M south indian. Can anyone suggest me foods I have to careful with after my kidney stone surgery?

Yes, but... Without a comprehensive stone work-up to deduce a reasonable preventive regimen, no specific recommendation for foods couldn't be given. But, maintaining >2500 cc of daily urine output + decreasing oral intake of salt, red meat, ; dairy products by 50% would be a decent effective advice to decrease future stone occurrence.
Depends-stone type. Dietary restrictions depends on the type of kidney stone you have. The stone is analyzed and your surgeon or primary care physician will give you the recommendations.

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M south indian. Is it normal to have pain while getting erection 1 week after urinary catheterization and a kidney stone surgery done through my penis?

Post treatment. Complications from surgery or any invasive procedure need to be communicated to your doctor urgently. This sounds normal, but your physician is the one who should know this experience. Read more...

M south indian. During my kidney stone surgery though my penis I could hear that tik tik stone crushing sound. How do they do it? Laser technology?

Probably yes... Today, most of stones in the ureters or inside kidneys can be pulverized, removed or passed through long scope with holmium laser effectively and safely. The sound you might hear most likely is such laser, but its volume is low so hardly heard with other machine going on around in operating room. Read more...

M south indian. During my kidney stone surgery my surgeon attached a small tube to my left kidney? Why? He said infection? Is removing it really painful?

No. If this was a surgery done through your back to remove the stones, it is very common to leave a tube into the kidney to allow the urine to drain out and the bleeding to stop as well as the swelling to go down. It is not painful to remove this tube. Read more...
Here are some ... The described tube is called stent to help ureteral healing and urine drainage, and usually kept in for 1-3 weeks for individual need for healing and safety. Its removal can be done easily and safely under local anesthesia with flexible cystoscope to pull it out. Most patients tolerates such procedures very well, and it's not worth to be done under sleep. Ask Doc for detail timely. Read more...