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I am 23 years female and facing the problem of piles it is starting should I consult a doctor or maybe I go for a ayurvedic doctor?

I am 23 years female and facing the problem of piles it is starting should I consult a doctor or maybe I go for a ayu...
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is NOT piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades.  Grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible  Grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided  Grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger  Grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away PILES OCCUR when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to:  Chronic constipation  Chronic diarrhea  Lifting heavyweights.  Pregnancy  Straining when passing a stool  The tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age The treatment for piles In the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles:10  Try not to strain when you go to the toilet  Avoid laxatives  Exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other OTC medications - there are some over-the-counter (OTC) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain Surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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Sir I am suffering from piles problems some few days sir pls tell me permanent treatment.

Sir I am suffering from piles problems some few days sir pls tell me permanent treatment.
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is NOT piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades.  Grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible  Grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided  Grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger  Grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away PILES OCCUR when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to:  Chronic constipation  Chronic diarrhea  Lifting heavyweights.  Pregnancy  Straining when passing a stool  The tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age The treatment for piles In the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles:10  Try not to strain when you go to the toilet  Avoid laxatives  Exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other OTC medications - there are some over-the-counter (OTC) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain Surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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I am a 52 years old in have piles from past 3 month and fistula what is the best homeopathy treatment is there any best medicine which can resolve with short duration.

I am a 52 years old in have piles from past 3 month and fistula what is the best homeopathy treatment is there any be...
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is not piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4 cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades. grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away piles occur when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to: chronic constipation chronic diarrhea lifting heavyweights. pregnancy straining when passing a stool the tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age the treatment for piles in the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles: 10 try not to strain when you go to the toilet avoid laxatives exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other otc medications - there are some over-the-counter (otc) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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My father rajiv gupta has piles from a year. I have taken meds from various places but they only work while my father takes them after that same problem arises. I want to know whether there is permanent solution for this or not. Its khooni bavaseer.

My father rajiv gupta has piles from a year. I have taken meds from various places but they only work while my father...
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is not piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4 cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades. grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away piles occur when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to: chronic constipation chronic diarrhea lifting heavyweights. pregnancy straining when passing a stool the tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age the treatment for piles in the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles: 10 try not to strain when you go to the toilet avoid laxatives exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other otc medications - there are some over-the-counter (otc) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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I am 5 months pregnant. I am suffering with severe constipation problem. If I am taking isabgol husk then it's gave me relief. But by skipping isabgol the problem arises again. Please Dr. Tell me is it safe to consume isabgol husk daily during the whole pregnancy? I poured 2 table spoon in warm water & take it in morning.

I am 5 months pregnant. I am suffering with severe constipation problem. If I am taking isabgol husk then it's gave m...
No, Its not good. 1. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 2. Increasing the fibre in your diet 3. Increasing your fluid intake 4. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods 5. Maintain active life style6. Curd is good for u.7. Avoid straining homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details.
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I am 34. I am suffering from piles from last couple of months. Have not taken any medicines yer.

I am 34. I am suffering from piles from last couple of months. Have not taken any medicines yer.
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is not piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4 cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades. grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away piles occur when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to: chronic constipation chronic diarrhea lifting heavyweights. pregnancy straining when passing a stool the tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age the treatment for piles in the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles: 10 try not to strain when you go to the toilet avoid laxatives exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other otc medications - there are some over-the-counter (otc) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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Hi ma'am. I came to you for consultation recently. I am 8 weeks pregnant. I'm taking few medicines like folic acid and others as prescribed by you. But now, i'm having severe constipation since 4 days. Can you please prescribe me a medicine for that. I'm really suffering a lot. Thanks.

Hi ma'am. I came to you for consultation recently. I am 8 weeks pregnant. I'm taking few medicines like folic acid an...
1. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 2. Increasing the fibre in your diet 3. Increase your fluid intake 4. Avoid straining and constipation 5. Maintain active life style 6. Curd is good for u. 7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods Homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details
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I have piles. When I take heavy breathing exercises like kapalbhati or bhastrika I start bleeding. Is it because of piles or some other reasons. Whom should I consult?

