If youve ever passed a kidney stone, you probably would not wish it on your worst enemy, and youll do anything to avoid it again.
Kidney stones are more common in men than in women, and in about half of people who have had one, kidney stones strike again within 10 to 15 years without preventive measures, says Dr. Brian Eisner, co-director of the Kidney Stone Program at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital.
Kidney stones are exceptionally common, affecting nearly one in every ten Americans. Those who have suffered from stones in the past, or who know someone else who has, understand that stones can be incredibly painful when they start to pass.
In this Kidney Stone Symptoms and Treatment app, you will find information about stone disease, causes, symptoms, treatment, how to prevent them and many facts and statistics about kidney stone.
Kidney Stone Symptoms and Treatment app includes:
- What are Kidney Stones?
- Kidney Stone Symptoms
- Kidney Stone Causes
- Kidney Stone Diagnosis
- Kidney Stone Treatment
- Kidney Stone Prevention
- Kidney Stone Statistics & Facts