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     Endocrinologist, discusses What Are Kidney Stones.

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  • What are Kidney Stones

    Medically, kidney stones are known as nephrolithiasis, which is the condition of having stones in the kidney. Kidney stones form as a result of the crystallization of minerals, and the type of stone that develops depends on the specific minerals that combine to form it. In some cases, the tendency to develop kidney stones is hereditary, and certain genetic disorders can increase the likelihood of their formation. Gastrointestinal illnesses and other conditions can also contribute to the development of kidney stones.


    It is important to determine the type of kidney stone and what caused it in order to prevent future occurrences. Treatment for a kidney stone depends on its size, location, and the patient's overall health. Small stones may pass on their own, while larger stones may require therapy to break them into smaller pieces or surgically remove them. The method of surgical removal can vary, with some procedures involving the use of baskets or other devices, and others requiring open surgery.

    Fortunately, modern medicine has made it easier to treat kidney stones earlier and with less invasive methods. If you experience flank pain, blood in your urine, or suspect that you have a kidney stone, it is important to discuss your symptoms with a healthcare provider. Often seeing a Endocrinologist or  local family physician  in conjunction with a registered dietitian and athletic therapist is a great option to take control of this condition. Smart Food Now and exercise is also optominal for overall health.


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