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Many people are
not aware of it but there are actually different types of kidney stones that
some individuals suffer from. Among those types, the most common that most
people develop is called "calcium oxalate stone." While others are
called "struvite stones," "uric acid stones," and
"cystine stones." These types vary depending on what cause them and
their characteristics.

People who are
prone to kidney stones must familiarize themselves with the different types as
early as possible so they would know what to adjust. Aside from setting
lifestyles changes, knowing what type of kidney stones develop in the body is
also important because it will help you do the things that will prevent their
existence in your body system.

The symptoms of
kidney stones

To be able to
address the condition properly, it a must for people who are prone to having
kidney stones to familiarize them with the condition. In order to determine if
one is suffering from kidney stones, here are some medical alerts or symptoms
to be noted:

1. Pain in all
levels: As vague as it is, pain in varying levels is one of the major medical
alerts of kidney stones. Considered as a common symptom for kidney stones, pain
may vary depending on the size of the kidney stone and the length of time that
it remains undiagnosed. Experts say that pain which can be mild or extreme is
normal for people who suffer from kidney stones. This is because as the stone
increases in size and weight, the more discomfort it brings especially during
urination. Another form of pain that can be experienced due to kidney stones is
from renal colic, which brings waves of severe pain that lasts for more than 10
minutes and can even last for an hour depending on the location of the kidney

2. Blood in the
urine or "hematuria": The
presence of blood in the urine is quite disturbing but this is one of the most
common medical alerts of kidney stones.

Other symptoms of
kidney stones include nausea or vomiting, pain with urination, and at times,
the urgent need to urinate which are usually characterized among children and

The importance of

Did you know that
almost 50 percent of the people who suffer from kidney stones would likely have
them again in the next 10 years or so? This is because many of the sufferers do
not continue medication and they cease from maintaining healthy diet and

People who are
likely to suffer from kidney stones can go to any hospital's Emergency Room or
"ER". Here, you can ask the attending physician or the hospital clerk
on duty to undergo testing. It is advantageous for you to go straight in the ER
because hospital people will attend to you directly. In most cases, it would
take a long time before one can actually set at check up with a specialist. So
it would be best if you go directly to the ER and get the prompt attention that
you need.

Diagnosis can be
done through an assessment of the person's clinical history, a physical
examination, laboratory evaluation, and x-ray for follow up. Having early
diagnosis can definitely help you determine which type of kidney stone is
present and would lead to faster and reliable treatments.

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