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How can a oxalate calcium stone be removed which is there in both of my kidneys ?

Hi Dr. I have oxalate calcium stone in both kidney sides .. is there any medicines tha could remove stones easily while drinking alot of water ?? I did shockwave operation twice before (the second operation was after a year from the 1st one) and it reformulates again after a year or so .. what can i do ?? thank you. AlKailani
Asked On : Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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Urologist 's  Response

The stone may pass out if it is small in size. Otherwise you sholud get ESWL done for this stones before they become big and require to be operated.
You sholud also get yourself metabolically investigated to find out a potential source of your recurrent stone formation


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Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
Stone formation is always recurrence in nature.Traetment is depend upon size and location.If your stone size is less then 6 mm. and it in the track than it will pass out with plenty of liquid intake with some medicine.To prevent further stone formation avoid certain things in diet like banana,spinach.chauli,cashew,tomato.....Drink always RO. water.consult urologist for further guidance.
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