Besides pain, what risks does a large kidney stone pose?

I’ve began to pass some kidney stones at home, I’ve read up on what types of treatment and tests you might get at the doctor-often it seems like they just diagnose you and then tell you to wait it out. I don’t have health insurance, and I’m seriously considering waiting it out without the help of a doctor. Besides misdiagnosis, what kinds of risks would I face if say, not all of them were able to pass?
I’m looking for answers from people with some kind of experience, no scare tactics please.

  1. Marie T, 17 February, 2011

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