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Dr. A.S Bawa  - Urologist, Mohali

Dr. A.S Bawa

MBBS, MS and MCh

Urologist, Mohali

25 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic
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Dr AS Bawa did his MS and MCh. from PGIMER, Chandigarh. During his long and distinguished career, Dr Bawa has been credited with over 15,000 surgeries which include procedures pertaining ......more
Dr AS Bawa did his MS and MCh. from PGIMER, Chandigarh. During his long and distinguished career, Dr Bawa has been credited with over 15,000 surgeries which include procedures pertaining to urinary stones, prostate and kidney diseases etc. He has also been on the advisory board of various health departments like Punjab Health System Corporation and Director Health Services, Punjab. In addition to his commendable professional record, he has held important posts in the field of academics as well, and has trained about 80 doctors in Surgery and Urology as Senior Residents. He has also been an examiner in various Universities of Northern India like Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Baba Farid University, Faridkot, Delhi University, Himachal Pradesh University, and Shimla. He has 40 national and international publications to his credit. Designation: Director, Urology Department/Specialty: Andrology, Urology & Nephrology Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Punjabi Total Years’ of Experience: 22 Years Previous experience: Having done his MS and MCh from PGIMER, Chandigarh, Dr Bawa went on to work with Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh where he was Head of Department of Surgery, before joining Fortis Healthcare. Medical Education, Certifications and fellowships/Research Papers: Professional Memberships: Dr Bawa has held important posts in the field of academics as well, and has trained about 80 doctors in surgery and urology as senior residents. He has also been an examiner in various Universities of Northern India like Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Baba Farid University, Faridkot, Delhi University, Himachal Pradesh University, and Shimla. Clinical Interests/ Specialised Treatments /Area of Expertise: Procedures pertaining to urinary stones, prostate and kidney diseases.
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MBBS, MS and MCh - PGIMER, Chandigarh - 1993

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Today I have done my creatine test and I found out 1.39. Please advice is it serious problem and what are the methods or medicine to clean kidney.

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Today I have done my creatine test and I found out 1.39. Please advice is it serious problem and what are the methods...
As of now plan symptomatic treatment and it’s better to avoid medication and diet which harm the kidney and Few tips on Diet for kidney disease - have a low protein diet (decrease in milk and its products and also decrease in the intake of pulses and nuts etc)- can use corn oil, sunflower oil, olive oil for cooking -decrease the intake of butter, ghee, cream,coconut etc - avoid farsan food items - whole grain cereals are best for carbohydrate intake - get your blood checked for electrolyte levels regularly and adjust salt in diet as per the report values.
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I am 21 years old. From last two years I am having lump type something near my anus hole. It hardly pain for 4-5 times in two years. When I wash my ass the lump almost got flat. But after sometime it rise up. I am not having any type of problem with that but still I am curious to know what it is.

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Respected lybrate-user hi it's anal skin tag nothing to worry at all about that relax thanks dear regards.
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I Have a severe burning sensation when urinating and feeling intense desire to urinate with no possibility to urinate normally

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Whats your age ? any diabetes /HTN /BPH history .Will need usg abdomen /urine report before any further intervention
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Cashew, almond, tomato are good or bad for kidney stones and which foods to avoid for stones.

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Homeopath, Noida
Cashew, almond, tomato are good or bad for kidney stones and which foods to avoid for stones.
A diet thаt kеерѕ oxalate intake аt undеr 40–50 mg еасh day iѕ safe еnоugh tо hеlр уоu avoid developing kidney stones. Althоugh tomato seeds dо соntаin oxalates, thе levels оf oxalates in thеm аrе nоt high еnоugh (5.3 mg оf oxalates реr 100g оf tomatoes) tо contribute tо kidney stones. Reduce sodium intake. Limit protein from animal source. A check on the consumption of foods rich in oxalate, such as spinach, beets, wheat germ, peanuts, chocolate, coffee, colas, green peppers etc. Is also advisable for people who are prone to form calcium oxalate kidney stones. Take enough calcium. Both calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate stones can be minimized with enough calcium in your diet. Avois almonds n cashew.
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Hello sir, I have intersprenctic fistula in ano (type 1), please suggest me which is the best treatment fistulectomy or kshur sutra, I am in depression.

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Consult a qualified physician for years condition and to rule out any kind of complications. You need to engage yourself in some form of yoga or relaxation to take care of years stress and anxiety as apparently from years situation it seems you are very anxious. U should also share y issues with close friends and pursue years hobbies to buildup years self esteem. Maybe gardening, writing, painting, music etc.
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I am facing very less urination for last one week. I got my kft checked. It was OK. My creatinine was 1.04. But still I feel that amount of urine output is low. I don't feel the urge to urinate properly. Please suggest some medicine so that I can have the feel to urinate properly.

