Kidney Stones

What’s the Best Treatment for a Kidney Stone?

Shockwave Lithotripsy for Treating Kidney Stones Although most people have heard about kidney stones, many think of them as something uncommon. The truth is that more than 10% of men in the United States will develop a kidney stone at some point in their life and about six percent of women will also develop a

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What Are the Early Signs of a Kidney Stone?

Identifying Early Signs of a Kidney Stone If you’ve been having abdominal pains, one of the possible causes could be the development of kidney stones. It is estimated that 11% of men and 6% of women will experience kidney stones in their lifetime, and the numbers are increasing. This raises the question, what are the

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Questions to Ask Your Urologist About Kidney Stones

Questions to Ask Your Urologist: Kidney Stones If you have questions about kidney stones, then you’ve come to the right place.  For those who have never had a kidney stone, you might simply be wondering what it is. Meanwhile, if you’re currently experiencing a kidney stone, you’re probably more curious about what type of stone

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What Causes Kidney Stones?

Learn More About Common Kidney Stone Causes Kidney stones are hard, mineral-based masses that develop from chemicals in the urine. Once formed, the stone either stays in the kidney or travels down the urinary tract. Sometimes, kidney stones are small and are able to pass on their own naturally. But other times, these stones become

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How To Pass Kidney Stones Naturally

Natural Remedies to Pass Kidney Stones Kidney stones are hard, mineral-based masses that form into stones within the kidneys and urinary tract. Unfortunately, kidney stones are extremely common, as one in 10 adults will experience them at least once in their lifetime. Symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, fever, and blood in your urine are the

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Can You Get Kidney Stones From Drinking Soda?

  Learn More About Kidney Stones From Drinking Soda Did you know, one in three Americans drink soda on a daily basis? This statistic is easy to disregard, but it is important to highlight why kidney stones from drinking soda are such a common health issue in many adults today.  Keep in mind, not all

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Passing Kidney Stones: What You Need To Know

5 Things To Know About Passing Kidney Stones Unfortunately, one in 10 Americans will experience the unpleasant little kidney formations called kidney stones at some point in their lifetime.  While not everyone will get kidney stones, it’s important for you to not only understand why you’re experiencing kidney stones, but also what to do when you

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Can Wine Prevent Kidney Stones?

Do Libations Like Wine and Beer Reduce Your Risk For Kidney Stones? Kidney stone pain is unlike anything else—many compare the pain of kidney stones to that of childbirth. As uncomfortable as kidney stones are, there is little to do about them when you have one. Most of the time you have to wait for

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Understanding the Different Types of Kidney Stones

What doctors refer to as “nephrolithiasis”, you might know as kidney stones. Kidney stones are hard mineral based masses that typically form in the kidneys or urinary tract and cause an immense amount of pain. About 90% of stones can be treated to pass through the system on their own, but some are too large

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