I have a tiny calculus measuring about 0.2 cm at the interpolation region of left kidney. The right pevicalyceal system is compact .The ureter is normal in course and calibre. And there is a mild left hydrouretero-nephrosis due to a proximal left ureteric calculus measuring 0.5 cm and located 4.3 cm distal to the pelvic-ureteric junction. There is minimal left perinephric and periuretheric stranding on the left side.
I am experiencing very mild burning sensation when I urinate. Can this situation be treated by medication? Thank you in advance.
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you need to be investigated like urine rm and urine cs and serum creatinine and serum calcium and serum uric acid, take plenty of fluids orally, stone in ureter may pass spontaneously if not then some surgical procedure has to be done to clear the urinary passage.
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