6 Reasons for Women to visit a Urologist

Importance of Urinary Health The urinary system of the human body performs the major function of eliminating unwanted wastes in the blood through bodily fluids. It primarily consists of the kidneys, ureters, the bladder and the urethra. While the kidneys filter the blood, the ureters move urine from the kidneys to the bladder; the bladder, Continue reading


Benefits of Bariatric Surgery You Did Not Know

Bariatric Surgery or ‘weight loss surgery’ as it is popularly known, is a surgical procedure used to control weight gain and eventually reduce overall weight. It is an effective method to monitor health complications for those suffering from morbid obesity. A bariatric surgery is helpful in controlling conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high Continue reading


Colorectal surgery- Four things you need to know

The colon and rectum are parts of the small intestines, running from the intestines to the anus. The function of this hollow tube is to absorb water and store the waste products for the body to empty the same, as a part of the digestion process. The colon is about 5 to 6 feet long. Continue reading

Arthritis affects Heart

Does Arthritis affect your Heart?

It is a common notion that arthritis is a joint disorder where a joint in the body becomes swollen and painful. In India alone, there are more than 100 different types of arthritis with almost 180 million adults getting affected by it. But did you know that other parts of your body, especially the heart, Continue reading


Why you shouldn’t shy away from discussing piles with your Doctor?

When about 80% of Indians are said to develop piles during their lifetime, piles ceases to become an embarrassing issue. Instead, it becomes a reason for concern. Continue reading to understand what exactly piles are and why you shouldn’t be quiet about them. Hemorrhoids or piles occur when the blood vessels inside the bottom (rectum) or Continue reading


Ignoring Piles Can Just Pile On Problems!

Like many people, Sarita (name changed) didn’t enjoy visiting the doctor — but was particularly reluctant to seek help for her rectal problems. The mother-of-two had been suffering from piles (hemorrhoids) which started from 1st delivery (as is common in 30-40% pregnant females) that aggravated for almost a year. Although her doctor had told her Continue reading