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Urinary Stones (Kidney Stones)

Urinary Stones (Kidney Stones) - Symptoms

Kidney stones usually cause symptoms when they pass into one of the ureters. This causes obstruction to the flow of urine and swelling of the kidney, as well as spasms of the ureter. It is also important to note that symptoms might not be related to 

The following symptoms can occur:

  • Loin pain: A sudden and severe pain of the back and sides below the ribs, which can radiate downwards towards the groin (also known as renal colic).
  • Haematuria: Blood in the urine
  • Frequency and urgency in urination
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Fever and chills: If there is superimposed infection

Urinary Stones (Kidney Stones) - Preparing for surgery

Urinary Stones (Kidney Stones) - Post-surgery care

Urinary Stones (Kidney Stones) - Other Information

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