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Pain killer for kidney stones?

A: kidney stones are quite a common problem, and at times despite being present for many years, they may show no visible symptoms. kidney stones are basically crystallised minerals that get lodged in kidney tissue. The symptoms only become noticeable as they grow in size, becoming large enough to form an obstruction to the urine flowing through the urethra. The symptoms can include excruciating pain, tenderness over the kidney, increased and painful urination, nausea, fever, chills, blood in the urine, and extreme exhaustion. Diet plays the most important role in overcoming this condition and it...
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Pl suggest what to do for kidney stone relief

A: kidney stone relief - 1. Lie down and relax by taking deep breath . 2. Soak a cotton towel or napkin in warm water and spread at the site of  pain on the abdomen. 33 Take 3 -6 glasses of water immediatelyy 44 A remedy in homeopathy called as berberis vulgaris mother tincture take 10 drops of this in water every 1/2 hour 3 times then 2 hourly 3 to 4 times...
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what are some home remedies for bladder infection?

A: An inflammation of the bladder due to infection by virus or bacteria is referred to as cystitis. The symptoms of cystitis include a frequent and intense urge to urinate and pain and discomfort during urination. Pain in the lower abdomen, sides and pelvis is also common. The urine may also take on a cloudy appearance with a strong odor, and in some cases there may be blood in the urine. Women are more prone to bladder infections and this could be due to the fact that the urethra in women is much shorter. This makes it easier for the bacteria that are present around the anal area to enter the urethra and reach the bladder. Improper hygiene can cause this condition to develop. Sexual intercourse can also cause the bacteria to get pushed...


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hi, i suffer from gout. i need home remedies for my pain, thank you.

A: Gout is a condition that is caused due to an increased production of uric acid in the body. This excess of uric acid results in the formation of tiny crystals of urate that get deposited in the tissues of the body and especially the joints. The crystals may get accumulated in the joints over the years and trigger repeated attacks of inflammation in the joints. Recurring gouty arthritis can damage the joint and result in chronic arthritis. Chronic gout can cause deposits of hard lumps of uric acid in and around the joints, and may also lead to destruction of the joint, decreased kidney function and kidney stones. A sudden onset of a hot, red and swollen joint is typical of gout. A natural...


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What are home remedies for a Bladder Infection?

A: A bladder infection affects the urinary bladder and, in some cases, can spread to the kidney or prostate. In some people, a bladder infection is acute, which means it comes on suddenly and consists of only a single episode. for others, the bladder infection is chronic, or recurring, and the person may experience brief periods without infection. Women between the ages of 20 and 50 are most likely to experience bladder infection. Others likely to develop a bladder infection are pregnant women and the elderly. A woman whose mother experienced bladder infections is also more likely to develop one herself. Individuals with urinary obstructions, such as those caused by a kidney stone or an enlarged prostate, are also more...


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Do you have a home remedy for a bladder infection?

A: Bladder infections are caused by bacteria that enter the urinary tract through the urethra and are more commonly referred to as urinary tract infections or UTIs. The bacteria immediately start multiplying in the bladder, causing the infection that typically results in irritation and pain, especially while urinating. A burning sensation while urinating, traces of blood in the urine, cloudy appearance of urine, strong odor emitted by the urine, pressure on the lower abdomen, increase in the frequency of the urge to urinate and a low-grade fever are all symptoms of bladder infections. Infections in the prostrate gland and the vagina are known to aggravate the condition and can be transmitted during intercourse. kidney stones, chemotherapy and...


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Holistic Treatment for kidney stones?

A: While you dither about trying things like Holistic treatments, that stone could be doing irreparable damage to your kidney. It didn''t form overnight, and it won''t go away overnight either no matter what you do. Since you are unemployed and have no insurance, I think you would be eligable for State Aid as this is a serious medical problem. I urge you to apply as soon as possible. I don''t know what it would be called in your state. In mine, it''s handled through the Dept. of Family and Children Services. Check your phone book. What you would be seeking would be MediCAID, (NOT MediCARE) Good luck! PeeBee, I already went to the Medicaid office. They said I didn''t qualify because I''m not pregnant, disabled, or...


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What are home remedies for passing kidney stones?

A: Hi!This is something I''ve read about, and TONS of people recommend it:Mix 2 oz of olive oil and 2 oz of lemon juice, drink it straight down and follow with a large glass of water at the first sign of stone pain. The stone(s) should pass within 24 hours. I hope that helps and it works for you! Eating lemons and drinking water prevents stones building up- a slice of lemon should be added to your fish or meat dishes to break up the fat too.Lemon juice in hot water at bedtime will ensure you never get stones....


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home remedy for a kidney stone

A: kidney stones - home treatment - Here it states: You need to drink enough water to keep your urine clear, about 8 to 10 glasses of water a day when you are passing a kidney stone. Try to drink 2 glasses of water every 2 hours while you are awake. If you have kidney, heart, or liver disease and are on fluid restrictions, talk with your doctor before drinking more fluids. Try not to drink grapefruit juice. Drinking grapefruit juice may increase your risk for developing kidney stones.In some cases, you may need to avoid foods with high levels of oxalate, but your doctor...


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I have almost 5 kidney stones in both of my kidneys kindly suggest which home or other medicines i should prefer for avoid surgery kindly suggest

A: Try the following simple remedies for kidney stones - Small sized kidney stones can be easily eliminated by drinking lots of fluids. This can be achieved by including water, barley water, coconut water, and fruit juices in the day. Drink cranberry juice, as the acidic content in this juice discourages the formation of calcium oxalate stones (the most common type of stones) in our body. Decrease the consumption of oxalic acid foods the diet which include spinach, tea, coffee, cocoa, celery, beans, beets and strawberries. Minimize your salt consumption, mainly foods...
 
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