Evidence based treatment for Kidney and Prostate Disease by Best Urologist in Warangal, Hanamkonda.
- Kidney stone and Cancer
- Prostate Enlargement and Cancer
- Urinary Tract Disorders
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Cancer
Symptoms of kidney stones
- Severe, sudden pain from the loin to the groin
- Feeling sick and possibly vomiting
- Bloody or cloudy urine
- Burning sensation when urinating
When is hospital treatment necessary?
If a stone is less than 4mm (or 0.2ins), it is considered to be small enough to be passed out of the body via urine without any intervention. You may be given medication to help with the pain and possibly anti-emetics, if you have strong feelings of nausea. Although many people manage well with this approach, others need more urgent, hospital treatment for stones. This may be the case if:
- There is a sudden increase in severity of pain
- You are being repeatedly sick and unable to keep down medication
- Your symptoms do not improve after taking medication
- If you develop a fever
We have an enviable team of leading urologists who are experts in diagnosing and treating the following prostate conditions.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPC) or enlarged prostate is a very common condition in men. Unlike other organs in the body, the prostate gland continues to grow during every man’s lifespan. The prostate grows gradually after the age of about 50 and by the age of 70, approximately 8 out of 10 men have an enlarged prostate.
Prostate cancer is the most common male cancer. For many, there are no symptoms of prostate cancer. In recent years, there have been important advances in assessments for prostate cancer and at Pace Hospitals, our focus is upon a personalised understanding of your individual prostate cancer risk.
Prostatitisliterally means “inflammation of the prostate” – just as tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils and appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix.
If you have any of these consult our team of urologists.
Male stress incontinence
This can develop too. The reason why stress incontinence occurs is that your bladder and urethra are not able to fulfil their function properly and hold urine, particularly when under pressure, such as when you cough or sneeze.
This can happen if:
– Your pelvic floor muscles are weak or damaged.
– Your urethral sphincter (the ring of muscle that keeps the urethra closed) is damaged.
Female Stress Incontinence
Women aged over the age of 40 are the most likely to be affected by stress incontinence, although the condition affects men also and can develop at an earlier age.
However, there are many risk factors like Pregnancy, Childbirth, Smoking, Menopause, Excessive weight, Hysterectomy for female stress incontinence which apply to women once they approach the age of 40 and above.
Urge incontinence is a common condition which causes the bladder to contract suddenly in an uncontrolled way. Contractions often occur when the bladder is not full.
Symptoms of the overactive bladder
-You may experience an overwhelming desire to pass urine.
-You need to go to the toilet much more frequently than other people.
-You may wake up at night wanting to go the toilet, two or three times every night.
-There may be some leaking of urine before you are able to get to the toilet in time.
When to seek medical advice
Symptoms can develop gradually and people adjust their lives around those symptoms. However, we would urge you to seek medical advice if:
- You are experiencing pain in your bladder or abdomen area.
- If you are getting up to go to the toilet more than once a night.
- If your symptoms are affecting your lifestyle and well being.