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Kidney stone, recurring condition, large, hard painful stones. How to remove it?

hello sir i want to ask from you kidney stone related question.i m suffering from kidney stone problem last three years but i have never treat properly,currently i m feeling more pain as compare to earlier and also i feel big stone has on my stomach which is very hard and pain full. due to some financial problem i did not treat myself please sir give me some suggestion how i can remove stone with my body
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Hallo Thanks for your query.You have stones in your kidney since a long time and you have neglected the same.Please note that you are putting your life at stake by neglecting it.Please get your assessment done by doing following investigations
1) Plain X ray abdomen to locate the stones.
2) Ultrasound scanning of the abdomen
3) Blood Investigations to asses renal function (Blood Urea and Serum Creatinine.)
4) Intravenous Pyelography.
After doing all these investigation consult some Urologist who will decide the mode of treatment depending upon the locaton of stones etc.Please note that now a days all the stones in the urinary system can be treated by Endoscopy and no major surgery is required.Since you have a financial problem you can visit any Govt Hospital to get these things done as most of the Govt hospitals have these facilities available at .free of cost.
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