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What causes kidney stones?

What causes kidney stones?

Before we get to the issue of the causing of the Kidney stones we should know what kidney stones actually are. They are the compounds of Calcium Oxalate that get deposited in the inner lining of the kidneys due to the presence of the dissolved minerals. The size of the kidney stones can grow to the size of a golf ball still maintaining the crystalline structure. But it is not the usual mostly they are present in a smaller dimension than the above said one. In some situations they are small enough to pass unnoticed through the urinary tract without hindering the urine flow.

While dealing with the kidney stones is simple and needs no type of sophisticated approach, its detection on time is a must. Here we are going to tell you all about the major reasons of kidney formation.

The first and the most primary reason is the lack of water in the body. The deficiency of water in the body leads to the failure of the dilution process of uric acid. This uric acid is present in the urine and its increased acidity causes fall in the pH level of the kidneys. In turn this situation catalysis the chances of stone formation in kidneys.

Other medical conditions like the renal tubular acidosis, Hypercalciuria , hyperparathyroidism, Gout, medullary sponge kidney and Diabetes can elevate the chances of stone formation. Diet habits of  people are also making them prone to kidney stones. This medical condition is easy to cure but why to get in any kind of complication when it can be avoided.

Prevent any chances of kidney stones by following the simple rule of continuous 8 to 10 glasses of water consumption and a well maintained diet plan.

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