Kidney stones can cause excruciating pain that can spread from your middle back through your abdomen to your pelvis. The agony from kidney stones can be worse when you try to urinate and can feel like a strong burning sensation. In some cases, kidney stones can cause a fever and you may notice the presence of blood in your urine (Hematuria).
In many cases, kidney stones actually pass without causing any painful symptoms. Drinking plenty of water or drinking acidic drinks like apple cider vinegar can help to flush out even painful kidney stones. If you have extreme kidney stone pain, then you should see a doctor who will recommend the best way to get rid of the renal stones.
In this article, I will look at the many signs and symptoms of kidney stones that you shouldn’t Ignore. so keep reading…
What Do Kidney Stones Look Like?
Mineral deposits that form in the kidney look like small stones with ragged edges. In some cases, the stones may look as small as a grain of sand and will pass through the urinary system without any noticeable symptoms.
Dr. Glenn M. Preminger says that larger kidney stones can be seen with the naked eye. Kidney stones that are between 5 and 10 mm in size may cause considerable pain when urinating. However, some renal stones can be up to 1 inch in diameter and the stone can look like it has jagged deer’s antlers. (source)
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