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Suffering from kidney stone and kidney infection. Operation not possible due to swelling. Is it possible to operate? father suffering from stone in kidney but bcz swelling in kidney operation is not possible one of the doctor insert a syringe in his kidney n left for 15 there is infection in kidney and the medicine provided is of very high dose so he wont able to tolerate it now...we want to operate him now is it possible?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi Aishwarya,

Please let the treating doctor take the decision. Mostly, doctors do not go wrong in their treatment.

If there is an absolute need to operate on your father, then the Nephrologist will definitely operate him. He may be waiting for the infection to be cleared off.

Definitely, the medications given to him will have minimal effects on the kidney as the doctor himself knows about your father.

Please be patient.

You may also take a second opinion from another Nephrologist, if you do not trust the present treating doctor.

I wish your dad an early recovery.

Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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