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Dr. Kiran Kumar Misra

Urologist, Vishakhapatnam

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My problem is I am prone to frequent urination. and by that fear I don't drink much water. But still I go to washroom after short intervals. This is leading to prb at night as when I am slpy I have to wake up and go again to pass urine. and sometimes having burning sensation. So please help. My age is 26.

Diploma - Urology, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Urologist, Kochi
My problem is I am prone to frequent urination. and by that fear I don't drink much water. But still I go to washroom...
Hello welcome to lybrate. Normal intake needed for an adult is about 8-10 glasses liquids per day. If you're passing urine frequently, you need to get tested and according to the reports, treatment should cure you of your problem. But avoiding drinking in minimal needs will lead to dehydration, which can cause complications. You are welcome to contact me for expert treatment as an urologist.

Dear Doctor, I have undergone Renal Transplant on 3rd. December (ABO Barrier). Could you advice me the diet instructions?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
The first few days after transplant depending on how well your new kidney is working you may need to continue to restrict certain foods for a short time. Your dietitian, or medical team, will let you know if this is necessary. It is important that you try to eat well during this period to help your wound heal. If you are finding it difficult to finish your meals inform the ward staff or the dietitian. What to do when you go home once your kidney is working well you will no longer need to be on a special diet but it is important that you still watch what you eat and have a healthy balanced diet. This is particularly important as your transplant medications can increase your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels. These medications can also weaken your bones so you need to have a good intake of calcium and vitamin d. Continue a low salt diet almost all of us eat too much salt. About 80% of the salt we eat comes from processed foods, fast food, and can noteen and restaurant food. About 10- 15% is added at home and only 5% occurs naturally in food. To reduce your salt intake, you need to use less salt in cooking and at the table, eat more fresh foods and less processed and ready-made foods. Avoid using salt substitutes, for example: lo-salt and so low. Limit fat. Eat more fruit & vegtables fruit and vegetables are the perfect snack food. They are high in fibre, vitamins and minerals and low in fat. Aim to eat 4-5 potions of fruit and vegetables each day. Fresh, frozen, dried or tinned all count! include a wide variety of fruit and vegetables. A small glass of fruit juice (unsweetened) can count as 1 portion each day. Choose fruit tinned in natural juice instead of syrup. Dried fruit contains a lot of sugar and should be consumed in small quantities. Avoid adding salt, butter, oils or rich sauces to vegetables. Grapefruit and grapefruit juice is best avoided if you are taking: cyclosporin (neoral/sandimmum), prograf (tacrolimus) or cholesterol lowering drugs.
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I want to ask that my urine is coming dark yellowish colour from last two months. Before that it was transparent or normal. What I have to do now.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I want to ask that my urine is coming dark yellowish colour from last two months. Before that it was transparent or n...
I will suggest you to get your urine checked in a laboratory and follow up with reports and I will suggest you to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest.

Hey I am male, age 20, I am facing a issue, my urine is released gradually like drop of water comes, it seems like leakage, please give genuine answer,

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hey I am male, age 20, I am facing a issue, my urine is released gradually like drop of water comes, it seems like le...
It is called incontinence of urine. And it is very unusual at this age. And to find out the cause we need more details, proper examination and some test. So better consult for genuine answer, genuine diagnosis and genuine treatment.

I have been on dialysis for nearly 1 month and both my kidneys are not working properly. How can I get them to work and reduce my dialysis.

MBBS, DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellow of Indian association og gastro intestinal endo surgeons
General Surgeon, Ghaziabad
Diet has a very important role in renal failure. Please strictly folloe the diet as adviced and see the difference. Breakfast= fruits only. Abundant amount. Lunch/dinner= half plate salad, 1 katori sprouts, green vegetables 2 to 3 katori, daal 2 to 3 katori, only 1 roti in one meal. Stop consuming milk, milk products, packed food of any kind like breads biscuits namkeen sugar refined oils etc. Stop rice maida potato atc.
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A week ago, there was a blood in urine, so I consulted a doctor he ask to do full abdomen test, in the result everything is fine. But nowadays I can see blood in sperm when I masturbate.

MBBS, Diploma in Public Health ( Preventive and Social Medicine)
General Physician, Navi Mumbai
A week ago, there was a blood in urine, so I consulted a doctor he ask to do full abdomen test, in the result everyth...
Dear lybrate-user, Good thing to know that all your tests are normal. Please try to have adequate water intake, juices. Don't retain urination, and don't get much excited and anxious while masturbating or any sexual activity. It should gentle and pleasant. Don't even pressure yourself while micturation or defecation. Okay? All the best.

Kidney Stones - How Homeopathy Remedies Can Treat Them?

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Kidney Stones - How Homeopathy Remedies Can Treat Them?

Stones in the urinary system are referred as 'Renal Calculi'. These kidney stones are not exactly stones, but are actually hard deposits of minerals that can form anywhere within the urinary tract - kidney or the bladder. There are many conventional forms of treatment available to eradicate a stone, but Homeopathy medicines offer a much more simpler and efficient way in taking care of the kidney stones. Let us have a look at how effective these are.

Kidney Stones
Kidney stones are known to form when the urine becomes too concentrated. The primary reason for such condition could be dehydration. Kidney stones are extremely painful. Pain can be felt in the lower back or, the lower abdomen. There can be a heaviness in the urinary tract often followed by bleeding. It also changes the color of the urine to a pinkish brown. The patient may also experience nausea and vomiting.?

What causes kidney stones?
As stated earlier, lack of water can be a major reason for the formation of stones. The chances of kidney stone reoccurring in a person multiplies several times if a person is not in the habit of drinking water. There are also a few food products that are high in salt that may help in the formation of stones. In conventional medications, there is no foolproof method to dissolve the stone and it often involves surgery. The operation has to be followed by months of post-operative recuperation that can be physically daunting for the patient. Also, there are chances that the stones can reoccur at any point in time. This is where homeopathy differs drastically from the conventional methods.


How does homeopathy help in renal calculi?
The biggest advantage of using homeopathy is that it treats the body as the whole. The physician would understand the patient first before imparting the treatment. The latter’s lifestyle, his food habits and his stress factors are discussed in detail to get the complete picture of the type of medications to give. The other biggest advantage of using homeopathy is that there is no surgery involved. They treat the symptoms by naturally dissolving the stones, and the chances of reoccurrence are next to nil. There are several homeopathic medicines for different types of stones. There are even differing types of medicinal products for left side kidney stone, and right side one. A type of medicine - Canthari, is widely used for treating kidney stones with a burning sensation. The homeopathy physician would be in a better position to diagnose once the causes are identified. However, care should be taken that the medicines should be taken only in the prescribed format and as per the guidance of the physician.

Homeopathy is safe
Of all the important functionalities of homeopathy, the biggest is undoubtedly that it does not cause any side effects and are very effective. Since it treats the condition and symptoms from within, the chances of getting a stone in the urinary tracts are minuscule when using homeopathy medicine.

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