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Can drinking water with lemon prevent kidney stones? Also, I have been told not to drink city water. What is the best water to drink?
I am suffering from frequent urination from few months after detecting High BP. Is it hurting my kidneys? What is the solution to improve kidney and heart's health and which medicine I should take for improving both, kidney as well as hearth's health.
Hi. I am 30 years old. I really have to wake up many times to go to bathroom every night for urine. I checked but do not have diabetes and also I do not take much liquid before but still I wake up many times. How can I get rid of it. Please advise.
I have got kidney stones. 3 in left kidney and 1 in right. Can you suggest me some precautions and cure.
Is laser surgery is helpful for my father? He have 3-4 calculi in the right kidney. The approx size is 8.5mm.
I am a 46 years old women. I was getting stomach ache frequently. Showed to doctor. N they gave tablet saying gastritis. Later after someday stomachache become severe and again we scanned and I get to know there is kidney stones. It is 6.5 mm at right side. Can it be flushed out by medicine or it should be operated.
I am having burning sensation after urination. Also a foul smell is coming out from my vagina. Before six months I had done 4 times calitrophy. Even then my urine infection problem is not solved. Kindly suggest.
I have a urine infraction and if I fast it becomes high please let me know how can I continue my fasting as ramzan is coming.
Doctor please tell me I am getting pus in my latrine place. It is coming from anus or rectum. Tell me rectum is inside the anus or anus is inside the rectum. Please suggest me ayurvedic medicine.
Once I had got anal fissure due to severe hard stool. I contact a colorectal surgeon who told that as you had got fissure one-time so it can easily reoccur after another little hard stool and he also told that if LIS surgery done then anal fissure will not come again if stool becomes hard. Is it true? Or he told this only for money? I want second opinion. Pls help in details.
Hi sir/mam I am Kural 23 years old n I am facing urine problem, when I feel urinate it comes drop by drop and too takes two or three times to complete with pain. And sometimes when I am sitting it comes out some amount of urine without knowing me. I consult also doctor and the result of scan is urine prevoid 700 ml and post void 500 ml, doctor said tube must be take in by the treatment, I tube by urine way and said it may cure 10 % only. And medicines are conserve and Tolu-XR®Z. Please your suggestions. Thank you.
Hello sir, I am 27 years old boy. My both kidney have stone and also have urine pipe. Before I have operation twice the same problem.. Now again. What I do for my problem solve. I do my 1st operation in kolkata when my age 8 years & 2nd time is 24yrs.
I am suffering from prostate b.p.h. P.s.a.is o.o9 nd prostate size is 36 c.c.nd difficult urination it takes around 10 mins for urine to pass. I am a sugar patient and my sugar levels are around 150 to 180 after meal please kindly suggest me the medication.
Located right under the rib cage, kidneys are a very important organ of the body. They are not only responsible for purifying your blood from wastes and excess fluid but are also involved in maintaining electrolyte balance, regulating blood pressure and producing red blood cell in the body.
In many cases, due to some medical condition, one or both kidneys may stop functioning properly. If not treated in time, it may lead to complete kidney failure and if the kidneys fail completely, dialysis or transplant may be the only treatment options available.
Dialysis is a treatment in which the blood is filtered and purified artificially using machines. This process is beneficial for those whose kidneys are not able to do their job properly.
Need for dialysis
A functioning kidney prevents the accumulation of excess water, impurities, and wastes inside the body. They also work to maintain the blood pressure level and control the presence of certain chemicals like sodium and potassium.
When the kidneys fail to perform these critical functions, maybe because of some disease or injury, dialysis helps to keep up the healthy functioning of the body as much as possible. As without dialysis all the wastes and fluids will accumulate and poison the body, resulting even in death. However, it must be kept in mind that dialysis is not a cure for kidney diseases; it is just an alternative to their functions.
Types of dialysis
Dialysis is an artificial process of purifying your blood using machines. There are two types of dialysis:
This is one of the most common types of dialysis, where an artificial kidney, known as a hemodialyzer, is used to remove waste and chemicals from the blood. The doctor surgically creates a vascular access into the blood vessels allowing the artificial kidney to perform.
This is a surgical procedure, where a catheter is implanted in the belly area. The treatment involves a special fluid called dialysate which is flowed into the abdomen to clean the blood. Once the blood is cleaned, the fluid is drained from the abdomen. The benefit of this treatment is that you can perform it in your home, without going to a hospital.
Risks in Dialysis
Even though either of these two treatment procedures is life-saving and there is hardly any alternative, these two can also come with risks. The risks include peritonitis, abdominal muscle weakening, high blood sugar level, weight gain, low blood pressure anemia, muscle cramping, insomnia, itching, depression, increased potassium level and pericarditis. If you experience any of these symptoms of the risks involved, then immediately consult your doctor and explain in details.
A patient who is going through dialysis for a long time also has a chance of succumbing to the medical condition called amyloidosis. When the amyloid proteins, which are produced in bone marrow, collects in kidneys, hearts, liver and other organs, amyloidosis occurs. This results in joint pain, stiffness and even swelling.