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Stones and cyst in both kidneys. Found blood in urine. How to cure?

I have 3mm & 4.3 mm stones in both kidneys, & also a cist .Tests has been done and found that blood is in urine. Uric Acid problem is also thereBP is 180/100.Glycosylated Hemoglobin (AIC) Turbidimetry 5.8 %,ParathormoneHarmone, Intact 143.2 Pg/mL,Protine creatinine ratio-urine-Protein= 81.20 mg/dl, Creatinine= 62.25 mg/dl, Protine/creatinine ratio =1.3 (Test performed from random urine sample), .
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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hi there,
the problem is of stones and high BP. one important test i will like to know is serum creatinine level. Nonetheless, the stones are small and should come out by themselves. more urgent issues are Blood Pressure control and why these stones are forming. Your PTH is High. these aspects need to be evaluated in detail during OPD visit. Keep in close contact with your treating doctor.
Hope this helps.

Answered: Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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