Whether Levoflox-500 & Pantosec -40 Mg Alongwith Alkaston-b6 Is Used Or Not For Treating Stone Of Kidney Or Ureters

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whether levoflox-500 & pantosec -40 mg alongwith alkaston-B6 is used or not for treating stone of kidney or ureters

i have doubt whether this treatment is correct or not for 3.5 mm stone -ureterus calculus



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rocky! How are you?

Yes, I understand your doubts and you may be right, none of these are really going to help with passing a kidney stone.

However, one that small should pass on its own, unless there are some complications that prevent it from doing so.

Have you talked to the doctor about why they want you to take these?

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