Parts Of The Kidney Still Hurt After 3 Times The Laser Action And Installation Of The Hose?
Hello, my father has kidney stone, and a year ago I had laser surgery 3 times, now for the fourth operation, my father has not been operated on because he has no money, but after the third operation the hose is still installed, what is it really dangerous? because now my father has felt pain in his kidney again. Is there another way to cure it?
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Kidney stones occur when there are certain ingredients or ingredients that are deposited in the kidney. Not only kidney stones, there are also urinary tract stones, which form along the urinary tract after from the kidney to the last channel before urine is expelled. This condition causes various symptoms such as back pain, urinary pain, easy red urine, red, or brown, increased urination frequency
Some conditions that can trigger kidney stones are:
Dehydration or lack of fluids
Eat foods high in protein, salt and sugar
Have a family history of kidney stones
Have digestive or psaca problems operating digestive organs
Overweight or obese
Furthermore, the building blocks can vary, and so can their size. So regarding your question, of course to cure kidney stones do not just by surgery. The treatment methods are varied, ranging from taking enough medication and multiplying water, using sound waves, inserting special tools through the urinary tract, and then surgery if judged to be other methods that are not possible.
Our advice, you should discuss this with a urologist who treats your father, why the action should be surgery and what triggers the recurrence. Without checking it directly, we cannot convey whether his condition is dangerous or not, because we also do not know whether he has ballast conditions such as high blood pressure, kidney failure, diabetes or the like. So once again, for the emergency level of the condition, treatment plans and hopes for recovery, you should consult the doctor directly. Do not hesitate to ask because it is your right as a patient's family, and make sure that you really understand the condition of your father. So, hopefully answering your question.