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How to fake a kidney stone

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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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I have a question: I got 2 ct scans. 1 of my abs for kidney stones and one for my head. Should I be worried about my increased cancer risk? Did my cancer risk increase? If so, how much? heard your body ...

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where kidney stone come from, is it from food ...

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im a little worried i may have kidney stones. i am a hypochondriac and i am freaking out. i dont have any of the symptoms but at the same time, i would like to check to see if i have them because if i ...

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What is the appropriate test for a 20 year old female with possible kindey stones. Ultrasound cT or MRI?

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how to prevent kidney stones? Please advice.... ...

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hello sirI am Harjinder singh (age 22). I am suffering from stonesleft kidney has stones of size 2 ... part Right kidney shows grade 1hydronephrosis & stone of size about 6.5mm near upper pole and 6 mm near ...

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i have been work with a friend for the past few day and i have a kindeny stone in my kndeny right now and it should get fixed in a few days seeing a doctor for it. but the last few day i have had dark orange urine and my lower roght side has been...

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hi , good after noon in the last year , i trouble with some pain at kidney side, at that time some rmp treated me and it is cured . but he may doubted that kidney stones may be there. i didn t conform ...

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kidney byapsi at 1997 in CMC Vellore in india. the result is minimal change decise.and albumin ...,2009 its so again now i have a back pain at the byapsi part of the left kidney. urine albumin ++++ now i ...

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I develop kidney stones very frequently and they are extremely painful for 7-8 days at times. they are formed due to uric acid. I drink water too. my kidneys are horse shoe shape. I have been told that my ...

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since last weak i felt pain in my lower abdomen i went to dr and he after ultra sound informed me u have stone of 3 mm in your kidneys and after that he gave me treatment after three days of medicine ...

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Hello Doctor, my wife, age 31 years, wt 52 kg, suffering from calcium stone, currently she is taking homeopathy medicine for it. since morning, she gets burning sensation while passing urine, she has felt that some of the very small pieces of...

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Hello, Welcome. Eat and drink calcium and oxalate-rich foods together during a meal, don't avoid both. Drink plenty of fluids, mainly orange and lemon juice. Reduce sugar in diet. Limit red meat, organ meats, and shellfish, and follow a healthy diet that contains mostly vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and low fat dairy products. Take care....

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drink water 4 lit/day, avoid cabbage

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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.