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Urology and Nephrology


The Department of Urology at Parvathys has a comprehensive range of services for the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic adult and adolescence urological conditions. We have the expertise and surgical skills in general urology and all the subspecialties of urology. All our specialist staff have undergone training and accreditation from well-known overseas medical institutions.

Continence problems like difficulty in controlling urination, weak urinary stream, or incomplete bladder emptying often have physical, treatable causes. Sometimes, these symptoms coupled with others like presence of blood in urine, pain in the lower back or tummy area, or pain when urinating, may be warning signs of other more serious problems like stones or even cancer. CGH Urology not only specialises in treatment of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate and the genitals but also has expertise in handling male infertility and impotence.Our inpatient wards provide standard and Intensive Care Unit urology care. A specialised urology high dependency ward caters to our patients undergoing major surgery.


The Department of Nephrology aims to provide comprehensive, high quality, multidisciplinary, compassionate and evidence-based care across the range of issues faced by individuals with kidney disease and other conditions that affect or arise from the kidneys. We endeavour to optimise quality of life and independence by choosing the best individually suited renal therapy.

The Department has a number of distinct facilities, each providing a different focus of treatment for individuals with kidney disease or kidney failure. While geographically separated, all of the areas are interrelated and consistently strive to work together through effective communication and co-operation.

Our Services

Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Outpatient renal clinics
  • Inpatient renal ward (7 North)
  • Renal consultation service
  • Kidney biopsy service

Dialysis Service
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • Haemodialysis
  • Haemodiafiltration
  • 24-hour emergency dialysis
  • Dialysis access planning and surgery


Drinking less water is the best option for incontinence


Drinking more water may actually help improve your bladder health and does not exasperate the problem. Your body must have water to function properly and drinking less of it can actually irritate the bladder and increase urination frequency.

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