Kidney stones are a condition that affects hundreds and thousands of people each year. They are actually crystals that form in the kidney and combine to form a larger stone. People who have kidney stones have a specific set of signs and symptoms they experience when the condition flares.
The symptoms of kidney stones are usually extreme pain which will begin suddenly when the stone moves in the urinary tract and blocks the flow of urine. Very typically the individual will feel a sharp and cramping pain in the back on the side of the kidney that is affected. The person can also experience nausea and vomiting.
Causes, Types of Kidney Stones and How They Form
The formation of the stones occurs when the normal balance of water, salt, minerals and other substances in the urine changes. The balance of the changes determines the type of stone that develops.
Factors that affect these balances include not drinking enough water and medical conditions such as gout, inflammatory bowel disease and bowel surgery which changes the way the body processes calcium.
The current research and theory holds that kidney stones form when the urine contains too much of substances that create small crystals that later become stones. If a person gets kidney stones once they are more likely to develop them again later.
Kidney stones can also occur in infants that are born prematurely. And certain types of the stones appear to run in families. Other types of stones happen more frequently when the individual suffers from obesity, renal tube defects, bowel disease or ileal bypass.
The reasons the stones develop are dependent upon the types of stones that have developed. For instance, calcium stones are the most common. They occur more frequently in men than women and usually between ages 20-30. The calcium in the urine combines with other substances, such as oxalate, phosphate or carbonate to form the stone.
In other instances the stones are formed in people who suffer from cystinuria which is a disorder that runs in families and affects both men and women. In this case a cystine stone is formed.
Struvite stones are found more frequently in women who have urinary tract infections. These particular stones grow very large and can block the kidney, ureter or the bladder causing an immediate problem that must be addressed to save the health of the kidney or bladder.
Uric acid stones are more common in men than women and happen most frequently when the sufferer is experiencing gout or chemotherapy. Uric acid stones form because of the changes in the pH of the body system.
Dissolving Kidney Stones Naturally
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This remedy contains a selection of herbal ingredients known to support overall kidney and urinary tract health, without side effects. Stonil is easy to ingest and hassle–free with no artificial colors or preservatives. It is safe for all ages, including pregnant women or those who may be breastfeeding.