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    Dr Bhandari is professor of Urology and the Vice Chancellor of KG Medical University at Lucknow.

Questions Answered by me

I would not take decision to operate upon you simply because your penis is curved. If you have no pain, if you have good erection and if you have...

Answered on : 11 Oct 2009

It is usual following TURP. Since the prostatic component of semen disappears and bladder neck is left wider the sperms get to the bladder. There...

Answered on : 09 Oct 2009

In view of your symptoms it is clear that you have urinary tract infection. It the stones are too small or they are not causing any hydronephrotic...

Answered on : 06 Oct 2009

Yes, if there is fissure it may explain your frequency hence it is worth getting it ruled out and treated appropriately.


In view...

Answered on : 20 Aug 2009

Haematoma or collection of blood in scrotum is not a uncommon happening after surgery such as hernia. This happens as the scrotum has lot of blood...

Answered on : 24 Apr 2009

The normal seminal fluid is viscid but gets liquefied with time. The poor quality of sperms including the loss of head has no definite cause....

Answered on : 02 Apr 2009

Your mother being a female and particularly in her age group is prone to have urinary infection. It is important to know the current status of her...

Answered on : 20 Mar 2009

You can solve your problem by taking time and voiding completely. Even after this if your problem persists, you could consult a urologist and he...

Answered on : 26 Dec 2008

Your father needs extreme caution and a balanced treatment. E. coli is unlikely to be from outside the system. However, it may not be necessary to...

Answered on : 09 Dec 2008

Success of the procedure would depend upon which procedure your urologist is more familiar with. Certainly, it should be done through urethra....

Answered on : 03 Dec 2008
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