Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers found in men and usually, 1 in 8 men are diagnosed with it. Most often, prostate issues are noticed when men face difficulty with passing urine.
Prakash Nanda, a 60 year old man, had been waking up multiple times during the night because he felt the need to urinate.
Bariatric surgery, also commonly known as weight loss surgery, can be done for obese individuals who want to reduce their weight and want to live healthier and more active lives.
With bariatric surgery, depending on their unique circumstances, a patient could have their stomach reduced (gastric sleeve surgery) or a large portion of it bypassed by rerouting their small intestine to a stomach pouch.
A gall bladder removal surgery, also known as a cholecystectomy, is quite a commonly performed surgery which is carried out when people experience pain due to stones in their gallbladder. There is no medical treatment for gallbladder stones, these have to removed by surgery.
Traditionally, a gall bladder surgery is done with four cuts on the patient’s abdomen at most hospitals.
A hernia occurs due to a weakness in the muscles of the abdomen or pelvis. Usually, people feel a bulge under their skin or a dull ache in the abdominal area for a while, just as Rohit Gupta did when he was diagnosed with a hernia.
“I’d been feeling this bulge for a while” Rohit told us “and it would become larger when I coughed or bent down to pick up something heavy.
“Very often, we see people put off an important knee replacement surgery because they’re worried about the recovery period” says Dr. Nitiraj Oberoi. “They think they’ll be in a lot of pain for a long time and getting better will be difficult. But that’s not always the case.”
This is a valid fear.
A knee replacement surgery is a routine and commonly seen operation, especially for people older than 60 years of age. But everyone who suffers from knee-related health concerns does not always require a replacement surgery.
If you’re searching for the best gynecologist in Delhi for delivery, chances are that you have recently become pregnant and don’t have a strong word-of-mouth reference to a doctor. And perhaps that is a good thing, because relying only on friends and family members to select a doctor might not be wise.
I am the chief executive of a non-profit hospital in South Delhi that at one time had many of the city’s “best gynaecologists”.
Geetika Mehta is a 33-year old woman who has been married for a couple of years. A few weeks ago, Geetika came to Sitaram Bhartia to talk about preparing for pregnancy because she and her husband were in the early stages of planning a baby.
“I’ve always been on the heavier side” said Geetika “and diabetes runs in the family.
Gauri Singh, a second-time mother, had been consulting a private gynaecologist in South Delhi but had stopped following up with her. When she came into Sitaram Bhartia for a check-up at 36 weeks, her doctor realised that she had last seen her doctor at 20 weeks and that she had missed a few important tests during pregnancy.