Urimex 0.4 Mg Tablets For Kidney/ Uratus Stones

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Ram kumar Says:
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I m 35 years male and suffering from kidney stone 4mm and uratus stone 4 mm. Doctor has started this tablet from 07 Dec 2015 and has advised me to drink 5-6 ltrs of water.
I m drinking 8 ltrs water daily. U want to know. That how stones will come out. Whether they will dissolve in urine and will come out through urine way or the stone only will come out. How long it will take. Weather beer helps in treatment or not. Please intimate me. Is there any other option available other than surgery



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Oxygirl 78 Says:
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Drink lemon water and think about it it comes out in urine. I don't know if the medication will make it go all the way away . It usually only takes 3-4 days to pass. My prayers are with you that stuff hurts

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