4 Stages of Passing a Kidney Stone


Many people at certain stages of life suffer from kidney stones and face the difficult challenge of how to deal with the disease and how to treat it. I will share ideas about causes and effective treatments to learn the stages of passing a kidney stone. You will also learn more about how to prevent the onset of this disease and how to take precautions.

Where do kidney stones come from?

Before we can identify the stages of passing a kidney stone, we need to know from where the kidney stones come.

Kidney stones occur when certain substances such as calcium, oxalate, and uric acid concentrate on forming crystals in the kidney. Crystals grow on “rocks.” Almost 80% of -85% of kidney stones are calcium. The others are uric acid stones that form in people whose urine has a low pH.

Once the kidneys formed, they can break loose and pass through the urine, preventing the flow of urine. The result is years of severe pain, including lateral pain (pain on one side of the body between the stomach and the back), seldom with blood in the urine, vomiting, and vomiting. When the kidneys enter the bladder through the ureter, they can cause frequent urination, bladder pressure, or groin pain.

“If any of these indications occur, contact your GP,” Dr. Eisner. “You will probably need to do a urinalysis and a kidney ultrasound, an abdominal x-ray or a CT scan to confirm that kidney stones are the cause of your condition and to determine their size and number.” 


In the stages of passing a kidney stone for the first time, most people notice the problem when the kidney stone begins to detect the lining of the kidneys. He was well known there.

The current stone growth process is painless, and most people don’t know what’s going on. The only exception is when the kidney creates a blockage that affects kidney function and has other symptoms. However, it is rare.

As soon as the stone begins to shrink from within the sand. The body recognizes a foreign body and tries to remove it. This process creates waves of deadly disease as the stone cramps try to lose the offensive object.

* NOTE: To me, this pain seems to be the worst muscle pull OR if you pull your back hard.

The frequency of cramps is different for everyone. However, wait 1-4 + times per hour until the kidney stone removed.

These cramps tend to weaken. It takes your breath away. It doesn’t matter how hard the knee is. Pregnant women often report that kidney disease is worse than natural childbirth. It’s crazy!

However, a ray of sunshine in all of this is that the disease in the early stages. In most cases, the worst of the whole process of passing a kidney stone. 


What is the pain of the second phase of these stages of passing a kidney stone? Once the kidneys exit the kidney with natural stone, they travel down the path of the ureter. The ureters are the tubules that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder (see Figure A).

The problem is that the average human ureter has an outer diameter of about 3-4mm (inner diameter of about 2-3mm) and a length of about 10-12 inches. Stone rocks can vary in size. But just over 2mm, you feel it.

Now the disease is not as severe as when the kidney stone had launched from the rock. But be clear. It still hurts a lot. The pain will only come when the kidneys move. And pain is different from feeling.

In the first phase, the disease is INTENSIVE, and the atomic bombs seem to explode. Pain in the second stage is more of a luminous sensation since the kidneys are in tears when they fall into the bladder.

You may also feel pressure near the area where the kidneys can stop at this point. It is not entirely uncomfortable.


Once in the bladder, things change radically when it comes to pain. The pain went away. But what you will hear is HIGH PRESSURE. And your body will make you feel like you have to urinate every 5 minutes. But it makes sense, the body is smart enough and knows that there is a foreign body somewhere in its urinary tract and wants it to go away.

What you will experience is a bit like playing with one of these Yomega Brain Yo-Yos that sit and spin at the end of their start and then get up after a few seconds (does anyone remember these things?)

What I mean is this: you inevitably respond to the urinary signal from your body, and the stone gets held at the opening to the urethra when you try to pass it (the urethra is the channel of the bladder to the outside world).

NOTE: This game will be VERY confusing for people suffering from kidney stones for the first time. As soon as this stone is blocked and the urine flow disappears, panic reappears. You say to yourself, “Shoot, he’s trapped now. Should I go back to the emergency place?

However, make sure. 5-10 minutes and the kidney stone will return to the bladder, and the process will start again. After reading or seeing this, you can get over this kidney stone.


This final step in stages of passing a kidney stone will seem somewhat contradictory to some of you. However, it is essential to follow the advice. As soon as you feel that the kidney stones are trapped in the opening of the urethra, you should PRESS. And push hard. Press until you hear the sound of the stone in the toilet or hit the plastic filter.

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