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Should i take cystone if i have 3-4 kidney stones of size 4-5mm in both kidneys? If yes then when and what amount?
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Two tab morning and night
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Add meermulli decation two times
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Avoid milk products
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Take cystone 2tablets twice a day for better result.consume plenty of water.about 3 to 4 litres,avoid non veg,meals.
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4-5 mm stone is not a big deal.. Himalaya cystone has a few diuretic herbs plus antilithiatic which will help dissolve the stone and an anti inflammatory herb which will definitely help you. Consume more then 3-5 l of water and take cystone one tab thrice a day. Consuming more then normal amount of water is mandatory.
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Get a check over the formation of the stone again.
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Taking 2 to 3 litres of water will be enough. But for prevention consult a Siddha physician
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yes you can take 2 tablet cystone 2 times a day.and drink 2 glass of lemon juice and drink plenty of water....vitamin c help alot to remove kidney stone.
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