This is an ailment that afflicts the fetus’s bladder. And such an event happens merely after 4-5 weeks of conception. A bladder exstrophy epispadias is a developmental abnormality in the fetus where the bladder grows outside the body. As the name suggests, in exstrophy, a fetus’s bladder rear walls are positioned outwards rather than inwards.
This condition has a lasting impact making it difficult to have proper urine storage and bladder functions.
How do I diagnose the Exstrophy epispadias in my baby?We perform a series of diagnostic tests to confirm Exstrophy epispadias in infant-like:
Once an infant is diagnosed with Exstrophy epispadias the surgery is the option for a permanent cure. We use the reconstructive surgical technique to heal exstrophy epispadias in newborn boys and girls. The type of surgery is dependent on the severity of the condition.
The best pediatric urologist in town uses the latest techniques to heal serious conditions like Exstrophy epispadias. We choose the right type of surgery according to the gravity of the situation of Bladder exstrophy hence any surgery is performed only after a proper diagnosis.
If possible it should be done as quickly as possible on the kid who suffers from Exstrophy epispadias. Early treatment ensures an improved function in bladder capacity. But it works only for boys who suffer from penile epispadias.
Shock waves are not painful. A doctor may place a stent in the ureter to help pass the broken stones. For FURSL, a doctor will insert a ureter into the bladder and the ureter and kidney if necessary. They will use a laser to see any stone.
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for kidney stones can cause side effects like spasms or blood in your urine. More severe problems are less likely, but may include: Bleeding around the kidneys infection.
Most kidney stones are small enough to pass without interference. However, in about 20 percent of cases, the stone is more than 2 centimeters (about one inch) and may require treatment.
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy involves the administration of a series of shock waves generated by a machine called a lithotripter. Shock waves are focused on the kidney stone by X-rays and travel through the skin and tissue into the body, reaching the stone where they break it into small pieces
Shock waves are not painful. A doctor may also place a stent in the ureter to help pass the broken stones. For Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, a doctor will insert a ureter into the bladder and into the ureter and kidney if necessary. They will use a laser to see any stone.
The recovery time of Exstrophy epispadias is usually quite brief. After treatment, the patient can get up to walk almost once, many people can resume daily activities completely within one to two days. Special diet is not required, but drinking lots of water helps to pass a piece of stone. For several weeks, you can pass pieces of stone.
You may have feel Exstrophy epispadias pain and nausea when passing pieces of stone. It can occur immediately after treatment and may last 4 to 8 weeks. You may have some injury to your back or arm, where the stone was treated if sound waves were used. You may also have some pain in the treatment area.
My son has undergone treatment for Exstrophy epispadias under his watch twice. He is very kind and cooperative. The smile and the friendly interaction with the patient make him one of the best. He takes full responsibility for his patient. I remember when I had this hurdle due to covid, he not just helped but also made sure for the availability of all the necessary things and the measures.
We consulted Dr. Sujit regarding the Exstrophy epispadias concerns of my daughter. The response, diagnosis was simply wonderful. All the possibilities of the issue were discussed, explained and all probable spheres which could lead to the issue were ruled out. The process of moving ahead with all the investigations was very structured and Dr. Sujit was available anytime for any discussions all the time.
He is one of the finest doctors I have come across, my son was treated for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy that involved surgery. The best thing about Dr. Sujit is that he would make you understand what you would be going through in the process of the treatment and make you really comfortable. Be assured you will be cared for and are in the best hands. I will strongly recommend Dr. Sujit and wish people find it helpful.
Dr. Sujit is a very professional & qualified Urologist in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. My son was treated with Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy with great sincerity & advised the treatment promptly will recommend him as a very nice professional & great ambassador of noble profession wish him all the very best.