MBBS, MS - General Surgery, FRCS - Urology
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Dr. Jha has been a Senior Consultant and Head of Department across various teaching hospitals in UK, India and the Middle-East for over 40 years. He has special and current interests in Prostate Surgery, Kidney Stone, Ureter Stone and Bladder Stone Surgery, Paediatric and Neonatal Urology, Cancer Surgery, Endoscopic Urology, Laser Surgery, Trauma, female Gynaecological Urology, Andrology and male infertility and impotence.
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A very friendly, knowledgeable, experienced doctor who listens patiently, questions politely, examines carefully. Further he is always punctual and available at the appointed time,but doesn't hurry you up ,gives full time and attention. Would like to recommend him to others.
He insured that proper physical examination was done even if we had to wait for assistance He spoke briefly about family to ensure that patient is more comfortable He also explained the situation in detail
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we were not satisfied with the doctor, instead of solving the problem he is only telling that this problem can lead to that problem.
Q: Who is a urologist?
A: A urologist is a doctor specially trained in and who treats diseases of the urinary tract in both males and females. Urologists may also treat diseases of the male reproductive system.
Q: What diseases can urologists treat?
A: Urologists commonly treat diseases such as urinary tract infections (UTI), cystistis, urinary incontinence, bladder stones, kidney stones,cancers, prostate enlargements, scrotal diseases. etc.
Q: What is the difference between an urologist and a nephrologist?
A: A nephrologist is a medical physician who specially treats complex diseases that affect the kidneys such as nephritis, kidney stones, polycystic kidney disease, and acute and chronic kidney failure. An urologist treats the urinary tract system in both men and women.
Q: When should I visit a urologist?
A: One should visit a urologist if there are symptoms such as burning and pain during urination, presence of blood in urine, pain in abdomen, incontinence or repeated urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Q: Can a urologist treat diseases of the female reproductive system?
A: Urologists can treat common illnesses in females such as urinary tract infections, bladder inflammations, prolapse and cancers. For conditions related to uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, they are referred to a gynecologist.