Tag: kidney stones

Earlier, I had a post about the importance of drinking water to prevent kidney stones. However, that’s just one of a number of strategies to reduce your chances of getting a stone. Though kidney stones can be common and recur…

I haven’t had a kidney stone in a while, but I often find myself thinking: How do I know if my kidney stone pain is a single episode? What qualifies as chronic kidney stones? I don’t have them often—maybe once…

In an earlier post, I talked about the four types of kidney stones: calcium, uric, struvite, and cystine. After a bit more research, I realized that a certain condition, Cystinuria, causes Cystine stones—the rarest but often largest types of kidney…

Harvard Health Publication’s Faculty Editor, Robert H. Shmerling, MD., has warned that kidney stones are on the rise. In an article published on the publication’s blog, Shmerling writes that, until recently, the typical person experiencing kidney stone issues was male,…