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I am 28 having bilateral polycystic ovaries trying for baby since 3 years please help me how to conceive.
My urine comes with lubricant and somd times with sperm count from past many years what should I do?
I'm 19 years old. It's more than a year, I've been getting pain when I touch my kidney area. It feels like I have some stone in my kidney, similarly on my liver. I did do a examination" scan" about a year ago, the doctors said it looked just like fat. It's still the same. What do I do?
Hi doctor please help me out im 27 week pregnant with frequent urination baby moving lot always tired is this ok tht too my Cervix stitched at 22 week I'm on progesterone injection weekly and taking susten 200 mg ultra d3 cc74 and richer tablets is this causing frequent urination or what Please help me please please.
Lab report urine analysis colour pale yellow appearance s. Hazy Ph 6.0 Specific gravity 1.000 Blood trace Protein negative Glucose negative Ketone negative Urobilinogen normal Nitrite negative Pus cells 8-10 Red blood cells 2-3 Epithical cells 1-2 Cast not seen crystals not seen Mucous absent Others bacteria occasional.
I have stone problem in right kidney. 4 mm in calyx & 7 mm in ureter. What should we do for that? operation or medicine?
I am a 79 year old man with normal health condition. I have some difficulty in passing urine. Urine does not come in one stream, but with gaps. There is a feeling that complete urine is not passed.
From last five im facing burning sensation after urine n feeling frequency urine n I have done all reports n medicine but there is no result please suggest me what 2 do.
I have stone in both the kidneys and now my urine is very yellowish and it had some tiny particle and I feel very painful after pass the urine wgat can I do please help.
I am 50 years old. I am suffering from prostate gland since one year. I have not taken any medicine for that. Now I am having problem of peeing. It comes out very slowly & takes more time to finish. Please advice me.
Usually when I go to urinate it takes too much time to start. I'm experience this problem for years. Very rarely it comes immediately. This situation is true even when my bladder is full and in an urgency to relieve.
My urine smell too much. How I stop smell infection. I already drink lot of water. So I filled in cool also. How I solve my problem.
I am having kidney stone issue. What are the foods I need to eat and don't eat? All are telling is a common issue nowadays. But am worrying about that. Kindly suggest.
Sir my creatinine was 1.1 and now after 45 days is .86 the lab rang is .7 to 1.2. Gfr 97. I feel kidneys pain.
My husband got an viral fever since 6days and now he getting pain in kidney so we taken him to MRI scanning test, in that it shows that he has an stone in kidney. I want to know that is that serious or it will cure easily? And what precaution we should take? And is there any further problems?
We have all heard about the pain of passing a kidney stone — and those who’ve experienced it never want to go through it again. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help prevent this common disorder of the urinary tract.
To prevent kidney stones:
- Drink plenty of water. Remember, dehydration is one of the primary causes of kidney stones. On warmer days, when it’s easier to get dehydrated, up your fluid intake. Active people should drink at least 16- 20 ounces of fluid one to two hours before an outdoor activity. Overall, drink 60 – 64 ounces each day. Signs of dehydration include fatigue, loss of appetite, flushed skin, heat intolerance, light-headedness, dark-colored urine and dry cough.
- Limit sodium. This will cut down on the amount of calcium in your urine, which in turn reduces the tendency for calcium stones to form. Perhaps, you stop adding additional salt to your food. Another way to limit sodium is to avoid processed meats, salty convenience foods (regular, boxed or canned soups, noodle or rice mixes) and salty snacks.
- Eat more citrus. You want to consume foods rich in citrates, including oranges, melons, lemons and limes.
Kidney stones are also more common in those with a family history, or those who have already had one.