How is the exit of kidney stones

It should be noted that the symptoms of the release of stones from kidney quite painful and is characterized by the feeling of pricking and severe pain in the lumbar or renal region radiating to the thigh and groin. In addition, this process is accompanied by systematic urge to empty the bladder, and unbearable burning sensation. Such a pain syndrome will be patient until then, until the stone leaves the ureter. In addition, urine may experience spotting, indicating the presence of damage to the ureter directly sharp edge of the stone.

Colic is often cause fever and chills. In that case, if the size of the stones does not exceed a few millimeters, there is a possibility of their withdrawal from the body. However, if the diameter of the concretion reaches the size of ten millimetres and more, the stone can become stuck in the ureter and cause new bouts of colic. This can lead to a complete blocking of the outflow of urine, which in turn contributes to the development of hydronephrosis. Note that in this state the patient should obligatory be hospitalized and to carry out medical treatment in the hospital. There are cases that require immediate surgical intervention. Typically, the output of the stone is carried out within three weeks after detection of symptoms. However, sometimes this process is delayed up to a month.

Preventive measures

According to many experts from the risk of stones in the best way protects the kidneys, drinking large amounts of fluid. Hence, people who suffer from kidney stone disease, every day should drink at least ten cups of water. Also very useful the use of cranberry, lemon and orange juice. In addition, to reduce the level of calcium in the urine and, consequently, the risk of stone formation you need to follow a special diet based on a low sodium content. In addition, you must enter in your diet foods rich in magnesium are: seafood, sprouted wheat, vegetables with dark green leaves. This is because this element effectively prevents the development of all types of renal calculi. It is advisable to reduce the consumption of coffee, because caffeine increases the level of calcium in the urine and, therefore, there is a risk of formation of renal calculi.