There are Certain Conditions common to both Men & Women
Urinary stones (calculi) are hardened mineral deposits that form in the kidney. They originate as microscopic particles and develop into stones over time.
Urinary stones may contain various combinations of chemicals. The most common type of stone contains calcium in combination with either oxalate or phosphate. A less common type of stone is caused by infection in the urinary tract. This type of stone is called a struvite or infection stone. Much less common are the uric acid stone and the rare cystine stone.
Urinary stones usually arise because of the breakdown of a delicate balance. The kidneys must conserve water, but they must excrete materials that have a low solubility. These two opposing requirements must be balanced during adaptation to diet, climate, and activity. The problem is mitigated to some extent by the fact that urine contains substances that inhibit crystallization of calcium salts and others that bind calcium in soluble complexes. These protective mechanisms are less than perfect. When the urine becomes supersaturated with insoluble materials, because excretion rates are excessive and/or because water conservation is extreme, crystal
Adrenal tumors are cancerous or noncancerous growths on the adrenal glands.
Diagnosis & Treatment
The vast majority of adrenal tumors are benign. Most often, they do not cause any symptoms and are discovered as incidental findings on either a CT or MRI done for completely unrelated reasons, such as for evaluation of abdominal pain. As such, they are referred to as adrenal incidentalomas. Aside from categorizing them as noncancerous (benign) or cancerous (malignant), they are categorized as functioning or nonfunctioning. Functioning tumors lead to overproduction of one or more of the normal adrenal hormones.
It is common in diabetics and can be caused by Urine tract infection. It is twice as common in women compared to men.
Usually caused by variety of Bacterial infections of Urinary tract. few factors predispose certain individuals to this
Symptoms & Signs
Diagnosis is done based on blood investigations (like CBC, KFT), Urine Test (Urine Analysis, Urine culture), Imaging (Ultrasound & CT Scan).
Complicated Pyelonephritis: Needs Hospitalization and sometimes may need Intensive care in very sick patients.
Blood In Semen
Blood in the Semen may be due to various reasons including Cancer. Do not neglect it. Consult a doctor immediately.
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