Brick Red Urine?
Doc, I pissed a brick red one month ago when I put it in a bottle one day with a lump of His, then I checked with a specialist in the ultrasound on the right kidney in the right kidney there was a stone of about 1 cm and a small left side, I was in give the medicine but as long as there is something I feel like it “Lumbago aches don’t exist, like a common kidney stone sufferer, is this normal? I have to pay for it? It has been 1 month and the consumption of the drug does not have the same effect, there is no terrace rock out
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Kidney stones are formed from residual substances in the blood that form crystals and accumulate in the kidneys. Over time, this substance gets harder like a stone. Based on its type, kidney stones are divided into four, namely calcium stones, uric acid stones, struvit stones, and cystine stones. Kidney stones are triggered due to the habit of not drinking enough water, consuming excessive calcium, consuming excessive high purine foods, often holding urine or due to side effects of operations on the digestive organs.
Someone who has kidney stones can be asymptomatic to severe symptoms. It really depends on the size of the stone. Symptoms of low back pain and the amount of urine production can be unaffected if the size of the stone is small, especially if only on one kidney. However, if left of course this condition can continue and cause symptoms. For that we need treatment with drugs or actions and changes in habit patterns. The medicine or action will break the stone so that it becomes small debris so that it can come out easily with urine. Sometimes in some people can see urine like sand, but in some cases it does not feel anything. The success of therapy will be seen through urinalysis and re-ultrasound after the treatment phase is complete.
So it's only natural if you don't see any stones coming out during BAK. You must continue to take medication until the doctor decides it is over. Control according to the schedule that the doctor has set. Make changes in habit patterns, i.e. consume lots of water (at least 2 L a day), do not hold urine, if you are going to take supplements that contain certain vitamins and minerals you should consult with your doctor first.
Read information about kidney stones on this link.
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