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Kidney Disease – How to Cope with Stress

Dealing with kidney disease can create a fair amount of tension, but you don’t have to let stress be the ruling power within your life. It’s a known fact that when stress is left undealt with over a period of time, it can potentially evolve to become a more serious mental health issue. Therefore when encountering the first signs of stress it’s important that you take any necessary steps to effectively combat it.

Here are some things that you can do to manage the stress of living with kidney disease:

Educate Yourself

If you have questions or concerns, write down anything that you could ask your healthcare provider to shed light on your circumstance. You may have questions about either kidney disease or the treatment you are receiving. Or you may wonder how to find information which would allow you to locate and obtain certain resources. Your doctor can both answer your queries and point you towards the resources you seek.

You may consider consulting a social worker for information on topics such as what to do if you can no longer perform the same career work that you did before.

Counseling, Friends or Social Worker

If you have access to counselling it’s a good idea to utilize the services available to you. When you have a health condition such as kidney disease you may at times feel overwhelmed. Word exchanges with a professional mental health care worker can be exactly what you need to keep stress at a manageable level.

If you don’t need the help of a professional and you have an understanding friend or family member, talk to them. The release may prove cathartic.

Keep Physically Active

With kidney disease, there may be limitations on what you can do, but that’s no reason to let your health deteriorate. Exercising regularly is a way to cut through stress.

Stay Happy by Creating

Apply some of your talents to creating works of art in whichever form is most suitable to you. You may be an artist and love to paint; you may be a poet, or perhaps a writer. When you are occupied with such things you are focusing on creating and positivity; of course this keeps you too busy to focus on things which cause you stress.

Eat Healthy Foods

Pay attention to which foods you consume. When exposed to stress many feel a compulsion to overeat, or else have trouble controlling which types of food they eat. Succumbing to such compulsions when facing kidney disease, you may aggravate your condition to become more serious. This is another reason why it is of utmost importance to manage stress effectively.

Meditate

Meditation brings peace. It can help you to alleviate stress and create an appropriate degree of inner stillness during trying times. Meditation is also known to bring you insight into matters of concern.

Expose Yourself to Nature

When spending time outdoors in nature you are taking the time to appreciate the beauty of the world, and to filter it all in. There is healing within this. Taking time to literally ‘stop and smell the roses’ is an effective way to counter stress.

The above is a practical synopsis of how to deal with tolerable amounts of stress. But if at any time you are feeling overwhelmed you should seek the help of a competent mental health care practitioner.

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Kidney Disease – A Global Issue

Kidney disease is a chronic disease spreading at an alarming rate. Statistics show that it is increasing every year at a rate of six to eight percent. Chronic kidney disease is a chronic and progressive disease. The most challenging part of this disease is to have it diagnosed in time to seek a professional advice.

It may take years for the damage to become noticeable. It also known as a silent killer. Chronic kidney disease goes through several stages, with the final stage being end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), also referred as end-stage renal failure (ESRD).

The main cause of this disease is type 2 diabetes and hypertension. Having both can cause a serious damage to the kidneys. The damage to the nephrons is slow and in the early stages does not cause any symptoms.

In some cases, it could be sudden, occurring due to an infection, injury or toxin ingestion.

When the nephrons are damaged, they lose their effectiveness as blood filters and the body is no longer able to get rid of waste products, toxins and water on its own. This starts to build up in the blood.

The buildup of water and waste products called uremia and it causes swelling in hands and feet and fatigue. Untreated uremia could cause loss of mental function, seizure or even coma or death.

Improper kidney function can also cause several other problems. For instance, not regulate blood pressure or essential metabolites and nutrients in the body.

One of the most common consequences of kidney damage is cardiovascular disease. In fact, eventually, most people with kidney damage die because of heart disease. Kidney damage causes fluid to build up in the lining around the heart causing pericardial disease, which is also a common consequence of diabetes.

Because kidney disease does not have symptoms in the early stages, it is important to get annual checkups. A urine test is often the first method that spots the signs of kidney damage, by detecting excess protein in the urine.

If caught early, kidney disease is very treatable. Treatment can help to stop the disease from progressing and causing further damage to your kidneys.

