Dr. Namrata Goel is a nephrologist practicing in Sugar Land, Texas. Dr. Goel specializes in the care and treatment of the kidneys. As a nephrologist, Dr. Goel most typically treats conditions like kidney stones, chronic kidney disease, acute renal failure, polycystic kidney disease, high blood pressure and more. Nephrologists are also experts on kidney transplantation and dialysis. They are usually referred to by primary care physicians for problems related to the kidneys, and while they can perform tests to diagnose kidney disorders, they do not perform surgeries.
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Back pain, fever, chills, burning, or pain on urination. READ MORE
No sounds like an infection. READ MORE
Yes Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. Nephrology Kidney Health Center A Boson Health Company 7015 Almeda Road Houston, TX 77054 TEL: (713) 520 - 6875 FAX: (713) 520 - 6876 www.bosonhealth.com READ MORE
30 mins to 1 hour. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. Nephrology Kidney Health Center A Boson Health Company 7015 Almeda Road Houston, TX 77054 TEL: (713) 520 - 6875 FAX: (713) 520 - 6876 www.bosonhealth.com READ MORE
You will have to see a urologist for further management, most likely lithotripsy. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. Nephrology Kidney Health Center A Boson Health Company 7015 Almeda Road Houston, TX 77054 TEL: (713) 520 - 6875 FAX: (713) 520 - 6876 www.bosonhealth.com READ MORE
Avoid pain medicines like Advil, ibuprofen, Motrin, Naprosyn, alieve and drink 2 L of sugar-free water per day. READ MORE
It means that you're eating excess sugar than your insulin can get rid of. It can get better with more carbohydrate control. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
So no, menstrual cycles not related with any urine issues. Also, urine strip results can fluctuate throughout the day because no urine is exactly the same. Your urine will depend on what you're eating and drinking throughout the day, so yes, it can be variable. And it is normal to have a little bit of protein in the urine and white blood cells as she if you're holding your urine, not drinking enough water, or even with heavy exercise. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
Sounds like Pyelonephritis, usually a bacterial infection of the kidney. You will have to see a doctor for antibiotics and maybe even a kidney ultrasound to make sure there is not an infected kidney stone. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
You may be developing a urinary tract infection, which could develop when you are not urinating much due to dehydration. Keep hydrated, your urine should be almost clear, which is normal. STDs usually have a discharge even though we're not urinating at the end of the penis. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
This is a vague question. Depends on the cause of the high creatinine. If it happened quickly, the cause needs to be verified in order to treat it. Please see a nephrologist. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
Tylenol, codeine, tramadol, lots of water. Avoid Motrin and advil. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
You need to go to the ER and they will call the on-call urologist to see you. The tube may be dislodged. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
Yes. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
No. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
It is not proven to do so. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
Sounds like you may be allergic to bactrim. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
The surgery should be okay. Tumors are frequently on the back of the kidney. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
As long as you have taken the antibiotics, you do not need to treat asymptomatic urinary tract infections, normal urine does have bacteria. If you have no pain or fever, you do not need more antibiotics, and you do not need more testing or doctor visits. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
This is normal. You can call your Urologist who put in the stent to make sure the infection has resolved. Namrata Sharma Goel, M.D. READ MORE
- Latin School of Chicago
- Baylor College of Medicine
Professional Society Memberships
- American Society of Nephrology
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Get to know Dr. Namrata Sharma Goel, who serves patients in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Goel is a nephrologist serving Houston and the surrounding communities. She holds expertise in Chronic Kidney disease, High Blood Pressure, Dialysis, Kidney Transplant, kidney stones, pregnancy Induced hypertension, and pre-ecclampsia.
She is associated with Houston Methodist – a leading academic medical center in the Texas Medical Center and six community hospitals serving the Greater Houston area. Each hospital is staffed by committed personnel who exemplify our I CARE values: integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Patient safety, quality and service are our highest priorities.
Dr. Goel received her Medical Degree (MD) from the Ross University School of Medicine in Roseau, Dominica in 2003. She completed an internship at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago, and her residency at the University of Texas McGovern Medical School at Houston. Furthering her training she completed her nephrology fellowship at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Goel maintains a professional membership with the American Society of Nephrology. ASN leads the fight to prevent, treat, and cure kidney diseases throughout the world by educating health professionals and scientists, advancing research and innovation, communicating new knowledge, and advocating for the highest quality care for patients.
She has been awarded the Outstanding Business Leader In Healthcare by The Houston Business Journal.
Nephrology is a specialty of medicine and pediatrics that concerns itself with the study of normal kidney function, kidney problems, the treatment of kidney problems and renal replacement therapy. As a nephrologist, Dr. Goel performs native kidney and transplant kidney biopsy, dialysis access insertion, fistula management, and bone biopsy.
With 9 years of experience in the field, Dr. Goel has treated thousands of patients.
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