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Stones in kidney. Pain in the back. What is the treatment?

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I'm a 30 yr old unmarried Guy. I recently did ultrasound kub test and came to know that i got small stones in my kidney of 2-3 cms in size. I do experience lilttle pain sometimes as such in left side in my back.
1) what should i do for it to get rid of thoise stones as early as possible.
Also i have been masturbating for a long time now say almost 10-12 years as i know. My penis is bended slightly towards left side.
2) Is that to be worried about?.
3) is it ok to masturbate since i hav stone now in my kidney?

Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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As you have stone in kidney of 2-3 cm , but you didnt mention that you are taking any treatment for stone or not.
if not taking any treatment for stone you should take the cosultation from urologist and start treatment as advise.
Masturbation at this time may be risk ful becouse during the act it may displace from the site and can obstruct in the ureter and this situation is an emergency.
so it will be better to avoid
take care
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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