Will drinking to much water cause kidney stones?

No. Quite the contrary. Water intake is one of the most important aspects of prevention.

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I drink 2 liters of water daily but I don't feel the urge to go to the toilet until night, I have kidney stones, is this the cause?

Not likely. It is possible that during the day the water is accumulating in the dependent parts, such as legs. When you lie down water is mobilized and kidneys excrete it. It is important for you drink water as you are doing. You may want to increase your intake of water early in the morning. Read more...
Water. The amount of urine that you drink is certainly what is recommended. The fact that you don't feel the urge is not related to kidney stones. Having kidney stones can cause pain, nausea, vomiting and lead to dehydration. If the stone is causing blockage, that can certainly also decrease urine output from that kidney. Read more...

How much should we drink water to avoid kidney stone?

Given prior history. In a patient with a previous history of kidney stones, the recommendation is to drink enough to void at least 2 liters/day. Read more...
See below. Generally you need to pass 2.5 to 3 liters of urine a day, so you need to drink a little more than that , any liquid will do, taking into account loss from sweat depending on climate. Read more...
> 2 L of urine/day. Need to have an overall fluid intake to achieve a urine output of at least 2, 000 mls/24 hours. It is dependent on your activity, environment, clothing, ........ The average soldier in desert storm needed 3-12 gallons of water per day. Travel, especially on an airplane, requires additional fluids: why do you think the flight attendents are always offering you water. Read more...

I get kidney stones, how much water should I drink a day? Right now I drink 6-8 litres a day (500ml every hour)

Keep it up,,, If you can sustain it, keep this amount up. This is actually more than normal as the average intake of water is about 6 to 8 glasses per day. You might find you're drinking too much so it depends on how you feel with it, like if you're going to the bathroom too often, or if your dr. Says you still have stones you might want to drink less or more. You can also see your dr. For a checkup. Read more...
No strict guidelines. Nobody's done a study, but if you drink enough water to keep your urine light-colored, it's probably plenty. Read more...

How much water should I be drinking with a 2mm kidney stone? In simple terms how many cups should I be drinking through out the day I want this out!

2-3 liters/day. Hydration will help prevent this stone from growing and prevent future stones from forming. Depending on where this 2mm stone is located, hydration may also help it to pass. Size of the stone affects the likelihood of passage. Strain your urine and save the stone. See a urologist. Read more...

Can you get kidney stones from drinking well water?

Thanks for asking! This depends on the mineral constituents of the well water and your family history. Renal stones tend to run in families and are often due to subtle abnormalities in various biochemical metabolic pathways. This could make a person susceptible to stones depending on the make up of the well water. Well water should always be tested if individuals have had or have a family history of stones. Read more...

Can kidney stones be treated early without medical intervention? Is just drinking more water enough?

Usually. If they are in an area where they can be passed, extra fluids will help. There is also a medication called Flomax (tamsulosin) that may help. Get the advice of your doctor or urologist. All the best. Read more...