I am a 29-year-old male. I am having severe pain in abdomen and I was diagnosed with stones in the right kidney and ureter. The USG report shows right nephrolithiasis, right lower ureteric calculus with mild to moderate with hydroureteronephrosis. I am currently under Tamsukem Plus for 15 days and Alkaston B6 200 ml syrup. Can you help me?
As it has been prescribed in the USG, the kidney stone that has moved within the urinary pathways have caused the pain you experienced. Alkaston B6 (Magnesium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Pyridoxine) will help dissolve the stones. Increase water intake. Take uva-ursi, cranberry, and fern tea or supplement to help dissolve the stones. Take Mefenamic acid or Ibuprofen for the pain. Keep following up with a urologist.
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