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Dr. Dilip Rai

Urologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Dilip Rai is a renowned Urologist in Bhandup West, Mumbai. You can visit him at Fortis Hospital-Goregaon in Bhandup West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Dilip Rai on Lybrate.com.

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I am 25 year old and I have stomach problem but I think I have kidney stone. So what should I do.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Delhi
I am 25 year old and I have stomach problem but I think I have kidney stone. So what should I do.
Hello, Vijay you should first undergo an ultrasound and check the exact conditions of your gallbladder as well as your kidney and liver. Anyways if you feel you have kidney stones. Kidney stones can be cured with medicines which are combination of herbal and homeo. We have specialized medicines for pain attacks named as emergency drops. Kidney stones can be cured with our medicines only you don't need to undergo surgery or operations. I will suggest you to avoid surgery there is no need of it. You need to take medicines that can help in removing them naturally such as our medicines combination of herbal and homeo that will help in removing stones. Kidney gets diseased due to an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. A kidney stone is a hard mass developed from crystals that separate from the urine within the urinary tract. Normally, urine contains chemicals that prevent or inhibit the crystals from forming. If the crystals remain tiny enough, they will travel through the urinary tract and pass out of the body in the urine without being noticed. You can connect with me and I will provide you with treatment by which you will be getting cured with kidney stones naturally. The medicines are combination of herbal and homeopathic only.
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I am having stones in my right kidney how do I take health tips so that I can clear out those stone? And even due to this my toilet is bringing tell me tips to avoid this problem? Even give me suggestions to avoid fast food and stomach pain?

Net Qualified In Community Health And Social Medicine, M.Sc - Dietetics and Community Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Durgapur
I am having stones in my right kidney how do I take health tips so that I can clear out those stone? And even due to ...
Here are the top 6 kidney stone prevention tips: Don't Underestimate Your Sweat. Saunas, hot yoga and heavy exercise may be good for your health, but they also may lead to kidney stones. Why? Loss of water through sweating - whether due to these activities or just the heat of summer—leads to less urine production. The more you sweat, the less you urinate, which allows for stone-causing minerals to settle and bond in the kidneys and urinary tract. Instead: Hydrate with H2O. One of the best measures you can take to avoid kidney stones is to drink plenty of water, leading you to urinate a lot. So, be sure to keep well hydrated, especially when engaging in exercise or activities that cause a lot of sweating. It's Not Just the Oxalate. Oxa-what? Oxalate is naturally found in many foods, including fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, grains, legumes, and even chocolate and tea. Some examples of foods that contain high levels of oxalate include: peanuts, rhubarb, spinach, beets, chocolate and sweet potatoes. Moderating intake of these foods may be beneficial for people who form calcium oxalate stones, the leading type of kidney stones. A common misconception is that cutting the oxalate-rich foods in your diet alone will reduce the likelihood of forming calcium oxalate kidney stones. While in theory this might be true, this approach isn't smart from an overall health perspective. Most kidney stones are formed when oxalate binds to calcium while urine is produced by the kidneys. Instead: Eat and drink calcium and oxalate-rich foods together during a meal. In doing so, oxalate and calcium are more likely to bind to one another in the stomach and intestines before the kidneys begin processing, making it less likely that kidney stones will form. Calcium is Not the Enemy. But it tends to get a bad rap! Most likely due to its name and composition, many are under the impression that calcium is the main culprit in calcium-oxalate stones. "I still see patients who wonder why they are getting recurring stones despite cutting down on their calcium intake," said Dr. Jhagroo. "I've even had patients say that their doctors told them to reduce their calcium intake." A diet low in calcium actually increases one's risk of developing kidney stones. Instead: Don't reduce the calcium. Work to cut back on the sodium in your diet and to pair calcium-rich foods with oxalate-rich foods. It's Not One and Done. Passing a kidney stone is often described as one of the most painful experiences a person can have, but unfortunately, it's not always a one-time event. Studies have shown that having even one stone greatly increases your chances of having another. "Most people will want to do anything they can to ensure it doesn't happen again," said Dr. Jhagroo. "Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be the case that people make the changes they need to after their first stone event." Research conducted by Dr. Jhagroo shows that those with kidney stones do not always heed the advice of their nephrologists and urinary specialists. About 15% of kidney stone patients didn't take prescribed medications and 41% did not follow the nutritional advice that would keep stones from recurring. Instead: Take action! Without the right medications and diet adjustments, stones can come back, and recurring kidney stones also could be an indicator of other problems, including kidney disease. When Life Hands You Kidney Stones… don't fret. And as the saying goes, "make lemonade." It's important to consider dietary remedies alongside prescription medications. While it may seem easier to just take a pill to fix a medical problem, consider what lifestyle changes will also make a big impact on your health. Instead: Next time you drive past a lemonade (or limeade) stand, consider your kidneys. Chronic kidney stones are often treated with potassium citrate, but studies have shown that limeade, lemonade and other fruits and juices high in natural citrate offers the same stone-preventing benefits. Beware of the sugar, though, because it can increase kidney stone risk. Instead, buy sugar-free lemonade, or make your own by mixing lime or lemon juice with water and using a sugar substitute if needed. "We believe that citrate in the urine may prevent the calcium from binding with other constituents that lead to stones," said Dr. Jhagroo. "Also, some evidence suggests that citrate may prevent crystals that are already present from binding with each other, thus preventing them from getting bigger." Not All Stones are Created Equal. In addition to calcium oxalate stones, another common type of kidney stones is uric acid stones. Red meat, organ meats, and shellfish have high concentrations of a natural chemical compound known as purines. "High purine intake leads to a higher production of uric acid and produces a larger acid load for the kidneys to excrete," said Dr. Jhagroo. Higher uric acid excretion leads to lower overall urine pH, which means the urine is more acidic. The high acid concentration of the urine makes it easier for uric acid stones to form. Instead: To prevent uric acid stones, cut down on high-purine foods such as red meat, organ meats, and shellfish, and follow a healthy diet that contains mostly vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and low fat dairy products. Limit sugar-sweetened foods and drinks, especially those that contain high fructose corn syrup. Limit alcohol because it can increase uric acid levels in the blood and avoid crash diets for the same reason..Eating less animal-based protein and eating more fruits and vegetables will help decrease urine acidity and this will help reduce the chance for stone formation.
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When I drink less water I feel pain during peeing .is this normal? What should I do And normally also get small amount of pain while peeing.