The use of natural remedies in cases of kidney damage can be very effective. Herbs and nutrients have shown to both treat the cause of kidney damage and even reverse kidney damage. When combined with the correct diet and lifestyle changes, the use of natural remedies means that kidney damage does not have to be progressive.

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Gout: Symptoms, Causes, Diet and Medication

Gout can have many different factors and here are a few different reasons:

  • An elevated serum urate concentration
  • Recurrent attacks of acute arthritis in which Monosodium Urate (MSU) crystals are in synovial fluid
  • Aggregates of MSU crystals (tophi) deposited in & around joints leading to deformity & crippling
  • Renal disease involving glomerular, tubular, interstitial tissue & blood vessels or kidney failure
  • Uric acid nephrolithiasis or kidney stones

Gout: Who are affected?

Typically, gout patients are about 95% men, 5% women.

  • Gout is nine times more common in men than in women
  • It predominantly attacks males after puberty, with a peak age of 75. In women, gout attacks usually occur after menopause.

Gout: What are the causes?

When the level of uric acid increases, due to the inability of kidneys to pass it off to bladder, it starts accumulating in the blood in different parts of body like joints, knees, etc. This excess amount of uric acid forms tiny thin crystals in different parts of body especially in the joints, ankles, etc.

  • Obesity, excessive weight gain (especially in youth),
  • Moderate to heavy alcohol intake
  • High blood pressure
  • Unhealthy eating habit, especially junk food
  • High protein-rich food
  • Fructose in corn syrup found in soft drinks
  • Abnormal kidney function.
  • Nose or throat disease
  • Heredity or genetic causes
  • People who does not wear comfortable shoes and in improper way suffer from gouts. In patients at risk of developing gout, certain conditions can precipitate acute attacks of gout. These conditions include:
  • Dehydration
  • Injury to the joint
  • Fever
  • Recent surgery
  • Certain drugs, such as thiazide diuretics (hydrochlorothiazide [Dyazide]), low-dose aspirin, niacin, cyclosporine, tuberculosis medications (pyrazinamide and ethambutol), and others can cause elevated uric acid levels in the blood and lead to gout.
  • Certain diseases lead to excessive production of uric acid in the body. Examples of these diseases include leukemia, lymphomas, and hemoglobin disorders.

Gout: What are the symptoms?

  • Severe pain in joints, knees, toe, etc. followed by warmth, swelling, reddish discoloration, and marked tenderness.
  • Gout generally, attacks patient late night or early morning.
  • The small joint at the base of the big toe is the most common site of an acute gout attack of arthritis (podagra)
  • Tenderness can be intense so that even a blanket touching the skin over the affected joint can be unbearable.
  • Patients can develop fever with the acute gout attacks.
  • These painful attacks usually subside in hours to days, with or without medication. In rare instances, an attack can last for weeks.
  • Most patients with gout will experience repeated attacks of arthritis over the years.
  • Other symptoms include, loss of appetite and sleep, also suffer from kidney stone. In acute cases, kidney sometimes completely fails.

Gout: How to diagnose?

  • The most reliable test for gout is finding uric acid crystals in a sample of the joint fluid obtained by joint aspiration (arthrocentesis).

X-rays can sometimes be helpful and may show tophi-crystal deposits and bone damage because of repeated bouts of inflammation. X-rays can also be helpful for monitoring the effects of chronic gout on the joints.

Gout: What are the treatments?

There are two key concepts essential to treating gout. First, it is critical to stop the acute inflammation of joints affected by gouty arthritis. Second, it is important to address the long-term management of the disease in order to prevent future gouty arthritis attacks and shrink gouty tophi crystal deposits in the tissues. The treatment of an acute attack of gouty arthritis involves measures and medications that reduce inflammation. Preventing future acute gout attacks is equally as important as treating the acute arthritis. Prevention of acute gout involves maintaining adequate fluid intake, weight reduction, dietary changes, reduction in alcohol consumption, and medications to lower the uric acid level in the blood (reduce hyperuricemia).

Gout: How can it be prevented?

