Patient :Hi Doctor,
I am sending my father (Age 55 yo) lab reports, he had diabetes since 15 years and recently he diagnosed with kidney failure. His medications are insulin, eposis (erythropoitin), ATROVASTATIN, sodiumbicarbonate, urodexycholic acid, and his HBA1C 8.3. Recently he suffered with stomach pain after ultrasound they said two gall stones (10mm). Because of his uncontrolled diabetes they said they can not remove the stones. Now my father alsmost bed ridden, by any chance he could be back to normal positon in his health. Or if you can could you please suggest anythings to do. And also one more question gall stone will may cause any problems in future?
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