Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are solid, stone-like lumps that form in the kidneys. They can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball. These stones are actually accumulations of mineral salts and other substances.

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Kidney Stones

Why do you have gas with kidney stones?

Generally people don't.

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What is the procedure called that removes kidney stones by breaking them up in the urinary tract and allowing them to wash out with urine?

kidney flush

or MD can use ultrasound to break bigger stones

It is called Lithotripsy

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Kidney Stones

What is the medical term meaning condition of kidney stones?

Nephrolithiasis is the condition of kidney stones, which are also called renal calculi. (nephr/o means kidney, and -lith means stone).

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What is a cadaver kidney?

A kidney from a brain-dead organ donor used for purposes of kidney transplantation.

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Kidney Stones

What are the symptoms of a bladder infection?

you might have a pain tht feels like cannon balls hitting inside of your stomache...its very uncompterble!

The most common symptoms are pain or burning when you go pee. Or a lot of uncomfortable pressure. And the feeling that you have to pee a lot, but can't hold it. And when you do go, there isn't much there. You can even have a reddish tint to your urine. It most likely needs to be treated with antibiotics, so you need to go see a doctor.

I have had several bladder infections. When I get them, I know now within a couple of hours if it is really a bladder infection or not. The most common sign is the need to go pee every few minutes, when you do go pee, there is a lot of pain and cramping in your bladder, and when it comes out, your urethra and 'pee hole opening' burn and sting and stuff. Its the funniest thing - it feels so good and SO AWFUL to pee, all at the same time. May I suggest though, from someone who is practically an expert on the subject, drink LOTS!!! of water as SOON as you feel any kind of discomfort in your bladder or when you go pee. When you get a bladder infection or irritation, you tend to STOP drinking all together because it hurts so much to go pee, but doing that actually only makes the problem worse. If you drink lots of water it cleans out your bladder and washed away the bacteria which makes the pain lessen. As well, for people with reoccurung bladder problems buy cranberry pills. You can purchase them just about anywhere that sells vitamins. Just take one a day... and I tell ya, it keeps the doctor away. If you feel a bladder infection coming on take a couple cranberry extract pills immediately, and then take 1-2 every couple hours after that, and make sure you drink your water! Cranberry pills have a cleansing and almost anti-biotic affect. Ask your pharmasist. Another quick fix is cranberry juice (for those who enjoy the taste). But not cranberry cocktail. Make sure it's the real McCoy by checking the ingredients and making sure it is 100% cranberry juice. One last recommendation is to take a sitz bath. Fill the tub up with water hot enough that you can stand, just enough to cover your privates. Add a good half cup to full cup of regular table salt or epsom salt and sit in it - with your legs spread - for as long as possible or until the water cools down. Not only is this soothing, the salt will also kill some of the bacteria. Tips for avioding a bladder infection or bladder irritation are - make sure you keep yourself clean and bathed. 75% of the time, bladder infections are caused by feces (poop) making ots way into your bladder. Make sure when you wipe after using the toilet, you are careful about doing it by wiping from front to back and by wiping thoroughly (especially if you wear thongs a lot). When you have sex, try to make it a habit to go pee when you are done, that way you flush out any bacteria that may gotten up there from intercourse. If you have to go pee, go. Do't hold it for longer than you have to. If all else fails and it just doesn't go seem to wanna go away, antibiotics are probably needed.

Itchy bladder,hurts to pee. if u think u have a bladder infection see your doctor right away

Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms

(see below related link "Bladder Infection"

In general, UTI signs and symptoms develop pretty fast and can include:

• A strong, persistent urge to urinate

• A burning sensation when urinating

• Passing frequent, small amounts of urine

• Blood in the urine (hematuria) or cloudy, strong-smelling urine

• Bacteria in the urine (bacteriuria)

Different parts of the urinary tract system can develop specific symptoms if infection appears:

If infection attacks the urethra (urethritis), the most common symptom is burning during

urination. If infection enters to the bladder (cystitis), symptoms include pelvic pressure, lower abdomen discomfort and frequent, painful urination. If infection reach the kidneys (acute pyelonephritis), symptoms include upper back and side (flank) pain, high fever, shaking and chills and nausea.

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Kidney Stones

Are kidney stones a dominant or recessive gene?

It has many causes and usually complicated causes. I don't know about the rare causes and diseases ,but the common ones are because of recessive genes like the hereditary diseases that cause over production of Oxalate ,and also the Dent's disease which is X-linked recessive condition.

