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Hi Sir, I am a 48 years old female. Recently I started developing dull aching pain in the lower front region of abdomen. My usg previously showed bilateral renal cysts and indicated pckd. The latest usg revealed gall bladder calculus of 7 mm and tiny cysts in cortical and medullary region of about 3.8-4 mm, suggestive of medullary sponge kidney. I have been suffering from hypertension since last 6 yrs. What is the line of treatment? Should I be worried?

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