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Dr. Vikram

Urologist, Pune

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Dr. Vikram is an experienced Urologist in Vighanharta Sai Hospital, Pune. You can consult Dr. Vikram at Vighanharta Sai Hospital And Laboratory in Vighanharta Sai Hospital, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Vikram and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Vighanharta Sai Hospital And Laboratory

C/O Vighanharta SAI Hospital Laboratory, Sukh Samruddhi Nagar, Alandi Road, Dighi,Landmark:Parande Nagar, PunePune Get Directions
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Vighanharta Sai Hospital And Laboratory

C/O Vighanharta SAI Hospital Laboratory, Sukh Samruddhi Nagar, Alandi Road, Dighi,Landmark:Parande Nagar.Pune Get Directions
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Iam a 22 years female. Before a week I noticed a lesion or fissure you can say but exactly I dnt kw what it is. I also noticed little blood on stool. And area around dat is little black. I am very worried.

PG Hom, London, BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
Iam a 22 years female. Before a week I noticed a lesion or fissure you can say but exactly I dnt kw what it is. I als...
Hello Nyra, Blood on the stools can be most likely due to fissures. Piles can also lead to blood in stools but considering your age, it is most likely fissures. You can apply Topi Aesculus homeopathic cream on the anus twice a day. It will reduce the fissure. Drink a lot of water, minimum 4-5 litres in a day. Make sure that your stools are soft and you dont have to strain at the stools. Eat one banana in a day or any other fruit. But make sure that you are consuming at least one fruit in a day.
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Hello It is found that, a calculus of about 5 - 6 mm is present in the left urterica for me in the ultrasonic scan result taken after consulting a doctor for stomach and hip pain. The doctor prescribed some medicines for the same l. I am really worried on this, is this a serious issue. Please suggest some good remedies and also suggest what all are things I should take care.

MBBS, MD, DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Indore
Hello It is found that, a calculus of about 5 - 6 mm is present in the left urterica for me in the ultrasonic scan re...
Take homeopathic medicine Lycopodium 200 and berberis vulgaris 200, 4--4 pills twice a day for a week and do revert back for further treatment. Drink excess of fluid, drink coconut water, avoid calcium rich food, avoid fatty and oily food and revert back for further treatment. For more queries, contact us.
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I am 60 and I had prostate and also had operation for it. My PSA reports are coming 0.34.Should I eat my medicine regularly.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I am 60 and I had prostate and also had operation for it. My PSA reports are coming 0.34.Should I eat my medicine reg...
The PSA levels are as follows 3 ng/ml or lower is considered in the normal range for a man under 60 years old. 4 ng/ml or lower is normal for a man between 60 to 69 years old. 5 ng/ml or lower is normal for a man 70 years old and over. As you are in normal range you may nit take tablet after consulting your urologist.
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I have a PSA of 18.5. I insisted on having an MRI done before I would agree to a biopsy. The MRI came back showing two areas with a PI–RADS 5 (very likely cancer) One area with a PI-RADS 4 (very likely cancer), One area with restricted diffusion and abnormal signal One area with restricted.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
I have a PSA of 18.5. I insisted on having an MRI done before I would agree to a biopsy. The MRI came back showing tw...
Respected lybrate-user hi I would strongly recommend prostate biopsy & further management accordingly thanks regards hope for your best & early recovery dear.
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My mother having age 66 years have problem of repeated toilet specially in night and due to this it getting joint pain problem. Please advice.

Bachelor in Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Ghaziabad
My mother having age 66 years have problem of repeated toilet specially in night and due to this it getting joint pai...
Hi there Excessive urination at night is known as nocturia. It can be a sign of underlying medical condition. Common causes of nocturia are urinary tract infection or bladder infection but can be caused by other conditions like diabetes, anxiety, bladder over activeness. Side effects of some medicines like diuretics or anti hypertension drugs can be nocturia. I would suggest you to take her to a good urologist and get treatment. Hope she gets well soon.
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What are the symptoms of urine infection and what are the main infection causing organisms?

