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Kidney Stone

Also called: Nephrolithiasis, Renal Stone

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Probably a stone in the right one as well. My son is 43 and has kidney stones since he was 18. Usually has multiple stones in both kidneys. At one...
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Your symptoms aren't very specific. What side is the pain on? and is it high or low? what other symptoms?
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U R Dehydrated.  Drink fluids, mainly water i suggest
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have no knowledge
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There's no one true way without catching the stone or stones in a small sieve while urinating other than a CT scan showing there are no stones...
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Running to the restroom more then 8 times a day skin is very itchy.
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In Herbs of the Earth by kidney stone pain relief, she lists under stones and gravel in the urinary system pertaining to kidneys and the bladder...
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Having had kidney stones myself, I am personally familiar with the do's and don't of diet, but I have not heard of peppers (the color is not...
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water alone is a detergent to kidney stones.
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The urologist treats kidney stones and other urinary tract disorders. A gastroenterologist deals only with disease of the stomach, intestinal tract...
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Hi If you google this, ureteral stent and pregnancy, your read on some of the sites that it can be very helpful, not a hinder or a danger.Do hope...
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Ask to see a urologist. It is not normal to have three KIDNEY infections in three months. You need a more thorough diagnostic work-up, and kidney...
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Then you'll get kidney stones, if too-much calcium is taken by you, but typically your system is excellent at managing this. Itis only once you...
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I don't know...I can't see them, but it certainly is possible. Kidney stones can cause UTI symptoms, and of course, stones can be as tiny as...
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