Pediatric & Female Urology

Pediatric Urology

Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar specializes in pediatric urology and is qualified to diagnose, treat, and manage urogenital conditions that affect children. These issues can arise when children have problems with either passing urine or passing stool. The pediatric urology subspecialty team at Shanti Madan Hospital is well-trained to take care of the special needs of children and their parents while addressing potentially sensitive and embarrassing subjects related to genitalia and voiding problems. We provide a soothing and unhurried atmosphere for the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of urological and genital issues in children to assist in putting the kid at rest.

Children with urology, genitourinary health, or neurological function problems may take advantage of our extensive array of inpatient and outpatient surgical options, including minimally invasive procedures

such as laparoscopy and endourologic stone management. In addition, we can provide your kid with the full benefits of minimally invasive surgery because of our specialized pediatric endourology equipment and small-sized pediatric laparoscopic tools.

Visit Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, immediately if your child's paediatrician advises that he or she should consult with a pediatric urologist.

Female Urology

Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar is the urology clinic in the area to include a wing devoted only to caring for female patients. Specialist urologists treat disorders, including incontinence and urinary tract infections, whereas gynaecologists operate on vaginal and pelvic prolapse and other conditions affecting women's pelvic regions. Women with urological issues may not seek treatment because they underestimate the prevalence of their condition and its amenability to medical intervention.

With the greatest medical care and compassionate touch, we create individualized plans of care for each patient to ensure they get well as quickly as possible, recover fully, and have a better quality of life. Female urology provides patients with various treatment options, and we urge patients to collaborate with their urologists to discover the

best answer. Some patients may benefit most from surgery, while others may respond better to medication or behavioural treatment (such as bladder retraining). The best results for certain patients may be achieved by combining two or even three different therapies. Collaborating with your urologist is a great way to obtain the necessary care.

Female Urinary Incontinence

Knowing what kind of urinary Incontinence you have and your symptoms can usually tell your doctor. This information will help decide how to treat someone. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, will probably start by getting a full history and physical test. Then, you might be asked to do a simple thing that shows Incontinence, like coughing.

Doctors at the Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, have had extra training in how the Bladder and urinary system work. They are experts at diagnosing and treating urinary Incontinence and have worked with people who have tried other treatments that didn't.

Urinary Tract Infections

The kidneys, the ureters, the Bladder, and the urethra are the several components that make up the urinary system. An infection in any portion of the urinary system is referred to as a urinary tract infection (UTI). The urethra and the Bladder are the most common sites for infections in the lower urinary system. Women are more likely than men to get an infection in their urinary tract. If you have a bladder infection, it may be quite uncomfortable. Yet if a UTI spreads to the kidneys, significant complications might arise.

Antibiotics are a standard treatment for urinary tract infections prescribed by Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar. Prevention is key when it comes to urinary tract infections.

Post Delivery Urinary Problems

Problems with controlling your Bladder can happen during pregnancy or after giving birth. As your baby grows, he or she can put a lot of pressure on your Bladder. This can cause urine to leak (Incontinence). Some things that can make it hard to control your Bladder are pelvic organ prolapse, weak pelvic floor muscles, and damage to the pelvic nerves. People often tell you to do Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles and regain control of your Bladder.

Most problems with bladder control during or after pregnancy go away over time. Still, you should talk to your doctor Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, if the problem lasts more than six weeks after giving birth. Keeping a diary of when you go to the bathroom is a good idea. In this diary, you should write down how often and when you leak urine.

Overactive Bladder

An overactive Bladder makes you feel like you have to go to the bathroom often and quickly, and it can be hard to hold it in. You may feel like you have to go to the bathroom a lot during the day and night. You may also lose urine by accident (urgency incontinence).

If your Bladder is too active, you might feel embarrassed, stay alone, or cut back on your work and social life. The good news is that a quick test can tell if your overactive bladder symptoms are caused by something specific.

You may control the symptoms of an overactive bladder by changing your diet, timing when you go to the bathroom, and using your pelvic floor muscles to hold your Bladder.

If these first steps don't help enough to eliminate your overactive bladder symptoms, you can try other things.

There are doctors at the Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, who specialize in overactive Bladder. These doctors have extra training in how the Bladder and urinary system work, and they often only see people with an overactive Bladder. So, they know a lot about how to treat an overactive Bladder, including how to fix treatments that didn't work elsewhere.

Female Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction is a medical term when you and your partner experience anguish or strain due to difficulties with your sexual response, desire, orgasm, or pain.

Sexual dysfunction affects a sizable percentage of women at some time in their lives; for others, it persists throughout their lives. It might be restricted to certain sexual contexts or universally applicable. Sexual problems in women may arise at any time.

The human sexual response is a multifaceted phenomenon influenced by a wide range of factors, including but not limited to biology, psychology, history, philosophy, and social context.

Sexual desire, arousal, and pleasure may all be negatively impacted by a disruption in any of these factors, necessitating multifaceted approaches to therapy.

Schedule an appointment with your doctor at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, if your sexual health issues are causing difficulties in your relationship or making you anxious.