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Can one cure renal calculus with medicines ?

I m 28 now, I have a renal calculus with the size of 7 mm and since June 2011 and in December it was confirmed by x-ray of the channel located at the end of the ureter , near the bladder . I have no pain, no fever. I want to know how can I finish expel the calculus? There is a drug that dilates the canal? Are there any home treatment? I can t pay for the surgery.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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You need enough hydration keeping the urine alkaline by taking systemic alkalizer Dihydrogen sodium citrate is the best alkalise. It might be flushed out of its own with this treatment. In India we recommend tab. Cystone two tab. Three times a day with adequate water intake. If this is not flushed out visit a urologist to get it removed cystoscopically before it causes hydronephrosis and damage to the kidney.
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