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Dr. Kavra Homeo Clinic

Nephrologist Clinic

Chappati Gali, Nathuram, Near Pawan Sweets & Restaurant, Mats Computers Academy Road Khagaria
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It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you ......more
It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.
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Dr. Kavra Homeo Clinic is known for housing experienced Nephrologists. Dr. Nitin Chand Kavra, a well-reputed Nephrologist, practices in Khagaria. Visit this medical health centre for Nephrologists recommended by 67 patients.

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Chappati Gali, Nathuram, Near Pawan Sweets & Restaurant, Mats Computers Academy Road
Khagaria, Uttar Pradesh - 207123
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I am 35 years man, for past two days when I pass urine I can see blood clots are mixed in the urine and the urine color is red at the end of urinating I can see little amount of blood leaking. I feel pain and burning sensation only while urinating. After passing urine for few minutes I feel pain on my belly button.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - MEdicine, DNB- Nephrology
Nephrologist, Gurgaon
I am 35 years man, for past two days when I pass urine I can see blood clots are mixed in the urine and the urine col...
This may be due to urine infection or stone in lower passage get USG abdomen and urine test and consultation.
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Nutrition After Kidney Transplant!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Urology, Fellowship, Faculty (Assistant Professor)
Urologist, Mohali
Nutrition After Kidney Transplant!

A kidney transplantation is a surgical procedure where a diseased kidney is replaced with a healthy one.

Once the surgery is over and you are recuperating, it is very important that you make certain alterations to your diet to facilitate faster recovery. You need to maintain your weight and exercise on a regular basis.

What Does a Balanced Diet Include?

After the surgery, eat meals or food items that are low in sodium. A properly balanced diet should include ample amounts of fresh fruits, lean meats, fresh vegetables, dairy products that are low in fat. Drink sufficient amount of water (2-3 litres) to keep yourself hydrated.

Why Do You Need to Supervise Your Diet?

Post a kidney transplantation surgery the patient will need to take anti-rejection drugs which are also known as immunosuppressive drugs. These medications lower the risk of the new kidney being rejected by the body. On the flip side, these drugs suppress the immune system making you vulnerable to infections. A healthy diet will ensure that you don’t fall ill.

What Food Items Should You Avoid?

• Consuming undercooked or raw meat, poultry and seafood such as squid, crabs or prawns.
• Consuming dairy products that have been made from unpasteurized milk such as yoghurt and cheese.
• Undercooked or uncooked eggs or any food items that might contain such eggs
• Fruits such as pomegranates or grapefruits
• Unwashed salads, sprouts and vegetables.

Restrain Caution when Consuming Carbohydrates:

When you are taking drugs, it is difficult for the body to utilize all the extra carbohydrates that you consume. This can lead to high blood sugar levels. Carbohydrate-laden food items come from starches and sugars and provide fuel for the body.

In short right after a kidney transplantation surgery, you need to make sure that you are following a diet that is high in proteins but low in sugar. In order to avoid developing diabetes or any associated disease during this phase consult with your healthcare provider and chalk out a proper dietary plan.

I had ncpl last month and other kidney has 4small stones 4,5,6,8 mm should I again go for ncpl.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MS - General Surgery, Genito Urinary Surgery
Urologist, Ludhiana
I had ncpl last month and other kidney has 4small stones 4,5,6,8 mm should I again go for ncpl.
You could have got rirs done in this kidney once you were undergoing PCNL. You can take plenty of fluid daily around 4-5litres and take syp k-cit 15 ml thrice daily in a glass of water for 3-4 months. Repeat USG abdomen after 4 months and see what is the status of the stones. They are not very big can come out on its own. If you have pain you can get RIRS done at any point of time.
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I have multiple renal calculi in RK largest in mid calyx measuring 6.5 mm and in LK largest in mid valid measuring 4.3 mm. I.e bilateral nephrolithiasis. I want to avoid any kind of surgery. What to do.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MS - General Surgery, Genito Urinary Surgery
Urologist, Ludhiana
I have multiple renal calculi in RK largest in mid calyx measuring 6.5 mm and in LK largest in mid valid measuring 4....
You can take plenty of fluid daily around 4-5litres and syp k-cit 15 ml thrice daily in a glass of water for 3-4 months. These are small stones and it should come out on its own.
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I am CKD patient from 12 years. Now i am doing home dialysis from 5 years. Please suggest any diet.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - MEdicine, DNB- Nephrology
Nephrologist, Gurgaon
Dialysis patients should take good diet, high, first class protein, calories account to weight Any restriction is required or not depends on metabolic profile.

