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Dietary precautions to be taken for stone in right ureter - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
Doctor :   hello you are speaking to a doctor
User :   i have a stone problem
Doctor :   you can ask your health queries here
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Please explain it so that I have a good idea
Doctor :   what could be done to relieve you from the stones
User :   in report its written that there is 2mm size radio opaque density seen along the path of the rt lower ureter above rt. ischial spine level
User :   i feel discomfort due to this throughout the day
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   When is this taken
Doctor :   since how long is the pain for you?
User :   exactly there is no pain but there is a feeling that something is blocking that urine path ; minimal pain below my waist region
Doctor :   Do you mean you have slight discomfort during urination?
User :   when iam at work i feel that i shd go to the toilet for urine bt when i go there it takes some time to come out
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is the stream of the urine good?
Doctor :   or is it interupted?
User :   some feeling of discomfort is there throughout
User :   the flow is not strong bt it comes slowly slowly
Doctor :   Ok how long it is there?
Doctor :   Was the CT scan or the Ultrasound scan done?
User :   yes ,done a sonography
Doctor :   What is your age
Doctor :   You have not mentioned about the duration of symptom?
User :   27
User :   i am having this problem since 2 weeks
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Do not worry,
Doctor :   I shall help you with some tips and diet
User :   in sonography its written that the prostrate gland shows normal size however small speck of calculus/clarification seen in lt. lateral lobe
Doctor :   Do you have some specific questions to ask?
Doctor :   ok
User :   and in another report its written
User :   on post void scan there is 30 ml residue of urine seen
User :   3mm size calculus in rt. renal upper & it. mid pole pc-system pc-sysem echoes
User :   mid pole pc-system echoes
Doctor :   Ok I understood it
User :   ok
Doctor :   Do you have some specific questions to ask? I can include them in my advise
User :   what precautions shd in take in my diet & routine?
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me tell you few important things
Doctor :   The current size of stone 3mm or 2mm is not worrisome
User :   ok
Doctor :   Most of the people the stones are detected even though formed
Doctor :   because they do not produce symptoms
Doctor :   In your case they caused the symptoms
Doctor :   Do not worry at this time you need only a conservative management
User :   ok
Doctor :   The conservative managment for now is
Doctor :   taking large amounts of water
Doctor :   say around 3 litres per day
User :   ok
Doctor :   Liquids that could be consumed are fruit juices, barley water, coconut water, limejuice etc.
Doctor :   The diet is one most important thing to watch for
Doctor :   Most of the stones are calcium stones
Doctor :   that is 80% of the times
Doctor :   so reduce the intake of calcium, Oxalate and Phosphorus
Doctor :   The food list that contain them include
Doctor :   Avoid vegetables and fruits containing seeds such as tomatoes, ladyâ??s finger, brinjal, capsicum, watermelon, guava etc.
Doctor :   Foods that are high in oxalate include: peanuts, tea, instant coffee more than 250 ml per day , rhubarb, beets, beans, beets, berries (blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, etc. ), chocolate, Concord grapes, dark leafy greens, oranges, tofu, sweet potatoes and draft beer.
Doctor :   Avoid these too
Doctor :   The important part is the water that you take most often flushes the stone that you have
Doctor :   which might not be noticed by you
Doctor :   Ok??
Doctor :   are you following what I say
User :   are u there doctor ?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   I am here
Doctor :   I asked you a question
Doctor :   are you following what I say ?
Doctor :   the advice I gave you till now
Doctor :   Please say Ok after few lines so that I feel that you are following
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Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   are you able to see what I am typing
Doctor :   are you able to see what I type
User :   sorry on my part bt i was nt able to see ur comments after that line so i wrote that
Doctor :   Avoid vegetables and fruits containing seeds such as tomatoes, ladyâ??s finger, brinjal, capsicum, watermelon, guava etc.
Doctor :   Foods that are high in oxalate include: peanuts, tea, instant coffee more than 250 ml per day , rhubarb, beets, beans, beets, berries (blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, etc. chocolate, Concord grapes, dark leafy greens, oranges, tofu, sweet potatoes and draft beer.
Doctor :   you can take a note of them
Doctor :   You can do one thing AAAAAAA
Doctor :   You can click on chat history
Doctor :   above and mail the chat transcript to your email ID
Doctor :   and you can take a print out of the foods to be avoided and stick in your kitchen
Doctor :   so that the following things are avoided in your diet
Doctor :   served to you
Doctor :   Is it right?
User :   one last thing doctor if u r still getting my message plz tell me if i can eat poori , possibly on my email id ? & thanks for ur advice
Doctor :   Ok
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