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Recurrent Urinary Stones

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Recurrent Urinary Stones
Posted Sat, 27 Apr 2013 in Ayurveda
Answered by Dr. Nikul Patel 3 hours later

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Your problem as described by you is, recurrent Renal stones and your age is also 35 years.
As per Ayurveda way of treatment for Renal stone.
Ayurveda can give you good relief in recurrent renal stone. Please start the following medication for longer. You will have to continue this medication one year more after confirmation of stone free kidney. Later you will have to take a single dosage on a weekly basis.
Also take care about drinking water to protect kidneys from stone.

Please start the following remedies..
1. Tab. Calcury 2 tabs twice a day (Charak)
2. Syrup Neeri 10 ml twice a day (Aimil Pahrma)
3. Goxur churna 1 gram twice a day with water

Please continue these medication for six months and also do USG after every six months to check the presence of stone.

One thing I have to share is that, there is no medicines which can give you relief during pain while a stone is moving in kidney and urinary bladder and urethra.

Let me make it clear that, when you are taking Ayurveda medicines, stone will try to pass from the body. But a single movement will give you severe pain. That time you will have to take allopathic medicines or injectables which is advised by physician.

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