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kidney stone blast procedure - what to expect? - mamapedia

DH had a terrible time with a kidney stone last year. Three trips to Emergency room before they finally realized it wasn't going to move and they did emergency surgery to remove it. The stent they left in for a week afterwards was no picnic either and he had severe pain again after they took the stent out. This is a guy who never complains about anything and he said he never wants to go through that again.

So his doctor is doing a blasting procedure next week to break up some remaining stones they've been keeping an eye on for the last few months. I'm afraid to google the procedure because there's always something that scares me and then I'm sorry I googled. So all I want to know is what we can expect after this procedure which I believe is done by ultrasound. Doc said DH would have to take 2 days off work to rest afterward and he'd feel like someone punched him for a few days. Anything is better than the pain he went through before. Anyone had this procedure and can shed some light on the subject without scaring me?

Here is a description of the procedure from the following kidney National Kidney and...........web site. I read thru the article and didn't see anything scary. I also thought it was educational about the procedures involved with diagnosing and treating kidney stones.

"Shock wave lithotripsy. A machine called a lithotripter is used to crush the kidney stone. The procedure is performed by a urologist on an outpatient basis and anesthesia is used. In shock wave lithotripsy, the person lies on a table or, less commonly, in a tub of water above the lithotripter. The lithotripter generates shock waves that pass through the persons body to break the kidney stone into smaller pieces to pass more readily through the urinary tract."

I had lithotripsy done about 1 1/2 years ago on a 1cm kidney stone that was wedged at the top of my ureter and I thought the procedure was easy. Compared to the pain of the stone trying to pass and the bladder spasms from the stent, the procedure was a piece of cake.

I went into the hospital with pain that I was 99% certain was a kidney stone. The pain eventually got so bad that morphine barely took the edge off of it. The next morning the doctor put a stent in to keep my ureter open, told me that I would go home in a few hours and the lithotripsy would be scheduled in the next couple of weeks while the stent dilated open. I didn't actually go home for 2 days because the stent caused my bladder to spasm so badly that I couldn't even sit comfortably. (I felt like I had to go to the bathroom constantly.) Eventually they figured out a combination of a muscle relaxer and percocet eased the spasms enough that I could sit comfortably. Walking was still a bit rough but on that combination of medicine, I was going home but not much further than that. And on the good side, the stent relieved the extreme pain and pressure from the kidney stone enough to be tolerable.

I went home and they were able to get me on the schedule for the lithotripsy 4 days later. On day of the procedure, I checked into the outpatient surgery center. They did the standard pre-op stuff. Just before they took me in for the procedure, they gave me something to put me out. The next thing I remember is waking up in post-op. Right away, I remember feeling the tremendous relief that the pain and pressure from the kidney stone was gone. I still had bladder spasms from the stent but it did ease up a little and I was able to gradually cut back on the muscle relaxer and percocet. A week later, the doctor removed the stent and the bladder spasms finally stopped.

I did have a small bruise about the size of a quarter on my back where they sent the shock waves through. And I remember feeling a little sore, but it wasn't bad at all. Compared to the discomfort I had been in for the previous week, it was nothing. And I was up and around better than I had been for 2 weeks.

my husband suffered with this one kideny stones for years. It would get stuck cause horrible pain, he'd be in the ER with morphine peeing blood and then it would dislodge and the pain would go away for a couple of months or years. We never knew when it would re-emerge. He needed spinal surgery a few years ago and a few weeks before the surgery date kidney stone started up (stress?). So he decided to go ahead & have the lithotripsy. It was the best thing he ever did. I dropped him off in the late morning, after I got the kids from school we went back and picked him up. That evening & the next day he passed the gravel and he went ahead with his spinal sugery a few days later not having to worry about that stone coming back while he was trying to recover.

