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Stones detected in kidney, urinary bladder. Prescribed neeri, cital, buscopan, plenty of water. Correct medication?

hello doctor I have been first time detected 3 stone in a sonographi one in left kidney 4mm and one in right 3.5 mm and one in urinary bladear 7.5 mm my phy who is a m.b.b.s has given me tab neeri ,syp cital and tab buscopan 2 time a day and have advs to take 7 to 8 lits of water a day want to have your advice kindly sujest
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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I appreciate your effort to seek medical advice in so much of distress..
Well, the treatment prescribed by your physician is understandable but i would not suggest so much of water everyday as it put unnecessesory load on kidney(3-4 litres is sufficient) and at the same too much of antispalsmodics are also useless.....stop worrying probably stones will pass out on its own

wish you a good health...
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