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Dr. Sapan Jain, Laparoscopic,gi,bariatric Surgeon  - General Surgeon, Udaipur

Dr. Sapan Jain, Laparoscopic,gi,bariatric Surgeon

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MS - General Surgery, MBBS

General Surgeon, Udaipur

17 Years Experience  ·  80 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
Dr. Sapan Jain, Laparoscopic,gi,bariatric Surgeon 90% (1068 ratings) MS - General Surgery, MBBS General Surgeon, Udaipur
17 Years Experience  ·  80 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
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I am practising Surgeon since last 16 yrs as Laparoscopic, Gastrointestinal, Bariatric (Weight Loss) & as a General Surgeon....more
I am practising Surgeon since last 16 yrs as Laparoscopic, Gastrointestinal, Bariatric (Weight Loss) & as a General Surgeon.
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Dr. Sapan Jain is a very famous and a highly respected General Surgeon who lives in Udaipur. With a high number of 643 ratings from satisfied patients and an experience of about 16 years in hand, he has gained quite some popularity over the years. His clinic is based at Udaipur and is named as Shantiraj Hospital Pvt. Ltd. You can go there and avail his services or contact him online via text or call. He proudly boasts of his MBBS from Seth G.S. Medical College & K.E.M Hospital in 2000 and MS in General Surgery from the same college in 2003. The professional membership he is associated with is Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery. The services and treatment provided by him includes kidney stones treatment, pancreatic surgery, gastric bypass surgery, male breast reduction, laparoscopic surgery and treatment, gastroscopy procedure and arterial thrombosis treatment. Apart from this, there are a few more disorders or injuries which he treats, such as hernia, deep vein thrombosis, accident injuries and urinary incontinence. Dr. Sapan Jain aims at providing the best General Surgery to his patients with compassion and dedication. He is devoted towards extending happiness and well being to his patients so that he doesn?t get any complaints or his patients are not dissatisfied with his treatment methods.

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MS - General Surgery - Seth G.S.Medical College & K.E.M Hospital Mumbai - 2003
MBBS - Seth G.S.Medical College & K.E.M Hospital Mumbai - 2000
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Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery

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Which is the good way for removal of uterus. Is laparoscopic way for surgery is having advantages or disadvantages over other surgery.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
Dear lybrate-user. We are routinely performing laparoscopic Hysterectomy, it has definitely advantage over open surgery but again it all depends why hysterectomy is required what is the indication and who is performing. In good hands both open and laparoscopic hysterectomy will give satisfactory results.
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Surgery Questions to Ask Your Surgeon

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
Surgery Questions to Ask Your Surgeon

A surgery is a serious matter and before undergoing any kind of surgery, it is essential that you know all the vital facts about the surgery including the procedures, benefits and effects. Here are some common surgery questions which you should ask your surgeon before having a surgery:

What is the nature of the surgery?
Your doctor should explain the exact procedure of the surgery and all the steps that would be involved, with the help of illustrations. You should also know about the other surgeries which too can be applicable and why the one that has been chosen for you is the best option.

Why is the surgery required?
Your doctor should explain to you in detail why the surgery is required for you. This will make you understand why you really need the surgery.

Do I have any alternatives other than surgery?
In many cases, medicines and several non-surgical methods like a change in lifestyle may treat a condition and improve it and a surgery can be avoided. Your doctor should tell you about the benefits and risks so that you can take a final decision regarding the operation. Sometimes, you may be kept under observation for some time and if your conditions improve, surgery can be avoided.

What are the risks of the surgery?
Most surgeries are associated with some amount of risk. So it is better to know about them beforehand. You should consult your doctor about the probable complications such as bleeding and infection. You must be well informed about the effects of the surgery.

What will happen if I do not want the surgery?
In case you decide not to undergo a surgery based on the benefits and risks, you must know what will be the aftereffects if you do not have a surgery. The condition may worsen, and you need to know about it well.

How experienced is the doctor?
It is very important to know about your surgeon and his experience. You must ask him about his previous experiences, how many times he has operated and about his track record.

Where will the surgery be performed?
Nowadays, many surgeries are conducted on an outpatient basis and in ambulatory surgical centers. This reduces cost. However, for some surgeries a hospital is the only way. You should ask the doctor about the best place for your surgery. It is also important to enquire about the recovery process and time. Before going for a surgery, it is important for you to know all the basic facts regarding the procedure. You should ask your doctor several questions to be well informed.

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She has stones in gall bladder and kidneys .suggest any medicine to avoid pain and surgeries.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
She has stones in gall bladder and kidneys .suggest any medicine to avoid pain and surgeries.
Need to see USG before advising. As Gall Bladder stone will require surgery and for kidney stones management depends on size of stones and hydronephrosis.
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Gall Bladder Stone Surgery by Laparoscopy

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

Obesity Awareness

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

Sir I am suffering from ankylosing spondylitis and that is starting level and I know that that is autoimmune disease so I take regularly medicine in my whole life. Sir I have one dout to make a any possibility to ball and socket replacement in my life. And I have problem in my pelvis mainly.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
Sir I am suffering from ankylosing spondylitis and that is starting level and I know that that is autoimmune disease ...
Dear lybrate-user Ankylosing is a difficult disease, but you can leave extremely healthy life, if you exercise daily and at times you start with pain killers under supervision of Rheumatologist or Physician. Only key to remain healthy in case of Ankylosing Spondylitis is Exercise, maintain healthy weight, do not smoke. Do not slouch. Maintenance of posture. Do swimming. Join gym have a personal trainer. In exercise do Planks. Very effective in maintaining posture. And don't worry but be in touch with rheumatologist.
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laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery
Dr Sapan Jain
Laparoscopic,GI,Bariatric Surgeon

GallBladder Stones!

