Thankfully, there is an effective and natural cure for kidney stones that is able to dissolve and pass your kidney stones without any pain.
This kidney stone removal method is a beverage that is totally drug-free and easy to use from your own home.
In short terms, what this remedy does as a cure for kidney stones, is to dissolve your kidney stones quickly and make them pass painlessly through your urine.
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“My first response after using the remedy was that it did not work. I was mistaken.
The pain I’ve been experiencing this time didn’t seem like a kidney stone. However, in the course of ruling out a stone I was told that there were two tiny stones in my left kidney. Pain just waiting to happen. They were noted on a CT.
I used the remedy and the following week I had an IVP which not only ruled out a moving stone, it also showed that those little buggers were gone!
I am a believer now! I’ve had many stones over the past 13 years and don’t even want to know how much I’ve spent on tests and pain medication not to mention lost days and misery.
“…I was scheduled for a cystiscope the following day, so I figured I had nothing to lose, except the agony I know that follows the procedure.
I drank the remedy at 12:45 pm…I laid down and kept drinking water…It actually wasn’t until about 10:30 pm that it started to move (the stone was on the right side in the ureter, 5mm in size, the opening to the bladder is only 4 mm, thus the problem).
I had a few minutes of slight discomfort, but nothing like what I know it can be. Then the difficulty in urinating passed! I began getting a white mucus that was the stone “melting”. The pain and pressure was gone and about 2:30 am I called the hospital to cancel the procedure!!!
The next day, I continued to drink water and have had NO PAIN SINCE!
I feel great! Thank you!!”
-Dawn Iaderosa, Clifton, New Jersey_____________________________________________________ Kidney stones (renal lithiasis) are small solid deposits of crystallized mineral and acid salts from your urine. The main reason why they appear is that the urine is too concentrated so that more minerals and salts than normal are being separated and released from the urine into your kidneys.
A kidney stone may stay on the inner surfaces of your kidneys or it can break loose and pass through the urinary tract and leave your body through the urine.
The pain attacks from the passing kidney stone often comes without any notice what so ever, with strong nauseating pain in the back or the side of the body just below the ribs down towards your lower abdomen and groin.
Most kidney stones are so small that they can pass all the way through without any problems or pain, but a bigger stone can attach itself in the ureter, the urethra or the bladder. If a kidney stone gets stuck somewhere on it’s travel from the kidney to the urine bladder, it can block the natural urine flow and cause intense pain. Such passing kidney stones can be excruciating painful, and it can take from a couple of days to several weeks for the stone to reach the bladder.
Often, people who suffer from the pain of passing kidney stones see one solution only, and that is to go to their doctor. Today, surgery is no longer necessary, because doctors have new ways of removing kidney stones that are causing problems.
One of these methods is shock wave treatment. A machine sends shock waves directly towards the kidney stone and the waves are able to break larger stones into smaller stones that are able to pass with your urine through your urinary system.
Another method the doctors utilize for kidney stone removal is a so called ureteroscope. This is a camera equipped wire that is inserted into the patient’s urethra, further up through the bladder and into the ureter where the kidney stone is located. The doctor is able to see the stone through the camera and is then able to catch the stone and pull it out or destroy it using a device inserted through the ureteroscope.
PS. A good advice to avoid further kidney stone problems, is drinking more water and making a few adjustments in your diet.