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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

8 symptoms of kidney stones .

There is  8  common symptoms of kidney stones are most often felt by the sufferer

Bismillahirahmanirahim , have you experience in your life  when you suddenly woke up last night, it looks like you have a fever, but why your lower back also hurts. More over, when urinating, it hurts. You are also wondering, is it really a symptom of kidney stones as is often mentioned by the people out there?

 As for important info , Kidney stones are one common disease that often affects the urinary tract. Kidney stones can appear when 'heavy' substances in the urine settle in the kidneys or urinary tract, and then some minerals cling to it to form a small stone. When this happens, the stone can settle in the kidney or go straight to the urethra.

A person suffering from kidney stones may not feel any symptoms at first. While still small, kidney stones can even go out on their own during urination without causing pain. But when the size grows larger, then the stone can block the flow of urine so that arises some unwanted symptoms. This can happen when kidney stones get caught in the urethra connecting between the bladder and the kidney (ureter). Even so, the size of the stone is not the only cause of pain. Sometimes, stones can also be caught in certain areas of the kidneys causing discomfort.

So what are the early symptoms of kidney stones? In explanation, here are eight symptoms of kidney stones that you may feel:

1 .Pain when urinating
If you suddenly feel pain when urinating, then it could be the initial symptoms. This usually happens because the kidney stones are moving from the bladder to the urethra. Sensations such as stabbing or burning may arise when the kidney stones move farther away. In this case you are at risk of suffering from urinary tract infections. If you already feel the symptoms of kidney stones of this kind, then immediately visit a doctor. In addition to pain, if there is urinary tract infection, the frequency of urination is also more frequent than usual. You always seem to feel 'dying' though not too much to drink. In addition, the urine that comes out just a little, or even none at all.

2.The emergence of pain
The location where the stone is located, and how its movement in the urethra is very determine the pain you feel. Many people describe the pain caused by kidney stones like when their back or lower abdominal are stabbed. There is also a picture if the pain is more severe than when giving birth to a child. The pain can come suddenly and then settle, or become worse as time passes. Areas that feel pain can also extend to the inner thighs and lower abdomen. The sufferer may experience persistent pain, or it may also come and go. Sometimes it can end after a few minutes, but it appears again in the next 10 minutes. In some cases, the pain may appear longer. The pain experienced can also change if the kidney stones move to the other side of the urethra. If the sufferer is a man, then he will probably feel the pain in the area of ​​testicles and scrotum. Some symptoms of kidney stones are similar to sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore, to find out what the exact cause of the pain you are suffering, immediately consult a doctor to find out more diagnosis.

3.There is blood in the urine 
In addition to the increased pain and frequency of urination, you may also notice a change in color and level of urine concentration. Instead of yellow or clear, urine color but turns brown, pink, or even red. And if kidney stones block the urinary tract, then you may also find blood spots in the urine. This condition is called hematuria. Blood can enter the urine when kidney stones get stuck in the urinary tract, thus eroding the surface layer of the urinary tract through which it travels. How severe the pain is felt, can be an indicator of how big the size of kidney stones. Generally, the more ill, the larger the size.

4.Nausea and vomiting 
Some people who suffer from kidney stones claim to also experience nausea, even vomiting. This kidney stone symptoms automatically cause sufferers are dehydrated and malnourished. One of the causes of vomiting is usually because the pain is too heavy. But this can also be a sign that the body is trying to remove toxins from the body. The presence of stones in the kidneys obviously make this organ can not function properly, triggering rise in levels of toxins in the stomach and blood.

5.The smell of urine less tasty
In addition to discoloration, the aroma of urine issued is also less savory and even tend to rot. Although sometimes normal if the urine causes odor, but if the aroma becomes unbearable, then it is usually due to concentrated levels of chemicals and toxins in the urine. Kidney is an organ that plays an important role in removing toxins and chemicals from the body. But when the function is disrupted, then these substances can precipitate and crystallize in the body. The crystalline toxin then forms the kidney stones, which, when expelled through the urine, give off unpleasant odors.

6.Can not sit comfortably 
If the size of the kidney stone is large, then it can make the sufferer difficult to sit or lie down for a long time. The reason is because the two positions put additional pressure on the infected area. Therefore, no wonder if people with kidney stones are also experiencing other disorders, insomnia is one of them.

7.Fever and chills 
Symptoms of this kidney stones appear when accompanied by urinary tract infections, ranging from the kidney, ureter, and bladder areas. If the fever is too high, then the life of the sufferer automatically participate threatened. Conditions like this should get immediate treatment.

8.Kidney swell 
When the size of kidney stone is large enough, then it can block the flow of urine so hard to get out. As a result, the kidneys will 'drown' in the urine and experience swelling, in medical terms called hydronephrosis. The stomach part enlarges and when the area is touched, it usually will hurt.

So this info more are common complain for patient experience ,Those are some symptoms of kidney stones that should not be underestimated. Once one of the symptoms began to appear, then immediately consult a doctor to be treated earlier.
the most important for you to understand is the conditions that require you to immediately seek emergency treatment for kidney stones are as follows:

*Have a fever or chills, which may indicate an infection.
*Stop producing urine.
*You have a history of kidney removal and have only one kidney.
*Excessive nausea and vomiting.
*Experiencing confusion or severe fatigue.


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