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    Dr Bhandari is professor of Urology and the Vice Chancellor of KG Medical University at Lucknow.

Questions Answered by me

For this stone, until you have severe pain I would go slow. If the kidney is unaffected now, I would wait with hydration and some medicines, which...

Answered on : 07 Jun 2008

Stricture urethra usually leads to obstruction to the sperm flow in addition to some role of the residual infection, which should go away with the...

Answered on : 06 Jun 2008

You need not worry much about high coloured urine in the morning. This is expected as we concentrate our urine while sleeping and in the morning...

Answered on : 13 May 2008

It seems your wife has sustained significant kidney damage on account of congenital vesicoureteral reflux and placement of catheter is unlikely to...

Answered on : 08 May 2008

True prostatic calculi are within the gland. These are usually seen with chronic prostatitis. They by themselves may not cause sexual dysfunction...

Answered on : 22 Apr 2008

Hysterectomy is a routine operation. You should try and get it done through a laparoscopic (minimal invasion) route. Depending upon the size,...

Answered on : 19 Apr 2008

You are at a crucial phase of pregnancy and we would prefer to avoid medicines if possible. You should try general measures as follows.
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Answered on : 17 Apr 2008

There is nothing like prostatic calculi. Either it is a stone in the prostatic urethra which is like a stone in any other part of urethra or else...

Answered on : 05 Apr 2008

30 gm proteinuria is trace proteinuria. If you could look after your diabetes you can protect your kidneys to a great extent. Key general issues...

Answered on : 19 Mar 2008

You should consult a gastroenterologist/surgeon and take his opinion. To my mind the decision to remove this stone would be depending upon the...

Answered on : 08 Feb 2008
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