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Manama, Bahrain
The Royal Bahrain Hospital is a multi-specialty hospital in the Kingdom of Bahrain, housed in a custom-built, state-of-the-art facility and equipped with the latest equipment in medical technology. Opened January 15th 2011, with 23 medical disciplines and top-notch national and international doctors, Royal Bahrain Hospital is fully equipped to meet any person’s medical needs.

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Stone's Throw of Pain




When it comes to painful conditions, kidney stones are the worst after a heart attack. The pain that you feel will be so bad that you might think that you are close to dying.

Kidney Stone Pains are cramping pains and commonly felt in the lower back and sometimes radiating to the lower abdomen and groin. It is sometimes mistaken for a simple back problem. Some people experience nausea and vomiting along with the pain. In some cases, you might notice blood mixed in with your urine. Besides pain, kidney stones can cause blockage of urine leading to infection and multi-organ failure.

The Royal Bahrain Hospital’s 24 hour clinic and emergency room has the expertise and excellent facilities to manage the pain within no time. The Urology team will take over and provide the definitive treatment using the high- end technologies available in the hospital such as laser and flexible endoscopy.

Think of it: No More surgeries for stones, just laser it out and say “Goodbye pain”!

Dr. Ravisankar Pillai, [MBBS, MD, FEBU] is a Specialist Urologist at Royal Bahrain Hospital. For more information or to book your appointment, call 1724 6800 or plan your visit at www.royalbahrainhospital.com.

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