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Recurrence of stones in the kidney post operation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   hi
User :   i need some iformation
Doctor :   ok
User :   i had operation for stone kidney.. in last year
User :   still the grown..
Doctor :   ok
User :   what can i do for to stop it ?
Doctor :   can you recollect what operation it is?
User :   y its grown again again ?
User :   no i dnt..
Doctor :   some people have a tendency to form stones
Doctor :   what is the size of the stone previously?
User :   10mm
User :   now its 7 mm
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   was shock therapy given or open surgery done?
User :   actually my fater had same proble form last 17 years
Doctor :   ok
User :   they had opearation through my penis
User :   now he have stone for 15 mm
Doctor :   where did they say the stone was? in the kidney or the ureter? cn you recollect?
User :   ureter
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   now where is the stone?
Doctor :   is it also in the ureter?
User :   but they said i have lat of small particalsin kidney
Doctor :   ok
User :   now its in kidney
Doctor :   now where is the stone?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   then there are procedures to remove the stone like shock therapy
Doctor :   if the stone is found to be too big they might have to do a surgery
User :   but i have take alchohol.. is that reason grown stone again ?
Doctor :   also you should drink plenty of oral fluids atleast 2-3 L per day
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   as i told you some individuals have the tendency to form stones
Doctor :   i suggest that you consult a good urologist
Doctor :   and discuss your treatment options with him
User :   ok.. do u sugest any tablet for that ?
Doctor :   once the current stone is removed or blasted away
Doctor :   is there any pain?
Doctor :   now?
User :   not now.. some time i got pain
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you should take plenty of fluids atleast 2-3 L
User :   is it good to take ayurvedic medicine ?
Doctor :   you could if you wish
Doctor :   but it is always advisable to consult a urologist
Doctor :   and get the stone removed
Doctor :   you should restrict beet root, spinach, sweet potatoes, almonds, soya products
User :   ok
Doctor :   take less non veg and salt
Doctor :   you can also use a supplement called xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx
Docto : 2 tabs daily
Doctor :   after food
Doctor :   this prevents stone formation
Doctor :   For Details Visit and Buy the product atxxxxx.xxxxx.xxxxx
Doctor :   but first thing is to consult a urologist and discuss your treatment options
Doctor :   all the rest comes after stone removal
Doctor :   are you there?
User :   ok
User :   yes
User :   is that anything problem cmes in sexual life ?
Doctor :   no this has nothing to do with sexual life
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Doctor :   ok
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