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Renal Disorders

Renal disorders refers to any disease of the kidneys.Urological disorders are diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract.This includes: Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra.Male reproductive organs including the testes, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, and penis.

Common Renal Disorders we are specialist in:

  • Kidney stones
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Chronic renal failure
  • Benign prostate Hypertrophy
  • Incontinence of urine
  • Albuminuria
  • Cystitis

Signs & Symptoms

The kidneys have important tasks to perform in the human system. These are
(i) regulation of the volume of the body fluids
(ii) elimination of inorganic ions both cations (e.g. Na+, K+) or anions (e.g. Cl', phosphate, SO4) from the body
(iii) maintenance of appropriate plasma concentration of non-electrolytes such as glucose and urea
(iv) maintaining electrolyte balance by H+ and OH- ions and thus adidity or alkalinity of the blood
(v) elimination of waste products especially the nitrogen and sulphur containing substances as well as the toxic substances (e.g. drugs) which have entered the body
(vi) retention of substances vital to body economy.

These also have some more functions. Major diseases or Kidney disorders are Anuria or oliguria (complete to cessation or less formation of urine), polyuria (frequent passage of small quantities of urine), abnormal constituents in urine (e.g. blood, pus etc.), Nephritis, pyelitis (inflamanation of the parenchyma & pelvis of the Kidney) uraemia (i.e.renal failure causing retention of abnormal amounts of urea in the blood), renal colic due to calculus or such other condition, Dysuria (painfull passage of urine).

A simple Urine test for Albumin and a Blood test for Serum Creatinine. The increased level of Albumin and Serum Creatinine will tell if the kidneys are getting effected. Other symptoms which show kidney problems are: High Blood Pressure, Decreased Hoemoglobin and High Blood Urea.

Causes of Kidney Damage

Basically human health miseries could be attributed to:

  • abnormalities in anatomical and physiological level,
  • interaction or stress of biotic factors (various in fections),
  • Abiotic stress which includes Ahar, Vihar and Achar,
  • mental imbalance due to predominence of tamsik and rajsik bhavas rather than Sattvik and
  • easy entry of microvita owing to suitability of mental and physical bodies.

Besides above a new dimension is added by adverse side effects of modern allopathic medicines. Most probably this is due to administering active ingredients in pure form. This certainly provides quick action but at the same time damages the system in other ways. The crude medication system of Ayurveda allows the human system to assimilate the active ingredient as well as some related compounds in a natural way and thus avoids any such bad effects on the system. One of the potent causes of increasing incidences of kidney disorders, today, is the side effects of modern medicines or wrong medication or over dosages in certain cases.

Risks of having a kidney disease

Anyone can develop kidney disease but you are at a higher risk if you:

  • Have diabetes
  • Have high blood pressure
  • Have a history of kidney disease in family
  • Over 60 years old

How We Treat

Ayurveda provides the best treatments. Ayurveda adopts three approaches to tackle a human malady. These are :-

  • toning up the weak bodily system.
  • prevention of disorder.
  • treating the disorder or disease through medicines.