Dr. Ashish Saini with an experience of 14 years is one the leading pediatric urologist in Delhi. He has completed his medical studies from a premier Medical institute, Kings George Medical College, Lucknow and has been an expert when it comes to treatment of urological conditions in children of all ages springing from newborns to young adults.
The clinic provides treatment for multiple conditions and uses a wide spectrum of testing and evaluations techniques, surgeries and other approaches to help subjects get better. Moreover , the individualize and customized strategies offered for every child helps the team at the Advanced Excel Urology clinic to work closely with the child and their families to guarantee a complete diagnostic and treatment process.
could be defined as nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis which is an uncontrolled urination procedure while the child is asleep. Looking at the circumstances, our doctor may suggest the following to distinguish the underlying cause of bed-wetting and help determine treatment.
Causes of bed Wetting could be
Many boys are born with a condition called hypospadias wherein the penis does not work well but also doesn't look normal. Doctor Ashish Saini, well known Pediatric urologists have come up with many surgical techniques to fix this problem.
Hypospadias could be defined as a common birth defect where the meatus isn't at the tip of the penis. The meatus in such condition i is usually found near the end of the penis or it may also be located in the middle of the penile shaft.
The cause is not specific but it is believed that Hypospadias may be originated due to problems with hormones between weeks 9 and 12 of pregnancy. During this time, male hormones tell the body to form the urethra and foreskin.
Hypospadias is fixed with surgery and a handful of techniques have been used by pediatric urologists.The purpose of any type of hypospadias surgery is to make a normal, straight penis with a urinary channel that ends at or near the tip.
Phimosis is described as the failure to retract the skin covering the glans of the penis. The disorder may appear as a tight ring or “rubber band” of foreskin around the tip of the penis, preventing full retraction. The ailment is split into two forms physiologic and pathologic. Phimosis is normal for the uncircumcised infant/child and usually fixes at around 5-7 years of age whereas Pathologic phimosis may occur due to scarring, infection or inflammation. Phimosis treatment may vary depending on the child and the severity of phimosis. the treatment includes gentle daily manual retraction, topical corticosteroid ointment application or circumcision.
An undescended testicle is commonly observed among baby boys born prematurely and could be defined as a condition wherein the testicle hasn't migrated into its proper position in the bag of skin hovering below the penis before birth. Generally, the undescended testicle moves into the proper position on its own, within the first few months of life.
The precise cause of an undescended testicle isn't clear and this may be because of a combination of genetics, maternal health, and other environmental circumstances which might interrupt the hormones, physical changes and nerve action that impact the development of the testicles.