Saturday, April 1, 2017

Important Things You Should Know About Kidney Stones

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We know that a kidney is a bean-shaped and fist-sized organ that filters blood, removes drugs and excess fluids from the body that comes out in the form of urine. There are two kidneys in a human body located at the lower side of the rib-cage, opposite to each other. Kidneys control the production of red blood cells and also they regulate the blood pressure levels. Major functioning of urine is the removal of waste and extra fluid in form of urine. The production of urine in a highly complex process that involves critical steps of excretion and re-absorption.

The kidneys perform their continuous job of filtering about 120 to 152 quarts that are 113 to 144 liters of blood, to create 1 to 2 quarts (0.94 to 1.8 l) of urine every day that is stored in the bladder for about 1 to 8 hours.

Calcium Oxalate Stone (75 %) - Among all renal stones, this one is the most common. It is also called as "Mulberry" calculi. It is hard, single and has irregular sharp projections or spikes just like sea urchin. And due to these sharp projections, it causes hematuria (blood in the urine) very early, resulting in deposition of blood over the stone giving a dark color to the stone. Usually, it occurs in infected urine and contains alternate layer of calcium and bacterial vegetation. It is easily visualized in plain X-Ray KUB (Kidney, Ureter and Bladder)

Phosphate Stone (15%) - This stone is smooth and round in shape while dirty white to yellow in color. It consists of triple phosphate of calcium, magnesium and ammonium and commonly occurs in renal pelvis and tends to grow in alkaline urine. As it enlarges in the pelvis, it grows within the major and minor calyces and slowly forms Staghorn calculus. This calculus produces recurrent urinary tract infection and hematuria and slowly damages the renal parenchyma. This stone is common in women with recurrent urinary tract infection. It is also known as Struvite or Infection Stone.

If you're looking for the easiest way to remove your stones from kidney naturally, then lemon juice and apple cider vinegar are one of those very ingredients to help you fight stones. Lemon juice, for example, is one of the ancient ways in which the early humanity used to treat a stone. Lemon juice has the ability to cut the kidney stones in your kidney to smaller pieces so that they are able to pass through urine.

Apple cider vinegar also reacts in your body the same way as lemon juice does. If you have stones in your kidney and you want to treat them to natural way, then apple cider vinegar can be very useful. You can take the dosage of lemon juice as well as apple cider vinegar on a daily basis at least twice. You can take both of these with some water if you have difficulty in swallowing them alone. You need to make sure that you do not lose your habit of drinking lemon juice on the apple cider vinegar to make sure that the effects are constant on the stone.

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