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Kidney stone
I have so much pain so done sonography and found 2 stones. One is each kidney of 4.7mm and 3.5mm. There is so much pain in my back and stomach. I have got injection two times in pervious 7 days. I am taking pain killer also. And i am drinking 5 liter water daily from last 7 days. Is there any way to get these stones out fastly. And please also tell me about how to handle this immense pain. What should i do? What should i eat? Is there any specific diet which i have to follow?
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Your stone may be probably descended to ureter. If you have pain on both the sides consult Urologist immediately. Since bilateral ureteric calculi will cause kidney damage.
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If you are having too much pain, chances of having a stone in ureter are more.
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Get NCCT KUB done Take formal urology consultation
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U have to consult urologist for CT kub
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