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What are Kidney Stones?

Kidney stones are solid salt and mineral deposits in the kidneys. When these stones migrate or clog the urinary tract, they frequently cause excruciating agony. Kidney stones come in a variety of sizes. Some stones are only a few millimetres in size, while others can grow to be inches long. Kidney stones are common, and they can affect both men and women. Calcium stones, uric acid stones, struvite stones, and cystine stones are the four major forms of kidney stones.


Lack of water

Being overweight

Chronic diarrhea

High blood sugar

High animal protein diet


Severe pain below the ribs, in the side and back

Pain while urinating

Pink, red or brown colored urine

Foul smelling urine

Urinating more than often


As soon as you observe signs of kidney stones, you should see a urologist. Your medical history will be discussed with the urologist in order to gain a better understanding of your problem. The doctor may conduct a physical examination and request that you undergo imaging testing in order to determine the size and location of the kidney stones. In addition to imaging testing, your doctor may order blood and urine tests to gain a better understanding of the state of your kidney stones.

Kidney stones can be treated using a number of different procedures. Laparoscopic therapy, laser treatment, and shock wave lithotripsy are three current and successful surgical treatments for kidney stones. The surgeon creates a small incision in the renal pelvis or the ureter, depending on the location of the kidney stone, during laparoscopic therapy for kidney stones. To get a better picture of the inside of the urinary tract, a small laparoscopic instrument is placed. The kidney stones are subsequently extracted through the incision, which is then stitched together.


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If you are suffering from kidney stones, you can consult with a urologist or a general surgeon. Since kidney stones is a disease associated with the urinary tract, checking with a urologist would be the best decision.

Once you reach the hospital for kidney stone treatment, the medical staff will begin the admission formalities and suggest if any other tests are needed. Considering you might be in pain, it is better if someone accompanies you to do the formalities. If your pain is moderate, the doctor will check your condition before beginning the surgery. If the pain is extreme, you may be rushed to the operation theatre immediately.

The four types of kidney stones surgeries are: 

  • ESWL (Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy) - It uses shock waves to break the kidney stone into small pieces that can move through the urinary tract and pass from the body. 
  • URS (Ureteroscopy) - In this, the ureteroscope is passed through the urethra and into the ureter to remove a stone using laser energy. 
  • RIRS (Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery) - It is a procedure for doing surgery within the kidney using a flexible ureteroscope to remove the upper ureter and small kidney stones. 
  • PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy) - It is a minimally invasive procedure in which large kidney stones are removed through a small incision in the skin.

It is quite difficult and inconvenient to pass multiple kidney stones naturally. In such cases, surgical treatment of kidney stones is the best option. With modern treatments like shock wave lithotripsy and laser lithotripsy, you can get rid of multiple kidney stones without any hassle.

Drinking a lot of water is the key to flushing out kidney stones, as well as preventing new stones from forming. For flushing out kidney stones faster, it is recommended to drink at least 10-12 glasses of water throughout the day.

Laser treatment for kidney stones is 100% safe. It is a high precision procedure and the risk of complications after the surgery is nil, so you can rely on it without any worries at all.

Kidney stones can cause recurrent infections in the urinary tract. Kidney stones can rub against the walls of the urinary tract and make the site more prone to bacterial attack. Also, they can get lodged in any part of the tract and cause a blockage. This can result in obstructed urinary flow and can lead to urinary tract infections frequently.

Prolonged and untreated kidney stones can damage the kidneys and affect their functioning over time. Urine buildup in the kidneys due to blockage can result in swelling of the kidneys and can cause loss of kidney functioning.

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