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Kidney Stones in Children / Renal Stones in Children

Children are becoming increasingly susceptible to urinary/renal/kidney stones. It is imperative to identify and treat these to prevent stone recurrence. With the advent of newer facilities, 95% of stones in children can be removed without open surgery.

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Kidney Stones in Children / Renal Stones in Children

There is a wide misconception that only adults develop stones. On the contrary kidney stones can also occur in children living in hot climates or if they have any birth defects in their urinary tract....Read More

Posted on : Tuesday, March 3, 2009 12:00 AM
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We have a herbal medicine based on tribal traditional knowledge which removes stones from kidney, urinary bladder and urinary tract in just 15 days. For our mission with vision kindly visit to our web site www.abhumka.com
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Replied on Thursday, April 7, 2011 2:41 AM

vemula
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my daughter 8years old at the age of her 5years she faced with pcnl in two sittings in left kidney from then onwards we are using homoepathy but there is no use. now she is severely complainting about her leg pains,her growth is very low when compare to her age, stones are again recurring. 2years onwards we are not giving milk and milk products.
Even my son 2years old he has multiple caliculus in both the kidneys and two 12mmin size and they are at pelvis,we are very much fearing about our kids position.now we are using homopathy for him also but no use. please, help us , if there is medicine mail me.
Replied on Monday, September 19, 2011 12:33 PM
At the age of 8 months of my son, it was detected he ahd 7 Kidney Stones. He was hospitalised in Govt. Hospital in Goa, India. No doctor was bothered to find the exact cause of the formation of so many stones. All the Stones got dissolved after 6 months. After the discharge, we got a C. T. Scan done on him in a different state. And now we have noticed a great change in his behaviour; he doesn't talk/utter words as he used to do at the age of 8 months. He is now 2 yrs and 4 months.. Could anyone inform and enlighten me as to why he doesn't respond/ talk like other children of his age? Has the radiation of CT Scan affected his behavioral pattern? How should I make him talk/ talkative?...Laxmikant, Goa, India.
Replied on Saturday, December 17, 2011 12:41 PM

PDBhatta
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Hello! At the age of 14 I had kidney stone in my kidney.People who are suffering I know what they are going through.During this period, our stomach pains a lot which makes us cry. I was admitted in a hospital in India, and was operated.This method was called LAPAROSCOPY. This is a new technique of getting less pain.Hopefully, the operation was successful and I absolutely fine now. This happens due to the less drinking of water. So, to the people who is suffering I would suggest you to have lots of water to a protective action against Kidney Stone. Everyone was shocked that a girl of 14 can have a kidney stone.But, then i got to know, not only adults even children of our age can also have it.So, parents should be careful about their children. Thank You PDB,Calcutta,India.
Replied on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 6:39 AM
To get rid from kidney stones ..avoid high content potassium foods.most of the fruits and vegetables are high in potassium..so limit your servings/day
Replied on Saturday, August 9, 2014 7:44 AM
 




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