On a typical visit to a doctor, the first question you might ask is whether you have a kidney disease.
Or a kidney infection?
Or a urinary tract infection?
A urinary tract problem is a condition where you have to urinate more than once a day.
A kidney stone is the result.
The stone causes a person’s urine to collect in the bladder and fall out.
Your doctor may order a CT scan, or they may even remove it from your body, by inserting a piece of metal or glass in your bladder.
Or, they may perform a kidney biopsy to look for a kidney cell.
If you have one, your doctor may ask you to go into the hospital for a biopsy.
If they find one, they might use it to determine if the kidney stone has caused your problem.
The best way to diagnose kidney stones is by seeing your doctor.
Your kidney stone specialist can explain how the stone affects your kidneys, and how to identify it.
Your kidneys work like a dialysis machine, and the kidneys can produce urine.
If a kidney fails, the urine can’t go into your body.
If the urine is blocked by your bladder, your kidneys can’t get it out.
That means the urine collects in your kidneys.
The urine in your body contains calcium and phosphorus, which are minerals that your kidneys break down.
When your kidneys are full, calcium is broken down to make calcium phosphate, which your body can use to make urine.
You need to have enough calcium in your urine to keep your body working.
If your urine contains too much calcium, it can’t use the calcium as phosphate.
If too little calcium is present, your body will stop producing urine and may pass urine to other parts of your body as urine.
When a stone is found, the doctor may remove it.
If it has caused no problems, it’s referred to as a urinary stone.
You may be referred to a specialist who can perform a biopsies of your kidneys to look at their anatomy and to look in the urine for signs of the stone.
If all else fails, you may need a kidney transplant.
A transplant is an operation that takes place inside your body to replace your kidney.
A procedure that removes a stone from your kidney is called a transplant.
You have to be able to walk or sit in a wheelchair to undergo a transplant, so you may have to wear a special harness to get around.
The process is similar to having a procedure done at a doctor’s office.
Your surgeon will put a tube into your leg and put a special metal plug in your urethra.
The plug is attached to a needle.
The surgeon injects the needle into your bladder and injects calcium phosphate into your kidney and into the bloodstream to make your urine more urine-like.
You can urinate once a week or more frequently.
If everything is OK, your surgeon may give you a drug called digoxin, which is a medication that helps your kidneys function.
It may also increase the amount of calcium in the blood, so your body may use more of the medication to make more urine.
A good transplant is usually done within two weeks.
The transplant is done to replace the kidney’s calcium phosphate.
The doctor then uses a needle to inject the calcium phosphate back into the vein in your leg that leads to your bladder to make another injection.
After a few days, the medication is removed and you can urate again.
If kidney stones aren’t causing your problem, your transplant is not recommended.
The surgery can cause scarring and swelling in the kidney.
Sometimes a transplant can be performed to remove a kidney that isn’t causing problems, and sometimes it’s needed to treat a serious problem that is causing kidney damage.
A person with a kidney disorder might not need a transplant because they’re not able to get enough calcium.
A stone doesn’t usually cause any harm to the kidney, but it may cause scar tissue to grow around the stone or damage to the kidneys.
Kidney stones are most common in older adults, people who have diabetes, people with kidney disease or people with chronic kidney disease, such as cirrhosis of the liver or chronic kidney failure.
Most kidney stones are caused by calcite, a mineral that’s made of calcium and phosphate.
In kidney stones, the calcium deposits are in the kidneys’ ducts, which drain urine into the bladder.
The calcium deposits can lead to scarring, swelling, pain, and damage to your kidneys if they’re left untreated.
Kidneys also have a layer of fat called capillaries, which contain blood vessels that drain urine from the bladder to the blood.
This helps to keep the blood flowing to the area around the kidney and prevents the urine from getting trapped in the fat.
Some people can have more than one kidney, so there’s usually only one type of stone that needs treatment.
When you’re older, you might have more problems, such a kidney condition called renal tubular disease.