I am suffering from a 3.4 mm urinary stone. I have been having continuous pain in my lower right abdomen. The doctor suggested me tablets Pantocid, Nurokind, and Hifenac SR. Can I take these medications?
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You have a renal calculus (urinary stone) which is of very small size. Your doctor has advised you good medicines. So, continue the same.
Hifenac SR (Aceclofenac) is a painkiller used to relieve the pain due to the stone.
Pantocid (Pantoprazole) is to prevent gastric side effects.
Nurokind is a multivitamin to make you feel better overall.
The stone is quite small and hence if you keep drinking a lot of water, and stay hydrated, it will come out automatically while urinating.
If the pain resolves after taking the medicines, in about a couple of week's time, then the stone would have definitely come out.
If the pain persists even after two weeks, consult a urologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/urologist
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