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Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones

What are the kidneys?

The kidneys are two of the fist-sized organs located on the two sides of your back, over the waist, which are protected from the ribs.

What is the function of the kidneys?

  • Kidneys are considered to be the chemists of the organism.
  • They balance the water content of the body as well as the chemicals.
  • Remove the waste products from the blood.
  • They produce various hormones and chemicals that help in the production of red blood cells.
  • They help the body use Vitamin D, which keeps bones strong and healthy.
  • They keep blood pressure under control.

How does the release system work?

The separation system consists of 2 kidneys, 2 urinary bladders, bladder, 2 sphincter muscles, urethra (urinary canal).

  • Kidneys - remove the waste products from the blood;
  • Urinary channels - make waste products in the form of urine from the kidneys to the bladder;
  • Urethra - ejects the urine from the body.

What is a kidney stone?
Kidney stones are a solid crystal mass. The stones vary in size. They can be as small as sand or large as a ball for table tennis. They can appear anywhere in the excretory system.

What factors contribute to the formation of kidney stones?

  • Periodic Urinary Tract Infections.
  • Too little fluid intake.
  • Urinary tract blockage.
  • Consumption of too much calcium, red meat or Vitamin C.
  • Consumption of certain medicines.
  • Metabolism disorders.
  • Gout or chronic inflammation of the intestine.

What Are The Symptoms Of Kidney Stones?

  • Acute pain in the lower back.
  • Pain may be accompanied by nausea or vomiting. If there is urinary tract infection, the symptoms may include fever, sweating, and painful urination.
  • There may be blood in the urine.
  • Grief for frequent urination, unpleasant urine smell.
  • Some people have no symptoms, but they directly pass grit-sized stones through their urine.

Who is affected by kidney stones?

Kidney stones are more common in males than in females (3: 1) between 20 and 40 years of age. Stones appear in the summer because of dehydration.

How to prevent the reappearance of kidney stones?

  • Drink lots of water every hour of the day, at least 3 liters a day.
  • Avoid high doses of Vitamin C.
  • Consume vegetables (radishes and cucumbers), fruits (watermelon) and cereals regularly.

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