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#1 mithlesh



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Posted 25 July 2014 - 12:29 PM

I had a severe pain and was rushed to the hospital where it was diagnosed that I have a Kidney stone and the pain is due to the movement of the stone. After the initial treatment I was allowed to go home and Doc said that since it is 4mm stone it can come out on its own while urinating. The stone is still there in bladder.


I am drinking a lot of water and am absolutely normal with the exception of needing to go to the Loo many times a day. Now my questions are :


1. How long does it take the stone to come out on its own?

2. will that be painful?

3. is there any medicine or home treatment which can dissolve the stone?

3. any other thing apart from water which may help in speeding up theprocess?


Please let me know as I am 24*7 into this thought.




appreciate any help.


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Posted 04 December 2014 - 02:58 PM

Hi Mithlesh,


i am also suffering from stone in ureter and feeling the same severe pain coming off and on..


to answer ur questions:


It can not be predicted when a stone will come out so need to wait and watch. But still would suggest that if the stone is bigger than 8-9mm I think best is to go with operation rather than facing the pain every day.


yes it is painful and very painful to be true.


I am taking Cystone but have no idea. My Stone was around 8 mm but now it is around 5 mm. I have taken all the desi dawai's and anything but I cannot tell which is working.


No there is nothing which you can do, just bear and wait with lots of water.




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Posted 14 October 2019 - 04:07 PM

Kidney stones are also known as appendicitis and nephrolithiasis. Actually, stone is a type of solid waste material, which starts in the kidneys and develops into crystals.
There are many types of kidney stones, 80 percent of which are caused by calcium and oxalate. At the same time, other stones are formed by substances such as strite, uric acid, and cysteine. Kidney stones may be small or large in size.

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