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Any over-the-counter help for someone with bladder stone?
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In brief: Needs surgery
Bladder stones are treated with surgery.
A urologist looks into the bladder with a cystoscope (telescope) and can use a laser to fragment the stone into small pieces. These are then removed via the cystoscope. He/she will also determine the cause of the stone - usually obstruction or a foreign body in the bladder and offer appropriate treatment.

In brief: Needs surgery
Bladder stones are treated with surgery.
A urologist looks into the bladder with a cystoscope (telescope) and can use a laser to fragment the stone into small pieces. These are then removed via the cystoscope. He/she will also determine the cause of the stone - usually obstruction or a foreign body in the bladder and offer appropriate treatment.
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