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Kidney Transplant in Bangalore | Surgery & Treatment | Kidney Doctors | NU Hospitals India

Kidney Transplant in Bangalore: NU Hospitals Nephrology department is boosted by the presence of Best Kidney Transplant Doctors in Bangalore, India. We are providing Best Kidney Transplant Surgery and Treatment in Bangalore. Contact for more Kidney Transplant Hospital in India

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Kidney Transplant in Bangalore | Surgery & Treatment | Kidney Doctors | NU Hospitals India

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  1. Symptoms of Kidney Stones Renal calculus or kidney stone is a solid crystalline piece of material that is formed in a kidney when urine becomes highly concentrated. In few cases, the salts and other minerals in urine stick together to form small stone like structures known as kidney stones. Most kidney stones are made up of calcium. Other components of a kidney stone include uric acid, magnesium ammonium phosphate, and the amino acid cysteine. The ones that are very small in size are usually harmless unless they cause intense pain. If they tend to break loose and push into the ureters, it results in bleeding. Either the stone stays in the kidney or it travels down the urinary tract. Kidney stones are more prevalent in men than in women. The stones usually go unnoticed during urination if the size is small. The problem occurs until it starts moving to the ureter and blocks the urine flow, thus causing severe pain. An urologist can help treat associated pain and prevent future complications such as urinary tract infections. Listed below are a few symptoms of kidney stones that one should take notice of:           Pain in the abdomen or back Pain spreading to the groin area or testicles Nausea or vomiting Frequent or painful urination Restlessness Passing urine that is pink, red or brown in colour Passing urine that appears cloudy or has a foul odour Inability to pass urine or passing only a small amount of urine Burning sensation during urination Blood in the urine People should undergo kidney stone treatment in order to remove the stone and filter the waste properly from the bladder. In conclusion, to help prevent kidney stones, you must stay hydrated; drink at least 8 glasses of water.Book an appointment today to get your kidney transplanted at NU Hospitals, Bangalore, which is considered to be the best place to treat all types of nephrology problems.

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