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I'm suffering with stones in kidney. It sized 6 mm can you suggest me diet and to reduce what fruit I have to eat.
I am 52 year male, prostate problem, using dutas-t medicine daily one. Please let me know how many days I have to use the dosage. Urination was a little bit slow and was better after usage of above medicine, are there any better medicines exists. Or advise if homeo or ayurveda is better.
My grandfather is a CKD patient and he is in renal diet. Creatinine level is 3.0 n urea is 38. These were two months ago, now reducing. As per the renal diet we are giving him only rice, idli, dosage and ravaged upma. Only few vegetables n leaves. In fruits only apple and papaya. Recently he had a PBS test, there we came to know his sugar level become high, Which is 250 mg/dl. Blood was taken for testing an hour after the lunch. Am confused, if I follow renal diet his blood sugar level increases, if not creatinine n urea level increases. Could you please suggest me how both can be balanced? Thanks in advance.
I have 6 mm stone in my kidney Is there any other way PR any medicines to remove kidney stone without operation.
Hlo mam I have pain while passing stools and near anal it become tight not able to pass stools. Pls help me out its is very painful. Tnx.
My father suffered bleeding this morning from anus. It was quiet a bit of blood. He did not complaint about any pain or bleeding before. What might be the cause. He is 67 years old.
I am continuing getting report for urine infection. Push, blood and uric acid. I have taking treatment from a doctor and getting no benefit. One more problem is in my right leg I feel some kind of etching like some thing wrong is floating in vain. What should i do?
In ultrasound report one 9 cms stone in left kidney and 5 cms stone in right kidney. Light pain in kidneys side. please sir tell me what I do.
Dear sir, one my friend is suffering from urine leakage problem he was also indulged in masturbation. He used to do for almost 3 times a week and he is doing this from 1 year. He told me he wanted to stop but not able to stop this habit. After knowing I told him to examine his urine The report is as under follows:- COLOUR: PALE YELLOW appearance: SLIGHTLY TURBID REACTION: ACIDIC (5.0) SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.030 GLUCOSE: NIL ALBUMIN: TRACE BILE SALT: NEGATIVE BILE PIGMENTS: NEGATIVE BLOOD: NEGATIVE UROBILINOGEN : NEGATIVE KETONE BODIES: NEGATIVE MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION:- PUS CELLS: 2-3 / HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS: 1-2 / HPF RED BLOOD CELLS : NIL.
Hi, I have stone problems. My left abdomen area paining if I didn't drink water regularly. Please suggest how should I come over from this problem. Thanks, Aldrin.
I am a 35 year male suffering from chronic renal stone problem. I have twice removed the stone from ureters via URS but still it's recurring back yearly. What's your opinion about my problem.
What is the remedy for urine infection ( I am 45 year old lady and had a menagetis two years before )
What is Diabetic Nephropathy?
Diabetic nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease) is defined as the progressive damage to the kidneys caused by diabetes. It is characterised by the scarring of the glomeruli in the kidneys due to prolonged diabetes mellitus.
What Causes Diabetic Nephropathy?
Diabetes is a condition characterized by high concentration of blood sugar. Although the cause of Diabetes Nephropathy is not yet well defined, it is likely that the high sugar levels in the blood damage the blood vessels present in the kidneys that help to filter waste products, thus resulting in decreased kidney function and ultimately, kidney failure.
Not everyone with diabetes suffers from diabetic nephropathy. Although, factors that can increase your chances of getting diabetic neuropathy are-
Poor control of blood glucose
High blood pressure
History of kidney diseases
What are the symptoms of diabetic nephropathy?
In the early stages, there may be no symptoms at all, but as the disease progresses, you may notice swelling in the extremities like your feet. Thus it is recommended to get your blood albumin levels tested on a regular basis. If it is diagnosed in early stages, the damage can be reversed. Other symptoms that can indicate damage to the kidneys are-
Lack of appetite
Itchiness of skin
General feeling of illness
Diagnostic tests that can confirm diabetic nephropathy are-
Routine urine test (urinalysis) - Kidney diseases are detected by the presence of a protein in the urine called albumin and this condition is called albuminuria. Other parameters that must be regularly monitored are-
Cholesterol levels in your blood
How can you treat/ manage diabetic nephropathy?
If this type of nephropathy is diagnosed in the early stages, the damage to the kidneys can be reversible. The key to managing diabetic nephropathy are-
Diet: Reduce the dietary intake of salt, phosphorous and potassium in the advanced stages.
Glycemic Control: Monitor your blood glucose levels regularly
Management of Hypertension: It is important to manage your blood pressure as it can have a direct effect on the coronary blood vessels which in turn pump blood to the various blood vessels of the body
Renal Replacement Therapy: In chronically ill patients, renal replacement therapy is the best option. This can include haemodialysis (a procedure to flush out toxins from the blood, such as urea), peritoneal dialysis or ultimately renal transplantation.