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MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Nephrology
Additional Director and Senior Consultant - Nephrology
MBBS, MSc - General Surgery, DNB - Urinary Surgery
Director and HOD - Urology
Urologist, Renal Transplant Specialist
Consultant - Nephrology and Renal Transplant
MBBS, MD - Paediatrics , DNB - Pediatrics
Director and HOD - Nephrology
Nephrologist, Pediatric Nephrologist
MBBS, MS - General Surgery , MCh - Urology
Executive Director - Kidney and Urology Institute
Renal Transplant Specialist, Urologist, Uro Oncologist
MBBS, MD, DNB - Nephrology
Senior Consultant - Nephrology and Renal Transplant
Nephrologist, Renal Transplant Specialist
MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Urology
Consultant - Urology
What are Kidney stones?
Kidney stones are calcified minerals which have a stone-like formation, in an individual’s kidney. Seen more often in men, kidney stones are usually painful and require immediate treatment. Individuals with high protein and calcium diet, with low intake of water, suffer from kidney stones.
What are the early signs of kidney stones?
According to nephrologists, some early signs of kidney stones include
Pain and burning sensation while urinating
Urine not passing completely
Cloudy urine with an offensive smell
Nausea and vomiting
Colour changes in urine to brown, pinkish or red
Pain in the lower abdomen and groin region
How are Kidney stones diagnosed?
A nephrologist after taking a detailed medical history, and noting the symptoms, advises certain diagnostic tests, and procedures. These tests help confirm the diagnosis and include
A blood test to test levels of calcium and uric acid
Diagnostic imaging including CT scan, X-ray or an ultrasound
What are the treatment options available for kidney stones?
After confirming the diagnosis, depending on the size of the stone, the doctor determines the course of treatment. Different treatment options available under Kidney Stone Treatment in Delhi include
Medications to help pass the kidney stones and relieve some pain. Doctors also encourage high consumption of water.
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy is sound waves to break down the stones so that they can pass with the urine easily.
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is a surgery done under general anaesthesia in which the kidney stones are removed through small incisions on the back.
How can one prevent Kidney stones?
One can prevent kidney stones by doing the following
Consume a good amount of water. At least 2 litres of urine should pass daily.
Decrease consumption of calcium oxalate in the diet
Low protein diet and low iodine is advisable
Avoid calcium supplements
Exercise and lead a healthy lifestyle
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