Stone - Ayurvedic Medicines & Remedies

Kidney stone

asked by shoiab546 on 5 September 2018 16:07
i i might be having stone some times when i bend Right it slightly pain what type of test should i do age... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Ultrasound is the common investigation to diagnose kidney stones. Basically, you can find out if there is stone and then do some further blood tests to analyse the type of stone. Pain during bending could also be due to other causes like disc bulge and hence must be ruled out. Please let me know the result to guide you further Ayurvedic medicines like Bhrihatyadi kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water.. Read more

I’m 23 year girl detected with 8mm stones in regular at exercising and sometimes suffer from constipation

asked by on 26 July 2018 11:51
Respected sir, So basically I don’t experience any pain but I have a lot of problem when it comes to digestion . I have bloating all the time and feel gassy and full. There is always discomfort I feel in my stomach. I alwyss keep burping.can you pls suggest any medication?? Will these gallstones dissolve or pass in my stool or urine? I have 8mm multiple stones almost... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Pain or digestive problems are common complaints seen with gall bladder stones. I shall suggest you medicines that will help to reduce the stone and it will also help to improve digestion. If there is acute pain, please consult your nearest physician Medicines like Varunadi Kwath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Asta churnam - 1tsp before food twice daily, Agastya Rasayanam -.. Read more

Gallbladar stone and kidney stone

asked by Ajaykumar Das on 20 May 2018 3:00
52year age he mere father ko 8mm ka gallbladar stone he use sath kidney stone 5mm ka he ta sir medicine bataye jise ki surgery na karna pade aur ye bimari chali jai.pls... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Kidney stone and gall stone are managed based on the symptoms and considering the size of the stone. Please take the following medicines for a month and then can be reviewed. Drinking enough water will be beneficial to reduce the excess deposition of the salts that trigger the formation of stones. Ayurvedic medicines like Varunadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Nil.. Read more

My mom with age 50 having kidney stone

asked by Sakib Ali on 8 March 2018 21:11
My mom has the 3.6mm kidney stone and she has little pain in the kidneys .The kidney stone is of 3.6mm size in both kidneys and are multiple.she took medicine for a long period of time but no results ..pls suggest medicine Her age is 50 No diabetic Having bp... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Please send me the ultrasound scan report and other investigations to guide you further. Kidney stones less than 5mm are managed with Ayurvedic medicines. Kidney stones are basically treated based on the symptoms. Please let me know the medicines that has been taken to understand it. Try to drink enough water which will be beneficial Ayurvedic medicines like Varunadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm.. Read more

Gall bladder stone..age 50 years old my father..

asked by Anant jagtap 1432 on 8 February 2018 21:14
My father janardhan age 50 years old..the sonography of abdominal and pelvis report was saying .the gall bladder is physiologically is normal in shape and size.multi calculi (3-4) seen in gall bladder.. largest measuring 13×9 mm.the thickness of the gall bladder wall is normal... please sir I want to give treatment ayurvedic please tell mi medicine... Read More
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Stone in Gall Bladder and right kidney infection

asked by Bikash2207 on 3 January 2018 17:27
Sir My Father aged about 61 year, has been advised for Ultrasound, in the Ultrasound report, found following things:- 1. Mild Hepatomegaly with grade-1 Fatty Liver 2.Cholelithiasis 3.Right Renal Cortical Cyst. I want to go for Ayurveda treatment for above mentioned report. Please suggest... Read More
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Gallbladder stone after delivery

asked by visit2kunal on 7 October 2017 21:20
Hello Sir, Recently I am blessed with baby. However after 2 month of delivery (C-section), my wife has been diagnosed with multiple stone in gall bladder (max size of stone being 5 mm). Doctor are suggesting removal of gall bladder (by surgery) after 6 months of delivery. Could you please suggest some medicines..? Also will it have any effect on breastfeeding... Read More
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Gal bladder stone

asked by Madhumati on 4 September 2017 19:31
I am a 57 year old woman suffering from a gall bladder stone of 2.5/3mm size.i am currently experiencing abdominal pain kindly suggest some medicine and some home remedies that can help... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Gall Bladder is attached to liver and mainly cause the release of bile salts while digestion helping in absorption of foodIn case the ratio of cholesterol and bile salts changes, calculus is formed which is termed as gall stoneSooner the stone moves and obstructs the gall bladder opening, the bile salts secretions are obstructed leading to severe abdominal pain and discomfort especially.. Read more

