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

Plus stones recur in about 50% of cases within 5 to 10 years.

Acute treatment. Recommend scheduled NSAIDs. They decrease ureteral spasms and work at least as well as opioids for stone pain...reducing the need for rescue meds to treat breakthrough pain.

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