Skilled kidney stones removal clinic by UroGynecology Chennai, India? Large kidney stones cannot be passed through urine. They have to be surgically taken out or they have to be broken into tiny pieces and let them pass through urine. There are several different approaches available today. Your urologist will decide on the type of treatment that’s best for you after taking a look at the reports. ESWL – Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy. This non-invasive procedure uses shock waves (strong electromagnetic waves) that will be precisely pointed at the kidney stones. Due to the energy passed to the stones, they break up into tiny pieces which will eventually come out through urine. This is a little painful procedure performed for around 60 minutes. You will be put under anesthesia before the procedure starts. The procedure will leave bruises on the back or abdomen, but eventually they will go away. You may feel pain when passing the small stones and may even see urine in blood.
Dr.Manu, a student of Madras Medical College, Chennai finished her Diploma in Anaesthesia from Stanley Medical college with special interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia. She however found her niche in Gynecology and completed her MRCOG from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, London, UK. She underwent advanced training in Reproductive Medicine, Hysteroscopy and Laparoscopic surgery from GlenEagles hospital Singapore.
Kidneys filter out waste matter and fluids from blood. That waste is sent to excretion organs and passed out of the body. When the amount of fluids are less in the body (say,a person is not drinking enough water), there will be more solid waste that gets stuck inside the kidney. This waste turns into stone like structures resulting in Kidney Stones. Small and tiny stones can be found in many people and the body ejects it without any problems. If the stones are bigger in size, they get stuck and the body will not be able to eject them out. Discover even more info at Kidney stones removal in Chennai.
Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators: Also called SERMs. Not much research is available on this therapy but the medicines administered works by lowering the estrogen levels but not cause the symptoms of menopause. This ‘selectively’ works on shrinking the fibroids. These are similar to birth controlling IUDs (like copper T) that are placed inside the body. But, these devices release hormone progestin which helps in controlling bleeding and cramps. They don’t actually shrink the fibroids.
Pelvic Floor surgery has come a long way since its inception in the early 1960’s. The gadgets and gizmos that were available for the surgeons to play with increased and improved with advancements in technology. The latest entrant into this field is the Ho Yag Laser. The Institute which is a part of GAURI, opened in June2014 after Dr.Karthik Gunasekaran’s specialized training with Lasers. The laser beam is a fine cutting and coagulating tool and can be used for a good range of pelvic floor surgeries. The tissue that comes in contact with the laser beam separates seamlessly and the blood loss is non existent.The AURIGA German Ho Yag Laser system that the institute uses is a fabulous vessel sealer and cutter. The charring is limited to a minimum and this prevents adhesion formation. See extra information on here.