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Frequent urination, loss of control in urination, depression, increased heartbeat, high BP. Diagnosed kidney stones. More tests?

My husband has a history of stone in kidney which came out on its own. From last one month he was having the problem of frequent urge for urination. Sometimes he felt sm leakage or loss of control. He was also feeling depressed, increased heart beat and blood pressure on high boundary. He went for sonography and he has two small stones in kidney. Are all these problems related or shd we go for more test..
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Problem for having present complain might be related to two stones still in the kidney.
These stones might gravitated down giving this type of problem.
Take plenty of water, these stones might come out as well.
for having increased blood pressure and increased heart rate consult physician and rule out any cardiac problem.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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