Fluid Retention Treatment

Idiopathic edema or water retention occurs mainly in the pre-menopausal women without any medical history of heart, kidney or liver disease. Loop diuretics such as bumetanide, hydrochlorothiazide or metolazone are prescribed to the patients with water retention to help their kidney excrete sodium. A patient with water retention may find difficulty in losing weight even after doing rigorous exercise and eating low calorie diet.

Idiopathic edema or water retention occurs mainly in the pre-menopausal women without any medical history of heart, kidney or liver disease. Loop diuretics such as bumetanide, hydrochlorothiazide or metolazone are prescribed to the patients with wate ... More

Health Q&A
Alternative to neeri tab

I am a 25 year old woman having stone in my left kidney (20 mm). I have been using Neeri tab from 1 month but no improvement is seen. Can u suggest some alternative medicines?

High Creatinine Level

Does Foamy urine get stopped by itself . I used to see lot of bubbles when I urinate and now a days it has stopped. does in mean that there is no more protein in my urine. Is my kidney getting back to normal . I am taking Hypertension medication and I mostly keep by BP below 140/90

Pus cell count 10-15

I was suffering from fever/cold for few days and had headache and weakness after i recovered. Now i am recovered but my blood and urine test results, every thing is normal in blood test but my pus cell count is 10-15 cells/hpf and epithelial cells are 2-3 cells/hpf. All other counts/results are within average. I can see pus cells are above normal. Is it a issue. What should i do? I have attached a screenshot of test. Thanks

Renal problem

My uncle has undergone balloon angioplasty on 07.02.17. He has developed some renal problem on 10.02.17 since then he is not pissing . Blood urea is198 and creatinine is 4.75. Please suggest what should be done.

Kidney stone

I have kidney stone in size 8×6 mm in size. My doctor said doing laser n breaking the stone is only option to cure it. But I would like to get rid of this stone by medicines / syrup. Is it possible to get rid of stone of this size by medicines? I have attached my CT scan report and test report for your reference. Thanks for your help in advance.

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