A case of urinaryleak after hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) was presented in OPD. Dr. Anand Bhageria (urologist) evaluated the patient and CTscan was done. It shows an abnormal connection of right ureter with the vagina and confirms the urinary leak. The patient was admitted and operated by expert Urologist Dr Anand Bhageria, Urologist, and his team. Right ureteric reimplantation was done and the patient was discharged after 2 days of surgery with no urinary leak. The picture shows patient with Dr. Anand Bhageria 10 days after surgery. The patient is dry(no urinary leak) and happy.
Complications after surgery can be managed successfully by an expert team.

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Simple Lifestyle tips to avoid Kidney Disease

1. avoid smoking
2. exercise regularly to stay active
3. control blood sugar level regularly
4. maintain hygiene to avoid urinary infection
5. control blood pressure
6. avoid stressful life style
7. avoid excessive protein diet
8. avoid dehydration

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Talk to your Urologist about Bladder Cancer

The bladder is a hollow organ in the lower abdomen that stores urine until it is passed out of the body.
Anyone can get bladder cancer, no matter what is the age, gender or race.
Smoking or tobacco chewing increases the risk of bladdercancer.
The most common sign of bladder cancer is blood in the urine.
Bladder cancer is often diagnosed at an early stage when the cancer is easier to treat.
Most of the cases are managed endoscopically( without any incision/stitches).

Always remember few points:
1) Avoid any kind of tobacco use (chewing/ smoking/ toothpaste containing tobacco).
2) Don`t ignore early symptoms like difficulty in urination, repeated episode of urinaryinfection and passing blood in urine.
3) Always consult a urologist in time when symptoms appear so that disease can be managed at an early stage.

A 65-year-old male presented with the complaint of bloodinurine. On evaluation diagnosed as an earlystage bladder cancer, helped to manage the case successfully with endoscopicsurgery.

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UTI : Are Antibiotics Needed ?

Many women in our country are suffering from recurrent urinary tract infection(UTI)/ urinarycomplaints. they are taking multiple courses of antibiotics for temporary relief.
These women may be suffered from interstitial cystitis/ painful bladder syndrome. This problem required special evaluation by the urologist and treated by medicines other than antibiotics.

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