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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment of UTI
Treatment of Bladder Stones
Treatment of Enlarged Prostate
Treatment of Urine Leakage
Treatment of Urinary Incontinence
Treatment of H.I.V
Treatment of Sensitive Bladder
Treatment of Urine Stone
Hydrocele Treatment (Surgical)
Treatment of Urinary Tract Problems
Treatment of Urinary Passage Disorders
Treatment of Epididymitis
Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
Treatment of Blood in Semen
Urinary Incontinence (Ui) Treatment
Treatment of Urethral Stricture
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Doc my friend have a stone size 9 mm or 8 mm some 3 mm also there in inside kidney so whats the solution and last 10 years problem still facing issues he already show a doc clinic still not get solution.
Prostatitis is a very common infection of the prostate. However, it is worth to note that prostatitis can also be an inflammation of the prostate without infection. Only 5 to 10 percent of prostatitis is caused by bacterial infection. Prostrate cancer does not normally have its chances increased by prostatitis. There are several forms of prostatitis, including acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic nonbacterial prostatitis (which is also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome ). The exact cause for prostatitis is not known, but here are some factors which increase its risk, particularly acute bacterial prostatitis.
1. Medical instrumentation
Putting an instrument like a urinary catheter may well cause prostatitis.
2. Rectal intercourse
This is basically another name for anal sex.
3. Abnormal urinary tract
The urinary tract comprises of the bladders, kidneys, ureters and urethra. If any one of these organs gets infected, then prostatitis is much more likely.
4. Bladder infection
A bladder infection may well spread to the prostate.
Prostatitis has a variety of symptoms. Here are the most common symptoms of prostatitis.
1. Constant need of urination
This is one of the most common symptoms of prostatitis.
2. Difficulty when urinating
Just like the constant need of urination, difficulty urinating is also a sign that you may have prostatitis.
3. Pain while urinating
This is because the prostate gland is a part of your urinary tract and if it does not work properly, there will be pain.
4. Chills and fever
This is a rarer symptom, but may indicate prostatitis if it is coupled with the other symptoms.
5. Pain in perineal area and genital organs
6. Painful ejaculations or relief of perineal pain after ejaculations
7. Hematospermia - Pinkish or brownish semen
If these symptoms are persistent or bothersome, then a proper consultation is required. Evaluation includes physical examination along with few simple tests. This can be followed by proper treatment for cure or relief of symptoms.
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.
I am 23 years old ,with no medical condition, whenever I hit gym my creatinine level became 1.35 mg/dl. Is this normal or does it indicate any health issue regarding kidneys?
I have 7 mm calculus at vesicouretric junction with mild hydronephrosis in left kidney, diagnosed yesterday. And the Dr. Prescribed me medication with meftal and veltam for 10 days. I used to go to the gym and taking mega mass. So can I continue with the gymming and mega mass?
I am passing urine 4 to 5 times in night not daily but twice s week need doctor urologist in hydrated pls.
I am 68 years old and I have high psa of 20.99 I have no symptoms except that I have to get up to pass urine during sleep after every four hrs my free psa to total psa ratio is 0.05.can I have silodal d tablets to arrest the growth of prostate and prevent malignancy?
Urinary incontinence is characterized by lack of control over the bladder so that urine involuntarily leaks out. This leakage can happen when pressure is put on the bladder through actions like sneezing, laughing, coughing or lifting a heavy object. Urinary incontinence is common in people who are overweight, in pregnant women or women who have given birth recently, in people with urinary tract infections, cystitis and in older individuals.
Urinary incontinence is most commonly of 4 types and symptoms of each are different:
- Stress incontinence – Urine leaks out when there is a sudden pressure on the lower abdomen such as in coughing, sneezing, and heavy lifting.
- Urge incontinence - Urine leaks out as soon as the urge for urinating is felt.
- Overflow incontinence – Urine continuously leaks out due to the bladder being overfilled. Often people experiencing this type of incontinence may strain to empty their bladder or do not feel the need to urinate.
- Functional incontinence – Urine leaks out before the person is able to reach the bathroom because of some physical disability such as arthritis.
The causes of urinary incontinence depend on if incontinence is temporary or persistent.
Diuretics like alcohol, carbonated drinks, coffee and tea
Artificial sweeteners and chocolate
Vitamin C in large doses
Medicines for high blood pressure and sedatives
Very spicy or acidic foods
Infections of the urinary or genital tract
- In women, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and hysterectomy
- In men, an enlarged prostate
- Neurological disorders like stroke, Parkinson’s disease
- Tumors in the urinary tract or bladder that can block urine flow
Role of Homeopathy-
Urinary incontinence can be effectively treated with homeopathy which takes into account not only the physical symptoms of the disease but also the patient’s mental and emotional state, overall health, reactions to environmental conditions like heat and cold and food habits. Medicines like Cantharis and Sulphur 30c can be very effective for straining to urinate and pain during urination, whereas medicines like Causticum and Ipecac are useful for controlling leakage of urine while walking, sneezing or coughing. The medications prescribed are all naturally derived, which guarantees treatment without any side effects. Homeopathy not only treats the external symptoms of incontinence but also helps resolve the underlying problems and hence provide a permanent solution to this disorder.
Homeopathic remedies can thus offer a natural and safe option for treating urinary incontinence that can save people from a potentially embarrassing situation without any side effects.