Worker's compensation is for injuries sustained while you are on the job. Kidney stones are not caused by your job, so no.
If your kidneys don't work, you get very ill, very quickly. Kidney stones are irrelevant in this connection. I have kidney failure and one of the first things that happened to me was I got kidney stones. I don't know if this is typical of kidney failure.
If you have large kidney stones, you should be more concerned about your health than whether or not you can collect money for it. Get the surgery and go back to work.
Though it depends on the person and the stone that is involved, there are treatments for kidney stones. Lithotripsy, a common procedure to treat kidney stones, involves using ultrasound (sound waves) to break the stones into smaller pieces to make passing the stone less painful and easier. The doctor may also go up with a small tube to "grab" the stone.
Unfortunately, yes. Â?In fact, people are more prone to kidney stones after getting one. Â?When you have Â?kidney stones, the doctor should investigate to see what is causing them. Â?Often, there is no clear reason. Â?The best way to avoid them is to drink a minimum of 3 litres of water in 24 hours, and make a habit of it, because dehydration is a major contributor to kidney stones, especially in people who work hard physically in hot conditions.
In most cases the urinary system will work very nicely if you just urinate when you are full, but there is a risk of kidney stones if you are not drinking enough fluids to generate a healthy flow. If you are prone to kidney stones you should be drinking two to three liters of fluid (water, fruit juice, coffee etc.) per day. If you are not prone to kidney stones, you can get away with one liter per day, but it will do you no harm to drink a larger amount if you so desire.
well the blood is pumped from the heart to the kidney so the kidney cleans it therefore a heart can work with the kidney
their kidneys were unhealthy so they get stones in their kidneys... drink alot of water to prevent that Not sure where this person was coming from but decided to leave it there as this is a common misconception. Kidney stones can be caused by several things; yes some unhealthy lifestyle choices may contribute but many people are in perfect health otherwise yet they have a stone. For example my body does not absorb calcium as well as others due. This is just genetic something I was born with. It has cause build ups of calcium oxalate in my kidney which then become stones. I am 28yrs old, eat very healthy, stay hydrated and work out and while this will prevent some stones i am told by a specialist that I will probably have stones once in a while the rest of my life. It is always good to drink a lot of water and dehydration can certainly damage the kidney, but that alone will do next to nothing in the prevention of a kidney stone. If you have them try to catch one, find out what it's made of and discuss with your Doc the best treatment for you.
Easy, go see a doctor. What do you call homeopathic remedies that have been scientifically tested and work?? MODERN MEDICINE.
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