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Impact of skipping medication for kidney stone - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i just spoke to one of your doctors about my kidney stones and i wasnt aware that they can increase if u stop taking your meds
Doctor :   it depends on the type of stone
User :   now should i just make an appointment with the urologist just to make sure everything is okay
Doctor :   and of course you should take your medication
Doctor :   for it
User :   i stopped i was forgetting and after that i just stopped because i wasnt sure if i took it or not
User :   do you think that i should start taking them again??
Doctor :   consult before
Doctor :   as there are few to be stopped
User :   because its been over 2or3weeks already
Doctor :   and the one which is to be taken
User :   i have flomax and infection meds
User :   and i was in the emergency room and they dont exchange info over the phone.
Doctor :   you must have to continue flomax
User :   so should i just pickup where i left off
Doctor :   until the stone is clear
User :   and what about infection
Doctor :   it is to be taken for 1 week
Doctor :   then if required

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