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Kidney stone and leg pain
Hi. I am having severe pain in kidney area, Frequent urination. Severe pain in both legs and leg fingers. Please suggest the right way to go since this problem has been repeatedly bothering me from past 3 year
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Consult with urine RE/ME test & X'ray Lumbosacral​ AP/ Lat. Views meanwhile Take.... Tab. Voveran plus 1 BD After meals for Backache & leg pain. You can try,.  Homeopathic medicine.... Canthris mother tincture / GL 2 Oz. and Barberis mother tincture gl 2 oz, both 5 drops in a cup of water separately three times a day.It may take a bit longer,but dissolve the stone to pass out with urine without Surgery.
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Hi there I understand your concern and anxiety...If stones less than 7mm generally pass through spontaneously without surgical intervention...I would suggest you to take plenty of fluids orally and over the counter analgesics for pain relief...and you will require antibiotics to cure associated infections... I would suggest you to consult me on direct consult with detailed history...I would be happy to help you.. Regards.
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