Ex Sen.V.Surgeon/Research Scientist, M.D.(Alternative Medicine/tibetan/chinese/acupuncture), Vaida/ Unani, Homeopath
Unani Specialist, Moga
What are the symptoms of urine infection and what are the main infection causing organisms?
hi dear - there may be pain, burning, irritation, scalding, frequent urination,bad smell urine etc. - there are many gram positive and gram negative bacteria/ organisms, causing this problem.
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During my mom's stone operation in metro. Dr. removed her metro. And now she suffer with belly fat. Plsss suggest that. What can she do to reduce her belly fat.

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Ayurveda, Ambala
During my mom's stone operation in metro. Dr. removed her metro. And now she suffer with belly fat. Plsss suggest tha...
1. To get the flat belly, fist take the food having high fibers contents such as fruits, leafy vegetables, oats, corns. Avoid refined carbohydrates & foods having rich fat. 1. Work out for atleast 1 hour in whole day. You can try skipping for 15 minutes with a walk of 30 minutes or 5-10 minutes running. 2. Practice the spefic exercises that directly stimulate the belly muscles to burn the belly fats. Such as - lie down on flat surface, raise your legs without bending your knees, do it for 3-5 times daily. 3. Do surya namaskar yoga everyday. 4. Eat foods on the time of taking foods like only 3 times or 2 times a day. Do not take food again & again in 1-2 hours. 5. Do not skip the breakfast any day. You can take some dry fruits and skimmed milk in morning for better result. 6. Avoid food containing animal fat such as butter, cheese, eggs, chicken, fish. Instead of them, take plants derived fat such as soya milk, tofu, mustard oil.
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I am 59 years now. Every day going to toilet at night about two times. At present I am taking Urimax D at night as per Doctor's advice. I am seeking your advice in this regard.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 59 years now. Every day going to toilet at night about two times. At present I am taking Urimax D at night as pe...
Many times we consider going for urination twice at night-as normal But before starting urimax I will suggest you to get a usg kub done and revert back with reports
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My mom is suffering with problem of kidney stones from a very long time. She also got operated but could not get rid of it. We have tried so many things. Consulted so many doctors but the problem is not solved. Please suggest some useful remedies.

FIMSA, MD-Nephrology, DM - Nephrology, MD-Medcine, MBBS
Nephrologist, Delhi
Most important is to increase water intake to 2.5litres daily. Get regular check up done under a Nephrologist. Start Tab Cystone 2 tabs twice daily
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Q. L have three renal stones in lt. Kidney, 18mm, 12mm, 11mm, so what should I do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Q. L have three renal stones in lt. Kidney, 18mm, 12mm, 11mm, so what should I do?
Homoeopathic medicine BERBERIS VULGARIS Q ( Dr Reckeweg) HYDRANGEA Q ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 10 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 times daily at a minimum difference of 20 minutes from each other and eating. For Kidney pain start taking below given homoeopathic medicine in between DIOSCOREA Q ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 10 drops every 1-2 hrly in 10 ml luke warm water depending on severity of pain Start drinking atleast 3-4 bottles of soda water daily. Report after 15 days Instead of reducing your calcium intake, focus on limiting the sodium in your diet. Extra sodium causes you to lose more calcium in your urine, putting you at risk for developing another stone. Limit your sodium to 2,000 milligrams each day. There are many sources of hidden sodium such as canned or commercially processed foods as well as restaurant-prepared and fast foods. Calcium oxalate kidney stones are the leading type of kidney stones. 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, spinach, beets, chocolate and sweet potatoes. Another common type of kidney stone is a uric acid stone. Red meat and shellfish have high concentrations of a natural chemical compound known as a purine. High purine intake leads to a higher production of uric acid which then accumulates as crystals in the joints, or as stones in the kidneys.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. You should also be sure to drink at least 6-8 glass of water a day to help reduce the risk for stone formation.
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