Kidney Stones Treatment
Renal calculi, commonly known as kidney stones, nephrolithiasis, or urolithiasis, are hard deposits of mineral and salt that occur inside the kidneys. Kidney stones can have a wide variety of reasons, including but not limited to poor diet, obesity, specific medical problems, and the use of certain supplements and medications.
Our state-of-the-art laser technology facilitates the non-invasive removal of kidney stones with minimal trauma and faster recovery, as well as 24-hour medical support.
Hematuria refers to the presence of blood in the urine. Blood that can only be seen by a doctor using a microscope in the urine is called microscopic hematuria. Gross hematuria, on the other hand, occurs when blood is visible to the naked eye.
Our mission is to restore each patient to their pre-disease state of health and wellness by providing them with the highest degree of individualised care and the most advanced medical technology possible.
Enlarged Prostate Symptoms
Urge to urinate frequently Frequently awakened during the night to urinate. There is blood in the urethra or sperm. Pain or a burning sensation during urination Ejaculation Causes Pain Frequent discomfort or stiffness in the lower back, hips, pelvic or rectal region, or upper thighs.
Our aim is to treat you with no risk of recurrence,no scars,no stiches,no pain.
Incontinence of Urine
The involuntary or inadvertent leakage of urine from the bladder is known as urinary incontinence. It's crucial to have a proper incontinence diagnosis.
Treatment for urinary incontinence depends on the type of incontinence, its severity and the underlying cause. A combination of treatments may be needed. If an underlying condition is causing your symptoms, our specialist doctors will first treat that condition.
Urinary Tract Infection
A urinary tract infection can happen in the kidneys, bladder, or urethra.
Most of the time, they happen in the bladder or urethra, but kidney infections are more dangerous.
With the required dose of antibiotics we can treat this inflammation in no time.
Increased protein in the urine is a medical red flag. Proteinuria is a common indicator of renal illness, however its origins can vary widely.
Treatment for proteinuria depends on identifying and addressing the underlying medical issue. Various kind of medical care are needed for various diseases.
If kidney disease is confirmed, a treatment plan may include medication, dietary modifications, weight loss, and physical activity. Patients with diabetes and hypertension who have proteinuria may require blood pressure medication, and those with diabetes must control their blood sugar levels.
If you notice that your urine is becoming increasingly frothy over time. Proteinuria, or the presence of protein in the urine, is a condition that warrants further investigation. Increased protein in the urine may be an indication of renal disease.
In our practise, we would treat patients according to the underlying cause of their symptoms. Several individuals could get healthier just by taking their medication or drinking more water, while others may need additional procedures like dialysis.
Decreased Urine Output
There are a number of factors that can contribute to a diminished urinary production besides a medical condition. Dehydration, urinary retention, and adverse drug reactions are all examples.
Our medical staff reviews the situation and finds out why the output occurred. Based on the root of the problem, proper care would be administered.
Swelling of the body
Excess fluid builds up in the body's tissues, causing this illness. However, the hands, arms, feet, ankles, and legs are the most typical sites for edema to manifest.
Our forerunners give each patient individualised care based on a thorough examination of their medical records. And then and only then do they proceed with the necessary dosage prescription or surgical treatment.