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Best Nephrologist in Gurgaon

You can easily connect with a top Nephrology Doctors in Gurgaon, who can provide advanced treatment and caring support for your nephrology concerns.

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Dr. Deepak Kumar in Gurgaon

Dr. Deepak Kumar


Nephrologist  •   

💼  10 Years of experience

4.8 out of 5 stars(6 Reviews)
Dr. Deepak Kumar is a Nephrologist and currently working at Brahmananda Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Jamshedpur View Profile

🏥 Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Gurugram, Gurgaon

Fees:₹ 1200

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🏥 Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Gurugram, Gurgaon

Fees:₹ 1200

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🏥 Manipal Hospital, Gurgaon

Fees:₹ 1250

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some commonly searched FAQs on Nephrology Doctors in Gurgaon.


Can kidney disease happen from parents to their child?

Yes, kidney diseases like polycystic kidney disease are passed on genetically.


Can a urologist treat kidney diseases?

A urologist can see a kidney patient but will most likely refer the patient to a nephrologist, as a nephrologist is best equipped to identify, treat and manage kidney disorders.


Can anyone get dialysis?

Yes, any individual with kidney failure can get dialysis as treatment, after doctor’s advise.


How many stages of kidney disease are there?

Doctors have identified five stages of kidney disease ranging from mind to severe.


What are the two different types of dialysis?

The two different types of dialysis are peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis.


What are the treatment options which a nephrologist suggests post kidney failure?

Treatment options available after total kidney failure according to the nephrologist are dialysis and kidney transplantation.


Do all hospitals have dialysis facilities?

No, not all hospitals have a kidney dialysis facility. You can look for hospitals with dialysis facility on Credihealth.


What are the symptoms of kidney problems?

Some symptoms of kidney problems include puffiness near eyes, swelling in the ankles or feet, increase or decrease in the frequency of urination, cramping of the muscles, foamy urine and itchy skin.


Can kidney problem cause pain?

Yes, kidney problems can cause pain, discomfort and swelling.


What type of diagnostic tests are done to identify kidney problems?

Nephrologists advise blood tests to check GFR and creatinine. Tests like ultrasound and kidney biopsies are also useful in diagnosing kidney diseases.

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