I have had lithotripsy in the past and it does not work, I have a stone in each kidney, causing ... to it has never worked before. Cant I just wait until they move as long as there is no damage to kidney. ...
which is seen approx. 61 mm distal from the PUJ region causing mild hydroureteronephrosis . I know it means I have a kidneystone. I wan to know is it serious or will it pass through urine and if I do have ...
a kidneystone they gave me morphine I didn t say anything to the doctor about going in for kidneystones.do you think this will cause me a problem or should I call Monday to find out I need to do.I forgot all ...
some types of foods and low fluid intakes- there are others but these are the things u can control easily
Thanks for query.
Following factors contribute for formation of kidneystone
1) Concentrated urine due to insufficient intake of water.
2) Urinary tract infection (Commonest)
3) High blood calcium levels
4) Hereditary factor.
5) High uric acid levels in blood
6) Abnormal Oxalate metabolism
7) Drinking hard water containing high calcium salts
how to tell if u have kidneystones?
Hello. I just read through your question. Kidneystones often cause pain, so this could potentially be the first sign. Sometimes the first clue is the finding of microscopic red blood cells on a routine urine analysis. If either of these were to occur, an ultrasound could be done to confirm the presence of stones. Additionally, an ultrasound could assess the location of stones.