg/dl creatinine. I have seen my physician and he told me to drink 3 ltrs of water and check the reading a...
A) Drink Herbal/green tea (2 glass daily), drink 6-8 glasses of water (not excess), b) Restrict salt intake, Reduce protein intake like meat/fish/chicken/egg, diary product (cheese/milk/yogurt/butter), white bread, white flour, sweet/tea/coffee/ beer/wine. C) Avoid strenuous physical activity/Exercise (Go for light exercise like Yoga, Walking instead of strenuous exercise like running/playing basket ball/foot ball), d) sleep well (7-8) hours daily e) Avoid nephro toxic drugs like Ibuprufen/Ace inhibitor, cyclosporine, f) Control Diabetes/Hypertension, g) Do thyroid function test to rule out hypothyroidism, h) Avoid potassium containing food like orange, banana, potato, brocoli, spinach, bean, peas dry fruits. I) Take low potassium containing fruits like apple, blue berry, corn, cucumber, J) Avoid excess salt/salty food, excess protein like Red meat/ Diary product. K) Avoid phosphorous rich food like cheese/fish/pumpkin/soybeans. L) Take cabbage, cauli flower, carrot cucumber, omega 3 rich food, raw onion, garlic, turnip, raddish, m) Consult physician for medicine if the creatine level is still high…
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How I understand that my anal fissure is totally cured? If it is cured by the homeopathy medicine it 100% recover from the fissure in how many days.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
hi u will have to take diet properly and also drink fulids plenty regularly dont worry if u will take care of ur self with fruits and green vegatables u will never hv anal fissure
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Diet For Kidney Stone Patient

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Diet For Kidney Stone Patient

Based on the type of kidney stone you had, you may be able to prevent kidney stones by making changes in how much sodium, animal protein, calcium, or oxalate is in the food you eat.

You may need to change what you eat and drink for these types of kidney stones:

  1. Calcium oxalate stones
  2. Calcium phosphate stones
  3. Uric acid stones
  4. Cystine stones

1. Calcium oxalate stones:

If you’ve had calcium oxalate stones, you may want to avoid these foods to help reduce the amount of oxalate in your urine:

  • Nuts and nut products
  • Peanuts—which are legumes, not nuts, and are high in oxalate
  • Rhubarb
  • Spinach
  • Wheat bran

#reduce sodium

Your chance of developing kidney stones increases when you eat more sodium. Sodium is a part of salt. Sodium is in many canned, packaged, and fast foods. It is also in many condiments, seasonings, and meats.

#limit animal protein

Eating animal protein may increase your chances of developing kidney stones.

  • Limit eating animal protein, including
  • Beef, chicken, and pork, especially organ meats
  • Eggs
  • Fish and shellfish
  • Milk, cheese, and other dairy products

Although you may need to limit how much animal protein you eat each day, you still need to make sure you get enough protein. Consider replacing some of the meat and animal protein you would typically eat with beans, dried peas, and lentils, which are plant-based foods that are high in protein and low in oxalate.

Get enough calcium from foods

Even though calcium sounds like it would be the cause of calcium stones, it’s not. In the right amounts, calcium can block other substances in the digestive tract that may cause stones. It may be best to get calcium from low-oxalate, plant-based foods such as calcium-fortified juices, cereals, breads, some kinds of vegetables, and some types of beans. 

2. Calcium phosphate stones:

Reduce sodium: Your chance of developing kidney stones increases when you eat more sodium. Sodium is a part of salt. Sodium is in many canned, packaged, and fast foods. It is also in many condiments, seasonings, and meats.

Limit animal protein: Eating animal protein may increase your chances of developing kidney stones.

Limit eating animal protein, including Beef, chicken, and pork, especially organ meats eggs fish and shellfish milk, cheese, and other dairy products. Although you may need to limit how much animal protein you have each day, you still need to make sure you get enough protein.

