what are natural cures for kidney stones?

  1. shrey, 17 February, 2011

    drink more and more water

  2. Spaced Frehley, 17 February, 2011

    none. eventually they pass thru your system. its gonna hurt.

  3. Jessicaa, 17 February, 2011

    Lying in my side on a heating pad helped alot, so did alot of water to pee them all out.
    But MAN those things hurt…I puked from it, and was in the hospital screaming from them, they were that bad…

  4. kaitlyn c, 17 February, 2011

    Your doctor can have you sit in a hot tub type thing that will break the stones in the small enough pieces to pass. It doesn’t involve medication. Unless you want pain medication. Its VERY painful! (the treatment isn’t painful, The stones are I mean.) This is called ESWL. Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). Drinking enough fluids is important. You’ll need to keep drinking water and other fluids when you are passing a kidney stone or you will be in more pain and get dehydrated.
    Magnesium citrate–Take 500 mg daily. Low magnesium intake has been linked to stone formation. Magnesium supplementation may decrease the size of an existing stone and prevent further formations. Citrate supplementation may prevent further stone formation.

  5. Nitram, 17 February, 2011

    there isn’t one. Good luck, you’re going to need it

  6. Ang Lee, 17 February, 2011

    Kidney stones treatment depends on the size, type, and underlying cause. Usually, stones that are smaller than 4mm pass freely, while those larger than 5mm seldom pass naturally. They can be extremely painful, but generally small stones do not have to be removed.

    The best way to treat them is to let them pass on their own. Stones may need to be removed if they struggle to pass through, block the urine flow, grow larger, or cause bleeding and infection. Most stones can be treated without surgery.

    Kidney stones treatment options such as conventional medicine, complementary therapy, and natural remedies can offer pain relief and prevent symptoms of kidney stones from recurring.

    # Oral analgesics may be prescribed to reduce moderate pain.
    # Injectable medications may be administered intravenously (IV) or intramuscularly (by injection) for severe pain.
    # To reduce nausea and vomiting or prevent stone formation, prescription medication may be administered.
    # There are many different laser and surgical options used to remove or disintegrate larger stones.

    Natural and holistic therapies such as herbal and homeopathic remedies can help to discourage the formation of stones as well as relieve the discomfort and pain associated with symptoms of kidney stones. Herbal and homeopathic remedies can provide an option to conventional medication. Gentle yet effective to use without any harmful side effects, natural kidney stone treatments also address the overall needs of the individual’s health and well-being.

    A combination of carefully selected ingredients such as Agothosma betulina, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, Hypericum perforatum), and Echinacea angustifolia provide symptomatic relief. Used in conjunction with conventional medicine and complementary therapy, natural remedies will help ensure that you live a healthier life.

    You may get more info here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/k/kidneystones.htm

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