Chronic Pancreatities (Stone in Pancrea docet line )

asked by Santosh kumar Kamala on 31 July 2017 16:29
Age-39 ,Male. Sir , Mujhe Chronic pancreatitis hai.Aur problem yea hai ki Mera Weight loose ho raha hai ,stool main oil ata hai aur food digesation ho nahi raha hai aur iske karan mujhe dieabtis ho gay hai. Doctor bol raha hai ki Pancrea docet line main stone hai. Aur medicine(Esomac-L,Creon 25000 & Trixide-H ) de rahe hain par medicine jab tak khate hain tab tak thik hai agar medicine... Read More
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Kidney stones

asked by Sampu on 14 July 2017 17:22
sir my mother age is 40, recentiy in one of diagonsis,doctors said that there was a stone in her kidney,"microlithiasis" as in a report, she used medicines for 15 days, which ayurveda medicines we can use to reduce the stone and not to form agin in her life... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Kidney filter the bio wastes which in case of dehydration, the crystallization process of uric acid, calcium and phosperus occur which leads to stone formation in kidneyRecurrence of formation of renal calculi can be with held with proper diet and following ayurvedic medicines for 4 months- Punarnava mandur, hajrool yahood bhasam and divya ashmarihar rasAvoid taking seed containing fruits and.. Read more

Galballder stone medicine

asked by jatin sethi on 1 July 2017 14:42
respected sir/madam, I hav stone in my gall Ballder . what medicine is available in... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Please let me know your ultrasound reports to guide you further. The gall stones are treated based on the size and symptoms. Stones which are smaller than 5mm are usually managed with medicines and regular checkups. Healthy lifestyle changes will help to prevent the recurrence of stones Ayurvedic medicines Varunadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily and Calcury tablets can be.. Read more

5 year old kid with 5mm gall stone.

asked by Ashwani123 on 21 June 2017 9:34
Hello Doctor, My 5 year old son was vomiting frequently from last 1 year and from few days was complaining of abdominal pains also. He was never interested in eating any thing. We consulted many doctors but no relief. Finally we got his ultrasonography done which unfortunately shows a 5mm gall stone. I am very worried, please suggest what to... Read More
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Prostate calcification

asked by sharp suresh on 1 June 2017 19:52
Am suresh 23 yrs old.I have prostate clacification ubnormal 8.4 So my penis bottom pain & ejaculation light pain then after my penis light help sir this problem will be cure.pls say good & best medicine.this problem dont come again help me sir..few yrs my family marriage decide to me.I have this problem pls help me... Read More
Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Prostate calcification is usually seen with a history of previous infection of prostate or presence of stone in prostate thereby forming a scar left after healing of inflammation of prostate. or as a precursor of prostate stones often accompanied with chronic prostatitisThe prostate calcification may allow the bacteria to multiply thus may cause recurrence of prostatitisAyurvedic medicines.. Read more

Kidney Stone

asked by Dharmesh99 on 3 May 2017 17:09
Very recently , have been diagnosed with Kidney stone around 12mm inbetween path of Ureter .. Requested to let me know the suitable our Medicines / products to cure for the same .. I am residing at Vadodara (Gujarat) and have multiple Mega Outlets , hence your recommendations will be passed to them very easily . Sir / Ma'm , your very quick actions will help me to recover quickly... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, kidney stones in medical term is called as renal calculi and according to location it is termed ureterolithiasisRenal calculi in ayurveda are correlated with mutrashmarithe main causes of mutrashmari vata dosha aggravation which leads to dryness in urinary tractUsually the urine when gets concentrated , its acidic nature increases. this increases the dryness leading to sedimentation of salts.. Read more

