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Kidney stones, urinary track disease, urinary pipe narrowed, infection. Ayurvedic medicine?

Recently iam detected with kidney stones and urinary track disease.Doctors says that my urinary pipe got narrowed ,either duo to infection or injury .in other words there is fat accumulation in the track.because of this i have to urinate more frequently, i can t empty my blader in asingle attempt.I feel very bad. every thing is ok in urine amd blood reports as well as in complete ultrasound except this: -right kidney shows echogenic calculus middle pole measuring 2.7 mm. -left kidney shows echogenic calculus middle pole measuring 3.4 mm impression: 1. normal sozed prostrate with significant residual urinr(110 ml)-- ---stricture urethra to be considered. 2. bilateral renal calculi with no back pressure changes. Doctor suggest minor operation for urine pipe narrowness, i dont eant to go under knife. Please some one here suggest a Ayurvedic remedie.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Hi dear
Your stone size are small and it can be treated with medication such as cystone, Neeri, Citrus Soda and other ayurvedic medicines but the real concern is about the stricture in urethra for is you should take goksur kawath thrice a day and plenty of water, if it does't cure than uttar basti is help full but it should be done by experienced Ayurvedic shalya tantra doctor. Take care and get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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