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24 May 2019

How Long will It Take for me to Recover from Appendicitis Surgery?

Depending on the type of surgery you had, your recovery time will vary. If you had an open appendectomy, you would be able to return to a normal routine after about two to four weeks.

17 May 2019

Everything You need to know About Enlarged Prostate (BPH)

Prostate gland is a walnut shaped male gland that produces the prostatic fluid that carries sperms during ejaculation. It surrounds the urethra, which is the tube that passes urine and semen out of the body.

30 Apr 2019

Symptoms You may not Expect with Piles

Piles can occur among men or women at any time. There is no prior warning associated with piles. There is presence of haemorrhoids (piles) in every human being. But inflamed piles do not always have symptoms which are easy to realise.

29 Apr 2019

Is Hysterectomy a right decision? know important aspects about Hysterectomy

The surgical removal of the uterus from the woman's body is called hysterectomy. There are various reasons like the presence of fibroids, cysts, prolapse, cancer, etc. for which doctors suggest Hysterectomy.

18 Apr 2019

Kidney Stones : What to Eat and What not?

Kidney stones are formed in the urinary tract. The person can experience excruciating pain which comes in the form of waves. It is essential to get rid of the kidney stones so that the discomfort can be kept at bay. Kidney stones can be prevented.

09 Apr 2019

What do You need to know about Piles?

Haemorrhoids are vascular structures in the anal canal which help with stool control. In their physiological state they act as a cushion composed of arterio-venous channels and connective tissue that aid the passage of stool. They become pathological (piles) when swollen or inflamed. Piles are a very common ailment that may affect men or women at any age. Piles may be internal or external.

06 Apr 2019

How long will it take me to Recover from Kidney Stone Surgery?

Urinary stones / Kidney Stones are aggregation of chemical substances dissolved in urine. When the concentration of these substances reaches a particular point, they crystallize and form stones. The stones may form anywhere in the urinary tract, but are most commonly seen in the kidney and ureter.

02 Apr 2019

A Simple Guide to Hysterectomy - Reasons, Types & Major Approaches

Uterus or womb is the place where the foetus grows in a woman’s body. Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus (womb) and is performed when a woman has uterus related problems after her child bearing is complete.

23 Mar 2019

Some Facts About Appendicitis That You Need to Know

Appendicitis is a small pouch attached to the beginning of the large intestine. Appendicitis refers to the inflammation of appendix. It is one of the most common causes of emergency abdominal surgery.

18 Mar 2019

Symptoms You may not Expect with Gall Bladder Stone

Actually, gallbladder stones are not literally stones. They are pieces of solid-fluid which usually form in the gallbladder and is known as bile. This liquid is secreted from the liver and helps in the digestion process.

15 Mar 2019

Lithotripsy Treatment for Kidney Stone : Purpose, Procedure & Risks

How Lithotripsy is a very safe and effective treatment for kidney stones and It shows fast recovery and good results for those having smaller size of stones.

14 Mar 2019

What are The Different Treatment Options for Gall Bladder Stone?

Gallbladder is an important organ in our body. It has a major role to play because it helps to store bile, which is the substance is released by the liver and helps in the digestive process. However, at times because of immobility of the muscles of gall bladder, the bile which is stored there gets crystallized and as result, gallstones are formed.