There were no side effects, the procedure involved him lying down on a table with a gel or water filled pad under him. He relaxed in the recovery area for a while so they could monitor him and make sure nothing odd happened and that was it. Make sure the facility's machines are the newer models as I understand they work much better and focus right on the stone with less side effects. The older machines are more prone to produce side effects than the newer ones. Also from what I understand if the stone is near a bone like a rib it can cause some discomfort during the procedure.

I have had lithotripsy several times and two different ways. About 10 years ago I had my 3rd lithotripsy done at a Lithotriptic Center. The process there was to give me an epidural and happy drugs, lower me into a tank of water and hit my back with shock waves. For a few days I did feel like someone had punched me in the back.

In the past few years I've had another type of lithotripsy done (twice, I think). This time it was on a lithotripsy machine. I was given general anesthesia, and I felt absolutely fine afterwards. No soreness or anything!

With both types my doctor also inserted a stent. This was to make it easier for the remnants of the stones to pass more easily. I agree that the stent is no picnic. My doctor prescribed pain killers and something to prevent spasms because your body does not like having a foreign object inside it. The body will try to reject it. Take the drugs!!!

Each time the stent was removed, I felt instantly better ... except the last time. I went home and felt fine at first. Then I began having spasms. I laid in bed curled up in a ball. I pain felt very much like the stone did when it was first causing me pain ... but not nearly as intense. My husband was at work and the kids were at school. My husband called my doctor for me, and they told me that this does sometimes happen (spasms). They had me come back to the office and gave me a shot of Toradol. It's not a narcotic but relaxes everything. They also gave me a prescription for Toradol that I took for a few days afterward.

Bottom line, this procedure can be uncomfortable for a few days (soreness) and the stent is annoying, to say the least. But the whole thing is relatively painless, and the stent will be gone in about a week.

I noticed Amanda say to "have the doctor make sure they are small enough stones that he will easily pass them once broken." The doctor is going to do everything he/she can to make sure the stones are small enough. The problem with larger stones (I had one that was the size of my thumbnail. That's huge!) is that as they are broken apart, they break into small pieces like sand and it becomes more and more difficult for the doctor to see. This is why the doctor will take followup x-rays. As the teeny, tiny pieces pass it will become easier to see whether or not larger pieces remained. Unfortunately, you just have to wait and see. I once had to have lithotripsy a year later to get that one last piece that was too big to pass. Not my first choice, but what can you do.

I had it done after having kidney stones for most of my last pregnancy. It's not bad at all. I was fine the next day and was up to looking after my 3 kids including a newborn. DH will be just fine. :o)

My husband had this done. I urge your husband to have the doctor make sure they are small enough stones that he will easily pass them once broken. Is he having another stent? Is he having the procedure done because they are bothering him or just because they are moving?

I will be honest, my husband thought the shock wave surgery was worse than where they go in and break it up with a laser. His stones were very big, though. He has been kidney stone free for almost a year but he has to be VERY strict with his diet. He has a whole list to avoid and another that he is to limit his intake on. Mainly calcium rich foods.

Make sure your husband asks for pain medicine. He will need it even if he or his doctor thinks he won't. Also, I would make sure someone is home for at least 24 hours after the surgery to help him get to the bathroom and bring him anything he needs.

I have had that procedure done 3 times. It's not that bad and after a day he should be ok. He needs to have them test the stones to find out why he keeps making them. Mine is no saoda or tea. I am now just drinking water and lemonade. really water is the best.

ultrasonography versus computed tomography (ct) for kidney stones nyc kidney stone clinic

CT scan is easy to perform. While a single CT scan in adults is fairly safe and is associated with fairly small amount of radiation, many patients with kidney stones will have multiple recurrent episodes of kidney stones requiring multiple CT scans during their life. I have seen patients who had 5-10 CAT scans in a period of 1-2 years for evaluation of kidney stones. These patients have been exposed to significant amount of radiation ina very short period of time which is very concerning.

