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Kidney stones are becoming more common...partly due to increasing rates of diabetes, gout, obesity, and other risks.

Acute treatment. Recommend scheduled NSAIDs. They decrease ureteral spasms and work at least as well as opioids for stone pain.

Nearly all stones smaller than 5 mm will pass on their own.

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