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Gastroenterologist in Madurai

Date :2016-04-01

Nowadays gastrointestinal problems or diseases are increased due to our changing lifestyle and food habits. Gastroenterology is a branch which helps us to diagnose or rectify these types of problems… Gastroenterology is a field in medical science that deals with the disorders or defects of stomach and intestines. The areas in human body where gastroenterology addresses includes stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, bile duct and liver. The functioning of entire digestive system includes digestion, absorption and elimination are all come under the gastroen

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Can food habits cause kidney stones?

Date :2021-06-29

A kidney stone is a solidified mass of minerals that is formed in the kidney. These minerals are found in the food you eat and so what you eat has a direct influence on the formation of stones. There are different types of kidney stones, each formed by different minerals. All kidney stones are crystalline are quite painful as they pass. If you get a kidney stone once, you are most likely to get more later. Your doctor will be able to tell you what type of stone you have. You will have to modify your diet according to the type of the stone. As a general rule, try to limit salty foods, meats

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STONES IN THE KIDNEYS, URETER AND BLADDER

Date :2021-09-11

Kidneys remove toxins from your body and excrete it in the form of urine. If you don’t drink enough water or fluids, the water content in your blood will be very low. The urine will then be highly concentrated with very little water and a high proportion minerals. The colour will be dark and you may feel a burning sensation as you pass urine. If you habitually drink less water and are constantly dehydrated, the minerals in your urine will form crystals called kidney stones. When these stones move out of the kidney into the ureter, the thin tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to th

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