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Dr. Kirti Patel

Urologist, Mumbai

450 at clinic
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Dr. Kirti Patel is a popular Urologist in Powai, Mumbai. She is currently practising at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital in Powai, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kirti Patel on Lybrate.com.

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What are the possible harmful effects on kidney if there a 4 to 5 mm stone rest for a long period of 7 year.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
What are the possible harmful effects on kidney if there a 4 to 5 mm stone rest for a long period of 7 year.
COMPLICATIONS General complications include urinary tract infection (symptoms may be fever with loin pain and burning sensation while passing urine) and stent related problems which have been highlighted before. Complications specific to the procedures have been enumerated previously. They could include: sepsis: an infection that has spread through the blood, causing symptoms throughout the whole body. steinstrasse: steinstrasse is the medical name for a blockage that is caused by fragments of stone in the ureter (the tube that attaches each kidney to the bladder) an injury to the ureter.
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Sir, recently my Company organize a health check-up, during check-up kidney stone was found size i. E. 4.4 mm kindly guide me the solution.

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine Services (PGDEMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
Sir, recently my Company organize a health check-up, during check-up kidney stone was found size i. E. 4.4 mm kindly ...
Take shool gaj kesari ras twice a day..take gokshuradi guggul & punarnavadi mandoor 1-1 tab twice a day...pranacharya U through capsule and syrup twice a day...drink lots of water....avoid spinach...tea and coffee..tomato...lady finger etc....
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I have stone in my right ureter of 8 mm. please tell me how can I dissolve it or pass it through the urine. please response me as soon as possible.

MS - General Surgery, MCh Urology
Urologist, Hyderabad
I have stone in my right ureter of 8 mm. please tell me how can I dissolve it or pass it through the urine. please re...
Respected Sir 1.A stone of 8 mm size is less likely to pass out spontaneously. Only around 15 to 20 percent of patients will pass the 8 mm stone out spontaneously. 2.Please drink plenty of oral fluids ~ 2.5 to 3 litres a day in a spaced manner. 3.You can also use medication which is particularly helpful if the stone is in the lower part of the ureter. 4.Please consult a Urologist. Hope this helps Thanks.
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I am 38 years old I feel burning sensation after urine please tell is this symton of uti.

CERTIFICATION IN BACH FLOWER REMEDIES OF ENGLAND, Ph.D DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BIOCHEMISTRY, B.S.M.S BACHELOR OF SIDDHA MEDICINE AND SURGERY,
Alternative Medicine Specialist,
I am 38 years old I feel burning sensation after urine please tell is this symton of uti.
Yes. Take uva ursi q 10 drops in half glass of water thrice a day after food for 15 days and revert back.
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I have yellow urine from last 2 days should I consult a doctor for jaundice symptoms? What are the symptoms of jaundice?

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
I have yellow urine from last 2 days should I consult a doctor for jaundice symptoms? What are the symptoms of jaundice?
Symptom of jaundice are high temperature body ache decrease food intake nausea/ vomiting abdomen pain yellow eyes/ urine and jaundice is diagnosed by lft, usg upper abdomen and viral hepatitis panel consult privately for further management.
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5 Ways to Keep Your Kidneys Active

D.M. Nephrology, M.D. Internal Medicine
Nephrologist, Pune
5 Ways to Keep Your Kidneys Active
Kidneys work aggressively day and night - this pair is responsible for all the cleaning - Waste Removal from your body.

Check out how you can keep your pair of kidneys functional right until you need them:

1) Increase Fluid Intake: No.1 reason for kidney stones/problems is not drinking enough water. When your fluid intake is low, it puts extra work load on the kidneys to pass toxins. Similarly excessive alcohol intake leads to dehydration and puts pressure on your kidneys making them age earlier.

2) Cut Back On Salt: Salt is anti-kidneys. If you have any chronic problem, try to aim for less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium each day.

3) Empty Your Bladder: Do not keep urine stored in bladder for too long. It majorly affects the functioning of kidneys.

4) Check On Chronic Problems: Manage your diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease well. These have direct impact on Kidneys, esp. Your cholesterol levels, sugar levels and blood pressure. Having high cholesterol, especially if you have diabetes, puts you more at risk for kidney disease, heart disease and stroke.