Gall Stone

asked by darshu on 1 May 2017 11:21
I am 36 year old. I have 11mm gall stone last one year. After the delivery within one month I have detected. Last one year I had 6-7 gall stone attack. But now I have some digestion problem when I eat something within half an hour I go to toilet. doctor suggest me surgery to remove gall bladder. but I do not remove this. pl. suggest me medicine for removing gall stone and regular to my digestion... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Gall stone formation in gall bladder is termed as cholelithiasisThe cardinal symptoms involves crampy pain in abdomen called biliary colic and the complication of gall stones include inflammation of associated organs like gall bladder, pancreas and liverThe cholelithiasis may occur from cholesterol or bilirubinThis requires a surgical intervention which is termed cholecystectomy through.. Read more

Gallbladder stone

asked by Deepak giri on 21 April 2017 11:38
Sir I am deepak giri my age is 23. My gallbladder have stone in 2.2 cm. but I have no I am remove without operation gallstones. Contact... Read More
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Gall Stone size 12.7mm at neck

asked by PallaviG on 17 April 2017 1:33
Hello Sir/Ma'am, My sister is having gallstone of size in neck. She is just 32 years with two kids. I am very worried with it as all the doctors (Alopathic, Homeopathic and Ayurvadic) have suggested Surgery but i am not in favour of surgury. (My mother had same problem she got it operated and after two years she had infection in lever and then Jaundice and died in 2 months) I did some... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Cholelithiasis is presence of gall stones in gallbladder formed when the bile contains excess of cholesterol in comparison of bile salts along with infrequent contraction of gall bladder causing restricted flow from cystic ductIncreased level of proteins also encourage the cholesterol crystallization into gall stoneLine of treatment involves laproscopic cholecystectomy which involves the.. Read more

Gallbladder and kidney stone

asked by scxx on 8 April 2017 17:25
Hello Sir, I am diagnosed last week with 17.8mm gallbladder stone and 7mm kidney stone, Type-1 fatty lever and i have hyperthyrod which is normal now below 5% can you please suggest me diet chart for both and medicine. Can gall bladder stone of 17.8mm be cured with Ayurveda, kindly suggest medicines. Gender:... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Gall or kidney stones are generally treated based on the size, location or the symptoms. Stones less than the size of 5mm are managed with medicines. Those which are larger than 3cm are advised for surgery to prevent any block or infection. You can take the following medicines and review after 3months. Medicines like Varunadi Kwath - 10ml with 40ml of warm water before food twice daily, Divya.. Read more

gollbladder stone

asked by sudhir jaiswal on 5 March 2017 18:18
i am diagnosed 5 mm gollstone in the month of march 2017.I am male 48 years weight 100 kgs,height 172 cms.My blood pressure is 120/80 and blood sugar fasting is 96... Read More
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Stone in Gall Bladder

asked by smile69 on 22 January 2017 1:03
47 Female Current ultra sound report dated 12 Jan 17 'The GB is well distended & shows normal wall thickness. It shows multiple calculi, largest measures 12 mm. No evidence of dilation of IHBR or CBD is seen. In May 2015 & Sept 2015, I was admitted to hospital due to severe stomach pain & nausea. Since Sept 15 I have reduced intake of oily food & have been taking beet + carrot... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Surgery is advised based on the symptoms, thickness of the bile duct and the severity of the inflammation. If you are able to manage the symptoms, you can take Ayurvedic medicines for 3months and then review. Please do have regular checkups to avoid further complications like pancreatitis due to the delayed emptying of the bile. Ayurvedic medicines Varunadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water.. Read more
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