Kidney Stone Diet Taboos

November 6th, 2013

High levels of oxalate in your urine is a well documented risk factor for the formation of kidney stones. If your seeking advice on a kidney stone diet, then you’ll want to avoid foods that increase your levels of urinary oxalate.

The foods listed below, a partial list, are known to play a key role in increasing urinary oxalate levels. It’s advised that these be minimized in any kidney stone diet: Read the rest of this entry »

Kidney Stones Causes – Summer Time Heat Could Cause Problems

October 29th, 2013
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And doctors say for some people that heat can also bring the threat of kidney stones.About 4-million people are affected by kidney stones in the United States each year. And doctors say they see more cases in the summer, more at Why you’re more likely to get kidney stones in the summer | WTVR

 

New Therapy Not Placebo as It Dissolves Kidney Stones and Reverses Prostate

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Good news is that prostate enlargement or kidney stones, which typically necessitate taking lots of painkillers and medications or even having removal procedures, can now receive a priority treatment with a new harmless Thermobalancing therapy, states and more »

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Your Questions About Kidney Stones

April 23rd, 2013

Daniel asks…

How long does it take for kidney stones to leave the kidneys?

I have been diagnosed with kidney stones about a few months ago. I had two of them removed from my urethra along with many more still sitting inside my kidneys.
My question is how long will my other kidney stones that are sitting inside my kidneys come out?

KidneyStones answers:

Kidney stones are unpredictable, there’s no telling how long it could take to pass it, there’s a chance you can’t even pass it.

Steven asks…

How can I help get rid of kidney stones?

My momma has very bad kidney stones that hurt sometimes. I hate to see her like that. What’s some ways for them to break down and go away. She’s already tried beer, olive oil with lemon juice, and surgery, but they came back! Please help!

KidneyStones answers:

A kidney stone is a hard, crystalline mineral material formed within the kidney or urinary tract.

Nephrolithiasis is the medical term for kidney stones.

Symptoms of a kidney stone include flank pain (which can be quite severe) and blood in the urine (hematuria).

Kidney stones form when there is a decrease in urine volume and/or an excess of stone-forming substances in the urine.

Dehydration is a major risk factor for kidney stone formation.

People with certain medical conditions, such as gout, and those who take certain medications or supplements are at risk for kidney stones.

Dietary and hereditary factors are also related to stone formation.

Diagnosis of kidney stones is best accomplished using a CT scan.

Most kidney stones will pass through the ureter to the bladder on their own with time.

Treatment includes pain control medications and, in some cases, medications to facilitate the passage of urine.

If needed, lithotripsy or surgical techniques may be used for stones which do not pass through the ureter to the bladder on their own.

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What Do Kidney Stones Feel Like?

June 24th, 2009

Kidney stone pain is no joke. Maybe you are wondering if you have kidney stones and want to know what they feel like. Well, with stones it really depends on the size and amount. Large kidney stones can cause excruciating pain. You can experience back pain and similar pain that comes from a urinary tract infection. Many people experience pain while trying to take a breath as well.

Believe it or not, kidney stones can be huge (think golf ball!) or miniscule such as a grain of rice.

Intense pain is how most people will describe having and especially passing a kidney stone.

If you are unsure whether or not you have kidney stones it is a good idea to consult with your doctor. If you are diagnosed with kidney stones, take some time to read the other articles on this site as they will help you manage and treat kidney stones.

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Drink LOTS Of Water To Avoid Kidney Stones

April 20th, 2009

Just a quick note as we head into spring and warmer weather is just around the corner. When we’re in hotter temperatures we are more susceptible to fluid loss. This can often lead to the formation of kidney stones.

So don’t forget to drink plenty of water to ensure you’re doing your best to prevent them.

Another hint: Back in 2006 a study was performed that shows that having a glass of orange juice a day could prevent recurring kidney stones. Due to the level of citrates, OJ is a star performer and even beats out Lemonade!