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Dr. Partha Karmakar - Nephrologist, Kolkata

Dr. Partha Karmakar

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MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY)

Nephrologist, Kolkata

21 Years Experience  ·  700 - 900 at clinic
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Dr. Partha Karmakar 86% (70 ratings) MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY) Nephrologist, Kolkata
21 Years Experience  ·  700 - 900 at clinic
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Well experienced physician,nephrologist, renal transplants physician. I like to treat a patient with great clinical acumen and updated academics. ...more
Well experienced physician,nephrologist, renal transplants physician. I like to treat a patient with great clinical acumen and updated academics.
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Dr. Partha Karmakar is an experienced Nephrologist in Mukundapur, Kolkata. He has over 20 years of experience as a Nephrologist. He is a MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY). You can visit him at Medica superspeciality hospital in Mukundapur, Kolkata. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Partha Karmakar on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY) - BSMC(KOLKATA UNIVERSITY), APOLLO HOSPITAL, CHENNA - 1997
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Hindi
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Member of American society of Nephrology
European Renal Association

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Hlo, kavita puri here I am 23 years old and I am having a kidney stone. Plzz suggest me what to eat in daily routine.

MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY)
Nephrologist, Kolkata
Hlo, kavita puri here I am 23 years old and I am having a kidney stone. Plzz suggest me what to eat in daily routine.
The dietary advice depends on what type of stone you. If you pass stone in urine please collect it for analysis. We can do basic blood tests and specific urine analysis to get an idea of faulty metabolic reason of stone formation to decide on further dietary advice. There are contradictory dietary advice for different stones. Ex. If you have calcium stone then we restrict calcium containing food, but if you have oxalate stone then we keep normal calcium diet. Take plenty of fluids not more than 4 litre, low salt. Avoid large animal protein.
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If creatinine is 7.5 and doctor is suggesting dialysis should we go for dialysis? I have heard if you start dialysis once it will be difficult to stop and each time you have to go for dialysis if creatinine increases to 7. Ankle is swollen and some times vomit happen. I am scared of dialysis. How can you reduce creatinine.

MBBS, DNB( INTERNAL MEDICINE), DNB(NEPHROLGY)
Nephrologist, Kolkata
If creatinine is 7.5 and doctor is suggesting dialysis should we go for dialysis? I have heard if you start dialysis ...
Renal failure is two types. Acute: recently, due to some reversible cause creatinine is increased. Chronic: over months to years creatinine is increased and irreversible. In first case (Acute renal failure) kidney damage is temporary and may require few dialysis only. In others case (chronic renal failure): kidney damage is permanent. Regular permanent Dialysis or kidney transplant is the answer. As you have symptoms you need to start dialysis as early as possible and then continuation depends on type of renal failure you have. Your fear is common and We do see many patients and take alternative medicines. They come back to us with much more serious condition and poor outcome. Choice is yours!
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