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Sunday, August 26, 2018

Remarkable secrets for desolving badder stones

 Dissolving Bladder stones
So many individuals are suffering from different types of stones
Gall bladder, kidney and Bladder.
Be is what they may they are all a form of concentrated form of minerals that mainly because of too much  protein too much table salt and too little or no water  consumed
I do hope this information will help you to avoid them or dissolve them.
When diagnose most people panic and go for one of the doctor methods of getting rid of them. Surgery usually the recommended option.
However alternate  medicine  practitioners  also have methods of removing them other that the medical ways.

Bladder stones 
are small, dark mineral masses that form in the bladder—they develop when concentrated urine is left in the bladder. This concentrated urine is about 95% water and five percent minerals and waste products (i.e. salt and protein).
Bladder stones start to grow when urine is left in the bladder after urinating. This is often due to an underlying medical condition that stops the bladder from completely emptying when using the toilet.
They however can be dissolve natural .using herbs singly or made into a formula. Chanca Pedra  is  good  formula but Royan Chanca Piedra is proven to be one of the best bran. Check it out here
Conditions that stop the bladder from fully emptying include:
·         Neurogenic bladder: If the nerves that run between the bladder and nervous system are damaged, for instance in a stroke or spinal injury, the bladder may not empty fully.
·         Prostate enlargement: If the prostate is enlarged, it can press on the urethra and cause a disruption in flow, leaving some urine in the bladder.
·         Medical devices: Bladder stones can be caused by catheters or other medical devices if they move to the bladder.
·         Bladder inflammation: Infections of the urinary tract or radiation therapy can leave the bladder enlarged.
·         Kidney stones: Kidney stones can migrate down the ureters and, if too large to pass, they will remain in the bladder and can cause obstruction. Kidney stones are more common than bladder stones.
·         Bladder diverticula: Pouches can form within the bladder. If the pouches grow to a large size, they can hold urine and prevent the bladder from being fully emptied.
·         Cystocele: In women, the bladder wall can become weak and drop down to the vagina; this can affect the flow of urine from the bladder.
How Are Bladder Stones Diagnosed?
If you are having complications with urination or any symptoms that are associated with bladder stones, contact your doctor. The tests your doctor may recommend include the following:
·         Ultrasound: An ultrasound will use sound waves to create images inside the body that x-rays may not be able to see.
·         Urinalysis: A urinalysis test is used to examine your urine for crystallization, abnormalities, and infections.
·         Spiral computerized tomography scan: This is a computed tomography (CT) scan, which checks for complications within the bladder.
·         Intravenous pyelogram: A dye is introduced to the veins and moves throughout the body until it finds its way to the bladder. The dye highlights any abnormalities found in the bladder, and an x-ray is taken of the highlighted results.
·         X-ray: An x-ray will show the inside of the bladder and most complications that are present. However, an x-ray may not show every stone that is present.
Risk Factors for Bladder Stones
Below are some of the things that can increase the chances  of one getting  bladder stones
·         Age and gender: Males develop bladder stones more often than females, especially as they get older.
·         Paralysis: People with serious spinal injuries and loss of muscle control in the pelvic region are unable to empty their bladder completely.
·         Bladder outlet obstruction: Any condition that blocks the flow of urine from the bladder to the outside world. There are a few different ways that the bladder can be blocked, the most common is an enlarged prostate.
·         Bladder augmentation surgery: A type of surgery carried out to treat incontinence in women can lead to bladder stones.

Treating Bladder Stones Medically
There are basically  3 methods used.
1.     Drinking  Enough water  If  bladder stones are caught when they are still small, simply increasing the amount of water the individual drinks can be enough to pass them naturally. If they are too large to pass in the urine, treatment for bladder stones normally involves either breaking them up or removing them by surgery.

2.      Cystolitholapaxy Is a procedure in which a doctor inserts a thin tube with a camera on the end into the urethra (the opening found at the end of the penis or above the vagina). The doctor can view the stones through the tube and break them down.

The doctor will use a laser, ultrasound, or a small implement to break up the stones before washing (or   vacuuming) them away. This procedure is carried out under anesthesia.
           Complications from cystolitholapaxy are rare but can include tears in the bladder wall, and  

3.      Surgical removal

If the stones are too large to be broken down using cystolitholapaxy, surgery is an alternative treatment option.        The surgeon will enter the bladder through a cut in the abdomen and remove the bladder stones. Any surgical procedure comes with some risks, so cystolitholapaxy is always the first choice.
Bladder stone can be caused by a number of reasons so they may be no one specific way in preventing them.
 Reducing table salt and minimizing protein intake along with  drinking plenty of water 6-8 glasses will also help break down any developing stones and prevents its formation
 However, if an individual experiences any odd urinary symptoms - pain, discoloration, blood – it is  advisable to  getting an medical opinion  
  Most people  with urinary tract infections feel that there is urine left in the bladder after urinating. In these cases  double  voiding is best. That is try urinating again 10-20 seconds after the first attempt.  This  can help prevent stones from forming.
It is also suggested that if you already have an enlarged prostate ,sitting to urinate can help make sure that the bladder is emptied fully. This, prevents or slows the buildup of bladder stones.

Bladder stone can be treated naturally It will take a longer time If you do not make sure you get enough water and ate well balance diet they may return. However this product will ensure that they keep away Just make it be a part of you cleans regime which is using them every 6 months after the stone is gone. You will find you will  need to use it less and less. Royal ChancaPedra

Contribution author
Juliet Christie Murray

Information found on this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat any medical condition. If  you have one visit your health provider.

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