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Wednesday, April 22

Natural Remedies to Prevent Kidney Stones

Most of the time, kidney stones do not have any symptoms. However, that is again quite dependent on the size of the stone. If the stone is large then it can lead to hindrance in urination and block the urinary tract. In such cases, the classic symptom is severe pain in the urinary tract while passing urine. If the stone is large, then the patient can also be nauseous and vomiting may follow with pain in the lower abdominal region.

If you have kidney stones without symptoms then you can count yourself lucky. They can sometimes be so small that they do not cause any pain, and we don't even realize that we have them until we feel the pain that is associated with them. If you don't have any pain then chances are you will never realize that you have had them. Having pain in the abdomen, back, genitals and groin area are common with kidney stones that reach a certain size.

Sometimes it may take a while for a kidney stone to show you any symptoms. They could even possibly be overlooked at a doctor's office because of not having any immediate symptoms. Once your doctor finds you have them and sometimes this can happen during a routine exam. He will tell you some helpful cures that may remove the stones. Drinking more fluids is the number one thing to start doing once you know for sure you have kidney stones.

Until your kidney stone passes, you should only drink distilled water. Distilled water is water in its purest form with no minerals. Distilled water will not add to the composition of the kidney stone(s). You can find distilled water at any grocery store.

Although, eating with large quantities of fruits and vegetables can provide excellent amount of vitamins and minerals, you should also know that these foods also provide oxalates. So if you have a tendency for kidney stone formation, you should inform your health care provider to they can help monitor these levels.

When formulating the right mixture of lemon juice for your kidney stones, there are a couple different recipes. You will want to experiment a little with your water to lemon juice ratio to best fit your taste buds. It is no surprise that this concoction of lemon juice for your kidney stones will be just somewhat tart. The most popular recipe starts with a gallon jug of water and about one cup of reconstituted lemon juice. It does not really matter if you purchase a gallon of spring or distilled water from the store specifically for this purpose or whether you just fill up an old gallon milk jug for the task. -John Adison

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