In addition they are likely to have a need for CT scan for evaluation of other symptoms at some point in their life. There is significant evidence that accumulated radiation from exposure to multiple CT scans can have detrimental effect on life and may be associated with a small risk of developing certain cancers. Radiation inducedcancers typically do not develop immediately but take many years to occur.

While sometimes CT scan provides valuable information that cannot be obtained with other methods, in my practice over the past 5 years the use of CT scans for evaluation and management of patients with kidney stones has decreased while the use of ultrasound has increased.

For patients with large kidney stones renal ultrasound is essentially equivalent to CT scan in diagnosisof kidney stones. CT scan is certainly useful for surgical planning in patients with large stones to define anatomy and decide which approach would be ideal especially when the question is whether the patient needs PCNL.

In the emergency room situation, in apatient with renal colic, the finding of kidney stone on ultrasound as well as hydronephrosis is diagnostic. Anewrandomized control study publishedin New England Journal of Medicine compared CT scan to ultrasound in evaluation of patients with symptoms of renal colic. This study found no significant difference in terms of diagnostic efficacy and more importantly ultrasound did not miss significantly more dangerous diagnosis then did CT scan. These patients had a very low risk of having another diagnosis thatwas dangerous.

A counter-argument for using ultrasound in diagnosing of kidney stones is thatureteral stones are usually difficult to visualize with ultrasound and unless they arelocated at UPJ or in thedistal ureter will not be seen with ultrasound. This is correct but practically this does not make a difference. There is 3 possibilities:

(A) that the stone is in the ureter or that it has passed. If thestone has passed the patients pain will resolve spontaneously over the next 24-48 hours. A repeat ultrasound in a few weeks documenting resolution of hydronephrosis is all that is needed.

(B) If the stone was in the ureter, aKUB can be at obtained with minimal radiation exposure. A large stone greater than 7-9mm will most likely be visible on KUB. Smaller stones that are also more likely to pass will not be visible on KUB. If the patient is comfortable, has no fever and has normal renal function, an optimal approach is for patient to try to pass the stone. The exact location of the stone does not matter all that much as long as the patient is willing to try to pass the stone.

(C) If a patient with hydronephrosis has fever, severe pain that cannot be controlled with medications, or abnormal renal function, thesize or location of the stone donot matter as the patient needs to be taken to the operating room for surgical intervention. In this situation, CT scan will not make any immediate difference.

Other diagnoses that may cause ureteral obstruction such as ureteral tumor or ureteral stricture cannot be diagnosed by ultrasound. However more often than not a CT scan performed for evaluation of kidney stones without intravenous contrast will miss these diagnoses as well.

2. Patient has no hydronephrosis and the stone is not visible on ultrasound. This is achallenging situation. There are 2 possibilities. First the patient has a renal colic due to a ureteral stone that has not produced hydronephrosis yet. The other possibility is that the pain is not caused by a stone but has a different etiology. The 2 most common dangerous diagnosis that could be mistaken for renal colic are appendicitis and cholecystitis. Both of these can be evaluated and diagnosed with ultrasound with fairly good confidence. The most common diagnosis other than kidney stone is musculoskeletal pain or sciatica. As long as the patient is stable and comfortable they can be managed expectantly without exposing them to unnecessary radiation. Should they failexpectant management, CT scan can then be performed. This approach is likely to decrease radiation exposure from CT scans by 70-80%.

3. Patient has a stone visible on renal or bladder ultrasound: in this situation, ultrasound is diagnostic. CT scan will not provide any additional information unless there is a suspicion of a different diagnosis in which case a different CT scan protocol is most likely needed (with IV and PO contrast).

homeopathic medicines for kidney stone - dissolve them fast naturally

Although kidney stones are considered a case for surgery under the conventional mode of medicine, natural medicines can break down and dissolve kidney stones or help them pass out as it is without surgical intervention. In fact, natural medicines have shown the most remarkable results in treating the recurrent tendency towards formation of kidney stones. Some effective Homeopathic medicines for kidney stone are Berberis Vulgaris, Lycopodium Clavatum, Hydrangea Arborescens, Cantharis Vesicatoria, Benzoic Acid and Sarsaparilla Officinalis.

