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Signs That Indicates You Have Kidney Stone Disease

Kidney stones are small, hard deposits that form in the kidneys and can cause significant discomfort and pain. These stones can vary in size and composition, and their presence can lead to various symptoms that indicate their presence.

However, recognizing these symptoms is crucial for early detection and prompt treatment, preventing potential complications. In this article, in line with a publication on "Cleveland Clinic", we will explore the common symptoms associated with kidney stones, helping you understand when it's time to seek medical attention.

Feeling pain in your lower back or side of your body. This pain can start as a dull ache that may come and go. It can also become severe and result in a trip to the emergency room.

Having nausea and/or vomiting with the pain.

Seeing blood in your urine.

Feeling pain when urinating.

Being unable to urinate.

Feeling the need to urinate more often.

Fever or chills.

Having urine that smells bad or looks cloudy.

Please seeks medical attention once you begin to notice these symptoms in your body system.

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