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Kidney Stones

How do you know if you have kidney stones?

Kidney stones are tiny pieces of minerals, like calcium, that collect in the kidneys and are too large to pass easily along the ureter, to the bladder, and out through the urethra. Symptoms of kidney stones, called nephrolithiasis, include extreme localized pain, perspiration, and often an associated infection. The most common symptom of kidney stones is a debilitating, shooting, intense pain anywhere in the abdomen. A kidney stone still lodged in the kidney would cause pain on one side, near your lower back. If it has moved partly down your ureter, the passage connecting the kidneys to the bladder, the pain might originate in your lower abdomen, side, or groin. A strong, continuous pain might indicate that the kidney stone is stuck permanently and will not be passed without a doctor's intervention. Other symptoms of kidney stones include clammy, cold, hot, or sweaty skin accompanying a fever or chills. Fever usually means the stone has caused a blockage, and your kidneys and urination cannot function normally. This kind of infection must be treated with antibiotics, as well as by removing the kidney stone. You might also be tired, nauseated, not hungry, or experience diarrhea or constipation. Some symptoms of kidney stones are very similar to the symptoms of a urinary tract infection or cystitis, especially in women. These have to do with urination. You might notice discolored or cloudy urine and pain, smarting, or burning during urination. A frequent or urgent need to urinate is usually a false alarm, as it may be difficult to actually urinate more than a tiny amount. Given these warning symptoms, a doctor can diagnose kidney stones by doing a blood or urine test, conducting an ultrasound, or taking an X-ray with or without dye. Then a medical professional can eliminate the kidney stone by a variety of methods, ranging from non-invasive flushing with lots of liquid, to minor surgery under general anaesthetic.

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How do you pass a 6 mm kidney stone?

Very carefully!!!!

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Is 5.5 a large kidney stone?

5.5 millimeters . . . . . I've had worse.

5.5 inches . . . . . Look out!

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Does smoking affect kidney stones and stint?

YES!

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How often can you get kidney stones?

There isn't a certain amount of times that you will get kidney stones. something that you need to ask your self is are you at risk for them?Do you have family history of kidney stones ? Are you between 20 and 40 years? are you taking certain medicines such as diuretics (water tablets), antacids and thyroid medications? do you have only one kidney, or an abnormally shaped kidney?do you eat a diet high in protein ?are you being regularly dehydrated ? do you have very poor mobility (eg, being confined to bed) do you have a disease of the small intestine or a small intestinal bypass? Men are more prone than women, and around half of all people who have previously had a kidney stone will develop another one within five years.

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What causes kidney stones?

Kidney stones form over years, finally becoming painful once they are at least a millimeter in length (some grow many times that large); the pain becomes worse if the stone lodges in the ureter; in that case, a device called a stent must be inserted to help prop the opening wide enough so that the stone will not block the flow of urine coming down the ureter into the bladder; if it does, hydronephrosis (backing up of fluid in the kidney) results.

Kidney stones are caused primarily by chronic mild to moderate dehydration, repeatedly going on for many years, making it difficult for the kidney to use enough water to dilute the waste going out. But there are also other factors, including hereditary predisposition, and diet -- items that are otherwise healthy, like spinach, can contribute to the formation of kidney stones in some people.

Since not all people may have the same causes for this, seeing a good urologist (or, in the case of women, possibly a urogynecologist) is the place to start. Usually, your primary care physician will refer you.

Concretions of calcium salt and uric acid or oxalic acid that form irregularly shaped stones in the kidney. (Food and Fitness)

For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated at the bottom of this answer box.

One cause for kidney stones is not drinking enough water. You need to drink water, not soda, tea, coffee, actually anything that has caffeine, caffeine dehydrates you.

Kidneys stones are mostly deposits of excess salt that your body could not pass.

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Does beer cause kidney stones?

Yes

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Does it hurt to pee out kidney stones?

Generally it does not hurt when the stone actually comes out. The most painful (and trust me it's very painful) part is when it travels from your kidney to your bladder. The tube it passes through is called the ureter; a tube that is quite a bit smaller than the urethra. How ever if it is a large stone it may come to rest in the bladder as well as the urethra. This can cause a sensation of needed to urinate constantly and may be accompanied by a burning sensation when you pee. Though most of the time when a stone has exited the ureter the rest may be an uncomfortable or awkward feeling but not so much painful and 9/10 it's over very fast.

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Where would pain be felt if kidney stone in left ureter?

lower back.

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Does dr pepper cure kidney stones?

yes.