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
GallBladder Stones!

पित्ताशय का दूरबीन से ऑपरेशन कर निकाली २२० पथरियाँ.

  • लेप्रोस्कोपिक सर्जन डॉक्टर सपन जैन ने शांतिराज हास्पिटल सेक्टर ११ में एक ५० वर्षीय उदयपुर निवासी महिला का दूरबीन से ऑपरेशन कर पित्ताशय निकाला जिसमें की २२० पथरियाँ निकली।
  • मरीज़ पिछले ६ सालों से पेट दर्द से परेशान थी. जाँचो के बाद पित्ताशय में पथरी की तकलीफ़ सामने आइ.
  • डॉक्टर सपन जैन की सलाह है की जिन भी लोगों को पित्ताशय में पथरियाँ है, तो उन्हें जल्द ही इसका ऑपरेशन करवाना चाहिए, क्योंकि लम्बे समय से पित्त की थैली में पथरियाँ पड़ी रहने के कारण कैन्सर का जोखिम हो सकता है, एवं कभी कभी पथरियाँ पित्त की थैली से खिसक कर लिवर की नली में फँस जाती है, जिससे सर्जिकल जॉंडिस हो सकता है।

Dr Sapan Jain, Laparoscopic,GI,Bariatric Surgeon

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

Dr Sapan Jain, Consultant Laparoscopic,GI,Bariatric Surgeon

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

Bariatric Surgery @ Dr Sapan Jain

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

laparoscopic hernia surgery @ dr Sapan jain

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

laparoscopic, Obesity, Hernia, Gall Bladder,Piles, Fissure- Surgical CENTER

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur

Common Foot Problems Which Require Surgery

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
Common Foot Problems Which Require Surgery

Foot problems are common among all people. Some foot problems are minor while some are severe and require immediate medical attention or surgery for treatment.

Here are some common foot problems, which require surgery:

  1. Bunions: These are bony lumps, which develop on the side of a foot and also at the base of the big toe. Bunions occur due to a condition called hallux valgus. This causes the big toe joint to bend in the direction of the other toes, resulting in deformity. This condition requires surgical correction. The surgery required is known as osteotomy, and it involves the straightening of the big toe and metatarsals.
  2. Hammertoes: Hallux valgus may result in your other toes being clawed or bent permanently. This condition is called hammer toes.

The damage can be eased by:

  1. Arthroplasty: It involves the removal of a deformed joint between the toe bones, resulting in joint flexibility.
  2. Arthrodesis: This process fuses the phalange and makes the toe stable.
  3. Metatarsal surgery: In some cases, the forefoot joints may get damaged due to the inflammation of the joint lining or synovitis, which results in arthritis. These joints are called metatarsophalangeal joints and they can get dislocated due to arthritis damage. Pain and discomfort are felt. Surgery is required when the symptoms are very severe and other treatments fail. The nature of surgery depends on the severity. The most common surgery is done on the big toe to remove the heads of the metatarsophalangeal joints.
  4. Ankle arthritis: This condition occurs because of osteoarthritis. The cartilages, which cover the ends of the bones roughen and get thin, which further thicken the bone underneath. It also results because of other rheumatic conditions. Pain and swelling is caused with an occasional joint deformity. Surgery may be required when the symptoms are very severe. The three major surgical options for treating ankle arthritis are ankle fusion, triple fusion and ankle replacement.
  5. Achilles tendon disorders: The Achilles tendon accounts for being the largest body tendon and great force is put through it when moving the lower leg muscles. This wears down with old age and causes swellings within the tendon accompanied by pain. Sometimes, surgery is required for fixing this condition.
  6. Morton's neuroma: This is a painful condition in which a nerve that gives sensation or feelings to the nearby toes is affected. The nerves are affected in the third and fourth toes. In case the symptoms are severe, a surgery is required.

Foot problems are prevalent in many people and they may occur due to various conditions or reasons. In case of severe symptoms, some foot problems require surgery for treatment. The most appropriate surgical method should be undertaken.

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My mother is diagnosed with 8.1 mm stone in rt kidney and thickened endometrial lining of 18 mm. Please suggest what to do?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Udaipur
My mother is diagnosed with 8.1 mm stone in rt kidney and thickened endometrial lining of 18 mm. Please suggest what ...
As of now if Kidney stone is not giving you trouble, leave it, but for thickened endometrial lining you must go for biopsy.
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General Surgeon, Udaipur

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General Surgeon, Udaipur

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General Surgeon, Udaipur
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