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Does hcg cause kidney stones

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What causes kidney stones? how long do kidney stones take to form to the point where you can't pass them? I'm average? ...

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today, Sat. Aug 26. I have to go bad but cant pee at all. What could be causing that & could it be an unpassable kidney stone? ...

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What are the possible reasons of kidney stones? ...

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address is YYYY@YYYY . I know I have kidney stones. Am I maybe passing one/some? ...

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I have an 8mm and now a 4.5mm stone. Causing pain and now severe swelling in hands and face. labs fine and so they are doing nothing about it. Frustrating and upsetting ...

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I met a doctor and for back pain..after doing ultrasound...he said I am having kidney stones, I want to know what are the causes of kidney stones?? ...

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i had a tubal ligation in 2005 since then i have had 11 kidney stone surgeries and have to go to urologist again for number 12 could the tubal be causing this before the tubal i had none. i changed diet ...

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Hi i was wondering wat the main causes of kidmey stones are and how long id have to be off work ... stones i got a very uncomfortable feelin an i get pains in my back, side and front of my side and above ...

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I have a history of kidney stones. Currently experiencing pain in back, chest, abdomen and right ... breathing. Movement can be sharply painful. Another stone possible? ...

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with renal kidney failure and had a kidney stone. Since that time my sister in law informed me that there are lawsuits against the drug and that it causes kidney issues and in some cases death. ...

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. Is this normal with kidney stones or is it caused by the medicines? I am on toredol, oxycodine, flomax ...I have a kidney stone that is 5mm since wednesday. I havent had a lot if pain today but i have ...

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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. ...

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which is seen approx. 61 mm distal from the PUJ region causing mild hydroureteronephrosis . I know it means I have a kidney stone. I wan to know is it serious or will it pass through urine and if I do have ...

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anything like kidney stone, all internal female organs look o.k. cannot have mri as she has a pacer. does have some degenerative disc changes; but no compression fractures. any suggestions for cause or other ...

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Dear sir, I m suffering from a 9.6mm kidney stone in my left proximal ureter causing mild ... actually need to go for operation? Or is there any medications available to melt the stone? Plz give ...

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some types of foods and low fluid intakes- there are others but these are the things u can control easily

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Hello Thanks for query. Following factors contribute for formation of kidney stone 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 Dr.Patil.

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Hello. I just read through your question. Kidney stones 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.