Try adding lemon or lime juice to your water the acid will will hopefully with time start to dissolve the stones.
O and make sure that you brush your teeth more often, the acid could possible eat away your enamel
GET ANOTHER DOCTOR!!!! I have been dealing with chronic kidney stones for 8 years. I have passed over 200 stones and have over a dozen currently between both kidneys. I have been to about a dozen different urologists with each telling my husband and I they don't know what to do to help me stop forming stones and then labeling me a "pain drug seeker" so they don't have to admit they can't figure it out. I am now being seen by a urologist at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD. The urologist has now brought in a nephrologist on staff to work with us. They have told us they will not stop searching until an answer is found and they can help me. I was told Johns Hopkins and the Mayo Clinic have the best physicians working with kidney stone disease. Don't let them dismiss you!! Dismiss them and move on to another doctor!! GOOD LUCK!!!
I checked with my husband and these are the 4 places across the US we were told are the TOP in kidney stone disease: Johns Hopkins-East Coast; Mayo Clinic-Central; Mayo Clinic-Scotsdale, AZ and University of Southern California-West Coast. Hope this helps you and you are able to get the answers you need and deserve.
As I said, I completely understand. I have been in constant pain for 8 years and the pain is now so severed I have been unable to work for over 3 years. I'm finally seeing hope in the distance but it took alot of perseverance and going thru many so-called doctors who should have their licenses revoked.