Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones

Symptoms of Kidney Stones  varies. Kidney stones form when the levels of salt and some minerals in the urine are high for a long time.


These salts begin to accumulate into small stones, which may come out on their own when urinating, or they may remain in the kidneys or stand in the ureter to hinder the flow of urine and cause pain and harm to you.


Here are symptoms and signs that may indicate that you have kidney stones:

1- Backache or one of the waist

Kidney stones cannot be detected until symptoms and pain begin to appear.


People describe that the pain caused by kidney stones may be worse than birth.


Sometimes the pain of kidney stones begins to be a minor pain that can be tolerated, but it can quickly escalate into a sharp and painful spasm, the pain can be severe for a minute and then it completely subsides, and so on.

The disease usually feels pain in the back, one of the waist or under the rib cage, and it can spread to the lower abdomen or thigh.


Kidney stones in men can cause testicles or penis pain.


2- Changing posture and discomfort

When the stone is mobile and unstable in a place that may cause its owner to rest in no position while moving or sitting, you will find him changing his position to find which one is more comfortable.


Nausea or vomiting

You can feel nausea or vomiting when the stones block urine flow, which can lead to inflammation and kidney swelling.


4- Frequent urination

In some cases, the presence of stones may lead to urgent or frequent urination, or the need to shower quickly with small amounts of urine.


Some may think that the reason is the presence of an impediment preventing the passage of urine, namely stones.


5- Fever

Fever is not a common symptom of it. If you have a fever, the cause may be kidney stones, especially if the stone blocks urine flow.


This is an emergency and you should consult a doctor immediately.


In this case, a laser or sound wave that breaks down stones may be used to remove them through the urine and may be used to remove this obstruction in some cases.


6- Pain and burning during urination

If you feel a burning sensation or pain during the urination process, the reason for this may be kidney stones, especially if this stone is present in the ureter.


Not always the only reason for urine burning is the presence of stones, but most likely infection and urinary tract infections may be the cause.


In one study, it was found that 8% of patients with it had urinary tract infection, which is usually accompanied by a bad urine smell.


7- Blood in the urine

Kidney stones can irritate sensitive tissues of the urinary tract, including the ureter. It can cause bleeding or blood in the urine.


So sometimes the urine may appear clearly red in color, and if the bleeding is severe, the urine may turn a dark color similar to tea or cola color.



If you feel like your having a couple of these symptoms, immediately head to your nearest Ram Clinic to consult your Doctor.












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