I have piles. When I take heavy breathing exercises like kapalbhati or bhastrika I start bleeding. Is it because of p...
Most people use the term piles if they see any bold in motion, which may be just mild from minor injury in the excretion pathway resulting from constipation, or fistula or gastroenteritis and see in the blood is not piles, in all cases. Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Piles can be of various sizes and may be internal (inside the anus) or external ones (outside the anus). Typically, internal piles occur from 2 to 4 cm above the opening of the anus. External piles (perianal hematoma) occur on the outside edge of the anus. The internal ones are much more common. Symptomatic hemorrhoids affect at least half the population at some time in their lives before the age of 50. In the majority of cases, piles are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications, a good fluid intake, and by following a diet high in fiber. In severe cases, the piles may have to be surgically removed. About 10% of patients who go and see their doctor about piles eventually require surgical intervention. Internal hemorrhoids are classified into four grades. grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus. When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided grade 3 - often called 'prolapsed hemorrhoids'; these appear outside the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed back in if the patient presses with their finger grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time. External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid). Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away piles occur when the blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge. Inflamed veins (hemorrhoids) can develop when pressure increases in the lower rectum. This may be due to: chronic constipation chronic diarrhea lifting heavyweights. pregnancy straining when passing a stool the tendency to develop hemorrhoids may also be inherited. The risks of developing piles grow with age the treatment for piles in the majority of cases, piles resolve on their own without the need for any treatment. Treatments can help significantly reduce the discomfort and itching that many patients experience. Diet - piles can be caused by too much straining when doing bowel movements, which is the result of constipation. A change in diet can help keep the stools regular and soft. This involves eating more fiber, such as fruit and vegetables, or switching your cereal breakfast to bran. Water is the best drink, and the patient may be advised to increase his/her water consumption. Some experts say too much caffeine is not good. Simple things you can do yourself to help prevent piles: 10 try not to strain when you go to the toilet avoid laxatives exercise. Ointments, creams, pads and other otc medications - there are some over-the-counter (otc) medications that help soothe the redness and swelling around the anus area. Some of them contain witch hazel, hydrocortisone, or some other active ingredient which can relieve symptoms of itching and pain surgery - used for particularly large piles, or grades 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. Generally, surgery is used if other procedures were not effective. Sometimes surgery is done on an outpatient basis - the patient goes home after the procedure.
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Hi, I have a pain in my kidney (both sides) and the pain spreads like in front of the kidney and it moves to backside of the body. When the pain stops at in front of the kidney it starts at either the corner part or the back part of the body and it spreads to thigh. This happens gradually after one month. For suppose I have pain now it will be alright after a week and starts again after a month. I have a severe gastric for which I have been taking a treatment. Can this be a kidney stone, uti or any other sickness per my symptoms. Thanks!