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Can eating chalk cause the problem of kidney stones?

Kidney stones are caused by too much calcium. The kidneys cannot get rid of it, so it builds up. Eating chalk could contribute, but probably not be the main reason for the stones. Some people are prone to getting stones.

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Should someone with kidney stones drink beer?

Actually, there have been numerous studies done around the world, Finland, the US, etc., that have conclusively shown that for a large majority of men drinking Stout, porter, or other hops-heavy beers can help prevent calcium deposits from forming in your kidneys. Beer is high in oxalates, however, and your specific stone makeup may contra-indicate it's use for you. Beer and other alcoholic beverages also contain purines, which may increase the specific risk for the less common uric acid stones in susceptible people, although these are also dependent upon several other dietary factors and personal medical conditions. Some studies indicate that eating foods containing oxalates and calcium together may reduce the risk of stones. Most of the foods that contain oxalates are very important for good health.

It is NOT from any diuretic value from beer, simply because if you are drinking enough other liquids you will be passing urine frequently, and if not you are raising your risk levels for stone formation, and other beverages, such as coffee and tea, are better diuretics. Some research suggests a lower risk for stones with tea and both regular and decaffeinated coffees.

Most experts agree 10 glasses of liquid a day minimum, at least half of which should be water. If you have chronic stones, a gallon of liquid is your target.

To monitor whether you're taking in sufficient fluids, keep an eye on the color of urine. If it's dark yellow, you're not drinking enough. Urine should ideally be pale and light in color. Pee Pale is a motto heard at many a Stone Clinic. Fluid intake should produce at least two and a half quarts of urine each day.

Even one beer a day reduces the chance of stones by 40%, and 2 by over 60% and 3 beers taken in one hour intervals in the evening can reduce or eliminate the stones altogether. Some beer does contain stone-prompting oxalate's. Persons should always use moderation in their use of any drug like alcohol of course, and if you have trouble controlling your consumption you should seek other methods to reduce your kidney stone risk. Binge drinking increases uric acid production and thus, the risk of uric acid stones.

There are other factors that must also be considered such as weight and activity and protein and sodium intake, which can increase stone formation in some men and women. Women seem to benefit from beer and wine as well, although less so than their male counterparts. A lower risk for calcium stones is also associated with higher potassium intake.

Avoid ... Colas and Cranberry or Grapefruit juice. Cola reduces the level of citrate in urine and multiple studies have suggested that grapefruit juice raises kidney stone risk as does Cranberry, although if you also get infections limited cranberry juice use can help with that without presenting too great an additional risk of stones.

In one study, just one 8-ounce cup of grapefruit juice per day increased the risk for forming stones by 44%. Many soft drinks contain phosphoric acid, which increases the risk for stones. Some research shows that drinking one quart (less than three 12-ounce cans) of soda per week may increase a person's risk of developing stones by 15%.

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Can kidney stones cause miscarriage when pregnant?

Very Unlikely, but get medical help now.....it is more painful than childbirth! They will try to get you to "flush it out". Drink ridiculous amounts of water and go to emerg-sooner than later.

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What size is a 22mm kidney stone?

22 millimeters, or 0.87 inches.

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What hormone produced in kidneys stimulates production of red blood cells?

Erythropoietin, a hormone secreted by the kidney, stimulates the production of red blood cells. Almost all of the erythropoietin within the circulation is derived from the kidneys. Hypoxia is one of the main stimuli that induces erythropoietin secretion from the kidneys. In severe kidney disease, a decrease in erythropoietin production results in severe anemia.

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When to go to the hospital with kidney stones?

Uncontrolled pain, nausea, and vomiting. Fever. Unable to urinate.

Additional information: Many people have kidney stones and don't even realize it. Those are the people who are staying home. If your stones are being dealt with (you're on medication for pain while you wait for your operation date to come around, for example), you don't need to go to the hospital. When you can't get comfortable because the pain is THAT BAD, you're soaking through your bedclothes, and you have diarrhea, head for the hospital. (But don't drive yourself.)

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Will a urine test detect a kidney stone?

The doctor will perform a number of diagnostic tests to diagnose kidney stones. Diagnostic tests include a blood test, a urine test and a 24hr urine collection test. The 24hr urine test is done to monitor urine volume, levels of acidity, and if a stone has passed into the sample, the make-up of the stone - (ie: calcium-based, uric acid based, etc) is determined.

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Can a kidney stone cause you to miss your period?

Looks like youre screwed girl!!

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