Consider replacing some of the meat and animal protein you would typically eat with some of these plant-based foods that are high in protein:
1. Legumes such as beans, dried peas, lentils, and peanuts
2. Soy foods, such as soy milk, soy nut butter, and tofu
3. Nuts and nut products, such as 4. Almonds and almond butter, cashews and cashew butter, walnuts, and 5. Pistachios
6. Sunflower seeds

Get enough calcium from foods

Even though calcium sounds like it would be the cause of calcium stones, it’s not. In the right amounts, calcium can block other substances in the digestive tract that may lead to stones. Talk with a health care professional about how much calcium you should eat to help prevent getting more calcium phosphate stones and to support strong bones. It may be best to get calcium from plant-based foods such as calcium-fortified juices, cereals, breads, some kinds of vegetables, and some types of beans. Ask a dietitian or other health care professional which foods are the best sources of calcium for you.

3. Uric acid stones:

Limit animal protein
Eating animal protein may increase your chances of developing kidney stones.

A health care professional may tell you to limit eating animal protein, including
Beef, chicken, and pork, especially organ meats eggs fish and shellfish milk, cheese, and other dairy products
Although you may need to limit how much animal protein you have each day, you still need to make sure you get enough protein. 

Consider replacing some of the meat and animal protein you would typically eat with some of these plant-based foods that are high in protein:

Legumes such as beans, dried peas, lentils, and peanuts
Soy foods, such as soy milk, soy nut butter, and tofu
Nuts and nut products, such as almonds and almond butter, cashews and cashew butter, walnuts, and pistachios
Sunflower seeds

Talk with a health care professional about how much total protein you should eat and how much should come from animal or plant-based foods.

Losing weight if you are overweight is especially important for people who have had uric acid stones.

4. Cystine stones:

Drinking enough liquid, mainly water, is the most important lifestyle change you can make to prevent cystine stones. Talk with a health care professional about how much liquid you should drink.

Tips to reduce your sodium intake: Adults should aim to consume less than 2, 300 mg a day. 3 one teaspoon of table salt has 2, 325 milligrams (mg) of sodium. If you have had calcium oxalate or calcium phosphate stones, you should follow this guideline, even if you take medicine to prevent kidney stones.

Here are some tips to help you reduce your sodium intake:

Check the percent daily value (%dv) for sodium on the nutrition facts label found on many foods. Low in sodium is 5% or less, and high in sodium is 20% or more.

  • Image of a nutrition label
  • Consider writing down how much sodium you consume each day.
  • When eating out, ask about the sodium content in the food.
  • Cook from scratch. Avoid processed and fast foods, canned soups.

Look for foods labeled: sodium free, salt free, very low sodium, low sodium, reduced or less sodium, light in sodium, no salt added, unsalted, and lightly salted.

  • Check labels for ingredients and hidden sodium, such as sodium bicarbonate, the chemical name for baking soda
  • Baking powder, which contains sodium bicarbonate and other chemicals
  • Disodium phosphate
  • Monosodium glutamate, or msg
  • Sodium alginate
  • Sodium nitrate or nitrite.
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In ultrasound two cyst in right kidney were found and feeling pain on right side, Advice.

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
In ultrasound two cyst in right kidney were found and feeling pain on right side, Advice.
Dear user you need a continued and proper medication few fluctuations will always come up till the cysts do not resolve. For now you can use Apis mell 30 once daily for 5 days and consult back.
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Urinary Tract Infection - Causes And Symptoms!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M. Ch. (Urology), DNB (General Surgery), MBA
Urologist, Noida
Urinary Tract Infection - Causes And Symptoms!

Infection caused in the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra or prostate gland is known as urinary tract infection(UTI). According to doctors, sexually active women are generally more at risk of suffering from this condition. Females other than sexually active age group and men are otherwise immune for urinary tract infections. If they got UTI, they should be thoroughly investigated for its cause by a urologist. 

