Kidney Stone

Kidney Stone

Minerals and salts build up inside the kidneys to form kidney stones (also known as renal calculi, nephrolithiasis, or urolithiasis). Some diets, excessive body weight, medical conditions, and medications and supplements may lead to kidney stones. The urinary tract – from your kidneys to your bladder – can be affected by kidney stones. Minerals crystallize in concentrated urine, causing stones to form.


Although many factors may increase your risk of developing kidney stones, there is no definite, single cause for these stones. The formation of stones occurs when the urine contains more crystal-forming substances than the fluid in the urine can dilute. In addition, your urine may lack substances that prevent crystals from sticking together, which leads to kidney stones.

Diagnosis and Treatment


You may need diagnostic tests and procedures if your doctor suspects you have a kidney stone.A stone’s type, severity, and length of time it has been present determine its treatment. You can choose from several options. The best course of action for you should be discussed with your health care provider.

Home remedies

  • Lemon juice

  • Basil juice 

  • Celery juice

  • Kidney bron boath 

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