Renal colic is severe pain in lower back or sides. The pain is usually on one side, but may be on both sides of the lower back. Renal colic may start quickly, come and go, and become worse over time. It is caused by a blockage in the urinary tract. The most common cause of blockage in the urinary tract is accumulation of crystals like calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate and urates mainly, which are formed due to super-saturation of urine. Blood clots, ureter spasms, and dead tissue may also block your urinary tract.
Renal colic. Pain in flanks extending to groins accompanied with dysuria and haematuria.
A clinical trial was conducted on 40 patients with Renal calculi for a period of 3 months, 20 patients had single calculus and 20 had multiple calculi. The trial was done by Dr Rajeev Singh (B.Sc., BHMS) et al at Raebareilly.14 (70%) out of 20 patients with single calculi had no calculi after treatment. 15 out of 20 patients with multiple calculi had reduction in size and number of calculi. Symptomatic relief was seen in 35(87.5%) patients.
10-15 drops in ¼ cup of water 3 times a day