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Urinary Problems

We understand how challenging it can be to deal with urinary problems and strive seamlessly to help you get rid of them. Our team is dedicated to offering exceptional care and cutting-edge treatment options for a wide spectrum of complex urinary problems. We prioritize your well-being while keeping your comfort at the forefront. Come and experience the power of innovative care with Surya Hospital.

What are Urinary Problems?

Urinary problems is a term used for various conditions that affect the urinary system. These encompass diseases and disorders related to the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra.

These issues are often a cause of discomfort, pain, and a variety of other symptoms that can disrupt the quality of life.

Most urinary problems are symptoms of some major underlying condition that requires proper assessment and treatment. Hence, seeking timely medical intervention is a must.

Types of Urinary Problems

There are a plethora of conditions that can affect the urinary tract. These most common types include:

Urinary problems can affect anyone and can often lead to embarrassing situations. At Surya Hospital, We curate the best treatment to help you overcome your urinary problems with excellence and confidence
  • Urinary Incontinence: This is the unintentional spilling of urine. It can be caused by a number of circumstances, including weak pelvic muscles, nerve injury, hormone changes, or underlying medical disorders. Stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overflow incontinence, and functional incontinence are all types of urinary incontinence.
  • Overactive Bladder (OAB): OAB is characterized by an inability to hold pee long enough to reach the loo, as well as a sudden and frequent urge to urinate. It can cause urinary incontinence and have a negative influence on everyday activities and quality of life.
  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH): BPH is a non-cancerous swelling of the prostate gland that most typically affects older men. Frequent urination, weak urine flow, difficulty initiating and ending urination, and a sense of incomplete bladder emptying are all symptoms.
  • Hematuria: It is a condition marked by traces of blood in the urine due to which your urine may appear pinkish in colour. It is usually an indication of an underlying medical condition that damages the structure and organs of the urinary tract
  • Urinary Stones: Urinary stones are hard mineral and salt deposits that develop inside the urinary tract. They can cause symptoms like excruciating pain, and hematuria (blood in the urine), and block normal urine flow.

When should you consider seeing our experts?

The symptoms associated with urinary problems vary based on the type of problem and how far it has progressed.

You may want to see a doctor if you are experiencing any of the following:

What causes Urinary Problems?

The underlying cause of a urinary problem may not always be known. In some cases, it may be linked to an underlying health issue that has a direct or indirect impact on the Urological health.

Some people may develop them as a result of an injury while others may have these since birth. The best way to determine the cause is by going for a detailed evaluation.

How we diagnose you

Various modalities that are used for detecting and assessing urinary problems include:


Our expert team at Surya Hospitals provides a comprehensive selection of modern treatments and therapies for urinary disorders that are tailored to your unique condition. Among our services are:

Frequently Asked Questions

Can medication help to treat urinary problems?

Yes, certain urinary problems can be effectively managed by the use of prescribed medication alone. Surgical intervention may be recommended in cases where the patient is not responding well to the medicines.

Can urinary problems be linked to something serious?

Urinary problems can occasionally be an indication of an underlying health issue. However, this is not the case always, as it could also be linked to an infection or unhealthy lifestyle in some cases.

Can lifestyle choices lead to urinary problems?

Yes, some lifestyle choices could play a significant role in increasing your likelihood of developing urinary problems. These include taking less fluids, eating unhealthy, following a sedentary lifestyle and not maintaining good hygiene. 

What causes an overactive bladder?

An overactive bladder could be linked to conditions like dysfunction of the bladder muscle, abdominal trauma, obesity, fall in estrogen post menopause and certain medications. In some cases, the underlying factor is not known

Does urinary tract infection only affect women?

No, urinary tract infection affects both men and women, the incidence is, however, higher in the latter. 

Still have questions?

It is good to be curious when it comes to your health, but, it is equally important to put your curiosity to rest by seeking expert opinion. Have more questions related to your health?

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