Berberis Vulgaris is one of the top listed medicines for kidney stones formed on the left side. A unique symptom guiding use of Berberis Vulgaris is pain in left kidney that radiates down the ureter and into the urinary bladder. The pain can be shooting, stitching, cutting or stinging in nature. The pain may worsen from motion or jarring movement. Urine may be yellow and may contain slimy sediments. The kidney region is also sensitive to touch.

Lycopodium Clavatum is an excellent choice of medicine for treating kidney stones of the right side. The person needing Lycopodium Clavatum has pain in the right kidney or right ureter. The pain worsens before urination. Urine is scanty. The kidney pain subsides after passing urine. Red sediments may appear in urine. In some cases, the urine may be purulent, turbid, or pale.

Hydrangea Arborescens is popularly known as the stone breaker. Hydrangea Arborescens is used to crush kidney stones, stones in ureter as well as bladder. A significant symptom to look out for is white deposits or yellow sand in urine. If one notices white or yellow sand deposits, then Hydrangea Arborescens is the sure shot cure. Soreness in kidney region may also be felt in such cases. In some cases, blood may appear in urine.

Cantharis Vesicatoria is of great help in kidney stone where there is intense burning on passing urine. The burning may also be present before urine is passed and may continue after urination. Another attending feature is kidney pain with frequent urge to pass urine. Tenesmus of bladder may also be marked where the urge to pass urine is almost constant, together with unsatisfactory urination. Urine may contain jelly-like mucus.

In case of kidney stone with excessive burning at the close of urination, Sarsaparilla Officinalis is the medicine that you can count on. Urine passed is scanty. Urine may contain slimy or sandy particles. Sarsaparilla Officinalis is also prescribed for right-sided kidney stones.

For kidney stones with pain attended with nausea/vomiting, Ocimum Can and Tabacum benefit most. Ocimum Can shows remarkable results in kidney stone of the right side with nausea or vomiting while Tabacum is indicated for left-sided kidney stone with nausea or vomiting. Other features to look out for before prescribing Ocimum Can are red/saffron coloured urine, bladder tenesmus, burning on urinating and restlessness. Some accompanying symptoms that will decide on Tabacum as the best medicine are sensitive renal region, yellow-red urine and cold sweat.

Pareira Brava is a valuable medicine for kidney stone, especially in cases where pain from the kidney radiates down the thigh. In some cases, the pain may radiate down to the feet from the kidney region. There is also a constant urge to urinate. Urine is passed with marked pain. In men, pain may also be felt in glans penis while urinating. Red sand or stingy mucus may be observed in the urine.

Our urinary system consists of kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra. The kidneys are vital organs that filter the blood, remove waste products and excessive fluid from the body. The waste products and fluid left after filtering blood is collectively referred to as urine. The urine, after being formed in the kidneys, passes through the narrow tubes called ureters. The urine gets collected in the urinary bladder which is voided via the urethra. The solid mineral deposits that get formed in kidneys or urinary bladder are referred to as kidney stones.

There are mainly five types of kidney stones. These include uric acid stones, calcium stones (mainly calcium oxalate stones and sometimes calcium phosphate), struvite stones (mainly form in persons with urinary tract infection), staghorn stones (struvite stones, when they get enlarged, are referred to as staghorn stones) and cystine stones (these run in families with tendency to pass too much cystine in urine cystinuria).

Kidney stones form when the level of crystal-forming substances such as calcium, uric acid, or oxalate rises in urine. At the same time, the level of substances that prevent these crystals from sticking together falls. Both of these factors together play a role in kidney stone formation.

