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My wifes age is 35 year and she is suffering from urine infection. How she will come out from urine infection.
I have got evidence of 5.2mms calculus at mid pole calyx of left kidney in USG compare to 5mms size in last report 4 months back. It started with 4.5 mm in 9 months back. Is it advisable to tale himalaya cystone to cure my stone problem.
Hi doctor, I was having stomach and pelvic pain along with vaginal discharge. Before 1 month I took scan and kidney stone with 4 mm had been found .i am taking 4 litres of water daily .But after I started taking more I didn't feel stomach and pelvic pain. But before 2 days I started stomach pain, pelvic pain again. Is this the symptom's of stone removal or other issues am having? Pls help me.
My mother has urine problem. She consulted many doctors and had done operation as well but nothing happened. So what should she do now?
My uncle has been diagnosed with CKD with urea 188 and creatinine 7.5. He is on dialysis every alternate day? What should we do? Please help? His body is swollen a lot and he keeps vomiting constantly.
My wife, age is 57, from last six months suffering from urine problem. Urine dropping frequently. I have shown many neurologist and neurologist but problem is not cured totally. Now she is taking: CEFTUM 500, Tropan xl 5 mg, vesigard 7.5, nitrofurantoin 100, depsonil 25. And for sugar: ziten 20, glimpser p2. Urine flow is very less and frequently. Little pain urine passing center. Please suggest.
My age is 22 In recent years I have suffered from kidney stones, hopefully with the help of medicines I got rid of it At the time when I was suffering with that stones I felt so much pain inside my back, lower, abdominal area And also I felt stomach pain sometimes If ill drink some water or food it will calms down It was 3 years ago But from recent days I don't feel any pain regarding kidney stones But I feel pain in the upper stomach Again if I eat food or drink water immediately pain will go off Why it is happening.
I have been fatigue since few months back and I urinate as soon as I consume any liquid. I can't rest well in my sleep too, and I get tired easily when I work unlike in the past where I'm energetic, my mother is a diabetic patient am I also suffering from diabetics?
Urinary incontinence is the term used to describe bladder control problems that affect several people. Many think it only occurs among older, menopausal women but it actually isn't uncommon amid young and active women.
Inability to control the bladder accompanied by pain can be symptomatic of various disorders ranging from a minor infection to cancer. Fortunately, bladder cancer is rare, and bladder pain is usually not serious.
The varied causes of urinary incontinence in women are as follows:
- Urinary tract infection: this is the most common cause of urinary incontinence and it affects women more than men due to anatomical factors. It can also happen at any age.
- Medicinal side effect: the inability to control one's bladder may be a result of the administration of certain medicinal substances such as alpha-blockers, antidepressants, sleeping pills and various narcotics.
- Changes in the reproductive system: pregnancy and fluctuations in hormone levels can cause bladder irritation, which leads to urinary incontinence.
- Impacted stool: when stool gets tightly packed in the lower end of the digestive system and rectum, bladder control is affected. Chronic constipation and constraint strain on the lower intestines leads to the weakening of bladder muscles and hampers the bladder control.
- Surgical side effects: temporary loss of control of the bladder is often a result of prior surgery and radiation therapy in the pelvic region.
- Nerve damage and neurological disorders: strokes and spinal cord injuries have a heavy impact on bladder control and amount to urinary incontinence. Diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis also lead to the same.
- Health complications: disorders such as diabetes and obesity directly affect the bladder and the ability to exercise control over it.
- Disability and impaired mobility: for women who are physically impaired and suffer from problems of arthritis, urinary incontinence is a major problem as they are unable to reach the toilet easily.
- Bladder cancer: even though it is extremely rare, bladder cancer affects a number of women every year and is treated through surgery and chemotherapy. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.