Although there is natural treatment to remove kidney stones such as parsley drink which cleanses your kidney, but it is very important to diagnose the kidney stones at earlier stage. Signs of kidney stones, when they are small are easy to go unnoticed which makes the situation severe in future.
Here are the symptoms to watch out for,
Lack of Calcium in the Body.
While kidney stones are made up of calcium, people taking a low-calcium diet are more prone to kidney stones than those consuming more calcium. It’s because calcium binds to chemicals called oxalates thereby preventing them from entering in the urinary tract and forming stones.
Abdominal or Back Pain
Abdominal or back pain is one of the early signs of kidney stones. This pain can be severe and even interfere with the ability to sit or walk properly. In the case of extreme pain, consult a doctor immediately.
Changes in urine color
When the kidney stone passes through the urinary tract, it may damage the small tubes that carry urine out of the body. When this happens, changes occur in the appearance or smell of urine. Urine may emit an abnormally strong and foul smell.
Painful and frequent urination
When kidney stones move into the bladder, it may irritate and inflame the organ. It may lead to painful and frequent urination. Painful and frequent urination can be a symptom of other medical issues such as urinary tract infection or sexually transmitted disease.
When kidney stones get stuck in the urinary tract, people develop flu-like symptoms. These symptoms include fever, chills and fatigue. People with kidney stones may feel nauseous at times.
Bleeding during Urination
The condition of bleeding in urine is known as hematuria. It may occur due to the presence of stones in kidney and ureters. People with kidney stones excrete small amounts of blood in the urine. It may cause urine to appear dark red in color.
Family history of kidney stones
If someone had suffered from kidney stones in your family, your risk of suffering from kidney stones may increase as well. The inability to absorb oxalate may be inherited from your parents who suffered from the same disorders.