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Have stones in kidney. Have diabetic, taking medicines, taking voveran SR75 - OD. What to do?

I was recently diagnosed 4 mm stone in Rt kidneyand multiple small calculi in LEFT Kidney. I am diabetic for the last 2 years and on Gemer-1, Glasiphase-500mg xOD. For the last one week I am getting pain in both legs and feeling numbness on left leg, loosing strength in both legs. Dr. Prescbd Voveran SR75- OD but of no help. Pl advise ASAP. THANX.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hello, thanks for the query.
Renal stone ( calculus) less than 4 mm on rt side and few small calculi left side.
Pain in both legs and numbness, these bot problems are related to your diabetes so first of all get treated for this disease.
Mind it that don't be careless about diabetes.
Regular exercise and very fast( rapid) walking is the best way of regulation of this disease.
Now "Q" is of calculi on both sides.
In my many patients I have tried few drugs for calculi , but these drugs are Ayurvedic and since you belongs to India , you can take these easily.
Tabs calcury 2-2-2.
Tab neeri 2-2-2 i. e. four tabs three times a day.
Drink plenty of water. GOOD luck. Dr. HET.
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Cardiologist Dr. Anantharamakrishnan's  Response
Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You have more than one problem / not related to each other...
1- Stones: the size is small / no active interference is necessary.
Plenty of oral fluids / alkalanisation of urine / at times drugs for uric acid help.
Follow up with Urologist
2- Diabetic Peripheral neuropathy
Strict control of diabetes and vitamins help
Anti-depressants and anti-epileptic agents are also often used in addition to raise the pain threshold and have been found to be useful...

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Your symptoms suggest that you are suffering from diabetic peripheral neuropathy ( DPN ).
DPN is caused by persistent uncontrolled diabetes.
There could be associated VIT B 12 deficiency which is very common in people taking METFORMIN.
You may also be having associated VIT D deficiency along with deficiency of CALCIUM.
you must talk to your doctor and get the proper medication after getting the relevant investigations done.
Treatment involves meticulous control of diabetes,injectable VIT B12,drugs for neuropathy like PREGABLIN or DULOXETINE and VIT D supplementation with enough calcium.
I hope it helps.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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