The doctor explained that one of the best way to remove the stone was by treating it with a "Ureteroscopy and laser lithotripsy". For those who are not aware of what Ureteroscopy and laser lithotripsy is, 'During the procedure, the urologist passes a small scope through the urinary opening into the bladder, and from there up into the ureter, the small tube that drains urine from the kidney to the bladder. Once the stones are located, they are targeted with a laser that breaks the stone into smaller pieces, which are then extracted, or into tiny pieces of dust that wash out of the kidney with normal urine flow'.
Besides Brian's dad, my sister, and me we have no one else here in the U.S. Our financial state is currently not the best, and we have no way of paying for medical treatment (which can be absurd). At the moment we just have enough to just get by as it is. I have resorted to asking for help here because we simply don't know what else to do. Please, if you are able to support us we would greatly appreciate it. Any donation helps, there's no such thing as "too small". Thank you.
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