A kidney stone or stones are indicated by back or side discomfort, blood in the urine, and nausea or vomiting in addition to the pain. Although kidney stones typically range in size from a chickpea to a golf ball, they can also be as little as a grain of sand. While smaller stones can pass through your urinary tract, bigger ones may require surgery. An irregularly formed solid mass or crystal, such as a kidney stone, can range in size from a grain of sand to a golf ball. You might not even be aware that you have a kidney stone (or stones), depending on their size. Even little stones can be excruciatingly painful. The tube that carries urine from your kidneys down to your bladder, known as your ureter, might get blocked by a huge kidney stone. The stone may then start bleeding and prevent urine from leaving your body. For a stone that can't pass on its own, surgery could be necessary. According to research, almost one in ten people will have kidney stones at some point in their lives. Kidney stones are far less prevalent in children than in adults, but they nevertheless happen for the same reasons. Children with asthma are four times more likely than children without asthma to experience them.


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