  • Prevention of gout includes maintaining adequate fluid intake and reducing alcohol consumption. Alcohol has two major effects that worsen gout by impeding (slowing down) the excretion of uric acid from the kidneys as well as by causing dehydration, both of which contribute to the precipitation of uric acid crystals in the joints • Additional prevention methods include weight reduction and dietary changes.
  • Weight reduction can be helpful in lowering the risk of recurrent attacks of gout. This is best accomplished by reducing dietary fat and calorie intake, combined with a regular aerobic exercise program.
  • Medical treatment includes pain relievers such as Tylenol, anti-inflammatory medicines, and other medicines specific for gout medications.

Gout: How can diet help?

Dietary changes can help reduce uric acid levels in the blood. Meat or seafood consumption increases the risk of gout attacks; while dairy food consumption seemed to reduce the risk. Balance diet is very important to keep a healthy body

. • Patient suffering from gout should survive on orange juice for a week. During this period, orange juice diluted in water 2-3 times a day is suggested.

  • Once this period is over, patient should slowly start having other fruits like apple, banana, etc.
  • Once patient start showing improvement, he/she should be given proper balanced diet rich in green vegetables, fruits, whole wheat grain, etc.
  • Junk foods, protein-rich food like mutton, egg, etc. should be avoided.
  • Purine-rich foods should be avoided. Examples of foods rich in purines include shellfish and organ meats such as liver, brains, kidneys, and sweetbreads.
Categories Health, Kidney Disease, Kundan Kidney Care Centre, Risk Factors

Kidney Disease and Edema

Kidney patients often have to deal with water retention, causing swelling or puffiness of the tissue especially in legs, arms or under the eyes.

A quick test to see if you have water retention is to press the affected area for a few seconds and see if the skin retains a dimple. Other symptoms may include:

  • Shortness of breath (especially when lying down)
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pain

These conditions may require immediate attention. In many cases, your doctor may prescribe you a diuretic, also known as water pills.

As our body is made-up of almost 80 percentage of water, kidneys play an important role in the health of our body.

The kidneys and the adrenal glands are responsible for cleansing the blood, produce needed hormones, and regulate blood pressure and mineral balance.

If left untreated, edema can cause:

  • Stiffness
  • Increased risk of skin ulcers
  • Painful swelling
  • Risk of infection
  • Decreased blood circulation
  • High blood pressure

If you are healthy, it may be possible to try home remedies to address edema however, if you are a kidney patient, it is not a good idea to try things that may cause more damage to the kidneys then offering any good. It is essential to consultant a professional to address this issue.

At Kundan Kidney Care Centre we can help you understand the cause and remedy for edema.

We offer safe and natural treatment for kidney disease. Please contact us via phone or email to ask questions about your kidney health.

Categories Health, Kidney Diet, Kundan Kidney Care Centre, Risk Factors

How to Prevent Kidney Stones

If you have ever had a kidney stone you know the experience can be extremely unpleasant.  Did you know that over the course of lifetime, one in ten people will have a kidney stone?

If your doctor suspects you have a kidney stone, you may be asked to have diagnostic tests done.

  1. Blood Testing: Too much calcium or uric acid in your blood could be of concern. Blood test may also help monitor the health of your kidneys.
  2. Urine Testing: A 24 Hour urine collection test may reveal that you are exreting too many stone forming minerals.
  3. Ultra-sound Scanning: Imaging tests may show kidney stones in your urinary tract.
  4. Passed Stones Analysis: Your passed stone may reveal the makeup of your kidney stones.

Prevention of kidney stones may include a combination of lifestyle changes and medication.

Drink Fluid: People with the history of kidney stones are recommended to drink about 2.5 liters of water per day. If you live in a hot dry climate and sweat a lot then you may need to drink even more water so that you produce enough urine. A light and clear urine indicate that you are drinking enough water.

Oxalate-Rich Foods: Your doctor may ask you to prevent oxalate rich foods. Cutting oxalate rich food may sound logical but this  may not be smart for an overall health perspective. Eat and drink calcium and oxalate rich foods together during a meal. Doing so, they are more likely to bind in the stomach and intestines before they kidneys begin processing.

Diet Selection: Reduce the amount of salt and choose non-animal protein sources. Consider using a salt substitute such as herbs or spices.

Manage underlying Medical Problems: Some medical conditions like obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes can raise your risk for kidney stones.

