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Back pain, pain on sitting in certain positions. Prescribed zerodol th and cyra. Safe to take medication?

Hi, My right side back having pain since jul-12. I went to doctor he told me that I have problem of kideny stone . Yesterday I gone to some other doctor, and I explaind about my problem that I feels pain when I am sitting in a perticular positioin. He told me that you have muscular problem and advice me to take the following medicin. zerodol th & cyra. Pls advice. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Hello Surya and welcome
It's better first to diagnose your disease and than take the require treatment according to the disease. In my opinion go for sonography of abdomen to see whether stone are present or not, urine analysis can also help. If that gives you a clear picture than you can start the above said treatment with hot fermentation and local application of anti-inflammatory gels.
The treatment of renal stone and muscular spasm is totally different. Other thing which has to be rule out is Lumber spondylosis.
Hope I have answered your query.
Best Wishes
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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