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Kidney Stones Signs & Symptoms

Kidney stones – Signs & Symptoms

Kidney stones are hard deposits consisting of minerals and salts that develop inside your kidneys. They are also known as renal calculi, nephrolithiasis, or urolithiasis.

Kidney stones are painful and can cause discomfort, so it is important to understand the causes and take steps to prevent them. Maintaining a healthy diet and weight can help, as can stay hydrated and avoiding medications and supplements that can contribute to stone formation.

● Severe, sharp pain in the side and back, below the ribs
● Pain that radiates to the lower abdomen and groin
● Pain that comes in waves and fluctuates in intensity
● Pain or burning sensation while urinating

Other signs and symptoms may include:

● Nausea and vomiting
● Pink, red or brown urine
● Cloudy or foul-smelling urine
● A persistent need to urinate, urinating more often than usual or urinating in small amounts

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Hypothyroidism

What is Hypothyroidism?

If you suffer from hypothyroidism, your metabolism slows down as your bloodstream lacks sufficient thyroid hormone.

When your thyroid doesn’t produce and release enough thyroid hormone into your body, hypothyroidism results. Your metabolism will slow down as a result, affecting your entire body. Hypothyroidism, also referred to as underactive thyroid disease, is very typical.

Hypothyroidism symptoms may include:

● Frequent Tiredness.
● More sensitivity to cold.
● Constipation issues
● Dry skin.
● Weight gain.
● delayed puberty or slow growth.
● enlarged thyroid.
● high cholesterol.
● Irregular uterine bleeding.
● Irritability.

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Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common excuses for missing work or seeking medical assistance. Back pain is the most typical cause of disability worldwide. It affects 80% of adults in their lifetime. Do you have back pain? It’s important to know when to see a doctor!

Go to the nearest hospital if any of the following symptoms are present along with your back pain as you may be dealing with a more serious injury or condition:

• Sudden spike in pain, discomfort, weakness or numbness
• Loss of bladder function
• High fever
• Severe stomach pain
• Unexplainable weight loss
• The pain results from a fall or severe blow to your back

it’s a good idea to discuss your symptoms with your doctor so you can decide the best course of action for pain management if you experience any of these.

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