रात्री ओएबी चे नियोजन  करण्यासाठी सूचना ( Overactive Bladder )

  Overactive Bladder (OAB)

या आजारात पेशंटला त्याचे  व्यक्तीगत आयुष्य प्रभावित होण्याइतपत पुन्हा पुन्हा लघवी करावीशी वाटते. ही वारंवार लघवी साठी जाण्याची शक्यता दिवसा, रात्री किंवा दोन्ही वेळा असू शकते. जर यात मूत्राशयाचा ताबा जात असेल तर त्याला urge Incontinence म्हणतात. 40% पेक्षा जास्त पेशंट मध्ये हे दिसून येते.


रात्री ओएबी चे नियोजन  करण्यासाठी सूचना 


  1. शांत झोप लागावी यासाठी प्रयत्न करा:संध्याकाळी 6 वाजल्यानंतर द्रव पदार्थ कमी प्रमाणात प्या, त्यामुळे झोपण्याच्या वेळेस तुमचे मूत्राशय रिकामे राहील.


  1. झोपण्याचे वेळी अचानक लघवी होईल याची चिंता वाटतेय? संरक्षक पॅडचा उपयोग केलात तर तुम्हाला बरे वाटेल.



  1. अचानक बाथरूमला जावे लागू नये म्हणून, तुमच्या आहारातून कॅफीनला काढून टाकण्याचा प्रयत्न करा.


  1. कामानंतर एखादे ड्रिंक घेतल्याने चांगले वाटू शकेल, परंतु अल्कोहोलमुळे ओएबी ची लक्षणे वाढण्याची शक्यता असते – ज्यामुळे तुमच्या झोपेत व्यत्यय येऊ शकेल. मद्यपान कमी करण्याची वेळ आली आहे हे समजा.


  1. जर डाययुरेटिक्ससारख्या औषधांमुळे तुमच्या शरीरात जास्त प्रमाणात लघवी निर्माण होत असेल तर अशी औषधे रात्री झोपण्यापूर्वी घेण्याऐवजी सकाळी घेण्याचा प्रयत्न करा. तुमच्या डॉक्टरांशीयाबद्दल बोला.


  1. तुमच्या मूत्राशयाची ताकद वाढवण्यासाठी पेल्विक फ्लोअर एक्सरसाइजेस करा.


  1. तुमच्या मूत्राशयावरील दाब कमी करण्यासाठी तुमचे वजन कमी करा.


  1. आज रात्री थोडे आरामशीर झोपा : झोपण्यापूर्वी बाथरूममध्ये घाई न करता बराच वेळ थांबून तुम्ही मूत्राशय संपूर्णपणे रिकामे केलेले आहेत याची खात्री करून घ्या.


  1. रात्री मध्येच उठून बाथरूमला जाऊन आल्यानंतर पुन्हा झोप लागत नाही? तसे झाले तर बिछान्यात नुसतेच न तळमळत न राहता उठा आणि तुम्हाला पुन्हा झोप आल्यासारखे वाटेपर्यंत काहीतरी करा.


  1. जर ओएबीमुळे तुम्हाला लागोपाठकाही रात्री जागे राहावे लागत असेल, तर मदत घ्या. तुमच्या डॉक्टरांशी याबद्दल बोला.


अधिक माहिती साठी संपर्क करा डॉ . लोमेश  कापडणीस  यूरोलॉजिस्ट  इन नाशिक  (Urologist in Nashik). : https://siddhidataclinic.com



Urinary Stone Diseases


People say health is wealth and if health is lost, everything is lost. Have you ever thought of the significance of this statement? If not, it is high time you knew the true value of health because there is no replacement for good health. The lives of people who fall sick are full of challenges. These days, multiple people consult doctors when they find blood in the urine or have pain when they urinate. Of course, this is a serious health concern and proper medical check-up to discover the disease related to the urinary tract needs to be done. One needs to be evaluated and treated by a urologist for a speedy recovery. Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis ’s Urology Hospital in Nashik is one of the Best Hospitals for urology treatments.


Also, nowadays the focus is on subspeciality based therapy. Pediatric urology deals with disorders in urinary tracts and genital regions of both male child and female children. Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis, Urosurgeon in Nashik offers different treatments to help children to be free from these conditions.


All About Kidney Stones


Kidney stones are hard masses that are made of minute crystals. It usually originates in the kidneys but can develop anywhere along the urinary tract. The urinary tract involves the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra. Kidney stones are one of the most extreme medical conditions. The problems of kidney stones vary depending on the type of stone. The different types of kidney stones include Calcium, Uric Acid, Struvite, and Sistine.


Risk factors of kidney stones


  1. The highest risk factor of having kidney stones is making less than one liter of urine per day. Kidney stones are most likely to happen between the ages of 20 and 40. Some of the risk factors include dehydration, obesity, hyperthyroid conditions, gastric and inflammatory bowel diseases.


What are the signs of kidney stones?


