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Kidney stones removal preventions and treatments

Prevention is the best way to deal with kidney stones. Several removal treatments are mentioned to get rid of the stones in kidneys. Please visit http://causeofkidneystones.com for more information

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Kidney stones removal preventions and treatments

  1. 1. Performing kidney stone removal can be tricky as there many things need to be concerned. Visit http://www.causeofkidneystones.com for information about cause of kidney stones, kidney stone removal, passing kidney stones, and much more… Kidney Stones Removal: Preventions and TreatmentsAbstract: Prevention is the best way to deal with kidney stones. Several removal treatments arementioned to get rid of the stones in kidneys.Article Body:Kidney stones are stone like masses that build up in the kidneys to form larger and harder stones.They are believed to be formed from minerals like calcium that do not find their way out withurine. They are also called urinary tract stone disease. While stones smaller in size might notcause any discomfort, large stones can cause severe pain as they block the passage, better knownas urethra, through which urine makes a gradual movement from the kidney to the bladder.Lifestyle is usually what causes the onset of kidney stones. Fortunately, prevention and kidneystone removal is attainable at home. You should take good care your health since there is no curelike prevention. If possible try to eat citrus fruits in order to allow the body to cleanse and keepits performance top notch. Water is the kidneys best friend. Drinking lots of water can helpdissolve kidney stones supposedly. Also low salt and low alcohol diet should be maintained -these two things cause harmful stress to the kidneys. And finally you should check up with adoctor on a monthly basis
  2. 2. The natural kidney stone removal involves passing the stones along with the urine to remove thestones from the kidney. Many kidney stone removal treatments exploit this natural removal forremoving kidney stones. When the stones are less than five millimeters, they dont cause anypain and they are passed effortlessly to the bladder. But stones that are larger in size cannot beremoved easily. The different treatments for stone removal break the big stones in the kidney sothat they can be passed easily to the bladder.Another removal treatment is ESWL (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy). Several differentkinds of ESWL (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy) devices are used to remove kidneystones. One emits shock waves as the patient sits in a pool of water. Other devices aim at a softcushion that is placed next to the patients body. Anesthesia is necessary, but ESWL is generallydone on an outpatient basis. When you have ESWL, you can resume normal activities prettyquickly - usually in a few days.The downside to ESWL, which is often simply called lithotripsy, is that the stone is not alwaysshattered during the first session. At least one follow-up session may be needed. ESWL may notalso be suitable for certain types of stones, especially very large ones.Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is another type of kidney stone removal surgery. This type isoften used when the stone is too big to break up with ESWL. A percutaneous nephrolithotomyprocedure can also be appropriate when the stone is located where ESWL wont work very well.Pain in the sides of the abdomen, as well as during urination, and difficulty passing water wasteare surefire symptoms of kidney stones. If these start to appear, set an appointment with thedoctor for an examination, diagnosis, and advice for kidney stone removal. Kidney stones canlead to bigger complications like cancer and other things. Precaution and careful diet are also thekey to avoiding this painful condition.Performing kidney stone removal can be tricky as there many things need to be concerned. Visithttp://www.causeofkidneystones.com for information about cause of kidney stones, kidney stoneremoval, passing kidney stones, and much more…

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