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I have sialolith stone beneath my tongue. It is from 6 months. I do not want to have surgery. Are there any other alternatives?

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Non-invasive: for small stones, hydration, moist heat therapy, nsaids (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) occasionally, and having the patient take any food or beverage that is bitter and/or sour. Sucking on citrus fruits, such as a lemon or orange, may increase salivation and promote spontaneous expulsion of the stone. Some stones may be massaged out by a specialist. Shock wave therapy (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy). Minimally invasive: sialendoscopy supporting treatment: to prevent infection while the stone is lodged in the duct, antibiotics are sometimes used.
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Drink plenty of water keep lemon lozanges in ur mouth chances of it coming out without surgery r remote if its calcified
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Can have Pashan bhed vanaspti /herb
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