Acute Kidney Disease ( AKI ) Treatment

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Frequent urination

I am suffering with frequent urination and burning problem can I get the solution

Stone in kidney

I have a stone in a right kidney of 7.4mm...would neeri tablets is helpful in removing stone.

Frequent urination

I am 25F.i am urinating frequently. If I drink half litre water i will rush to washroom with in half an hour.How to control that.

Urge for Frequent urination

Last week I noticed that my urine was yellow in colour. So last three days I increased my water intake, after that I am feeling for frequent urination. I check my creatinine now it is 1.3, in 2015 also it was 1.3, but last year I checked it it came as 1. My urine protein check shown normal. Any other test I should do. I done my last USG in may 2016.

Consult kidney stones

I have Kidney stones of size 15mm on right side will it can be avoided without operation???

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