how big does a kidney stone have to be to cause pain?

I was told mine was too small to cause pain. Is that bull?

  1. abossi, 29 May, 2010

    5 mm and more because the ureter diameter is 5 mm so minor stones pass if they are smaller than 5 mm. if more they cause pain while passing

  2. katy divorce lawyer, 01 June, 2010

    Good post. Kidney stones are one of the most common disorders of the urinary tract responsible for upwards of 3 million visits to hospitals. So sad, right?

  3. michael hunter, 18 September, 2010

    Kidney stones are one of the mot common and painful disorder out their. Good post ,it was helpful

  4. Charity zone, 02 December, 2010

    Extremely painful, sometimes caused by lack of water

  5. Kate@MercedesDealers, 23 March, 2012

    It’s possible to have kidney stones and no pain at all, if they are small and smooth, you’d not notice a thing. But there are a lot of other things that can cause pain, so I would pursue this with your doctor if you are experiencing pain but it’s not a kidney stone. Natural cures are great. I’ve done home kidney, colon, liver, and gallbladder cleanses and have been amazed each time.

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