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Prashanth J Pulikal
He drives a Benz which means he's clearly good at what he does. That impression did not change for me even after the consultation
I met doctor today for my 7 yr old son urinal problem. It was a valuable consulting with Dr. Syam.
Doctor fully check up my body and advice me to take medicine
Excellent and recommended doctor
I have 4 mm stone in left side of my kidney. I daily drink almost 6 litre of water a day. Can you suggest me some kind of syrup that can help in removing the stone. I have no pain but I feel heaviness in left side of my stomach.
I am 25 year old female. I am having problem in vaginal area, it's burning and also itching with frequent urine but when I went to washroom it only discharge a drop of urine and it come after every 15-30 minutes. The itching and pain is unbearable and this issue I am having from last 1 week please suggest.
I am suffering with back pain. Doubt on Kidney stones. Last year detected stone and it gone with medicine. Now again it started. I am drinking splendy of water even though the urine is in yellow colour.
How to maintain the stones in the kidney generally all mens have stones but how to save yourself from unusual pain?
I am an 18 year old female who is suffering from some discomfort in my urinary tract. In the middle of February I started having sensations of incomplete and frequent peeing going to the toilet more often than normal. I consumed a herbal Ayurvedic syrup for a few days and my discomfort stopped. The same problem started again in the month of March and April. I find that whenever I release vaginal fluids such as during menstruation or ovulation these urinary symptoms come again. In May I started to take antibiotic for the first time but it did not work and then I switched to taking cranberry and D mannose capsules. It worked to some extent as I could sleep reasonably well at night without having to urgently pee all the time. But when my periods started the symptoms are worse with more frequent and incomplete voiding. I have NO pain nor have I experienced bleeding. My urine is a healthy pale yellow color as I drink lot of water but the peeing is frequent and incomplete and I feel a constant pressure to avoid lot of the time. I don't have other bodily symptoms. I am worried what all this could mean.
Last one month, I have frequent urine problem. Please find my health history and doctor suggestions below for your reference. Review 1: Reports: Hematology (Red blood cell: 5.80, Hemoglobin: 17.3, Hematocrit: 51.6) Bio-Chemistry (Creatinine: 1.5, Cholesterol: 227, Triglyceride: 193, HDL: 30, LDL: 164, VLDL: 38.6) USG Abd Prostate: 13. 5 cc Doctor suggestions: Regusol 5 mg for 10 days Result: No improvement. Review 2: Reports: Blood report (Blood urea: 35.43, Creatinine: 1.83, Uric acid: 6.80, Sodium: 142.0, Potassium: 4.45) Urine report (Microalbumin: 18.52, Albumin: 300, Creatinine: 56.7, Albumin/Creatinine ratio: 5.29) Uroflowmetry (275/816) Doctor suggestions: Alfoo 10 mg for 10 days.
I have got calculi in my left and right kidney. One is of 4mm and one is of 5mm. What is the best possible treatment?
In recent times, doctors have seen increasing incidence of renal or kidney stones. Numerous patients are now coming to doctors with lower abdominal and lower back pain linked to renal uretic stones. In fact, the intensity of pain these patients feel has been proven to be second only to labour pains during childbirth. It is already well known that the cases of stones increase during summer, due to the lack of urination and concentration of salts in the urine. However, now the lack of water and concentration of salts may not be the only reason behind these stones.
According to some Indian doctors in India’s eastern city of Kolkata, they have been coming across a type of stones, called “lifestyle stones” which are formed in the kidney and then pass into the Ureter. These stones get stuck in the Ureter causing the unbearable pain known as Ureteric colic. It has been noticed that these stones are smaller in size than the traditional kidney stones. In such a scenario, you must know that when and why must call on a doctor as you experience abdominal pain.
Some interesting facts about kidney stones: It has been noticed by several doctors across the globe that multiple stones can be formed at the same time. They believe that the pain is in most cases accompanied by severe nausea. These are treated in a two-pronged approach. In the first stage, the pain is taken care of. Once the pain is under control, doctors ask you for a urine test. Later, you need to go through a USG followed by a CT Scan. This is conducted to identify the location of the stone. The stone or clusters of stones are then shattered or destroyed with the use of a laser beam or a Holmium laser.
When it is must to see a doctor?
Kidney stones need medical attention. You can’t keep waiting for things to get worst as your entire excretion process is disturbed. The presence of stones will raise the toxic levels in your body. Forget the kidneys; it may also damage other organs. Therefore, it is always advisable to see a doctor as soon as the symptoms are noticed. You must pay the visit to a doctor, if you are experiencing or have noticed these symptoms:
1. Severe pain in the side, abdomen, groin, or genitals.
2. Presence of blood in the urine.
3. If you see signs of a urinary tract infection, including any pain or burning sensation at the time of urination
4. Severe Vomiting
5. Fever and shivering
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