Kidney stones that are small size may show no symptom at all and may lie dormant in the kidneys. In such cases, they usually get accidently revealed in ultrasounds done for some other purpose. However, stones that are large in size cause intense pain. Pain from small stones may also arise when they are trying to pass the pelviureteric junction or ureterovesical junction. The pain may be felt in the kidney region or in the flank area. Other attending symptoms are frequent urine, pain on passing urine, burning urination, scanty urine, blood in urine and nausea or vomiting.

We know thatkidney stones that are small lie dormant in the kidney and cause no pain. Pain arises when the stones are large and block urine flow. However, pain also arises, in case of both small and large stones, when they are trying to enter the ureter from kidney or enter the urinary bladder from the ureter.

The pain from kidney stones is usually so intense that the person seeks immediate medical aid. There are usually no complications in such cases. However, complications may arise in case of a person who, unaware of kidney stones lying dormant for long periods of time without causing any discomfort or pain, does not approach a doctor. In such cases, due to persistent and severe obstruction of urine flow, there are chances of kidney damage.

The pain caused by kidney stones is known as renal colic. This pain is very intense and may be felt in the mid-back or flank area. The patient does not find any position comfortable when in acute renal pain due to severity of the pain.

There are two junctions in the renal system The pelviureteric junction (PUJ) and the ureterovesical junction (UVJ). The PUJ junction is present at the renal pelvis and ureter. The UVJ refers to the junction of the ureter and urinary bladder. These medicines can treat kidney stones at both PUJ and UVJ junction when the stones are small in size and not linked with acute retention of urine or severe hydronephrosis.

Yes, Homeopathy can definitely dissolve the stones in your case. Kidney stones of up to 8mm to 9mm have good scope of treatment with these medicines. This does not, however, mean that Homeopathy will not work on stones of a larger size. They will, but in such cases, Homeopathy can only be started after making sure that the renal function tests are normal and there is no acute urinary retention.

Homeopathy is very effective in treating kidney stones. In several cases, surgery can be avoided. To what extent medicine can help depends upon the size and location of the kidney stone. In case of acute retention of urine or severe hydronephrosis from kidney stone, the urgency of treatment demands that allopathic medicines be used as a first step.

Yes, Homeopathy can completely cure this tendency towards recurrent kidney stones. Natural medicines, along with proper diet management, yield positive long-term results. In such cases, these medicines are selected after an in-depth analysis and study of symptoms involved.

Yes, natural medicines offer help in acute renal colic, but only if there is no urine retention. Renal colic with acute urine retention is an emergency scenario. In such cases, immediate allopathic help must be sought.

Dear Doctor, I have a 13mm size calculi in my left kidney ( now moved from pole to pipe). Had severe pain and did the USG two days ago. How and which homeopathic medicines can I use to remove this and to prevent recurrence, as a permanent solution?

My Husband is 61 years age and also diabetic. He is having 16mm stone in right kidney Lower Pole. He is taking Clear Stone SBL twice a day. But the stone has not yet come for the past one month. Still having acute pain and sometimes vomiting . He had infection and admitted in hospital for treating the infection and took IV injection for the infection in kidney. Now he is better, but the stone has not yet come. Can we continue with SBL Clear Stone or any other treatment required. Now there is no infection. We did Urine Analysis and Blood count yesterday. But he is having pain and the stone has not yet come. Kindly advise.

In bed bound elderly patient with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus having large three stones in left kidney will this homeopathic medicine work or not? urologist advised leave it as it is no procedure can be done otherwise stone if broken can obstruct lower urinary tract. Please advise

I suffered 2times right side pain in 2014 and 2016.Then left side in 2018.All these were with nausea.After 2018,the pain has not recurred.But,I feel slight pain,that is batha,on the right side.Till now,I have no problem in urinating.I can hold back urine also. Do I have kidney stone?

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kidney stone surgery & removal procedures

The doctor uses an X-ray or ultrasound to find the stone (or stones) in your kidney. Then, they aimhigh-energy shock waves at your kidney from the outside. These waves go through your skin and break up the stone into small pieces.

