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Team member of UroFirst - Advanced Urology Centre

 Kidney stones if causing severe abdominal pain then it may be due to obstruction of the urinary tract like infundibulum, pelvis, or ureter. If the stone is causing obstruction and symptoms then surgery is advisable. Sometimes if the stone is very small like less than 4-5 mm medicines may help to flush it out.

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Team member of UroFirst - Advanced Urology Centre

Hypospadias is a congenital disease and needs surgery for treatment. It is diagnosed at birth but the best time for surgery is between 6 months to 18 months of age of the child. It is suggested to visit a pediatric urologist for a thorough assesment.

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Team member of UroFirst - Advanced Urology Centre

Creatinine is a marker reflecting the function of the kidney. Its normal range varies according to age and lean body mass. If it is higher than the normal range of particular age, it signifies decreased kidney function. It can be due to medical renal disease or any obstruction in the urine path. In these conditions consult a urologist and nephrologist for evaluation and treatment. If not treated then it may progress to complete kidney failure.

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Team member of UroFirst - Advanced Urology Centre

Surgery is not the only option for kidney stones. It depends on multiple factors such as the size of the stone, is it obstructing urine or not, what is the kidney's function, is the stone causing symptoms or complications, etc. In these cases, surgery is needed. If you have a large stone or symptoms of it kindly consult a urologist for further evaluation and proper management.

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