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Recently I'm suffering from UTI so i cant do any exercise. Please tell me the easy ways for reducing weight please.
I have kidney stones in both kidneys suggest me some effective medicine nd how can I avoid them to reoccur .3 stone right kidney 3 left 5 to 6 mm nd one 11 mm in left kidney nd one in ureter pls suggest some medicine and I suffer from constipation pls tell aome thing for constipation too.
My mother's age is around 75 years. Suddenly her urine is not come out. Please suggest the solution?
Hello doctor, My wife is facing an issue from yesterday. She is having frequent urination and blood is present in urine. She is also having pain while passing urine. What could be the cause and who should we be consulting. Basic details below is for my wife Thank you Vishnu.
I have been experiencing increase in the frequency of urination as well as mild pain in the pubic area. I have cold and cough which is not as severe and feel not very but mildly feverish.
During ejaculation (sexual intercourse/masturbation) time sperm completely not come out since a week, light pain left testicle (ball, penis,around and between navel and penis, irritation penis (maybe urinary tract) during and after urination. And this light pain left or sometimes right testicle happen since my school age (almost 18 years now) and my right testicle is bigger than left and right one is like attached with some spongy muscles. So, kindly enlighten me.
I am 19, and I only pee around two to three times these days. My urine is quite smelly, color is orangish. If I hold it for some time (2-3 hours) I start feeling a numbness in my bladder (not having pressure to pee but I know I have to) and also feel pins and needles in my hands and legs.
I am 27 years old and suffering from ckd stage 5. Urine output is normal. Creatinine is 8. Do I need to be on dialysis.
I am 18 years old Since last 2-3 months I've problem from several urinating and color of urine is yellow what I do?
Sir some cloudy and foamy urine comes when I urinate and I feel weak after that urine. I do not know what is this? I am non vegetarian and using mass gainer supplement also. Is this due to that?
My child hood friend From few day she needs to go to the washroom for urination after every 15-20 min Can you please let me know whats your opinion abt this Some times she even bleeds 2-3 drops Whats your opinion.
The kidneys filter the blood and eliminate the waste products through urine. The waste deposition is sometimes in the form of excessive calcium, uric acid and other undesirable contents. It causes the urine to get highly saturated. The solid depositions then turn into stone like formations, also termed as renal lithiasis or calculi. There are different kinds of kidney stones, which are differentiated based on its varied constituents. Kidney stones cause excruciating pain and uneasiness. Frequent urination and discomfort during urination, presence of blood in the urine, are some major signs of kidney stones.
Kidney stones can be prevented by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet with sufficient nutrients:
- Calcium and oxalate-rich food should be consumed together. This leads to the binding of calcium and oxalate together in the stomach intestines, before they can be processed in the kidneys. This helps to control the formation of calcium and oxalate depositions in the kidneys.
- Do not cut down on calcium. Since most of the kidney stones are found to be calcium depositions, many people tend to cut down on their calcium intake. It is important to continue with food that is rich in calcium such as milk. However, it is necessary to reduce intake of other calcium supplements. Decrease in calcium can lead to degeneration and deformation in bones and muscles.
- Too much of red meat consumption and high fat dairy products can lead to the formation of stones in the kidneys. Animal protein is rich in purine that increases uric acid, saturating the urine and creating stones. It is important to balance your diet by including lots of green vegetables, whole grains, fibres, fruits and low-fat dairy products. Opt for non-animal protein such as lentils or legumes.
- Cut down on sugary and aerated drinks. They contribute to the formation of depositions due to their high and unhealthy levels of fructose and preservatives.
- Reduce or abstain from alcohol. Alcohol is known for its multiple disadvantages to the human body. It has also been found to increase the levels of uric acid in blood.
- Keep your body hydrated. Drink adequate quantity of water throughout the day, preferably 3 litres or more depending on your physical activities. It prevents the solidification of the depositions and helps to eliminate wastes smoothly.
- Increase the intake of anti-oxidants in the form of green tea, dark chocolates and fruits.
- Lower the intake of salt. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a urologist.