Some of the causes which contribute to the development of this infection are: 

  1. Females have short urethra: Due to the short length of the urethra, a lot of bacteria got entry into the urinary bladder from the vagina, during sexual intercourse. Therefore, it is wise for females to urinate after intercourse so that bacteria flush out in urine. If not, these bacteria will lead to UTI. 
  2. Prostatitis is very common in young males: Infection of the prostate gland is very common in young males. Semen is naturally produced. If a young male does not ejaculate regularly, this stocked up semen leads to prostatitis. That’s why regular ejaculation is very important for males. Therefore, Masturbation is healthy, not harmful. 
  3. Urination after ejaculation in males is harmful: If male urinates immediately after ejaculation, then some urine refluxes into the open mouth of prostate glands. Urinary chemicals cause prostatitis. Therefore, males should not void immediately after ejaculation. 
  4. Phimosis: In male children, if prepuce does not open properly, it may cause infection. 
  5. Unprotected sexual intercourse: Unprotected intercourse may transmit infections to the other partner if one partner has got the infection.

Other common reasons 

  1. Uncontrolled diabetes 
  2. Kidney, ureteric and bladder stones 
  3. Prostate Enlargements 
  4. Urethral stricture 
  5. Congenital disorders in children 

Some of the symptoms of urinary tract infection are: 

  1. A nagging urge to urinate: One of the most predominant symptoms of urinary tract infection is a persistent, nagging urge to urinate.
  2. There is a burning sensation when you urinate: If you feel a burning sensation while urinating, chances are extremely high that you are suffering from urinary tract infection. 
  3. Red colored urine: Sometimes your urine may contain a perceptible amount of blood in them. 
  4. Foul smelled urine: An internal infection in the urinary tract manifests itself in different ways. One of the chief symptoms of this infection is discharging foul smelling urine. 
  5. Pain in the pelvic area: Women who suffer from urinary tract infection experience excruciating pain near the pelvic area, sometimes extending to the pubic bone. 
  6. Fever with chills: Severe infection may lead to fever with chills and rigors. 
  7. Frequent urge for urination: Frequent urination may be a sign of infection.

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

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My father 75 yrs old diagnosed prostate enlargement now he is using urine bag. Scan report shows grade III, PSA value 85. After 3 weeks medication antibiotic PSA value 75. Any possibility without surgery to recover. Any other medication can cure?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MRCS (Edinburgh), Fellowship In Breast Surgery, Fellowship In Onco-plastic Breast Surgery
Oncologist, Gurgaon
My father 75 yrs old diagnosed prostate enlargement now he is using urine bag. Scan report shows grade III, PSA value...
sorry to hear about your dad's problem. Psa of 75 is extremely high and it warrants further tests to rule out cancer. Normal range of psa is between 0-5 and in infections & bph, it can reach uptil 11. He should undergo a trans rectal ultrasound (trus) along with a biopsy.
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In morning I used to go to toilet, 3 to 4 times then also I didn't get any satisfaction.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
In morning I used to go to toilet, 3 to 4 times then also I didn't get any satisfaction.
One supplement name Nutrilite fibre can be start after personal consultation, this has shown wonderful result in constipation Consult Physician/me for further Management
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Sir, My Father Aged about 76 years having Creatine level 4.7 today. His Urine Pass is quite normal. Please suggest us Diet that reduces Creatine Levels Please Regards, JRK Prasad.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Sir, My Father Aged about 76 years having Creatine level 4.7 today.
His Urine Pass is quite normal.
Please suggest us...
Few tips on diet for kidney disease - have a low protein diet (decrease in milk and its products and also decrease in the intake of pulses and nuts etc) - can use corn oil, sunflower oil, olive oil for cooking -decrease the intake of butter, ghee, cream, coconut etc - avoid farsan food items - whole grain cereals are best for carbohydrate intake - get your blood checked for electrolyte levels regularly and adjust salt in diet as per the report values.
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My mother is 52 years age and she has polycystic kidney disease (pkd) is there a 100% cure treatment for this and is her body supports for kidney plantation?

