Kidney Stones are a fairly common medical affliction. You may someone who had one, or have had one yourself. But, how much do you really know about kidney stones? What are the causes, symptoms, and how can you decrease your chance of getting one?
25% of men, 13% of women
13% of men, 7% of women
7% of men, 18% of women
18% of men, 25% of women
Being punched in the kidneys
Being in the sun too often
Urine becoming too concentrated with minerals
Drinking too many sugary beverages
Drink 12 glasses of water a day
Avoid eating salt
See a doctor
Pink, red, or brown urine
Needing to urinate more often
Severe abdominal pain
Medial tibial stress syndrome
You cannot get rid of a stone once you have it.
You pass it out of your body through urination.
A doctor can break a stone into smaller pieces.
You can take antibiotics to fight the stone.
Only if your mother/father also had one.
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