since the size of the stone is small , stone will get expelled in urine.. excess of water must be drunk, which will increase the urine flow out put... If the stone doesn't come out, then LITHOTRIPSY can be done , it is treatment in which the stone will be broken in to small fragments by High frequency Ultrasound waves.. consult a urologist..
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If the renal stone size is 4mm or less, it will come out in its own by drinking plenty of water and if it more than 7mm, it should be removed or crushed by ESWL and if it is between 5 and 6 mm it may or may not come out. He should be drinking Plenty of water, if it doesn't help he can opt for Endoscopic Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) after discussing it with his Urologist.
Take him to a Urologist at the earliest.
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