Kidney stones create severe pain. Signs of kidney stones may not occur until the stone begins to move down the ureters. Other signs of kidney stones can include:

  • Blood in the urine
  • Nausea
  • Discolored and foul-smelling urine
  • Fever
  • Frequent need to urinate
  • Passing small amounts of urine


Diagnosis of kidney stones


Analysis of kidney stones requires a complete health history assessment and physical examination

  • Blood tests for checking the presence of calcium, phosphorus, uric acid and electrolytes
  • Complete urine analysis to check for crystals, bacteria, blood and white cells
  • Examination of passed stones to determine its type
  • Abdominal X-rays
  • Ultrasound of the kidney
  • MRI of the abdomen and kidneys
  • Abdominal CT scan


How are kidney stones treated?

Treatment is decided according to the type of stone. Some of the treatment options are:

  • Medication
  • Lithotripsy
  • Tunnel Surgery
  • Ureteroscopy

The best treatment for the different types of kidney stones is offered by Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis at  Siddhidata Urology hospital.


Kidney Stone Treatment

Unfortunately, one in 10 Indians will experience the unpleasant small kidney formations called kidney stones at some point in their life. 

While not everyone will get kidney stones, it’s important for you to not only understand why you’re feeling kidney stones but also what to do when you have one. Moving kidney stones is not simple, and if you’ve never had a kidney stone before you may not know what to expect. 

In this blog, we include five points you should know about moving kidney stones. While we hope you can pass kidney stones naturally and with little discomfort, we know that it doesn’t always work out that way. This blog will help prepare you for the potential outcomes during and after passing kidney stones so you know exactly what to expect. 

Kidney Stone Treatment in Nashik

1. Not All Kidney Stones Can Be Passed Naturally

If your kidney stones are comparatively small, less than 5mm, they should be capable to exit your body easily. This means that the tiny stones will move down your urethra and exit the body along with your urine. 

However, if your kidney stones are bigger than 5mm, chances are you’ll need assistance getting them out. If this is the case, Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis Urologist in Nashik may recommend one of these three methods  

1.      Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL). This operation includes shock waves into your body to break up kidney stones so that they can be passed easily. 

2.      Ureteroscopy With Laser Lithotripsy. This method uses strong miniature lasers to break up kidney stones into dust and small passable fragments.

3.      Percutaneous Nephrostolithotomy. This is a therapy option for very big stones. This minimally invasive method utilizes a break directly into the kidney allowing placement of a stone-pulverizing device to remove very large stone burdens.

If you have a kidney stone, Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis Urologist in Nashik recommend which treatment is best for you.

2. There Are Various Ways To Help Pass Kidney Stones

While there isn’t a medication that can magically make the kidney stone come out of your body, Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis may prescribe an alpha-blocker to help with the pain. Alpha-blockers help decrease your urinary tract muscles and allow you to pass the stone without too much pain. 

However, there are other natural treatments you can try while attempting to pass a kidney stone. Try to:

1.      Drink lots of water. Water infused with citrus fruits like lemon, lime, and orange can help break up the stones to make passing them easier. This is easy to do at home, too. Easily cut up slices of your preferred fruit and place them in water.

2.      Drink equal parts lemon juice and olive oil. That may support ease the pain linked with passing kidney stones as well as help break them up.

3.      Drink apple cider vinegar. Take only a few ounces at a time mixed with water. This is also a great prevention practice!

4.      Eat diuretic foods. Watermelon, celery, and cucumber may help you move kidney stones. 

3. Passing Kidney Stones Will Probably Hurt

Moving kidney stones is rumored to be very painful, and every person will have a different experience. Being prepared for the pain and talking with a doctor about it can help to ease your fears. Plus, the doctor may be able to prescribe you medication such as alpha-blockers that can help ease kidney stone pain. 

Depending on the size of your kidney stones, some may be more extreme to pass than others. Even if your kidney stone is smaller than 5mm and can be passed easily, it will likely cause discomfort in your back, sides and urinary tract. If the pain becomes severe, do not hesitate to reach out to your doctor. 

4. Hydration is Key—Both for Passing and Prevention

Staying hydrated while passing kidney stones is crucial. Kidney stones need to be flushed outside of the body, and drinking lots of fluids will help pass them along. Water is best (or water with citrus fruits as mentioned above), and there are a few liquids that should be avoided while passing a kidney stone.

You should do your greatest to pass alcohol, coffee, tea, and soda during this time. Do your best to drink as much water as possible. Dehydrating fluids like alcohol and coffee will not help you pass your kidney stones and may make the pain worse.


5. Passing Kidney Stones May Take A While

The length of time it takes to pass a kidney stone very depends on the size and location of the kidney stone.

If the stone is small, it will likely be capable to pass on its own. However, it’s difficult to estimate how long it will take to exit the body. Additionally, stones that are positioned at the end of the ureter closest to the bladder (rather than the end near the kidney), are more likely to pass on their own and more quickly. stones that are located in a difficult place, are unlikely to pass on their own and may require medical assistance. 

Can’t Pass Your Kidney Stone On Your Own? We Can Help

If you’ve had kidney stones in the past, then you know two kidney stone activities are never the same. You may be able to move one naturally, and then need lithotripsy for the next. once you’ve had one kidney stone, your chances of having added. 

Whether you’ve had a kidney stone before or not, attempting to move them on your own isn’t always easy. If you are undergoing the pain associated with moving kidney stones, or are unable to pass your kidney stone on your own, reach out to us. 

Dr. Lomesh Kapadnis will be prepared to determine the size of your kidney stone and the next steps for treatment. Plus, we can operate with you to mitigate discomfort and make moving kidney stones as painless as possible.