Kidney Stones - When To Opt For Surgery?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Urology
Urologist, Trivandrum
Kidney Stones - When To Opt For Surgery?

Kidneys stones are a common condition. They are quite different from Gallstones which are formed in the Gall bladder. Gall stones are from bile concentration in the gall bladder. "Silent" Gallstones which are detected on an ultrasound done for another cause, can be left alone.

However, silent kidney stones should never be left alone. These can silently grow to a large size and cause kidney failure without the patient ever experiencing pain. Every patient of stone needs to be evaluated by blood tests, ultrasound and possibly CT-scan. Small stones 5 mm or less may pass out naturally, but should be monitored on Ultrasound to confirm clearance. Larger stones are cleared by a variety of Endoscopic Operations like Ureterorenorenoscopy, PCNL or ESWL. These need 1-2 days hospitalisation and have quick recovery. The stone removed should be analysed for contents so that appropriate preventive measure in diet and medicines can be started as soon as possible. 

Urinary Tract Infection - Causes Which Contribute It!

MBBS, FCPS - Mid & Gynae, MS - General Surgery, Certificate Diploma Course, MD
Urologist, Mumbai
Urinary Tract Infection - Causes Which Contribute It!

Infection caused in the kidneys, bladder, urethra or the ureters is known as urinary tract infection. According to doctors, women are generally more at risk of suffering from this condition than men.  Some of the causes which contribute to the development of this infection are-

1. Invasion of bacteria

Like any other infection, one of the causes of urinary tract infection is the invasion of the bacteria Escherichia coli in the bladder. This type of bacteria is most commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract and is most often held responsible for urinary tract infection.

2. Spreading of the bacteria from anus to urethra

The spread of the gastrointestinal bacteria from the anus to the urethra leads to the infection of the urethra thereby causing urinary tract infection. 

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. You would know your urinary tract is infected when you feel the urgency to urinate extremely frequently.

2. There is a burning sensation when you urinate
The symptoms of urinary infection are extremely visible and are felt intensely by the one suffering from it. 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 perceptible amount of blood in them. In most cases, presence of blood in urine is a definite sign of urinary tract infection.

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.

Kidney Transplant Surgery - How To Prepare For The Procedure?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Surgeon, Kolkata
Kidney Transplant Surgery - How To Prepare For The Procedure?

Kidney transplant surgery is a surgical procedure where a healthy kidney is used to substitute a diseased one. The healthy kidney is obtained from either a deceased donor or a family member who has a good blood type match with the recipient. Usually, the recipient receives one kidney if the donor is alive and/or both the kidneys from a deceased donor.

Certain reasons for going for a kidney transplant surgery might include:
1. Kidney failure due to diabetes
2. Infections in the urinary tract
3. Autoimmune disorders such as lupus (an autoimmune disorder)
4. Polycystic kidney disorders
5. Obstructions in the kidney
6. Glomerulonephritis, where inflammation occurs in the kidney

Preparation for the surgery
Before the procedure, certain tests are carried out to determine your suitability for the procedure. The tests start with a psychological evaluation followed by blood tests and diagnostic tests to check for health problems. Once the tests are done, you will be placed on the waiting list for kidney recipients. Once the donor is available, you will be asked to get ready for the surgery.

Procedure: The procedure begins with you being administered general anesthesia. An incision is made in the lower part of the stomach, through which the donated kidney is inserted in the body. The next step involves attaching adjacent blood vessels to the kidney so that it has a proper supply of blood. Finally, the ureter of the kidney is linked with the bladder, facilitating normal disposal of bodily wastes. A plastic tube, known as a stent, is placed in the ureter to facilitate urine flow. This is later removed by a procedure called cystoscopy. Once the surgery is completed, the incision is closed by stitches.

Aftercare: After the procedure is completed, you will be given painkillers to ease the pain. Immunosuppressant medications will be prescribed to prevent your immune system from destroying the cells of the donated kidney. Usually, the duration of stay at the hospital post-surgery is about a week.

My father's age is 67 years. He has chronic kidney disease. His creatine level is 2.1 to 2.3 since last two years. He has no diabetes or high blood pressure but the reason behind ckd is excessive use of painkillers. I'm really worried about my father please tell me can ckd stage 3 be controlled so that is won't progress to dialysis. What is the life expectancy of my father. His size of kidneys are just 30-40%.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - MEdicine, DNB- Nephrology
Nephrologist, Gurgaon
My father's age is 67 years. He has chronic kidney disease. His creatine level is 2.1 to 2.3 since last two years. He...
Not all CKDs progress to dialysis, have good control of BP regular check up to look for Anemia, metabolic profile Follow nephrologist Avoid pain killers and self medications.
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