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Stress Urinary Incontinence – Dr. Lubna Razzak

SUI is when urine leaks out with sudden pressure on the bladder and urethra causing the sphincter muscle to open briefly. With mild SUI, pressure may be from sudden forceful activities, like with exercising, sneezing, laughing or coughing. If your SUI is moderate or more severe, you may also leak with less forceful activities, like standing up, walking or bending

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Bladder Health Month Awareness Tip – 1

Bladder Health Month is a great time to focus on connecting, educating, and empowering individuals to take control of their bladder health. Most women are still not yet talking to their healthcare provider about their bladder health symptoms because they are too embarrassed, but several bladder conditions can be treated through simple lifestyle changes, behaviour modifications, or diet and exercise.

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HEALTHY SUMMER DRINKS IN RAMADAN

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims are required to give up from eating and drinking from dawn till sunset. Ramadan has been falling in the summer for the past few years, so it is essential to stay hydrated and drink more after iftar and during suhoor. We are sharing some of the traditional healthy & nutritious drinks that can keep you feeling

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Kidney Disease & COVID-19

Overview Older adults and people with kidney disease or other severe chronic medical conditions seem to be at higher risk for more serious Coronavirus illness. Because of this increased risk for kidney patients, you need to take action to reduce your risk of exposure. Does kidney disease are at a higher risk? People with kidney disease and other critical

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International posters presentation by Urology Department of TKI

Dr. Sherjeel Saulat, Director Surgeries & Head of Urology Department, was invited as faculty in 6th World Congress of the World Federation of Associations of Pediatric Surgery and the First International Conference for Reconstructive Pediatric Urology, held from 30th October to 3rd November 2019, at Doha, Qatar. He was included as panelist on Urolithiasis. He delivered his talk on “RIRS

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Kidney dialysis a ‘life sentence, not a death sentence’

Kidney dialysis a ‘life sentence, not a death sentence’ Most of people have a different perception of dialysis. Some of them thought that when a person comes on dialysis so his/her life becomes shorter. Many Chronic Kidney Disease patients who conduct Dialysis Treatments are terrified when they search for “Survival Rates Of Dialysis Patients.” The low average causes patients to

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Patient Story – Maryam Ashraf

Patient story Maryam Ashraf daughter of Muhammad Ashraf. She was a patient of urine incontinence. She came here at Tabba Kidney Insitute under the supervision of Dr. Sherjeel Saulat and diagnosed that she had an abnormal size of the urinary bladder and some neurogenetic problems (Neurogenic Bladder). Brain nerve messages go back and forth between the brain and the muscles

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