Passing Kidney Stones: What You Need To Know

5 Things To Know About Passing Kidney Stones Unfortunately, one in 10 Americans will experience the unpleasant little kidney formations called kidney stones at some point in their lifetime.  While not everyone will get kidney stones, it’s important for you to not only understand why you’re experiencing kidney stones, but also what to do when you

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3 Ways to Pass Kidney Stones

Kidney stones can only naturally come out of your body one way, which is with your urine. Small kidney stones (less than 5mm) can usually come out by themselves. Larger stones will require doctor intervention. Here are three ways to pass these smaller kidney stones.

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Signs of Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are difficult to miss. The majority of people that experience problems with kidney stones will recognize the problem relatively quickly. In fact, many people that experience symptoms of kidney stones may suspect that they are suffering from another condition, with potentially more severe symptoms. Kidney stones are manageable, and although they're painful, they