Do You Have Kidney Stones? Do You Think You Do, But Aren’t Sure? Do You Get Them Often, And Need Some Preventative Advice?
Name: Bryan Gille
Working as an emergency room RN, I have seen many people suffering from kidney stones. About 80% are men, why we don’t know. They have lower abdominal pain or flank pain on one side. The pain they feel is intense.
We first ask them for a urine sample. Using a dip stick the nurse typically finds blood in the urine, often with hardly any infection (though there may well be infection, and often the presence of ketones, a sign of dehydration). The patient is then given intravenous fluids (salt water) to help flush the kidneys, and after the doctor’s formal diagnosis, pain medication also. The aim of the pain medication is to give the patient a rest as the fluids help the stones pass through less painfully.
A blood test and cat scan is often ordered for further confirmation. The scan can show both the size and location of the stone. If there is no sign of infection, the patients go home with pain medication and instructions to increase their water intake. They are also advised to use a strainer to catch and save the kidney stone, which can then be sent for analysis. Certain foods may then be proscribed to diminish the likelihood that more kidney stones are produced.
Dealing With Kidney Stones
Kidney stones are hard stone-like substance that forms in the kidneys. They may not trouble you as long as they are settled in one or both the kidneys. It is only when a kidney stone moves out of the kidney and enters the ureter (the tube that carries urine) on its way to the bladder that the pain begins. The pain can be from mild to severe depending on the size and shape of the kidney stone. The stone can block the flow of urine, and may cause bleeding too.
Kidney stone formation is a common occurrence and the stones are so tiny that they pass out with the urine without any hindrance. The larger ones may cause pain and make things miserable before making their way out of the body. A large stone may get stuck in the ureter causing pressure and pain. Chances of infection rise if the stone remains stuck in the ureter for long. This may also lead to damage of the kidneys.
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A person having stones may not even feel any symptom. Kidney stones are usually discovered after undergoing X-rays and other laboratory examinations for seemingly unrelated conditions.
Stones may form when the urine becomes too saturated with salt or when the urine lacks the normal inhibitors of stone formation. Aside from diet, some other factors that can cause this condition are heredity, drugs, climate, lifestyle factors and certain medical conditions. Find all these tips and more in this ebook!
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P.S. The crystals in the urine are responsible for kidney stones. When there is an imbalance in the minerals and salts found in the urine, it may lead to their formation. Different types of stones are formed depending on the salts present in the urine. This guide will give you more guidelines...
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