Take Herbal Medicine To Treat Kidney Stone Disease?
Is kidney stone suitable for kidney stones?
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The product you mentioned is an herbal product made from the extract of Sulchus arvensis folia and Strobilanthes crispus folia. According to some studies, this plant does have properties in dissolving stone crystals in the urinary tract, including the kidneys. However, the limited information about how effective the dose is, the mechanism of action, and what the potential side effects might be from consuming this product, make us not authorized to recommend or prohibit its use.
Kidney stones usually occur when urine contains more substances that can crystallize (such as calcium, oxalate and uric acid) than liquids that can dissolve them. This condition often does not cause symptoms at first. However, along with the increasing size of the stone, this stone can cause a blockage in the urinary tract which will eventually make the patient experience pain (especially around the waist, lower abdomen, groin, back, even pubic), urinating is not smooth, reddish urine or tanned, stinging urine, nausea, vomiting, plaque, fever, and so on. This condition needs to be treated immediately so that it does not lead to dangerous complications, including in the form of total urinary tract obstruction, urinary tract infections, sepsis, and so on.
In the medical realm, treatment of kidney stones can be done with several approaches, including drinking a lot, administering several types of drugs, ESWL (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy), surgery, and so on. You should discuss directly the best treatment that can be done to treat kidney stones with a doctor or a specialist in urology surgery.
I hope this helps.