How Do You Know If You Really Have Stones?

 The symptoms are usually classic such as pain in the the lower back or groin area. It can be dull or extremely excruciating depending on its size and shape. Sometimes people see blood in their urine. You may even feel a sudden urge to urinate or have discomfort while passing urine.
The fact is that if you’ve felt any symptoms the stone is already large enough to either get lodged or cause severe irritation and damage on its way out.
Kidney stones are becoming one of the most common urinary disorders affecting people across the world. In the US alone according to National Institute of Health over 10 million people are diagnosed with kidney stones each year. Kidney stones are a recurrent problem that keep forming once you’ve had them. The only way to permanently treat the problem is to resume the kidney’s ability to keep minerals dissolved in urine.

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