1. you haven't mentioned that whether kidney stones are unilateral or bilateral?
2. pain can be at the side of the kidney stone but also on the other side due to reactionary hyperfunctioning of the healthy kidney.
3. pain at the side of the stomach means that pain is of renal origin,unless proved otherwise.
4. check with your health care provider who will possibly go for Ultrasonography
abdomen to see the size and position of stone and if necessary call for a standing X-ray and IVP for any back pressure changes.
5. any associated symptoms along with pain,like nausea
, blood in urine or burning micturition.
6. kidney stone can simply form due to under hydration to hyper parathyroidism,positive family history.
7. If size comes out to be more than 10mm, Lithotripsy
is the treatment of choice.
8. Avoid Vitamin C
and calcium containing antacids, avoid purine rich (organic meat,sweet bread, cauliflower), avoid seed containing fruits and vegetables (tomatoes,,brinjal, capsicum,guava, water melon,lady finger)
9. avoid phosphorus rich food (cashew nuts,almonds,cumin-poppy seeds)
10. drink plenty of boiled water and take horse gram every alternate day.