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I have kidney stone , which is not seen in X-ray & Sonography. How could it be possible?

Kidney stone , which is not seen in Xray & Sonography Hi I m 25 year old girl, 2 weeks earlier I got pain in back & stomach Dr says its a kidney stone they gave me medicin Neeri & Cystone. After that Xray & sonograpy is done nothing found in that. Should I continue these medicin or stop ? IS there any problem if i take calciyum tablets as in my body calciyum defecency is presents. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 4 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
The medicines you have mentioned have no side effect and should be taken atleast for fifteen days after becoming asymptomatic. The reason for this is to flush out even the remotest stone that can cause recurrence. Regarding Calcium First get it tested if it is less only then consider of having it and that too in natural form and not as concentrated form.
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A renal stone cannot be missed by x-ray and sonography both. There is a possibility that a small stone has passed down by now, renal stone causes maximum pain when they pass down the urinary passage. If there is no stone, & no symptoms , medicine is not required.
Why do you think you have calcium deficieny? And even if there is some, milk, youghurt, leafy vege's in plenty can compensate for it.

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