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How long does it usually takes for a kidney stone to pass?

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Dr. Phillip Porch
General Practice
2 doctors agree

In brief: Most in 2 days

Most stones if they are going to pass will pass in the first 48 hours.
The chances after that start to decrease. The chances probably never go to zero but after a week, the chances are probably around 50% of it ever passing.

In brief: Most in 2 days

Most stones if they are going to pass will pass in the first 48 hours.
The chances after that start to decrease. The chances probably never go to zero but after a week, the chances are probably around 50% of it ever passing.
Dr. Phillip Porch
Dr. Phillip Porch
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Dr. Peder Horner
Radiology - Interventional
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Completely variable

The time taken for a kidney stone to pass is entirely variable and depends upon the person's hydration level, stone size, and location of the stone.

In brief: Completely variable

The time taken for a kidney stone to pass is entirely variable and depends upon the person's hydration level, stone size, and location of the stone.
Dr. Peder Horner
Dr. Peder Horner
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