Need advice on what is the the best way to get rid of kidney stones?

Depends on: The majority of kidney stones are not able to be chemically dissolved in your body. Some can, but most can not. Therefore depending on the size and location of your stones, they may or may not be passable. Sometimes surgical options are best for stones. You are invited to thoroughly discuss your options with your urologist.

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What is the best way to get rid of a 1 CM kidney stone?

Urology consult. This is a decent size kidney stone. I would recommend discussing this with your doctor or a urologist. Read more...

What's the best treatment to get rid of kidney stones?

Hydration. The best "home" remedy for kidney stone prevention is increasing fluid (primarily water) intake. Lemonade is also good for most people with stone disease. Restricting salt and protein may also help. For acute stone attacks, you should seek medical attention and possible evaluation by a urologist. Read more...
Stone prevention. Start with 2 liters of water daily....No pop....No beer....No ice tea....Water.....Limit salt intake, this is one of the most over looked stone risk factors.....Just those 2 things can reduce stone recurrence by 50%. Read more...

Kidney stones are regrowth even after removal of it. Give me some advice to get rid off it and please suggest some medicine?

See a nephrologist. If kidney stones are recurring, probably need to see a nephrologist. May need further testing to find the cause and for specific treatment based on the test results depending on the type of stone and chemical concentrations in urine. Read more...
Yes they recur. Kidney stones recurr. Obtain 24 hour urine tests anad blood tests for stone work up. In the mean while drink enough water to make 2.5 liters of urine. Read more...

Is it true that homeopathy best to get rid of kidney stones?

Stones. Although diet and nutrition are important in stone prevention, there is literally no way that homeopathic therapy will get rid of existing kidney stones once formed. Your best bet is a urologist. Read more...
Not "best," but -- I agree with my colleague that other treatments will likely be needed with existing kidney stones -- especially large ones. However, homeopathy may have potential in solving chronic tendencies towards making them: http://tinyurl.Com/mhjmoxg also there have been cases where existing stones were successfully expelled with homeopathic treatment: http://ccrhindia.Org/ijrh/2%284%29/7.Pdf. Read more...

Anyone know what is a natural way to get rid of kidney stones?

Fluids. Drink a lot of water/fluids and walk around. Change positions. Stones can be painful when they pass. Read more...

Is there a way to help get rid of kidney stones?

Depends. Some stones may be helped by alkalinizing the urine, some by acidifying. Some may only be helped by removal. Most stones benefit from good hydration. Some are helped by dietary modification. Ask your urologist. Read more...

Hello can I get rid of kidney stones?

Depends . Hi, it depends upon the size, the location, and the composition of the stones. . Without the above details it would be difficult to advise further.Please see a urologist. Read more...
Fluids to try. To flush them out. If large may need to see a urologist to have them removed. Try to stay well hydrated to help reduce the incidence of stones. Read more...

How can you get rid of kidney stones?

Depends. Depends on the position, size and composition of the stones. Many non-obstructing stones in the kidney can be treated non-invasively with shock wave lithotripsy (eswl). Read more...

How to get rid of kidney stones naturaly?

Kidney stone. They usually pass spontaneously if less than 1cm. It may take 1-4 days. Drinking fluids is the key i recommend a good pain medication (they are so painful). Read more...
Drink 4 small stones. Small kidney stones up to 6mm can pass on their own by maintaining a high fluid intake. Kidney stones of > 6-8 mm may well not pass and get stuck andyou will need a urologist, also for:- 1 CM stones which will certainly not pass on their own and will require shokwave tithotripsy. 2cm stones will require percutaneous lithotripsy. Hopefully you have had or will get metabolic workup to find cause! Read more...