can kidney stones affect urine flow
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What happens if a kidney stone stays in the kidney?
Some stones stay in the kidney, and do not cause any problems. Sometimes, the kidney stone can travel down the ureter, the tube between the kidney and the bladder. If the stone reaches the bladder, it can be passed out of the body in urine. If the stone becomes lodged in the ureter, it blocks the urine flow from that kidney and causes pain.
What does it mean if you have kidney stones in urine?
Urine contains many dissolved minerals and salts. When your urine has high levels of these minerals and salts, you can form stones. Kidney stones can start small but can grow larger in size, even filling the inner hollow structures of the kidney. Some stones stay in the kidney, and do not cause any problems.
Can low flow cause kidney stones?
If the urine volume permits stones, it is too low. True, but that is not what I mean by Low Flow. Lots of people come in for their first collections with a low urine volume; they just never knew that for them a low volume could promote stones.
What is the relationship between urine volume and kidney stones?
Epidemiological links between becoming a stone former and urine volume have been discussed on this site already. Above above 2.5 liters daily is no longer associated with stone onset. Another approach: Supersaturation is the key to crystal formation, and it falls steeply as urine flow rises.