Kidney Stones are a common condition in India, and they usually pass out of the urine by themselves. However, there are 5 symptoms that cannot be overlooked and will lead to severe pain if ignored, read them here. What causes kidney stones, what is the treatment for stones? Know from Apollo Spectra specialists.
Dr. S. K. Pal is an eminent endourologist and is a renowned urological surgeon in Delhi. He has innovative skills and aggressive procedural expertise in various techniques of standard and mini PCNL, RIRS, and URS. Dr. Pal has earned the reputation of an international authority on kidney stone disease. He is sought after for his innovative approach Continue reading
Dr. Rajiba Lochan Nayak is a Senior Consultant Urologist and Andrologist working at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, New Delhi. He has got his training in Genitourinary Surgery Urology from the esteemed University of Calcutta and has nearly 21 years of experience as a medical professional. Dr. Nayak specializes in Genitourinary Surgery Urology, which focuses on the Continue reading
10 Natural ways to prevent incontinence In simple terms, incontinence means leaking of the urine i.e., a person urinates involuntary when he/she do not want to. The condition arises as the control over the urinary sphincter is weakened. Incontinence is more common in women than in men. The management for urinary incontinence depends on Continue reading
WHAT CAUSES URINARY INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN Overview: Urinary incontinence is a medical condition that refers to the involuntary leakage of urine or when control over urinary sphincter/bladder is either lost or weakened leading. Women suffer from this condition twice as often as men. It can be devastating at times instigating awkwardness, emotive suffering, and embarrassment. Continue reading
Prostate cancer: What comes after diagnosis? Prostate cancer is the second most frequently occurring cancer in men and predominantly affects elderly men of above 65 years of age. On the word of statistics, the incidences of prostate cancer in India are lower than that in the Western countries. However, recent surveys depict an increasing rate Continue reading
People with type 2 diabetes are at a higher risk of developing kidney stones as they have highly acidic urine which is a primary cause for the formation of stones. Other factors that can lead to this condition are: Frequent dehydration Diet high in sodium, protein or sugar High BMI or waist size Digestive problems Continue reading
As men get older, they are prone to be affected by a number of life-style related health conditions. Of which, prostate related urinary problems are one of the most common in men over 50 years of age. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that is a part of the male reproductive system and wraps around Continue reading