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Multiple Kidney Stones In Both Kidneys
Can taking high doses of vitamin d3, 5000 iu's daily for two years straight cause me to have multiple tiny kidney stones in both kidneys?
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
Won't pass: Stones that large won't pass on their own. Patients with pain that doesn't change in location or that can't keep fluids down, should go to the er. ...Read more
I have kidney stones in both kidneys. Could this cause both my white and red cell counts to be elevated?
I have a kidney stones in both kidneys cal oxal monohidrat what should I be avoiding eating or drinking?
I have no insurance and have kidney stones in both kidneys plus an infection in left one........Can anyone help me?
Kidney stones & infx: Many areas have clinics that base fees on sliding scale according to pt's income. In meantime, drink plenty of water & cranberry juice to keep kidneys flushed & possibly help fight infection. Hospital clinics often r willing to work out payment schedule for those who have no insurance. ...Read more
I had kidney stones in both kidneys diagnosed for years. After 4 weeks supplementation of vit k2-mk7 along with octacosanol, no stones. Comments? Ty.
A good result,,: It's hard to say if these resulted in resolution of your stones directly as the octacosonol is possibly beneficial by inhibiting cholesterol production and the vit k2-mk7 helps with heart disease and bone health, but they could have indirectly helped. It's possible they were calcium stones and were dissolved and they may have helped renal function and circulation to clear any stone. ...Read more
I have kidney stones in both kidneys, but am having no pain. I constantly feel the need to pee and it has smelt like rubber for about a week. Should I?
Kidney stones: Non obstructing stones should not cause too much discomfort. They also shouldn't cause you to void a lot unless they are passing. ...Read more
Hi. Would like to know with kidney stones in both kidneys are u more prone to UTI infection. Had 10 in. In a year. Female. Thank you:)?
See below: Kidney stones cause blockage or ripples in the flow of urine and sometimes the blckage may be complete. Uti can be a cystitis ie a blader infection alone, or pyelonephritis ie a infection upto the kidneys. Prescence of a stone or many stones cause a susceptibility to infection, and it would advisable to seek a urologist to eliminate the stones and also try and prevent new ones. ...Read more
Husband has non-obstructing kidney stones in both kidneys (10mm and 9mm). He has NO symptoms. Drink lots of water and lemon daily but stones stillthere?
Consult with: A urologist. Although these are not particularly large stones, they probably will not pass own their own. ...Read more
Cat scan shows kidney stones in both kidneys. Largest 10mm right side. Had on and off dull low back pain and blood in urine. Can they cause damage?
Yes: If the kidney stone blocks the flow of urine from the kidney, you can get permanent kidney damage, but that can take weeks to happen and is associated with severe pain. Also, kidney stones can become infected from pyelonephritis (kidney infection - not a typical urinary tract infection (uti)) and be challenging to treat. Please see your health care provider and consider a referral to urology. ...Read more
I just was diagnosed with kidney stones in both my kidneys, what should I be avoiding eating or drinking?
Hi, I have kidney stones in both of my kidneys. I am 5ft8" & 78 kgs. My water intake is 3liters and I am a vegeterian. How to get rid of these?
Drinking is good but: Drinking water is good but not the only answer. If you have any recurrent kidney stones or you have multiple stones you may need to do a 24 hour urine collection. After the urine test you may need to see a dietitian that will adjust your diet to decrease your risk of having other kidney stones. Depending on the stone composition you may need to be started on medications. Counsel a specialist. ...Read more
Do your best...:
Recurrent stone formers should follow instructions closely from treating urologist designed according to the report of stone work-up. So, to keep daily urine output constantly >2500 cc evenly through 24 hours, and consume less salt, red meat, and dairy products by at least 50% is a universal decent advice. Practicing stone prevention can be hard, but doable and effective.
Best wish. .. Always. ...Read more
Many causes: In women the most common cause is not drinking enough water. In men, the most common is too much calcium in the urine and there are several causes for this. Find an expert in the metabolic evaluation of kidney stones, usually an endocrinologist, or go to a major medical center with a stone clinic. We can prevent over 90% of recurrences with proper evaluation and treatment of the underlying cause. ...Read more
Cautiously: Agree w dr rodriguez. No direct relation. But, much calcium intake leads to much calcium in urine. Calcium with meals is safer than bet meals since it binds to phosphorus in gut leading to loss in stools lowering calcium/phosphorus levels in urine i.e. Cutting phosphorus stones. If use calcium for bone health, use calcium citrate & get 24 hr urine calcium levels, if hi it adds to stone risk still. ...Read more
How fast can't kidney stones grow? It's for a school assignment and I'm having trouble finding information.
Here's your answer: The vast majority of kidney stones certainly grow very slowly, as we commonly see them as incidental findings at autopsy and they have surely been growing for many years. This being said, a proteus infection in the kidney or a hyperuricemic crisis during an illness can precipitate struvite or uric acid solids in the kidney which could easily form a stone in short order. ...Read more
I have constant kidney stones I'm 42 female just woke up with severe kidney pain ans I wet the bed I have never done this before?
Kidney stones.: 42 F US notes: I have constant kidney stones I'm 42 female just woke up with severe kidney pain I wet the bed I have never done this before? ANS: Need more details. Where are stones in kidney only or also in bladder. If one was blocking urine flow and then moved your bladder may have filled up with pee quickly and then it got too full and over flowed. See your Dr. ...Read more
Many things: Like chronic low-grade kidney infection, metabolic imbalance, hyper-parathyroidism, medications. You should be discussing this with your urologist who is an expert in managing kidney stones. Stones can often be passed by themselves. Sometimes they need the help of a urologist or interventional radiologist to get them out. ...Read more
Syoned: I don't know of any dietary items that alter the course of kidney stone pain. Typically stones are only painful when they leave the kidney by way of the ureter. See a urologist for therapeutic options. ...Read more
How can I get the pain from these kidney stones to leave? I'm a CNA and it's so hard to work in so much pain and I have a high tolerance for pain. This is 8/10. I'm 19 this is my third this month no previous history of them.
I'm 18 right now. I used to have kidney stones earlier. Is it safe for me to take On' Serious mass?
Serious Mass: This is really rich in protein, calcium, sodium, and phosphate. This combination can promote stones. It depends upon your kind of kidney stone but I advise against it. Best to eat egg whites as your protein supplement. Minimize red meat. Eat large amounts of fruit and veggies. Drink 3 liters per day. Include lemonade and lemon extract (ReaLemon). Tell me what kind of stones you had?? ...Read more
Is family history of significance in terms of developing kidney stones? I'm other words is there a congenital link?
What do you suggest if my father has kidney stones. I don't really know what to ask. I'm really worried. Will be be ok?
Hi, I'm doing a project on Kidney Stones. The question is, when you get Kidney Stones, how does it affect your digestive system?
They don't.: Being kidney stones stay within the urinary system (kidneys, ureters and bladder) they should have no direct effect on the digestive system. Indirectly, though, if you have stone that's stuck and causing severe pain, you could get something called "reactive ileus" wherein the GI tract contractions slow down precipitously. ...Read more
Solutes precipitate and combine to form stones formed of calcium oxalate usually around a nidus of uric acid. Other solutes that form stones are ca and mg phosphates, cystine, and uric acid staghorn calculi form in the presence of chronic urinary tract infections. Stones can be painful, may require ...Read more
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