The question that you pose is a urological problem. I am a nephrologist and do not have any expertise in the management of kidney stones in the kidney. You may need to see a nephrologist and see what is causing all of these stones to form. A urologist is best trained to deal with stones that are actually causing pain and are within the kidney. Stones within the kidney do not normally cause pain until they pass into the urinary collecting system and the ureters (the tubes connecting the kidneys to the bladder). A nephrologist may be able to tell you why you have stones but does not have any surgical training to actually deal with stones that are present.
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