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Has kidney stone. Prescribed medication. Does she need to take antibiotic?

And my girl has got a kidny stone , we are in Cambodia on holliday and we have been to THE private hospital. There she got an echo and They took blood from her. Now we have had some medicine Voltarene 50 mg 1x3 Codalgin forte 500mg paracetamol 30 mg codeïne phosphate 1x3 Ciprobay 500 1x2 Does she all have to take This especiali THE antibiotic Cause then she cant go in THE sun.?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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You are not clear of whether your girl is having Urinary tract infection. Have u got a urine routine examination? the doctor might hv prescribed the antibiotic because of an infection. we need a detailed case history with the lab investigations to rule out whether she needs antibiotics or not. Kindly consult a urologist for the same. For the kidney stone we need proper assessment of where the stone is or whether because of that if there is any urine retention. Kindly get a normal Ultrasound scan to get the status of the stone.
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