At aarogya clinic multispeciality centre we remove kidney stones without surgery.Since 2000 we had removed more than 600+ kidney stones from our patients.
Kidney stones are clumps developed from solidified crystals in the kidney or urinary tract. The urine has all the ingredients that form the stone, but all these ideally pass through without our knowledge. When there is an imbalance in any of these substances, the crystals cluster together into stones. The size of the stone can be as small as a grain of sand to one as large as the size of a golf ball. The most commonly found kidney stone in humans is usually made of calcium oxalate. Other rare varieties of kidney stones include those made up of cystine, struvite (magnesium, ammonium and phosphate), calcium phosphate, uric acid, etc.
Kidney stones are one of the most painful of the urologic disorders. Men tend to be affected more frequently than women.
What are the symptoms of kidney stones?
Some people may not have any symptoms, but most have at least some, such as :
- Severe pain in the kidneys or lower abdomen, which may move to the groin; pain may last for minutes or hours, followed by periods of relief
- Nausea and vomiting
- Burning and frequent urge to urinate
- Fever, chills and weakness
- Cloudy or foul-smelling urine
- Blood in the urine
- Blocked flow of urine.
The most common symptom is an intense, colicky pain that may fluctuate in intensity over a period of 5 to 15 minutes. The pain usually starts in your back or your side just below the edge of your ribs. As the stone moves down the ureter toward your bladder, the pain may radiate to your groin. If the stone stops moving, the pain may stop too .If a stone stays inside one of your kidneys, it usually doesn’t cause a problem unless it becomes so large that it blocks the flow of urine. This can cause pressure and pain. Over the years the stone could enlarge considerably affecting the kidney function and causing a portion of the kidney to be swollen or enlarged besides leading to an increase in blood pressure. They could even cause repeated episodes of severe pain and blood in the urine. Stones less than 5 mm in size usually pass out spontaneously; however the majority of stones greater than 6 mm require some form of intervention, especially so if the stone is stuck causing persistent obstruction and/or infection of the urinary tract.
Homeopathy can be used to speedily expel an existing stone and is extremely helpful in preventing their recurrence. Homeopathy is also useful in treating secondary infections of the urinary tract arising after injury from the moving stone. Most people think that getting rid of an existing stone is the end of the problem but they are not aware that the stone formation can recur. It is the tendency of the formation of stones that needs to be treated and this is possible with Homeopathy.