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I am facing very less urination for last one week. I got my kft checked. It was OK. My creatinine was 1.04. But still...
Hi, welcome to lybrate. Com I am happy to answer your queries. In summer season, when the temperature is high, there will be increased sweating and increased water loss. So the amount of water to be excreted by kidneys will be low. So you need to drink more water drink upto 5 litres of water and you will have normal urine output hope you found the answer helpful. If you need any clarification / have doubts / have additional questions / have follow up questions, then please do not hesitate in asking again at lybrate. Com/bruno. I will be happy to answer your questions. Best wishes for speedy recovery let me know if I can assist you further. Take care.
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10 Facts About The Kidneys You Are Not Aware Of

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10 Facts About The Kidneys You Are Not Aware Of

Kidneys are among the chief excretory organs of the body. The main function of the kidneys is to filter blood. It filters the blood and retains the toxic materials from it to excrete them in the form of urine. The filtered and thus purified blood is sent back to heart. The urine collected is carried by the ureter to the urinary bladder. Here the urine is stored till the bladder is full and triggers the sensation to urinate. Kidneys are two bean-shaped, about 11 cm long organs that are located behind the digestive system near the lower back. The kidneys function by maintaining the fluid balance of the body, creating hormones like the activated form of vitamin D called calcitrol that helps in calcium absorption in the intestines, erythropoietin that helps in production of red blood cells in the bone marrow and helps in regulating blood pressure as well.

After getting an overview of why and how kidneys function in the human body for maintaining acid-base balance, fluid balance and several other crucial functions, let us take a look at some lesser known but interesting facts about them.

Following are 10 facts about kidneys that you may not be aware of:

  1. For the body to function properly, the excretory system to work appropriately and for all the functions of the kidneys, both of them are not required. The functions can be smoothly carried out by a single kidney.
  2. The first successful kidney transplant was done in Boston by Joseph E. Smith and team in 1954.
  3. Each kidney is composed of around 1 million nephrons and each nephron is a filtering unit of the kidney.
  4. Kidneys produce around 1 to 2 litres of urine every day.
  5. Every day around 1,500 litre of blood is pumped by the kidneys to the heart.
  6. If a child has only one kidney at birth, till adulthood that single kidney is quite efficient in performing the functions of two kidneys while weighing the same as the combined average weight of two kidneys.
  7. The largest kidney stone was recorded to weigh a massive 1.1 kg and resembled a coconut in shape and size.
  8. Kidneys have the highest flow of blood as compared to heart and brain.
  9. On reaching 40 years of age, 1% of the nephrons start degenerating every year.
  10. The kidneys are very prompt in triggering more red blood cells production when they sense lees amount of oxygen in the body. So, when the red blood cell count increases, oxygen level also increases.
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Meri kidney me stone 2 mm 2.5 mm ki h Mujhe Apni kidney ko koi problem na ho Isliye khane me kya lena chaiye Mujhe sahi diet ki list bhej dena Sir Mujhe khane m kya lena chaiye jo kidney ko koi problem na ho Plzzzz tele me full list of daiet.

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Meri kidney me stone 2 mm 2.5 mm ki h Mujhe Apni kidney ko koi problem na ho Isliye khane me kya lena chaiye Mujhe sa...
hello lybrate user, kidney stones often have reoccurring tendency, even after surgically removed. drink plenty of water, 8-9 glass per day. (hydrotherapy is helpful to flush out kidney stones). avoid calcium oxalate rich food like peanuts, almond, spinach, tomato, egg etc; reduce animal protein intake like chicken, fish etc; reduce salt intake. add more fruits in diet. take homeopathic treatment for kidney stones (renal calculi).it's safe, natural and holistic way of treatment. natural homeopathic medicines like lyco, Berberis, etc are highly effective in complaints like kidney stones. In chronic cases, medicine is selected on the basis of thorough details of patient like medical history, other complaints, causes, routine, temperament etc..; such well selected remedy gives complete cure and stops the reoccurring tendency of kidney stones formation. message back for proper homeopathic consultation.
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My problem is that sperm is coming with my urine. I am worried about this. Tell me the solution.

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General Physician, Mumbai
My problem is that sperm is coming with my urine. I am worried about this.
Tell me the solution.
Normally there is daily production of semen and it finds its way out on its own and there is nothing to worry about it and it will decrease on its own when you get married
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I have passing protein in urine its 500 mg what to do, it will curable please help.

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General Physician, Delhi
I have passing protein in urine its 500 mg what to do, it will curable please help.
Passing protein in urine is called proteinuria is not a specific disease. So its treatment depends on identifying and managing its underlying cause. Causes can be diabetes, hypertension, kidney injury, trauma, infection etc Proper treatment should be started early as it can lead to kidney failure on long term basis.
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