Why are kidney stones formed and how dangerous is it?


One of the most frequent diseases of the urinary system is urolithiasis. This disease is associated with the formation of kidney stones of different mineral composition, of different shapes and structures. At the same time stones appear in both kidneys in one third of all cases

Urolithiasis can absolutely be diagnosed at any age, but this disease is rarely observed in children. Men suffer from urolithiasis frequently, but in women concretions are considered to be more complex in form and structure

The are many reasons for the formation of stones: heredity, lifestyle (lack of exercise, alcohol abuse, poor diet, addiction to fried, spicy food), living conditions, lack of compliance with the rules of hygiene, infection. One of the reasons of the disease is a chronic inflammation of the kidney, that can be a sign of not serious attitude to health

If concentration of protein and salt is increased in urine, it gives rise to the formation of stones. Stones grow for years. Sometimes small stones escape normally with the flow of urine. And sometimes they attached in the kidney and acquire new salt deposits

Typically, kidney stones are accompanied by severe pain in the lower back or side after exercise. Problems with urination begin. Urolithiasis often gives rise to an inflammatory process in the kidney, which symptoms are high temperature, dull pain, the presence of leukocytes in urine

Pyelonephritis (infectious and inflammatory kidney disease ) often does not immediately felt. This is a time bomb. Hypothermia, the lack of monitoring of renal function may lead to a deterioration of renal function

In the presence of pyelonephritis patient needs constant supervision by a physician, regular intake of antibacterial drugs and "kidney" herbs, such as UROCYST