Treatment may be required if the diet and drinking water does not work. Consult us for further information. There are herbal and safer ways to address this problem.

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Pre-Dialysis Diet

Patients with kidney disease need to be careful about their food choices to avoid excess wastes and fluid from building up. With the progression of the disease, the dietary needs may vary. The intent of doing this is to

• reduce the workload of kidneys
• preserve the kidney function that is left

It will be important for you to understand how to eat well and how to get the right amount of protein, minerals to maintain a healthy weight and manage your fluid balance.

The goal is to delay the onset for the need of dialysis, minimizing failing kidney symptoms such as uremia and maintaining an optimal health.

General Diet Guidelines:

1. Protein: Protein needs for a kidney patient in not requiring dialysis would be less than those having dialysis. In the early stages of CKD, the kidneys are still able to work however, need to work much harder to remove all the waste. Consuming food rich in protein may lead to overworked kidneys causing more damage to the kidneys.
Eating less Protein helps to preserve kidney function and prevent additional damage to the kidneys.

To calculate the recommended intake of protein, you can multiple your weight with 0.8gms/kilogram.

e.g. A person weighing 52 kg will require 52 x 0.8 = 42gms of protein/day

2. Potassium: It is important to check your blood report to see if your potassium is beyond the range. An optimal potassium range is 3.5 – 5.0 mg/dl
if the reading shows high potassium, avoid the following food items:

• wholegrain cereals, bread and biscuits
• fruits and vegetables from the high potassium group e.g. banana
• canned fruits and vegetable, juices, milk, wine
• nuts, seeds

3. Sodium: The main source of sodium is salt. This should be avoided regardless of the kidney disease. Salt is found in almost all the packaged and processed foods.

Salt makes to feel thirsty which will result in drinking more fluid. Sodium restriction in kidney disease helps to maintain normal fluid balance.

4. Phosphorus: With the lack of kidney function, blood phosphate level may also rise. When it begins to build up in the blood, calcium is drawn from the bone. This may lead to joint pain, eye irritation, itchiness and hardening blood vessels.

Here is a list of food rich in phosphorus:

• dairy products
• dark sodas
• nuts and peanut butter
• beer
• legumes
• organ meats

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Kidney Treatment – Choose the Right Treatment for a Healthy Life

Healthy kidneys are responsible for performing many functions. They keep your whole body in balance. They remove waste products and extra water from your body, help make red blood cells, and help control blood pressure. Kidney failure, also known as end-stage kidney disease, is a medical condition in which the kidneys no longer work.

 

There are many treatments available to cure this, but ayurvedic treatment for kidney failure is the most preferred. This is because the herbs used are all natural and do not cause any adverse affect instead make the patient healthy.

When Is The Treatment Required?

Your healthcare doctor helps you decide when is the best time to start treatment. The decision is taken on the basis of your symptoms, other health-related issues, your stage of kidney disease and your nutritional health. Although this decision might seem to be stressful, yet it is recommended to learn thoroughly about the option you would go for.

Ask your healthcare team to help you choose a treatment plan that’s right for you will help you and your family feel better prepared to make this difficult decision. Each option has different advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to learn as much as possible. But if you are in the starting stage, Ayurvedic treatment for kidney damage is strongly recommended. This is because it slows down the damage to your kidneys, and with time, it may return kidney function to normal. But if the kidneys fail completely, the only treatment options available may be dialysis or kidney transplantation.

Treatments Available For Kidney Failure

Hemodialysis – In this treatment of kidney failure, wastes and extra fluid are removed from your blood. It can be done at home or at a dialysis center. In this process, the blood is pumped to a dialysis machine through soft tubes where it undergoes sterilization or cleaning through a special filter called a dialyzer. Once the blood is filtered, it is returned again to your bloodstream.

Peritoneal Dialysis – In this process, the blood is cleaned inside your body and not outside. The lining of your abdomen acts as a natural filter. A cleansing solution is made to flow into your abdomen through a soft tube called a PD Catheter. Wastes and extra fluid pass from your blood into the cleansing solution. This is a home-based treatment and can be done anywhere.

Ayurvedic Treatment – If your kidney damage is at the starting stage, then go for Ayurvedic treatment for kidney damage. The herbs used in the Ayurvedic supplements are carefully chosen and are free of any chemicals, steroids and metals. The herbal products are safe and have no known side effects. You can take them with your prescribed Allopathic medicines.

