Homeopathy helps the stones to be removed from the kidney naturally. This means that no surgical treatments are involved in curing kidney stones with the help of homeopathy. This means that the patient will not have to worry about a surgery and the effects of surgery and recovering from it. At Dr.Morlawar’s, our experts ensure gentle treatment of kidney stones which effectively removes the stones from your system and also helps your kidney restore balance so that the chances of recurrence of stones in the future is minimized.
Your kidney filters out the waste materials from your blood which forms urine. When the salts and minerals present in your urine stick together on the inner lining of the kidney, they form kidney stones. Research shows that kidney stones have a sharp crystalline structure and they can grow as big as a golf ball. But at the same time, some stones that are formed in your kidney are of a very small size, and they may pass out of your urinary tract.
Depending on the size of the stones, they can cause a lot of pain and they may even block the ureter which is the tube that connect your kidney to your bladder. Since ureters are very narrow, the pain is almost unbearable when the stones obstruct this path. It is known that kidney stones are mainly caused because of lack of water. A drop in the pH level in your kidney makes it more conducive for the formation of stones in your kidney. It is known that people who develop kidney stones once stand a high chance of developing it again in the future. With homeopathy you can cure this problem effectively and that too without having to go through any surgeries.
Symptoms and Signs
When a person develops kidney stones, they may begin experiencing unbearable pain in their kidney area which is in the lower back. Some other symptoms of kidney stones are:
- If the stones have moved to the ureter and are obstructing the flow of urine, then the patient may feel a certain kind of heaviness in the kidney region.
- The urge to urinate frequently or painful urination can also be caused because of kidney stones.
- Patients may notice blood in the urine. The color of the urine will turn pinkish red or brown to indicate blood in it.
- They may find it difficult to urinate and they may even experience a burning sensation while urinating.
- The person may feel nauseous and they may end up vomiting a lot.
Kidney stones are hardly diagnosed before the person begins to experience unbearable pain. This is when a person rushes to the doctor who will consider a number of tests to check for the many causes of the pain. This can include CT scans, X-rays and ultrasound. A CT scan is one of the best ways to identify the stones. The doctor may ask a lot of questions regarding your medical history and lifestyle which can help in understand the reason for the development of stones.