Urolithiasis (ICD) can progress imperceptibly for years, and most often manifests itself suddenly. Why does stone formation occur? The causes of stones in the organs of the urinary system include metabolic disorders, unhealthy diet and alcohol abuse, sedentary lifestyle, harmful working conditions, as well as hereditary predisposition. According to our long-term observations, about 40% of men and women aged 25-55 who applied for help with urological pathologies were found to have stones in the organs of the urinary system. Approximately half of these patients had stones up to 20 mm in size.
If even small stones are found in the kidneys and there are no painful sensations, you should not dissemble yourself that small stones are just small stones… Firstly, a pebble in the kidney grows like a pearl in a shell, so the question of the manifestation of pathology – it is the matter of time. Treatment in the early stages of KSD is much faster and more painless. And be sure after removing kidney stones, you need to think about eliminating their root cause. Secondly, it is small stones that, due to fast driving, shaking, heavy use of fluids or diuretic products or drugs, flow into the ureters and get stuck in them. That’s when the very painful symptoms of kidney stones appear. These symptoms of urolithiasis in men and women are exactly the same at any age: a stone stuck in the ureter prevents the outflow of urine from the kidney, the so-called (collective term) “renal colic” occurs: span>
- persistent or intermittent pain in the region of the kidneys, “dagger pain” in the kidneys
- partial or complete difficulty urinating and passing gases
- feeling worse, chills, weakness and temperature 37-37.5 C
- nausea and vomiting, urine with blood, urine with sediment and uncharacteristic fetid odor