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Dr. Vivare

Urologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Vivare is an experienced Urologist in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Vivare personally at Ashirwad Hospital-Ambernath East in Mumbai, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Vivare and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am having constipation since 1 day and I can't have toilet easily and also having little stomach pain since yesterday. please tell me what should I do.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I am having constipation since 1 day and I can't have toilet easily and also having little stomach pain since yesterd...
1. Eat high fiber diet like fruits, vegetables, beans, boiled/sprouted moong dal, whole grain rice, whole wheat pasta, whole meal breads, oats. 2. Avoid foods which are high in fat. Choose lean meats like fish, chicken. 3. Eat on schedule 4. Drink plenty of water, 8-10 glasses daily, 5. Take regular physical exercise 6. Stick to a regular timing for going to toilet. 7. Take 2 tsf of softovac sf/naturolax powder with warm water at bed time for few days.
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Overactive Bladder - Can Infection in Urinary Tract Lead To it?

Fellowship In Andrology, DNB-Urology , MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Urologist, Hyderabad
Overactive Bladder - Can Infection in Urinary Tract Lead To it?

An overactive bladder is marked by problems with one’s bladder storage system that results in sudden urge to urinate. Involuntary and leakage of urine is also a possibility in such a case.

The problem of an overactive bladder arises when the muscles of the bladder contract involuntarily. The conditions contributing to overactive bladder are:

  1. Excessive production of urine due to diabetes, poor kidney function or excessive fluid intake
  2. Medications that increase urine production by the bladder
  3. Acute infections in the urinary tract
  4. Abnormalities in the bladder, for instance, bladder stones or tumors
  5. Factors hindering bladder outflow such as constipation, enlarged prostate or earlier treatments for incontinence (loss of bladder control)
  6. Excessive intake of alcohol or caffeine
  7. Decline in one’s cognitive abilities due to factors such as ageing, thus making it hard for the bladder to comprehend the signals it gets from the brain
  8. Incomplete emptying of the bladder, leaving only a little storage space for the urine
  9. Constipation
  10. Neurological disorders

How it can be treated?

  1. Behavioral interventions help to manage overactive bladder effectively and without side-effects. They include-
    • Exercises to strengthen one’s urinary sphincter and pelvic floor muscles
    • Maintaining a healthy weight
    • Regulating fluid consumption
    • Planning a schedule for trips to the toilet
    • Employing a catheter to empty the bladder entirely
  2. Medications to alleviate the symptoms of incontinence and overactive bladder are-
    • Fesoterodine
    • Mirabegron
    • Darifenacin
    • Solifenacin
    • Trospium
    • Oxybutynin gel
    • Oxybutynin as a skin patch
    • Tolterodine
  3. Injecting small doses of Botox (Botulinum toxin), protein-bacteria, directly into the bladder tissues to partially paralyze the bladder muscles, thus delaying urination.
  4. Surgery to magnify bladder capacity

However, it is a must that you seek the guidance of a urologist on immediate basis. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an urologist.

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Prostate gland enlarged, now its ok but he is passing toilet on bed some times. How to control. Help me. He is not using any medication.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Prostate gland enlarged, now its ok but he is passing toilet on bed some times. How to control. Help me. He is not us...
You have to undergo prostrate surgery for prostrate enlargement.For incontinence of faeces you have to do pelvic exercises ,if failed then surgery is only the answer.
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I m 40 yrs old female and having problem of non bleeding piles. My anus inside veins are swollen and do itch I am taking ayurvedic medicine. Pl. Help me for itching problem.

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
avoid constipation and straining on stool. use green vegetables. take pilex one tab 3 time daily, apply anovate ointment on anus, consult surgeon,
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Penis Health and Urinary Incontinence - Are They Connected?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Health and Urinary Incontinence - Are They Connected?

Penis Health and Urinary Incontinence - Are They Connected?

Urinary incontinence is one of those topics that men are often reluctant to discuss, even with their doctors. Most men would like to pretend that the problem could never happen to them, or could never happen until they are old and infirm. But the truth is that even younger men can experience anything from an occasional dribble to ongoing leakage. While practicing proper care is an excellent way to maintain penis health, stopping the leak depends on knowing more about the penis and why incontinence can occur.

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary release of urine. It can happen rarely, or it can be a chronic condition, and the causes can vary. While urinary incontinence is associated mainly with young boys and older men, it can occur at any age. The National Association on Continence estimates that up to 15% of men between the ages of 15 and 64 are affected by incontinence.

