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53 Best Doctors for Urinary Stones in Multan

Dr. Ali Akram

Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician, Family Physician, Consultant Physician

M.B.B.S., F.C.P.S (Medicine)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
11 Years Experience
100% (8) Satisfied Patients Satisfied

Dr. Ali Akram

Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician, Family Physician, Consultant Physician

M.B.B.S., F.C.P.S (Medicine)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
11 Years Experience

What is Urinary Stones?

Urinary tract stones begin to form in a kidney and may enlarge in a ureter or the bladder.The pain may radiate down the abdomen toward the groin or testis or vulva. Other symptoms include nausea and vomiting, restlessness, sweating, and blood or a stone or a piece of a stone in the urine. A person may have an urge to urinate frequently, particularly as a stone passes down the ureter.

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Who are the top doctors for Urinary Stones of January 2021 in Multan?

Top 10 doctors for Urinary Stones of January 2021 in Multan are:

  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Waqas Khan
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Amjad Ali Sheikh
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Abid Hussain
  • Dr. Muhammad Masood Afzal
  • Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan
  • Dr. Narjis Abid
  • Dr. Humayun Riaz Khan
  • Dr. Zeeshan Arshad
  • Dr. Muhammad Adnan
  • Dr. Muhammad Asif

How can I book an appointment with a doctor for Urinary Stones in Multan?

Click here to book an appointment with top doctors for Urinary Stones in Multan. Or, you can also call at 0618048444 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

What is the fee range of top doctors for Urinary Stones in Multan?

The fee for top doctors for Urinary Stones in Multan ranges from 500 to 2000. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

Are there any additional charges to book an appointment with doctors for Urinary Stones in Multan through oladoc?

There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

What is Urinary Stones?

Urinary tract stones begin to form in a kidney and may enlarge in a ureter or the bladder.The pain may radiate down the abdomen toward the groin or testis or vulva. Other symptoms include nausea and vomiting, restlessness, sweating, and blood or a stone or a piece of a stone in the urine. A person may have an urge to urinate frequently, particularly as a stone passes down the ureter.