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By: tbowes
Advanced Urology Institute Of Georgia
Dr Patel was awesome. He is really nice and friendly. He helped me a lot with my kidney stones and he treated my fathers prostate cancer. Kudos to his staff. He has a beautiful office and great staff. Love this place!
By: Patricia M.
R V Dronavalli MD
I have had Great experience with the Dr. He has helped me on two different occasions when other Doctor's did not. My husband has also had great experiences with him.
Tips & Advices
Bladders do not grow to capacity in children until they approach puberty, meaning the younger they are, the more likely there are to pee frequently. Toddlers may pee 12 times a day. What they do during the day may reasonably affect this number as well (like additional hydration in the summer or after playing sports).
Enuresis, or urinary incontinence in children, can be caused by a number of things, and many of them may be stressors or stimuli rather than having to do with the body itself. Traumas, incomplete toilet training and sleep difficulties can be seen as causes next to things like small bladder or developmental defects.
Pediatric urologists undergo years of specialized training that help them develop expertise knowledge bases to treat patients. Many pediatric urologists also seek certification from the American Board of Urology.
Tell-tale signs of a urinary tract infection in children are complaints of painful urination, discoloration, blood present in urine and difficulty urinating and foul-smelling urine. Less clear signs may also include irritability and loss of appetite.
The first visit to a pediatric urologist will often begin with introductions and discussing what medical condition has brought you to them, as well as the child's medical history. From then, the doctor may examine the child and conduct or order tests (like blood and urine) and likely schedule a followup.

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