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        Renal/Kidney Stones

        Mineral and salt deposits accumulate inside your kidneys, forming kidney stones, also known as renal stones. Kidney stones can be caused by a variety of factors, including diet, obesity, certain medical conditions, and certain supplements and medications.

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            What is Renal Stones?

            Kidney stones can injure any part of your urinary tract, from your kidneys to your bladder. Minerals crystallise and join together in concentrated urine, resulting in stones.

            Kidney stones can be uncomfortable to pass, but if found early enough, they seldom cause long-term damage. Depending on your circumstances, you may merely need to take pain medication and drink plenty of water to eliminate a kidney stone. In some circumstances, such as when stones become lodged in the urinary tract, are linked to a urinary infection, or cause complications, surgery may be required.

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            TaCa Dost

            At TaCa Healthcare we align a dedicated TaCa dost with each and every kidney stone patient so that you don't have to worry about formalities & paperwork at hospital.

            Affordable Cost

            Taca Healthcare offers Treatment of kidney stone at very affordable rate. We also provide insurance paperwork support. TaCa Healthcare is working on a Mission to make kidney stone treatment affordable in India.

            Insurance Support

            Depending upon your insurance provider kidney stone treatment is covered up to 100%. TaCa Healthcare ensures Hassle free treatment experience that too at very low cost.

            45 minutes

            kidney stone procedure takes a maximum of 45 minutes to complete. kidney stone treatment is a daycare procedure wherein patient can get discharged and go home early.

            Renal Stones - Condition

            A kidney stone is a hard item that is formed from urine chemicals. Shockwave lithotripsy, ureteroscopy, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, and nephrolithotripsy are all options for treating a kidney stone. Severe lower back pain, blood in the urine, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, or urine that smells or looks murky are all common symptoms.

            Various wastes are dissolved in urine. Unless it is eliminated in the urine, the crystals attract additional elements and combine to form a solid that will grow in size. If you are drinking plenty of fluids, it helps drain out the toxins and prevent stone formation.  

            The stone can move down to the urinary path into the ureter. The small stones can then pass through the urine without giving you much pain. However, if the stones don't move, they can cause a back-up of urine in the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. This is the source of the discomfort.

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              Renal Stones - Symptoms

              A kidney stone does not usually cause symptoms until it moves about inside your kidney or goes through your ureters, the tubes that connect your kidneys and bladder. If it becomes stuck in the ureters, it can restrict the flow of urine, causing the kidney to enlarge and the ureter to spasm, both of which can be quite painful. You may experience the following

              • Pain in the side and back, just below the ribcage, was severe and intense.
              • Pain in the lower abdomen.
              • Waves of pain with varying levels of intensity.
              • Burning feeling while urinating

              Renal Stones - Treatments

              Your doctor will first check whether you require medication after being diagnosed. Some tiny kidney stones may pass through along with urine. This can be excruciatingly uncomfortable. If your doctor feels that you might need a treatment, you can either choose medicine or surgery depending upon the situation.


              Prescription medications may be given to:

              • Reduce the amount of pain. An over-the-counter drug may be recommended by your healthcare professional.
              • Control nausea and vomiting.
              • The stones will move through your ureter.

              Renal Stones - Surgical Procedures

              Kidney stones are treated with four different types of procedures. Out of the four treatments, the first three have very less invasion in the body which means that the surgeon will make a minor incision in your body.


              A little instrument called a ureteroscope is placed into your urethra, past your bladder, and into a ureter to complete this surgery. This device displays kidney stones before retrieving them in a surgical "basket" or using a laser to break them apart. The smaller bits of kidney stones can then pass through your urinary tract and out of your body.

              Shockwave lithotripsy

              You'll be placed on a special surgical table or tub for this treatment. Water is used to send high-energy shockwaves to the stone (s). The shockwaves break apart the stones, making it easier for them to depart your body.

              Percutaneous nephrolithotomy

              Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is explored when previous treatments fail to treat kidney stones, either because there are too many stones, the stones are too large or heavy, or because of their location. A catheter is introduced directly into your kidney through a small incision in your back in this treatment. An ultrasonic probe is used to disintegrate the stones, which are then suctioned out so you don't have to pass any fragments. Following the surgery, a urethral stent is inserted (an internal tube from the kidney to the bladder which is removed one week later). Many a times, the patient is asked to stay at the hospital for a night.

              Open stone surgery

              During this procedure, a longer cut is used. It is infrequently used in comparison to minimally invasive techniques.

              Recovery & Post Operation Care

              While recovery times vary by operation, most patients are fully recovered and able to resume their typical activities within six weeks. Many patients feel substantially better after the first week, but caution must be exercised to ensure complete healing.

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                All You Want To Know About BPH

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                You can identify Renal Stones with the help of the following symptoms:

                1. Urine can be pink, crimson, or brown in color.
                2. Urine that is cloudy or smells bad.
                3. Urinating more frequently than normal or in little amounts is a sign of a persistent need to urinate.
                4. Nausea and vomiting are common side effects.
                5. If you have an infection, you will have a fever and chills.

                Acetic acid is found in apple cider vinegar. Acetic acid aids in the dissolution of kidney stones. Apple cider vinegar can help relieve pain and discomfort caused by renal stones.

                If you have any concerns about your signs and symptoms, make an appointment with your doctor.
                In case you suffer from any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.

                1. You can't sit still or find a comfortable position because of the pain.
                2. Nausea and vomiting accompany the pain.
                3. Fever and chills accompany the pain.
                4. Urine with blood in it
                5. Urinary incontinence (difficulty passing urine)

                1. Formation of an abscess
                2. Renal function is harmed due to a serious kidney infection.
                3. Formation of a fistula between the bladder and the urethra.
                4. Scarring and stenosis of the urethra.
                5. Perforation of the urethra.
                6. Extravasation
                7. Urosepsis.
                8. Renal failure due to a long-term blockage.

                The best treatment for big kidney stones is percutaneous lithotripsy (PCNL). To perform a PCNL, you'll require general anaesthesia.

                Stones with a diameter of 1–3 cm had a success rate of 88–91 percent, however stones larger than 3 cm had a success rate of 75 percent.

                Renal colic, or the kidney stone pain, is one of the most painful conditions in medical literature. Kidney stone pain has been compared to labor pain or being stabbed with a knife. The pain is so severe that more than half a million people visit emergency rooms each year.

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