Your kidneys filter waste and excess fluid from your blood, resulting in the production of urine (pee).
In the case of kidney stones, a solid, pebble-like piece of material that can form in one or both of your kidneys as a result of excessive levels of certain minerals in your urine is known as a kidney stone.
High quantities of calcium, oxalate, and phosphorus in the urine are responsible for the formation of kidney stones. These minerals are often detected in urine and do not pose a health risk when present in low concentrations.
Salt, smoking, animal protein, and alcohol are the four most common causes of kidney stone formation, respectively. When you ingest them in large quantities, they can be harmful to your renal system.
Avoid foods that might cause kidney stones: Beets, chocolate, spinach, rhubarb, tea, and most nuts are high in oxalate, which can lead to kidney stones in certain people.
Having difficulty urinating, You have blood in your pee, You may have sharp discomfort in your lower back or abdomen.
Detecting, treating, and avoiding kidney stones
It is feasible to manage the symptoms of kidney stones at home with medicine since the majority of kidney stones are tiny enough to pass in your urine.
Larger stones may need surgical intervention to break them up or remove them completely. Please remember to drink enough of water throughout the day in order to avoid any type of renal sickness.
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