The doctor might put a tube called a stent into your ureter (urine flows through this from your kidneys to your bladder). This stent helps the pieces of stone pass. SWL takes about an hour. You'll usually go home on the same day.

Your doctor will pass the scope through your bladder and ureter into your kidney. They usea small basket to remove small stones. If the stones are larger, the doctor will pass a laser through the scope to break them up. You usually are able to go home on the same day.

You will be given something to make you unconscious during the procedure. The surgeon will make a cut in your side and into your kidney. They will remove the stone through the opening. A stent is placed in the ureter to help urine drain.

dissolve kidney stones - best kidney stone home remedy - painful urination

It's 2.45am, and pitch black. You've just woken up to an agonising stinging sensation in your groin along with a desperate urge to pee. You stagger to the bathroom, bleary eyed and doubled over with the pain.

You finally make it and flick the light-switch, instantly dazzled by the blinding glare which only makes things worse. Eventually you get to where you need to be, and then comes the worst part... yep, that's right: peeing through your kidney stones.

But sometimes those waste salts and minerals collect together and harden, turning into tiny little crystals and stones which get lodged in between your kidneys and your bladder, in the bladder itself, or between your bladder and the outside world.

The tubes that connect your bladder and your kidneys (and of course your bladder and the outside world) are very small and narrow, so these stones can get stuck and cause excruciating pain. As you know, it's incredibly unpleasant.

Experts also believe waiting for the stone to pass on it's own (sometimes through brute force on your part!) is not a good idea since it tends to make the condition worse, and exposes you to high levels of stress and trauma.

Some use sound waves, some use ultrasound, some use infrared beams, and I've even heard of some that use much more dangerous rays like X-rays! Most also require patients to be under anesthetic because it's so painful!

While the theory might sound OK, can you imagine what these things are doing to the rest of your insides? Whatever it is, it's not good. There are much better, safer, natural ways to dissolve kidney stones than this!

Well, I don't know about you, but the idea of tying my body into a pretzel shape with a kidney stone squeezing around inside me does not fill me with joy. That's going to hurt, and it's going to hurt a lot.

You can help avoid the chances of needing surgery by dealing with your kidney stones at home, as soon as you first notice them. The earlier you catch them yourself, the easier it is to use my technique to clear them, and the quicker you can be back to your normal healthy self.

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One of the foods contains specific herbal extracts which has a cleansing effect on your urinary system. Basically, it increases the flow of water you pass. Thanks to the stone dissolving effect in Step 1, you can easily clear all blockages and flush out all your stones in no time.

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treatment of kidney and ureteral stones in patients with heart disease (coronary artery disease or cad) who take aspirin nyc kidney stone clinic

Patients with heart disease and those who have had angioplasty with drug-eluting stent placed in their coronary arteries of the heart typically have limited options when it comes to treatment for kidney stones and ureteral stones.

Many patients with heart disease take blood thinning medications such as aspirin, Plavix and Coumadin. While some patientscan safely stop these medications temporarily to undergo surgery for kidney stones, many patients cannot stop these medications safely.

Blood thinnerscomplicate decision making for treatment of kidney stones. In particular blood thinnerseliminate the option of shock wave lithotripsy as this procedure has a fairly high risk of bleeding complications if performed while taking blood thinners such as aspirin. In this situation ureteroscopy is often the preferred procedure as it can be often performed safely while the patient is on blood thinners or when blood thinners are stopped for a short period of time.

The choices fortreatment of kidney stones in men and women who take blood thinners are complex. As a result a very challenging situation arises. In some situations the risk is temporary and if the surgery for kidney stones is not urgent it may be possible to delay it by a few months to decrease the chances of cardiac complications. Medical management can often decrease the risk of the stones growing and getting bigger. These are complex decisions and best decided in consultation between the cardiologist and a urologist experienced in treatment of men and women with complex cardiac problems.