Types

There are three main types of incontinence:

- Stress. The most common form of incontinence, this comes about when urine leaks while performing any activity (voluntary or involuntary) that puts pressure on the bladder. Examples include urinary leakage when coughing or picking up a heavy object.

- Urge. With urge incontinence, a man knows he needs to urinate but doesn't realize it soon enough to make it to the bathroom. It's often associated with certain diseases and conditions, such as diabetes.

- Overflow. Here the amount of urine is greater than the capacity of the bladder. College students who spend too much time at a kegger may experience this form of incontinence.

Some people also list a fourth type, functional incontinence, which basically means a man knows he wants to urinate but faces physical obstacles that prevent him from reaching the bathroom in time.

Causes

There are several causes of urinary incontinence, including:

- Nerve damage. Diabetes, stroke and Parkinson's diseases are among conditions that can cause significant damage to the nerve-muscle communications system. Much less serious nerve damage may result in some simple occasional miscommunications that allow for leakage at inopportune times.

- Weak muscles. Sometimes the Kegel muscles that help control urinary flow aren't strong enough to function properly.

- Prostate issues. Men with prostate problems often have urinary incontinence as a complication.

- Urinary tract infection. A urinary tract infection can cause temporary issues in controlling urine release.

- Alcohol. Imbibing too much is one of the more common causes of occasional incontinence, especially among younger men.

- Stress and tension. Sometimes, being all worked up about difficult issues in a man's life can bring about a bout of urine leakage.

Prevention

Maintaining good overall health is a great first step in preventing incontinence. Keeping an eye out for "triggers" that make a man need to urinate (such as caffeine or alcohol) is also helpful.

Engaging in regular Kegel exercises is a good idea for overall penis care, not just in terms of urinary distress. Squeezing the Kegel muscles - the ones that control the release of urine - and relaxing them is all that is required. It's best to squeeze, hold for 3-5 seconds, and release. Doing 3 sets (or more) of 5-10 squeezes-and-releases every day is recommended.

In addition to these exercises, men can work to prevent issues like urinary tract infections, which are also common triggers of incontinence, by maintaining good hygiene and regular penis care. Showering on a daily basis, as well as after any intimate contact, is recommended. In addition, emptying the bladder after unprotected sex can help to flush away organisms that may have made their way into the urinary tract.

Using a first rate penis vitamin cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can also help to improve the overall condition of the penis, including its ability to fight off diseases. Some creams may also provide a further benefit if they include an ingredient known as acetyl L carnitine; this substance is neuroprotective and can often help penises that have suffered some peripheral nerve damage. It also doesn't hurt to use a cream with a powerful antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid, which can help avoid premature aging of penile cells, as well as a "wrinkly" penis look.

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My friend has burning sensation when she goes for Urine. What is the solution to get rid of this Pls. She is 29 years old.

MD - General Medicine
General Physician, Mahabubnagar
My friend has burning sensation when she goes for Urine. What is the solution to get rid of this Pls. She is 29 years...
Probably she might be suffering from Urinary infection Kindly do some urine test and blood test (CBP and blood Cultures) Most likely to have infection if she has fever Take cranberry juice Thank you.
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I'm going toilet to take a pee regularly, every half an hour or so, my family has diabetic problem, do I need to worry.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Acupressurist, Chandigarh
I'm going toilet to take a pee regularly, every half an hour or so, my family has diabetic problem, do I need to worry.
You should not worry. You may take nutritous diet daily. Do exercise. Do not take stress about diabities.
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I have consumed 4 tablets of vitamin c of 500 mg for 4 days (one tablet daily) & now observed side effects as stated below.(I stopped consuming now). I fear of prostate cancer please advice 1. Urine pressure reduces 2.urine dribles.

MBBS, Diploma in MEDICAL Radio Therapy, DNB
Oncologist, Bangalore
I have consumed 4 tablets of vitamin c of 500 mg for 4 days (one tablet daily) & now observed side effects as stated ...
Mr. lybrate-user, 4 tablets of VITAMIN C doesnot cause prostate cancer. You have not mentioned your age. If you have decresed urine pressure and dribbling of urine please get urine culture sensitivity and ultrasound of abdomen and pelvis to diagnose the problem.
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Hello Dr, I having slight pain in my penis. But it's not regular it's only when I urinate. That's not slight pain. What should I do.

MBBS, MCCEE, Fellowship in Sexual Medicine
Sexologist, Jaipur
Hello Dr, I having slight pain in my penis. But it's not regular it's only when I urinate. That's not slight pain. Wh...
As you say, most likely you have some urine infection. Add water more to your day schedule and get urine test done and show to a doctor for analysis.
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