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Pet renal stone 4

Sir, I have a dog (Doberman Pinscher, male, 6 years old). He has been suffering from urinary track infection since last 3 month. He has a stone in urethra. Doctor suggest me berber...
Started by Debabrata1990. Last post: 2015-11-11

Bilateral uric acid renal stone 1

A 46 yrs male. He is suffering bilateral renal stone. Size: rt side: 4.4 mm 8.8mm 9.4 mm Left side; 3.4 mm 8.8 mm ...
Started by jilesh tank. Last post: 2015-03-27

Rt renal stone 1

i m 46 yrs female, and i m suffering right upper calix ureteric stone. size 10 mm with mild hydronephrosis with hydroureter. so ple suggest homoeopathy medicine for remove the my s...
Started by jilesh tank. Last post: 2014-09-28

Rt renal stone 1

A 9 yrs male child having severe abdominal pain with hemeturia So do usg abdomen and shows RIGHT v U Junction stone with surrounding oedema cause mild hydronephrosis and hydro ure...
Started by jilesh tank. Last post: 2013-08-01

Renal stone 2

left vuj calculi size 8.5 mm in homeopathic treatment with moderate hydronephrosis so which medicine suggest and repet usg suggest how many days...
Started by jilesh tank. Last post: 2013-05-12

Renal stone 5

my mother had 12 mm and 7 mm renal stones. we have got it removed by lithotripsy. can any one plz let me know if there is any medicine as preventive for renal stone. plz reply...
Remedies: Solidago Virg. aur., Berberis Vulgaris, Calcarea Phosphorica, Calcarea Carbonica, Calcarea Hypophosphorosa, Lapis Albus
Started by rinkirinki00. Last post: 2008-08-07

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