5) Balance your Physical Health: Keep your body active to keep organs such as kidneys in good functioning. Do at least 15 min of cardio exercises daily. Also, get sufficient rest for your body.

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I am 65 years old have prostrate problem Dr. prescribed lifelong pill still advise alternative.

MBBS, MS- General Surgery
General Surgeon,
I am 65 years old have prostrate problem Dr. prescribed lifelong pill still advise alternative.
Please, get the following investigations- 1) Ultrasound of prostate including post void urine volume. 2) PSA 3) Urine exam. Treatment depends on your symptoms and these reports. Mild problem can be managed with medicines. If you are having very much increased frequency of urination, and specially at night, then the definite treatment is endoscopic surgery (TURP)
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My osmolality urine is 818 without drinking or eating anything for about 12 hours I hv problem or polyuria for about 12 years no thirst Without taking any drink I go to micturition for about 8-9 time in a day and 3-4 time in a day Help me this polyuria made he'll my life.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
My osmolality urine is 818 without drinking or eating anything for about 12 hours I hv problem or polyuria for about ...
For your age excessive urination could be due to 1. Drinking lot of water/ excess tea/ coffee/alcohol 2. Urinary tract/bladder infection 3. Bladder stone causing a blockage in ureter/bladder, stone in urinary tract, cystitis, interstitial nephritis 5. Diabetes mellitus/diabetes inspidus, hypertension, 6. Stress/anxiety/nervousness, 7. Do urine re/me, blood sugar testing, take usg kub, and consult urologist for advice.
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6 Tips For Your First Visit With A Gastroenterologist

Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery(FMAS), DNB ((Surgical Gastroenterology), MS (General Surgery), MBBS
Gastroenterologist, Delhi
6 Tips For Your First Visit With A Gastroenterologist

A Gastroenterologist is a physician with dedicated training and unique experience in the management of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver. If you are planning to visit one, you most likely have a problem in one or many organs like esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts and liver. 

Visit your doctor to understand the severity of your condition and the course of treatment, as it is obvious that during this time you must be suffering from anxiety and you may not ask the questions arising in your mind. That is why you need to prepare in advance for your first visit with a gastroenterologist.

Being an active partner in the doctor patient relationship is bound to have its benefits. Here are some handy tips:

  1. Come mentally prepared: Don't let the anxiety get to you. If you need some extra help calming down, try yoga or meditation. You can simply go out on a walk alone to help you focus your thoughts. This is just like any other doctor visit. The good part is that you are taking the first step in easing your discomfort and starting treatment, so go with a positive mind.
  2. Maintain a diary of symptoms: It is likely that you are experiencing discomfort from past few days or weeks before you finally realize the need to seek out a specialist. Try to remember as much as possible about the symptoms you experienced in a chronological order. Write down any over the counter medicines you've tried or anything unusual that you may have consumed in the past week. 
  3. Take stock of your medical history: It is likely that your doctor may want to know about any historic conditions you've suffered that may or may not relate to your present condition. Many ask you to fill out forms during your first time patient registration which includes many minor details about your medical past. List down any allergies, especially food allergies you have. 
  4. Take stock of your recent medical tests: Bring your latest blood tests and imaging tests (X-rays, ultrasounds, MRIs, and CT scans) with you for the doctor's visit. If you have a pre-existing condition like diabetes, thyroid or you suffer from other chronic conditions like increased uric acid, carry your most recent medical reports with you. 
  5. Make a list of questions for the doctor: In most cases, the first visit is a crucial factor in determining whether you want to continue the course of treatment with a particular doctor. This comes out of your ability to trust the doctor, his knowledge and diagnosis and an overall comfort level that comes with how well he handles your questions. Start by making a list of questions you want to ask about your specific condition and course of treatment and see if you get satisfactory answers. 
  6. Brace yourself: If you want to suggest a treatment option, make sure you read up all about it before you tell the doctor.

Related Tip: "5 Shocking Reasons Drinking Water Along With Meals Is The Biggest Mistake Ever!"

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