M B B S, M. D (Internal Medicine)
General Physician, Nellore
It is a genetic disease. No medicines. Only transplant. Need for transplantation and fitness for transplantation should be assessed by nephrologist only. Is she in failure?
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In February 2016 I started having a bladder infection. Frequent urge to go but very little concentrated urine coming out. There was NO bleeding or pain of any kind. I consumed ayurvedic cystitis syrup and the problem got resolved. The same situation repeated itself in March. I drank syrup and it got cured. But for some few months since May-June now I find my bladder is behaving very strange. It acts perfectly normal during the daytime. I urinate not more than 7-8 times a day. The urine is clear and healthy looking - not concentrated at all. When I am upright (walking/standing/sitting) my urination is not noticeably frequent. But ANYTIME I lie down I feel bladder pressure and an increasing urge to void. The urge to void is frequent. And the urine is actually quite dilute. Even when I drink VERY little water during the day, at night the urine is surprisingly light and dilute. And also it is rather frequent. The trend is very different compared to my cystitis. When I had infection I had to urinate ALL the time, whether sitting down or lying down. Those days very little VERY small amount of urine used to come out. I had to strain to pass urine. Nowadays I am normal when I stand up or walk but when not active and especially lying down I feel the bladder fullness. I urinate a relatively dilute solution without much straining. Some background information: I am an 18 year old girl. I have been physical lethargic and inactive and tired for since around mid-2015 because of a gradual depression. I also suffer from a very mild case of piles since December 2015. It comes on and off - sometimes it's not even recognisable. I did a urine test in June which showed rather normal results. There were no pus cells at all. Absolutely NO foreign bodies or organisms of any kind. The epithelial cell count was 2-4 hpf and the pH was 5. Other than the above mentioned issues I function healthily. Don't have any previously diagnosed condition or abnormality. These health problems of mine have started quite recently - within the past ONE year. Please let me know what are the possible conditions I may be suffering from based on my bladder habits. Thank you.

BHMS, PGDM (Emergency Medical services)
Homeopath, Pune
In February 2016 I started having a bladder infection. Frequent urge to go but very little concentrated urine coming ...
Hello Lybrate lybrate-user. Though your urine report is normal ,u might have different dignosis like cystitis, Stress,may be bladder calculi-Stone. U can take Homeopathic medicines for all your complaints like depression, urinary complaints, piles etc after detail case history for complete recovery. Good Day.
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I am 77 years old and my serum creatinine tests shows 0. 90 what does that mean ?

FIMSA, MD-Nephrology, DM - Nephrology, Critical Care Medicine, MBBS
Nephrologist, Delhi
Your reports suggest that you are at moderate risk for developing further kidney damage. Take due precautions like no tobacco, alcohol, painkillers, antibiotics. Maintain salt restricted diet, present body weight.
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My brother having kidney stone problem. The size is around 7.5 mm which is right upper kidney. Please suggest if any procedure need to apply. Also any alternate medication like homeopathy or Ayurveda can cure such kind of stone size.

MD-Ayurveda, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
My brother having kidney stone problem. The size is around 7.5 mm which is right upper kidney. Please suggest if any ...
Yes by herbal medicine stone can b dissolved permnently. Eat tablet gokshuradee guggul twice daily after food for 45 days. Liquid varunadee kwatha 20 ml daily once after food for 45 days.
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My urine is yellow since 5 days. What are the possible reasons for this. Is anything serious?

General Physician, Hyderabad
My urine is yellow since 5 days. What are the possible reasons for this. Is anything serious?
Hello sir pls drink plenty of water Sir. If you are experiencing stomach pain fever or burning sensation in urine then get urine test done. Else please drink atleast 2 Lts water per day take care.
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Hi doctor, I am 25 years old, when I go to restroom urine is not coming out from that quickly, it takes 10 to 15 seconds time, while urinating no pain is there and normal color, could you please tell me the reason,

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Ayurveda, Kanpur
Hi doctor, I am 25 years old, when I go to restroom urine is not coming out from that quickly, it takes 10 to 15 seco...
it may be bladder or prostate problem. basant kusumakar ras 125 mg twice a day gokshuradi awleh 5 gm twice a day relief in 3-4 days and for complete cure take it for 40 days
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