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Stone declared in urine test

My brothers urine test clears a sotone in stocmach. In X-ray it was not displyed.dr. said its a stone of small size. i am in village not have a good hospital nearby. how it can be cured? Is operation necessary
Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Please help. Wheather it can be cured by medicine or I have to take my brother to hospital for operation.




General & Family Physician Dr. Rajesh's  Response
hey you have stone in your urine, its a stone in the renal system if possible take a scan, if seen in the scan then get a ct kub scan done that would cost you about 2500- 4000,if you donot avail those facilities or can not afford it start drinking lots of water,and take a pain killer tab spasmoproxyvon, one when he gets the pain, you will have the pain till the stone is removed from the system, and if the stone is big then you may have to go in for stone removal,some times you can get admitted in the hospital and they would give you something called as flush therapy,this also helps,if you have any query then get back to me.
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