5 danger signs “Bladder stones”

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The other day I just saw a friend on Facebook post that he was in the hospital. Inquiring about the disease “Bladder stones ,” he also said The doctor said that it is quite common among working people. It also occurs in all genders and all ages. It’s no longer possible. Health must quickly warn everyone to be careful.

What are bladder stones?

Bladder stones It is one of the diseases that occur in the urinary tract. That stones can occur in the kidneys, ureters, and bladder. They will be found as small stones. Ranging in size from less than 1 cm to larger than 5 cm, there may be a single lump or multiple lumps and may be very hard, quite hard, or quite soft. Depending on the compound that causes each patient’s stones, more than 80% of them may be calcium oxalate. It may also contain calcium phosphate. Ammonium urate, uric acid, or others.

Bladder stones What is the cause?

  • Chronic urine retention in the bladder or for a long time causing the sedimentation of urine Until it turned into a ทางเข้า ufabet lump
  • chronically irritated bladder
  • The stone may fall from the kidney. and then came to be in the bladder instead
  • Drink too little water until the urine becomes concentrated It becomes easier to precipitate into stones.
  • eat or drinks containing calcium Foods that are consistently high in oxalate include: yogurt, kidney beans, soybeans, sesame seeds, nuts, berries, figs, carrots, beetroots, eggplants, cabbage, asparagus, broccoli, onions, tomatoes, mimosa, and many other leafy vegetables.

Who is at risk for bladder stones?

Bladder stones It can happen to all genders and ages. May be found during working age and slightly more males than females

Bladder stones What are the symptoms?

  1. Abdominal pain in the lower abdomen with chronic pain The pain is constant and does not go away, and chronic back pain may also occur.
  2. Urine is unusually colored, may be cloudy and looks like it has powder in it. Or there may be blood mixed in like water washing the flesh. Sometimes stones may also come out.
  3. There are unusual symptoms when having to urinate, such as urinating too frequently. Urine is blurry. have a burning pain Intermittent urination, pain with straining, or complete urination. But I still feel the pain of urinating. or unable to hold back urine
  4. If the stone falls off and blocks the urethra There may be severe pain in the lower abdomen. and unable to urinate Until the bladder may become inflamed from urine remaining in the bladder.
  5. There may be a fever. or joint pain as well

How can I prevent bladder stones?

Drink lots of clean water. This prevents the urine from becoming too concentrated. Until it precipitates into stones Doctors recommend that you drink at least 2 liters of water per day. In addition, limiting calcium-containing symptoms and high oxalate It helps reduce the risk of developing bladder stones as well. (You can eat normally. But don’t eat the same foods over and over for a long time. You should eat a variety of foods.) 

If anyone has frequent pain in the lower abdomen. And I realized that I was drinking a little water. or abnormal urination Don’t forget to consult your doctor immediately. before the symptoms become more severe than before In order to receive timely treatment.