How Do I Know Which Treatment I Should Go For?

As your life changes over time, so may your treatment. You can cure your kidney damage by relying on Ayurvedic treatment for kidney failure. The Ayurvedic treatment has so far proved to be effective in helping the patients lead a normal life.

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Overweight, Obese & Kidney Disease – Alternative Treatment Can Help You

Today, many people are overweight than ever before. In fact, almost 70 percent of people across the world aged 20 and older are overweight. Out of them, about one third are considered obese. Those who are obese and overweight, they are often at the risk of kidney disease. Not taking care of your weight can lead to kidney failure. The good news is that alternative treatment for kidney disease can help you take care of your kidney problems early if in case they have developed due to increased weight.

Alternative Treatment For Kidney Disease

Difference Between Being Overweight and Being Obese?

Being overweight and obese are inter-related terms. Both terms mean having more body fat than what is considered healthy. Both are used for identifying people who are at risk of health problems due to too much body fat. However, the term “obese” generally means a much higher amount of body fat than “overweight.”

We all require some body fat for energy, heat insulation, and other body functions. But the excess of fat can lead to serious health problems. The more body fat you have, the higher the risk of diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, and other problems. Being overweight or obese increases the chance of developing diabetes or high blood pressure, which are the leading causes of kidney disease and kidney failure.

The Leading Cause of Weight Gain and Obesity

People become overweight or obese from eating more calories than they burn up. The leading causes of this imbalance are:

• Poor diet / Poor food choices
• Lack of exercise
• An inactive lifestyle
• Family history of being overweight or obese
• Oversized or “supersized” food portions
• Negative emotions like boredom, sadness, or anger

What Should You Do If You Are Overweight or Obese

Keep A Check On Your Diet – A steady weight loss of about one pound a week is considered to be the safest way to lose weight. Ask your healthcare practitioner to refer you to a registered dietitian who can help you plan a suitable diet chart.

Regular Exercise Is Must – Do regular exercise such as brisk walking, running, swimming, biking, dancing. However, the duration of workout each day varies from person to person. Talk to your healthcare professional before you begin any new exercise program.

Get Your Kidneys Checked – Since the risks of developing a kidney disease are higher in overweight and obese people, so it is essential to get your kidneys checked regularly. Two simple tests blood and urine are enough to determine any signs of kidney disease. Keep control over blood sugar if you have diabetes. And, control blood pressure if you have high blood pressure. You can go for alternative treatment for kidney disease after consulting a kidney specialist.

It is important to keep control over your weight so as not to develop any hazardous disease such as high blood pressure and diabetes to protect your kidneys. In case of kidney problem, treat yourself with alternative kidney disease medicine. Avoid fast food and oily food – they are the leading cause of weight gain and obesity. Maintain a healthy lifestyle. The alternative treatment for kidney disease provided by Kundan Kidney Care Centre is all safe and natural. The supplements are all free from steroids and metals. Our herbal remedies not only help you to avoid dialysis but also aid to reverse the kidney disease in a natural way.

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Yoga And The Ayurvedic Treatment Can Cure Chronic Kidney Disease

Nowadays, the kidney disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality. There are several reasons responsible for the kidney failure however the most important causes are chronic blood pressure and chronic uncontrolled diabetes. Synthetic drugs used for uric acid and other diseases are also one of the reasons in some cases along with nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and autoimmune diseases.

Ayurvedic treatment for kidney disease

No matter whatever is the cause, once the creatinine level goes beyond the limits, it becomes very difficult to bring it back in the range. There are however certain natural herbs and Ayurvedic treatment for kidney disease which have shown excellent results in lowering down the creatinine levels without causing the elevation in the potassium levels or affecting the sugar levels. The herbs used together helps to improve the overall health and improve kidney function.

AYURVEDIC / HERBAL TREATMENT FOR KIDNEY FAILURE

Ayurvedic treatment for kidney disease mainly focuses on strengthening of kidneys, restoring its function and improve their filtration capacity. It also reduces the need for dialysis.

