kidney stones

Diagnosis of kidney stones

The person is diagnosed with kidney stones for the first time when visiting the doctor due to a disease or complaint of symptoms causing him pain or discomfort or when he goes to the emergency room due to the appearance of pain on either side of the side or abdominal cavity does not know the presence of gravel in the kidney and the doctor When the patient asks some questions about the nature of the pain and his way of life, then the doctor to conduct a comprehensive physical examination may be required to take X-rays to examine the kidneys and the patient's urine channels.

The patient may also undergo further tests that may require his condition, especially when the presence of more than one kidney stone or kidney or ureter is detected at the same time or if the family has a medical history of kidney stones. In order to determine what is the root cause of the kidney stone, the doctor may recommend blood tests for this purpose and determine the causes and the collection of urine for at least 24 hours. These tests help the doctor determine whether the patient is at risk of kidney stones in the future or not.

In most cases, kidney stones do not cause the appearance of pain. It is likely that a person will be diagnosed with kidney stones during tests to treat another medical problem.

Kidney stones are made up of minerals and salts that form the main source of urine as they crystallize into small stones and can change to larger sizes over time. The gravel may be small in the size of sand grains, large as the size of a ping pong ball or larger, and it is possible to keep the gravel inside the kidneys or to move outside the body by the urinary system if it is too small.

Grits are formed in the kidneys as a result of changes in normal, healthy levels of liquids, salts, minerals and other compounds contained in human urine.

It is common to feel no pain when crossing the gravel through the bladder, but it can be accompanied by the emergence of severe pain and lead to the emergence of other symptoms of severe pain.

The urinary system is the organ responsible for producing urine in the body and connecting it to the outside of the body. The urinary tract is composed of the kidneys, the channels that connect the kidneys to the bladder (Ureter), the bladder (urinary bladder), and the channel from the bladder to the outside of the body (Urethra).

In the case of an unforeseen pain, this indicates that the gallbladder is likely to block the urethra, or the presence of infection or inflammation of the urinary tract in the patient.

Some of the current treatment methods are:

Ultrasound therapy is meant to "break the corona with shock waves from outside the body by directing those waves from outside the body to the place where the gallstones are formed.
Many factors are considered, including the size of the gravel, its location in the urinary tract, the general health situation, and many other factors in order to determine the best and most effective treatment for determining whether or not it is preferable to perform a hysterectomy in the kidneys or to remove them by surgical intervention The cases where the size of the gallstones are oversized and very large.

Symptoms of kidney stones

 In most cases, the symptoms of kidney stones do not appear, as long as the stones remain in the kidneys, they do not cause any pain. But may cause a sudden and sharp pain if it moves on its way outside the human body out of the kidneys towards the bladder. In addition, you may feel nauseous and have vomiting

You should go to the doctor if you have a kidney stone or one of them.

Attention should also be paid to the appearance of sudden and severe pain on one side of the body, in the abdominal cavity or in the case of urine tendency to redness.

Prevention of kidney stones

When a person suffers from a lump in the kidneys or one of them, especially when there is a family tendency to have kidney stones, he is likely to suffer from this phenomenon in a continuous manner.

But it can take some measures and measures that prevent the return of gravel in its entirety. This is done by:

Take care to change the diet. This may help, but the result is attributed to the underlying cause of stones in the kidneys

Always drink enough fluids and drink enough water, about 2 liters a day, to maintain the purity of the urine. You should try to increase the amount of drink you eat slowly and in a gradual way.