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YOUR KIDNEY STONE AT BE WELL

Hit hard by Kidney Stones? Get the most advanced kidney stone laser removal treatment at Be Well

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Painless
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SYMPTOMS

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Pain while
urinating
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Sharp pain
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discomfort
Nausea and
vomiting
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Fever
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Foul smelling
urine

OVERVIEW

Kidneys remove waste and fluid from your blood to make urine. Sometimes when you have too much of certain waste and not enough fluid in your blood, these wastes can build up and stick together in your kidneys. These clumps of waste are called kidney stones. Anyone is susceptible to kidney stones but men are more likely to have kidney stones than women.

  • You’ve had a kidney stone before
  • Someone in your family had a kidney stone
  • You don’t drink enough water
  • You follow a protein, sodium, and/or sugar high diet.
  • You have had gastric bypass surgery or other intestinal surgery
  • You have polycystic kidney disease
  • You have a certain condition that causes your urine to have high levels of cystine, oxalate, uric acid, or calcium.
  • You have a condition that causes swelling or irritation in your bowel or your joints
  • You take certain medicines such as diuretics (water-based pills) or calcium-based antacids.

Shockwave Lithotripsy:

In this method, shock waves are used or break down the kidney stones into smaller pieces which then pass off through urine. Lithotripsy takes about 45 minutes to an hour to perform.

Ureteroscopy:

Ureteroscopy is an examination of the upper urinary tract, usually performed with a ureteroscope that is passed through the urethra and the bladder, and then directly into the ureter. This procedure is done under regional anesthesia (g4). The doctor uses a long tool shaped like a tube to find and break the stones.

Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy:

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is used most often for larger stones. In this procedure, the doctor will insert a tube directly into the kidney to remove the stone. The recovery period is 2-3 days.

WHY BE WELL?

  • We have brought our entire multidisciplinary team of experts together to provide advanced treatment for you

  • We have highly qualified and experienced doctors team

  • We are screening, masking, and using advanced sterilization procedures to keep you safe when you enter.

  • Be Well offers you Afforadable and Accessible Price for all

Frequently Asked Questions

It usually takes a day or two.

Usually more than 6mm

It causes obstraction to the urine flow when make the kidney to swell up and get infected.

Any stone which is not removed.

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