treating kidney stones

Kidney Stone – Know Surgical Treatments For It!

By Dr. Navaneetha Krishna K, Ayurveda Kidney stones are not exactly stones, but hard deposits that are composed of minerals such as calcium or uric acid. These deposits start accumulating and over time enlarge to form obstructions within the urinary tract. Most kidney stones pass out on their own with little or no medication required,…

Kidney Stones – How Homeopathy Can Tackle It?

By Dr. Dattatray Chopade Patil, Homeopathy Stones formed from the aggregation of minerals from urine are called kidney stones or renal calculi, which is one of the most common forms of urinary system disorders. They can form anywhere in the urinary system from the kidney to the bladder or to the urethra.…

Kidney Stones – How To Track It?

By Vijaya Hospital, Urology A kidney stone occurs when mineral deposits which are small but are very hard, accumulate in your kidneys. There are many causes of kidney stones and they may form in any part of the urinary system ranging from your bladder all the way to your kidneys. Stones form…

Kidney Stones – Types & Symptoms Of The Condition!

By Dr. Prashant K Vaidya,Homeopathy KIDNEY STONES Kidney stones (renal lithiasis) are small, hard deposits that form inside your kidneys. The stones are made of mineral and acid salts. Kidney stones have many causes and can affect any part of your urinary tract — from your kidneys to your bladder. Often,…

Abdominal Spasms – How To Get Relief From It?

By Dr. Bikram Bhowmick, General Physician Abdominal spasms occur when the muscles in the abdominal area become stiff and cause pain. This occurs when the muscles are strained; however dehydration, fatigue and drug abuse can also be possible causes. Abdominal spasms can also result from complications in the colon or the intestine.…

Kidney Stones – What Causes It?

By Dr. Apurva Kumar Chaudhary, Urology A kidney stone occurs when mineral deposits which are small but are very hard, accumulate in your kidneys. There are many causes of kidney stones and they may form in any part of the urinary system ranging from your bladder all the way to your kidneys.…