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Renal stones, have severe stomach pain on the left side. Is it safe to conceive?

Hello doctor ! I m Priya from chennai age 26 married i m stone problem for the past 2 years at first i have 5 stones so i under went doctor advice and they treated with kmac syrup and cystone table for 2 months then later i get cured . Before 3 months i scanned in that they told me now in that 5 stones 3 were gone away and now 2 were still present in right side of the kidney .But from yesterday onwards i feel severe stomach pain in the left side of my stomach.i dnt know wat to do . pls give me some suggestion .& i have no child . whether i can undergo for the sexual life or not
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query
You have 5 small renal stones detected 2 years back for which you have taken tab Cystone and syrup.But I would like to state that there is no medicine on earth that can dissolve the stones Small stone normally pass down through urethra with urine.Now you have two more stones in the kidney. and you are getting pain in abdomen this is an indication that the stone has been impacted in a passage of urine mostly in Ureter.So pl get your Ultra sound scanning done to locate the position of the stone and the degree of obstruction it has caused on the kidney.Depending on the finding you can opt for modality of treatment which will be decided by Urologist.After this gets cured you can think of pregnancy.
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