Looking for some advice
Im new to the group. I had my first diagnosed bout with a kidney stone about a year and a half ago. Once everything was said and done my Dr. suggested dietry changes and drinking more water. For the most part I have made those changes. The other day I was outside walking my dogs and had to pee, we live in the woods so I peed in a snow bank. The next day I went out and noticed that where I had peed is an orangish redish stain instead of yellowish as I would expect. I am not experiencing any pain or discomfort. Any suggestions? Should I make an appointment for my Dr.? I would appreciate any advice. Thanks.
is there any peticular way or something one can do to prevent kidney stones, are they hereditary. just was informed my sister is in the hospital with kidney stines. can i prevent this from happening to me i have enough problems i wouldn't need this too.trish
To make a long story short, I had kidney stones in both my kidneys and I had to have surgery to remove the stones from both my kidneys. The stones in both my kidneys were too big to be dissolved, so surgery was my only option according to the doctor. My left side kidney was first for surgery and my doctor was able to successfully remove all of the stones. Currently, it is a different story...
Hi I had my right kidney stone removed in January of this year, my doctor told me they were calcium oxalate stones does anyone know of a low oxalate diet.