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UTTARBASTI - A Highly Specialized Ayurvedic Urological Procedure

  • Can cure urethral stricture of any age group patient
  • Non-invasive with minimal or no pain
  • No need of anesthesia
  • Urethral catheterization is not required
  • Daycare treatment
  • Proving to be a very promising treatment

Special Precautions

  • Very rigid aseptic precautions
  • Properly sterilized medicine

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Calibration of Urethra

  • Calibration of the urethra is the procedure to restore the normal caliber of the urethra.
  • For calibration, catheters are introduced into the urethra from a smaller size (10FG) to a bigger one (20FG) and it is to be done very gently.
  • Calibration of the urethra is mainly done in the case of urethral stricture.
  • It is done under local anesthesia using an anesthetic gel.
  • Calibration is generally painless & bloodless as well.
  • As a precautionary measure, an intensivist is kept standby during the whole procedure of calibration for apprehensive patients & patients with co-morbidities.

Very rarely in patients with a very tight stricture urethra is not negotiable even with a small size catheter. For such patients, we advise balloon dilatation of urethra.

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Advantages of Uttarbasti

  • Non-invasive treatment with minimal or no pain
  • No need of anesthesia
  • Urethral catheterization is not required
  • Daycare treatment
  • No need of Hospitalization
  • No need for rest
  • The results of Uttarbasti are irrespective of site, size, and extent of the stricture
  • Negligible recurrence
  • Does not affect sexual life

Results of Uttarbasti

  • Results of Uttarbasti treatment may vary from patient to patient.
  • Results of Uttarbasti are assessed clinically and by comparison between pre and post-treatment investigations like Urethrogram and Uroflowmetry.
  • Uroflowmetry is done before the commencement of the treatment & is repeated after calibration (generally on 14th day).
  • Urethrogram is recommended after one month of the last sitting as sometimes the procedure or the dye used may irritate if done immediately after the treatment.
  • The results of Uttarbasti are irrespective of site, size, and extent of stricture.
  • Very rarely some patients may require additional sittings after some years.
  • According to my experience in this field, Uttarbasti is proving to be a CURE for urethral stricture.

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Recurrence after Uttarbasti

Rarely, in some patients, the flow of urine gets compromised after some time (a few months to years) of the Uttarbasti treatment & they require additional sittings of Uttarbasti.

Patients with the following conditions may require additional sittings of Uttarbasti:

  • Who have very hard stricture scar tissue
  • Who underwent multiple surgeries
  • After urethroplasty
  • After multi-stage hypospadiasis repair
  • Who were on regular clean intermittent self-catheterization since long
  • Patients with BXO

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Precautions to be taken during & after the treatment of Uttarbasti

  • Drink a lot of water to keep urine white – just like water
  • The urge of urine should neither be ignored nor forced
  • Avoid any kind of sexual activity during & at least for three months after Uttarbasti
  • Avoid unnecessary catheterization or instrumentation in the urethra


BPH & Post TURP Status

Prostate gland enlarges & compresses the urethra

2 boo-bno
Bladder Outlet / Neck Obstruction

Blockage at the base or neck of the bladder

3 Interstitial Cystitis
Interstitial Cystitis

Chronic condition causing bladder pressure with a persistent urge

Recurrent UTI & MDR UTI

A burning issue of the modern era

5 Hypotonic Bladder
Hypotonic Bladder

A condition in which the bladder wall muscle tone reduces

6 Neurogenic Bladder
Neurogenic bladder

Altered bladder function due to defects in the pathway of the micturition reflex

7 Incontinence

Inability to hold urine due to loss of voluntary control over the urinary sphincters

8 Enuresis
Enuresis – Bedwetting

Persistence of involuntary passage of urine even after the age of 5 years

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