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Diagonised with kidney stones. Having abdomen and back pain. How to reduce?

i m 26 years old male.i have kidney stones . Right kidney: evidence of calculi 3.0mm in upper pole, 4.3mm in lower pole. Left kidney: calculus 3.0mm in lower pole. i have pain in my right part of abdomen and back, what should i do now, now i dont have facility to visit a hospital, what can i do reduce the pain at home. Please help me.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
hi there, the smaller kidney stones that you have talked bout will most probabely be expelled out in urin tho' the 4.3 mm one might be a problem. You may be experiencing the pain in the back and abdomen due to the stone which may be travelling down. You can take plenty of fluids and voveron tablet to ease the pain. Usually stone s of this dimention will pass out on their own in due course of time. If the condition worsens then you will need to visit a urologist and get reevaluated as to the size and status of the stone . Sometimes they may not pass out but get impacted then you might need other interventional treatment. Take care
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Urologist Dr. G.Srinivasan's  Response
You know the best is to see a doctor asap.
Till then, you can take painkillers/ those that are used to taken to treat pain in the tummy like BUSCOPAN, CYCLOPAM.
Best regards
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