Puzzled about why you were diagnosed with a kidney stone but sent home armed with only oral medication? That’s a common approach called medical expulsive therapy (MET), a more conservative treatment strategy for smaller kidney stones.
MET leverages prescription oral medications, increasing the likelihood of natural stone passage by up to 30%. The treatment eases the passage of stones by relaxing the muscles in the lower part of the ureter, thus preventing blockages…
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