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Stomach pain, kidney stone. Prescribed himalaya cystone, neeri syrup. Needs to consume both medicines?

A friend of mine was suffering with too much of pain in the left of my stomach .its been a month..she had restricted going to a doc thinking it would just be a minor pain.. she is 42 yrs she recently visited a doc and she said it is a stone problem.and its on its starting stage..she suggested her to take HIMALAYA CYSTONE tablet and NEERI syrup.. i wanted to know if consuming both the medicine is necessary as both of them are having the same uses
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Your friend is suffering from renal stone? Is it suspected clinically or there is some X ray or sonography to confirm it.If renal stone is there then a routine Urine Examination with crystal analysis, Renal function ( Blood Urea and Creatinine) Renal sonography and IVP(if required).
Consult a uro surgeon and some times serum Calcium,Phosphate,and Parathormone may be required .
Take Lot of fluid and treat Infection if it is there,
small one can pass and analysis may be performed to know the type.
.Stone disease can be tackled by percutaneous nephro-lithotripsy (PCNL) and/or extracorporeal short-wave lithotripsy (ESWL) if stones are small and/or multiple.
Large one Surgery.
Good luck .

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