Child kidney stonesMy 18 year old son complained for one week of sensitivity while urinating, and dull ache on the left side of his back. After one week, he woke up at 6 AM with excruciating pain on left side of back, groin, testicle. He could not sit still.
We took him to the hospital. They had to give him morphine for the pain.
He had a lot of blood in his urine, and uric acid in his urine. They said he must have kidney stones.
The worse pain subsided in about 7 hours.
He is still tender, has some difficulty urinating, and at times gets waves of pain, but not as bad as he had before.
What remedy should I give him?
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