There are a number of herbs present which is the alternative treatment for kidney failure like Punarnava (Boerrhavia diffuse), Gokshur (Tribulus Terrestris), Kaasni (Chicorium intybus), Varun (Crataeva nurvala), Bhumi Amla (Phyllanthus niruri) etc.

YOGA FOR KIDNEY FUNCTION IMPROVEMENT

Advance medical equipment and modern medications have helped the doctors to curb the damage caused to kidneys. However, due to the economic and health concerns associated with these methods of treatment, people have started switching over to one of the most natural alternatives – yoga, for kidney ailments. Yoga is an ancient branch of holistic living which promotes the healthy lifestyle through meditation, asanas, and Ayurveda. The biggest advantage of yoga for curing kidney disease is that it does not have any side-effects likewise Ayurvedic treatment.

THE BEST YOGA POSES FOR KIDNEY HEALTH

Yoga stimulates and massages various organs that help to bring the body to an optimal level. Along with yoga poses, taking an ayurvedic diet can help you keep check over diabetes and blood pressure level.

Practice these simple yoga poses on the regular basis so as to ensure the health of your kidneys:

1. Salamba Bhujangasana (Sphinx pose)

2. Ardha Matsyendrasana (Sitting Half Spinal twist)

3. Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)

4. Paschimottanasana (Seated forward bend)

5. Setu Bandhasana (Bridge pose)

6. Naukasana (Boat pose)

SOME IMPORTANT TIPS TO REMEMBER

• Make sure that you consume home cooked food and stay away from outside food as much as possible.

• Try to include more and more fruits and green vegetables in your platter.

• Stay away from food with high potassium content and include more iron-rich food in your diet.

• Opt for Ayurvedic treatment for kidney disease as they are rich in nutrients.

• Drink plenty of water and get 6-8 hours of sleep every day.

WHY KUNDAN KIDNEY SUPPLEMENTS

• They provide the best healthcare experience.

• Together with the patients and families, they meet their health needs.

• Responsive, respectful and caring for their patients and community.

• Honest, trustworthy and accountable for the resources, services, and behaviors.

• Strive for innovation and commitment to continuous learning.

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What can your urine tell you?

If everything is normal and healthy, the color should be straw color yellow. That hue comes from a pigment your body makes called urochrome.

Dark Color: Very dark colored urine could be a sign that you are dehydrated and need to get more fluids right away. Dark color urine may also be a warning sign of liver problems, see your doctor if it doesn’t get better after a day or so.

Clear: This indicate that the urine is too diluted. This can be caused by drinking a lot of water or taking diuretics to get rid of extra fluid. This also indicate that the electrolytes may be low and this can also be hard on the heart.

Bright Yellow: This could happen after consuming too much synthetic B-Vitamins. These vitamins do not get absorbed by the body and are flushed via urine.

Red or Pink: Some foods like carrots, blackberries, beets can turn your pee pinkish-red color. This can also be a side effect of medications or a drug for urinary tract infections (UTIs) called phenazopyridine.

If your pee is red or pink, you should see your doctor. You might have blood in the urine. It doesn’t always mean there’s a problem but it can be a sign of kidney disease, kidney stones, UTI, Prostate problem or a tumor.

Blue or Green: These hues are probably due to dyes in your food or meds, like anesthetic propofol or the allergy/asthma medicine promethazine. There could be some other reasons too, so let your doctor know if the color doesn’t go away after a short time.

Foamy: No matter what color it is, you should check in with your doctor if it consistently looks foamy and frothy. It may be a sign you have protein in your urine indicating that you may have issues with your kidneys.

Smell: Your urine usually doesn’t have a strong smell. But some foods, especially asparagus, which has a smelly sulfur compound can change the odor. When you are dehydrated and your pee gets very concentrated, it can smell like ammonia.

How often should I Pee?: Everyone is different, but most people need to empty their bladders up to ten times a day. If you notice you suddenly have to pee more often than usual, it could be a sign of a UTI, diabetes, an enlarged prostate in men, vaginitis in women or simply an overactive bladder (a common condition for older men and women). We can help you with this condition by offering lifestyle changes and/or medication.

Call us if you notice any change in your urine that does not seem to link with medication or recent meal or exercise especially if the change lasts for more that a few days.