Hi, I have a pain in my kidney (both sides) and the pain spreads like in front of the kidney and it moves to backside...
Kidney pain and back pain can be difficult to distinguish, but kidney pain is usually deeper and higher in the and back located under the ribs while the muscle pain with common back injury tends to be lower in the back. Causes of kidney pain are mainly urinary tract infections and kidney stones. Kidney pain definition and facts •the function and purpose of the kidneys are to remove excess fluid and waste products from the body. •the kidneys are organs that are located in the upper abdominal area against the back muscles on both the left and right side of the body. •kidney pain and back pain can be difficult to distinguish, but kidney pain is usually deeper and higher in the and back located under the ribs while the muscle pain with common back injury tends to be lower in the back. •causes of kidney pain are mainly urinary tract infections and kidney stones. However, there are many other causes of kidney pain, including penetrating and blunt traumathat can result in a "lacerated kidney. •if a woman is pregnant and has kidney pain, she should contact her doctor. •symptoms of kidney pain may include ofever, opainful urination, oflank pain, onausea, ovomiting. •kidney pain can be on the left, right, or both sides. •causes of kidney pain are diagnosed with the patient's history, physical examination, and lab tests, including blood, pregnancy, and urine tests. A ct scan or mri of the abdomen and pelvis may be ordered. •treatment for the cause of kidney pain depends upon the underlying cause, but in general, ibuprofen (motrin), ketorolac (toradol), and/or acetaminophen (tylenol) are used for pain. Antibiotics are usually required if the underlying cause is bacterial infection. •some people can pass a kidney stone spontaneously that resolves kidney pain; however, other people may need surgery. •kidney pain can be prevented by avoiding those situations that are the underlying causes of kidney infection and/or damage. •the prognosis for someone with kidney pain depends upon the cause, and the majority of patients can have a good outcome when treated quickly and appropriately. Kidney stone symptoms kidney stones form within the kidney or urinary tract. Kidney stones that do not produce symptoms are called "silent" stones. When symptoms do occur, they usually come on suddenly and include excruciating cramping pain in the low back and/or abdomen, side, or groin. Changing body positions does not relive the pain. What are symptoms and signs are associated with kidney pain? Symptoms associated with kidney pain (also termed renal or flank pain) are discomfort (acute or chronic), aches, or sharp pain that occurs in the back between approximately the lowest rib and the buttock. Depending on the cause of the pain, it may radiate down the flank to the groin or toward the abdominal area. Some individuals may develop symptoms and signs such as: •fever •painful urination (dysuria) •blood in the urine •nausea •vomiting •dizziness •constipation or diarrhea •rash •fatigue •chills other signs and symptoms that may occur if the kidney function is increasingly compromised are a •metallic taste in the mouth, •bad breath, •swelling and shortness of breath. Depending on the underlying cause, kidney pain may occur on the left or right side. Sometimes it can occur on both sides of the back; traumatic kidney injury (kidney laceration) may cause the above symptoms, but mild damage may initially have no symptoms. Severe kidney lacerations can cause abnormal blood pressure and pulse, and shock. Kidney pain itself is a symptom that may happen due to problems or diseases of the kidney or its associated structures, including the ureters or bladder. However, other diseases may mimic kidney pain, but are not actually due to the kidneys, for example, •muscle strains in the back, •spinal problems (fracture, abscesses), •rib pain, •pleuritis, •radiculitis, •retroperitoneal fibrosis, •shingles, •aortic abdominal aneurysm, •gynecological problems, and •many other causes. Although kidney pain often occurs on one side of the back, it can occur on both sides at the same time and may radiate toward the abdomen or groin. Pain that occurs suddenly, is sharp, severe, and may increase and decrease in waves is often due kidney stones in the ureters of the kidneys. Pain caused by kidney stones is termed renal colic.
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Hi Doctor, Please tell me what to do to avoid over acidity in pregnancy. 2nd-month pregnancy problem of nausea is very much.

Hi Doctor, Please tell me what to do to avoid over acidity in pregnancy. 2nd-month pregnancy problem of nausea is ver...
Do this 1. Don't take tea empty stomach. Eat something like a banana (if you are not diabetic) or any seasonal fruit or soaked almonds and a glass of water first thing in the morning (within 10 mins of waking up). No only biscuits or rusk will not do. 2. Don't overeat 3. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. U can eat whatever your mother or grandparent eat in bfast. I mean to say whatever is your traditional food. If punjabi eat paratha, if belongs to south then take idli/ dosa etc. 4. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, any fresh n seasonal fruit (eat whole fruit not juice), a cup of curd/milk etc 5. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. Take simple food like rice n dal in dinner. 6. Maintain active life style7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods, carbonated beverages 8. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. It contains a lot of fiber which will help reduce tendency for constipation 9. Drink lot of water. 10. Everyday preferably sleep on same time 11. Take half cup of cold milk when you feel acidity, it will help. Curd is good for u. 12. If its very severe then elevate your bed raising the head of your bed six to eight inches can help gravity keep gastric acid down in your stomach. This is for long term results but for now to bring your digestive system back on track you need to take medicines. For that I need more details, you can consult me.
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