Do zist in kidneys flush out like kidney stones?

Can you explain? "zits" in the kidney? You won't get acne in your kidneys, but pustules can form in acute pyelonephritis, a medical emergency. In some cases, the kidneys actually do look like they have developed acne. Dr. Fowler reminds me you may mean "cysts" -- if there are only a few, they are almost always harmless.

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Why do urologists suggest shockwaves if you have kidney stones rather than disintegration or flushing?

Here are some ... How to treat kidney stones has evolved fast over the past decade. Which way to go? That depends on professional adaptability and proficiency, institutional availability of equipments, the location and size and number of stones, and patient's clinical pictures, which play important roles to decide how to treat kidney stone with ESWL or laser lithotripsy via urethra/ureter to kidney. More? Ask Doc.. Read more...

Recently I have been identified with Gall & kidney stone. Kidney stone is cleared after flush therapy. Gall stone any medicine available.?

Sort of. There is a medicine called Actigall (ursodiol) that helps some people. It only works on certain types of gallstones, and if it works, it is needed for life because the stones will re-form if it is stopped. Nothing is necessary if you are not having problems with it though. Most people who have symptoms decide to have the GB removed. Read more...

What will kidney stones feel like?

If they. Are sitting in the kidney minding their own business they may produce no symptoms. If they block the flow of urine to the bladder they can produce considerable (sometimes excruciating) pain in the flank areas with frequent radiation to the area of the groin. Read more...

Does soda like coke dr. P. Etc cause kidney stones?

No they don't. #1 cause of kidney stones is dehdration sausing urine output to be low & concentrated. #2 is hypercalcuria, secretion of excessive amounts of calcium in the urine. Kidney blockage causing stasis or hydronephrosis, other causes: high salt intake, kidney infections especially with proteus, gout & high uric acid excretion, inflammatory bowel disease & high urate excrettion, cystinuria. Not coke & drp. Read more...
Soda. Typically, soda will not promote stones. They do contain phosphate, which might crystallize in urine with calcium but usually does not. The phosphoric acid may enhance calcium release from bone into urine. But, soda is not a stone promoter. Lemonade is a stone preventer. So is orange juice. High fluid intake - 4 liter per day is important to prevent stones. Read more...

My left testicle looks like its hanging low and bigger then normal, no pain, do. Have a kidney stone. What could be going on?

See your primary . Care doctor. This is the type of thing that needs to be examined to accurately evaluate. It may be due to something minor like an infection (epidiymitis) or could be a symptom of a hernia, hydrocele, or an early testicular tumor. Please have this checked by your doctor if you notice something out of the normal for you. Read more...

I am in major pain right now with what feels like a kidney stone. Can anyone help me with the pain without having to go sit at the er?

... not likely ... At 27, sudden-onset flank pain is true to strongly suggest stone passing through ureter, but are you sure that is what you suffer? Since the degree of stone-related pain may widely vary, any OTC pain pill may ease the low-degree pain. Unfortunately, most of stone-related pain is severe and unbearable and can be controlled with OTC drug but requiring narcotics. Hence, go to ER for better care... Read more...

I like nuts but I read they increase chances of getting kidney stones, and that freaks me out! But nuts have health benefits. Recommendation?

Nuts kidney stones. I like nuts but I read they increase chances of getting kidney stones, and that freaks me out! But nuts have health benefits. Recommendation? ANS: don't believe everything you hear(or read on the net). Recommend you read this book on benefits of nuts in diet. DASH DIET. Kindle Book-13: 978-1-43914-059-8. Read more...