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Our Urology Department provides Comprehensive Urological Care to both Men and Women of All Ages.

    Urologic diseases

    The urinary tract is your body’s drainage system for the excretion of urine. Urine which is a byproduct of the food and fluid we consume is eliminated by the kidneys during the blood filtration process. The process is carried out by the urinary tract that includes your kidneys, ureters, and bladder. To urinate adequately, the urinary tract needs to work together in the correct order. Urologic conditions include prostate problems, stones in the part of the urinary tract, bladder control problems, kidney stones, infections of the urinary tract.

    Reasons you should visit a urologist

    Blood in the urine

    If you detect blood in your urine then it’s immediately a cause for alarm. Visit your primary care physician right away, and they will help with arranging for an appointment with a urologist. If your urine is not the normal pale yellow but starts looking brown, pink, or tea-colored, there are chances that there’s blood in the urine. Remember that, blood in the urine may or may not be visible with a naked eye.
    Sometimes blood in the urine may occur due to the temporary issues which are caused by injury and vigorous exercise, but usually, it’s due to far more serious urologic diseases like-

  • Bladder infection
  • Kidney infection
  • Kidney stones
  • Kidney, bladder, or prostate cancer
  • Poor Bladder control

    The inability to control your urine can signal a severe urological issue, and if not treated at the earliest it can lead to chronic conditions. The severity can include urine leakage when you cough or sneeze, and having the strong urge to urinate and not making it to the toilet in time. If this situation continues, you will have to see a urologist as soon as possible.

    Painful urination

    Painful urination for women usually means that they can contract a Urinary Tract Infection, and in men, it can mean they have a prostate condition. Some other causes can include:

  • Bladder stones
  • Chlamydia
  • Cystitis
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Kidney stones
  • Prostate inflammation
  • Vaginal infection
  • Yeast infection
  • Pain in the lower abdomen, Sides, or Groin

    Painful urination also signifies stone in the kidneys. When you feel intense pain during urinating, it may come from the stones that move around when urinating. Symptoms may include:

  • Severe pain when standing, lying down or sitting
  • Blood in the urine
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Nausea, vomiting, and fever (which usually happened due to the infection)
  • Fallen bladder protrusion

    This condition usually affects women and the symptoms include:

  • Tissue protruding from the vagina
  • Tissue protruding from the vagina
  • Difficulty in urinating
  • Feeling that your bladder is not empty even after urination
  • Urine leakage during sneezing, coughing, exertion
  • Bladder infections
  • Painful intercourse
  • Lower back pain
  • Hernia

    The symptoms can be hard to detect, but you may see or feel a bulge that’s created by the hernia. The bulge will be more evident once you’re standing. Coughing and other strain will make the bulge quite noticeable. Once the diagnosis is confirmed, you need to get urology treatment without any delay.

    Why Central Multispeciality Hospital for Urology?

    There are many urologic diseases and they are easier to prevent than to treat all you need is the right care at the right time. Here are some preventive measures you can take:

  • Timely treatment of infectious diseases that take place in the body, especially sore throat, sinusitis, gastrointestinal tract, and sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Proper personal hygiene, especially around the genitals
  • Wearing clothes that are made from natural fabric like cotton and silk, to reduce the risk of skin irritations
  • Avoiding overwork, stress, dehydration
  • Managing blood sugar and blood pressure level
  • Following proper hygiene in your sexual life
  • Visiting a urologist at least twice a year for checkups and routine examinations
  • A nutritious diet that includes plenty of dairy products, carbohydrates, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Salt intake must be less, and processed food should be avoided at all costs.
  • Regular walks
  • Taking time to meditate and do yoga
  • Sleeping well
  • Avoiding OTC painkillers as much as you can
  • Complete rejection of alcohol and smoking
  • Drinking at least two liters of water a day
  • Lifestyle measures and a healthy diet play a vital role in the management of urological disorders.

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