Swollen Face And Back Pain After Kidney Stone Surgery?
Good morning,. My father is 50 years old and is sentenced to still have kidney stones. Previously had surgery to remove the kidney stone on the left, and the right has been in the laser. But after yesterday on ultrasound (because my father had a swollen face and still complained of pain in his kidney) there were still kidney stones in the right kidney and swelling in the left kidney. For foods that should be avoided and foods that can help launch the healing process what are they? And for the treatment do you have to re-operate?
Kidney stones can occur both at a young age or the elderly. From the circumstances that your father experienced, if your father has kidney stones, then it requires help and medical treatment from a doctor. Treatment of kidney stones is one of them using laser therapy or by using certain destructive waves. But in certain circumstances, for example if the stone is big enough or the location of the stone that is not possible then surgery can be needed.
Old and large kidney stones can damage the kidneys, and can cause kidney inflammation. If at this time your father still feels pain in the lumbar region and swelling on the face, then it is recommended that your father take routine control to urology specialists. Some foods that should be avoided in patients with kidney stones such as:
reduce salt consumption
drink enough water if the kidney function is still good (depending on the condition of your father's kidney)
multiply the consumption of foods containing calcium such as milk
reduce consumption of food sources from beef
avoid consuming too much tea
Limit consumption of food or drinks with artificial sweeteners
Don't hold back if you want to urinate
avoid alcohol consumption
For further treatment depends on the condition and kidney function of your father. Besides the size of the stone also influential. If the stone is big enough, surgery may be needed.
Therefore, it is recommended that you consult your father directly with a urology specialist, so that the doctor can further examine your father's condition and decide on the right therapy for your father.
The following article you can read about kidney stones
may be useful. thank you