Many people have celiac disease in children at some point in their lives, and it’s a problem that can have many symptoms. The types of symptoms you experience will depend on the size, location and type of stones that you have. We will now take a look at a few symptoms of kidney stones that you’re likely to experience if you ever have this condition.
Many people who are diagnosed with kidney stones report nausea and vomiting as a common symptom on top of the obvious pain. These symptoms are common in many other conditions too so you might not have kidney stones just because you experience these symptoms. But if you have lower back pain, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting or goring pain this is an indication of kidney stones. There are of course over the counter remedies for the nausea symptoms or others that are more natural such as ginger, but you must also consider treating the stones themselves too. It’s important to have your kidney stones diagnosed early to avoid more serious potential conditions.
Blood in the urine is a symptom that sometimes occurs with kidney stones. If you observe any significant change in your urine’s color, it’s worth checking it out. Of course, it’s normal for urine to vary somewhat in color, though if it’s frequently bright yellow in appearance, this indicates dehydration, which is one of the main causes of kidney stones. Any blood in the urine is always reason for concern. Painful urinating, or pain in the lower back or abdomen is also typical when you have kidney stones. You should have any severe symptoms checked out as soon as possible.
There are many clues you can use to determine if your symptoms are kidney stones or some other condition since the symptoms often mimic other possibilities. If you have kidney stone symptoms you will notice that no matter what position your body is in no relief is present. This is in contrast to muscle spasms that might cause pains in similar regions of the body. This pain, if caused by kidney stones, can come in waves and is referred to by the medical society as renal colic. While these are some of the telltale signs of the type of pain kidney stones often cause, you may have to get medical tests to find out for sure if you have them.
There are a wide variety of symptoms related to kidney stones which is no surprise since this is a common problem for some. While many cases can be treated with simple changes in eating habits the more severe cases do require medical attention. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above or are susceptible to kidney stones you should consider this information and seek medical attention to be sure.