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Urinary Stone Disease

Urinary stone disease happens when crystals form in the urine and coalesce to form a stone. The stones get lodged in the urinary tract and can cause a lot of pain. Men are more likely to suffer from urinary stone disease.

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Urinary Stone Disease

Urinary stones have affected mankind since time immemorial. It would be fascinating to know that the first evidence of urinary stones dates back to 4800 B.C., when a bladder stone was discovered in an Egyptian mummy at E1 Amrah Egypt. Information about urinary stone disease can also...Read More

Posted on : Sunday, July 19, 2009 12:00 AM
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Sirs, I'm Selvaraju,from Tamilnadu,a male, aged 53. Past one yearly,smallest size of yellow colour stones are come out from my bladder when the end of urine release on morning and night before bed regular days. At that time no pain, no irritation. Please, kindly suggest me the proper advise. Thanks a lot.
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