kidney stones nhs choices. as consultant urologist vivek wadhwa notes kidney stones are quite common and seen across all ages from children through to the elderly. "but the peak age is about 20-50" he adds. nhs figures sugge. may 12 2017.
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most kidney stones are small enough to be passed out in your pee and can probably be treated at home. treatment from a gp. but even small kidney stones can be painful although the pain usually only lasts a couple of days and disappears when these stones have cleared.
developing kidney stones can run in the family. the best way to prevent stones from developing is to drink enough fluids that you produce more than two litres of urine every day and adhere to a low-sugar low-salt diet that contains minimal animal protein.
learn about kidney stones symptoms and treatments. kidney stones are caused by crystals that collect inside the kidneys and form a stone-like lump. learn about kidney stones symptoms and treatments. help us improve nhs inform don’t include personal information e.g. name location or any personal health conditions.
kidney stones usually pass on their own without causing any long-term problems. if they don't or if you're in a lot of pain your doctor can break up or remove the crystals. your treatment