I was suffering from back pain and after an examination with ultrasonography in the KUB region, a 2.8 mm calculus was found in the right kidney and a 2.6 mm calculus in the left. I consulted a urologist, who suggested further examination. I have attached the reports of the same. I have no other health issues except for high BP. The details of my blood report are shown in the medical prescription. Here, I would like to add that I had already gone through cystography to remove the stone from the left and right ureter on two different occasions. Now my questions are, is it curable without any surgery? Is there any health risk if I travel abroad in this condition? What is your suggestion to get rid of this problem? Do you think that surgery is required? Do I need further tests? My PSA is 1.69 and uric acid is 6.5.
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