BHMS
Homeopath, Anand
When I drink less water I feel pain during peeing .is this normal? What should I do And normally also get small amoun...
Dear lybrate-user you seem to be suffering from urethritis. Its better to get routine blood and urine test. Its advisable to drink lots of water anyways. Stay happy stay healthy thanks.
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Kidney failure patients now kidney working 5% only, There's any other way to improve kidney function.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Kidney failure patients now kidney working 5% only,
There's any other way to improve kidney function.
Homoeopathy can help upto certain extent.. but best results are achieved on detailed case study... Till then you may start Zingiber Offi. Q 10 drops tds..
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My father has suffering from puss cell infection. Please advice .What should he do?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My father has suffering from puss cell infection. Please advice .What should he do?
We should be giving him specific antibiotics depending upon the site of infection for either gram positive or gram negative bacteria
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I am 44 years with diabetes and on treatment, my sugar level HBA1C shows 6.4mg I have frequent urination with less quantity. Please advise.

M. Sc. Foods, Nutrition & Dietetics, B.Sc-Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Visakhapatnam
I am 44 years with diabetes and on treatment, my sugar level HBA1C shows 6.4mg I have frequent urination with less qu...
Your level is quite normal. But if your hba 1c between 4-6 will be good. Natural remedies for diabetics. Tender guava leaf juice aloe vera green tea cinnamon black jamun seed extract methi seed powder drumstick leaf powder flaxseed powder amla neem flower tea multi grains wheat germ and bran lemon grass wheat grass quinoa are some of the foods which definitely control diabetes. Thank you.
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I am suffering from backpain. After scan it is told that stone is formed in kidney i am using cystone tablets. But stil I am suffering from pain occasionally. Please suggest me

DNHE, BPTh/BPT, weight management specialist
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
The best thing for you would be to drink lots of water. Atleast 4-5 litres a day! you may be having referred back pain cos of the kidney stones. Should go away with the stone removal.
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I have kidney stone measuring 3.7 mm and 3.5 mm in right kidney and 2 mm size found in left kidney after sonography. What will I do?

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Pune
I have kidney stone measuring 3.7 mm and 3.5 mm in right kidney and 2 mm size found in left kidney after sonography. ...
Most of the times these small sized stones are naturally passed through urine. If all other reports are normal, continue drinking good quality of water. It will help in flushing out the stones.
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I have been burning sensation just before and after urinating and jelly like blood just after urinating sir I am male and age is21.

Homeopath, rajahmundry
I have been burning sensation just before and after urinating and jelly like blood just after urinating sir I am male...
It may be due to infection or a stone or other reasons. Urine tests of microscopy, ultra sound scan may be required to establish the diagnosis and initiate the treatment.
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I would ask about my mother. She is 49 years old. She has stone inside kidney for 5 to 6 years & now it's grows very much day by day & it's 13 MM. But it's silent I min she dn't have pain but when she works too much it has. So what would be best meditation for this?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
I would ask about my mother. She is 49 years old. She has stone inside kidney for 5 to 6 years & now it's grows very ...
Dear if size of stone is > 6-7 mm.. its better to go for ESWL. There are more chances of stucking of stone in ureter through medicine...so visit a good surgoen clinically.
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