The second most common reason for peeing blood is kidney stones. Most cases can be easily cured at home with a new natural herbal treatment that has been tested and approved at our U. Penn laboratories and is available here. Before deciding with the treatment method, you should read more below to understand the topic.
The minerals in pee often precipitate out, forming crystals on the walls of the bladder or kidneys. Over time, the crystals will turn into small and hard stones. The stones are usually painless, and you probably will not even know you have them, unless they are being passed or cause a blockage. Anyone can develop kidney stones but this is more a hereditary condition. Kidney stones can be dissolved with the herbal medication listed below.
The first symptom of kidney stones is severe pain, which begins when a stone moves in the urinary tract and blocks the flow of pee. A person would feel sharp, irregular, cramping pain in the back and side in the area of the kidney. Vomiting and nausea may sometimes occur. Later, pain may move to the groin area.
In cases where the stone is too big to pass easily, the muscles in the wall of the slimmer ureter will try to press the stone into the bladder. As the stone travels and the body tries to squeeze it out, blood will appear in the pee, making it pink. As the stone travels down through the ureter, a person may feel the urge to pee more often and a burning feeling while peeing. If fever occurs, an infection may be present.
To treat this condition, you must help the stone pass and get out of your body or dissolve it completely. Some of the very small stones can be cured by drinking a lot of water to help the stone push its way naturally and delay infections. Additionally, do NOT eat high oxalate foods such as:
- swiss chard
- wheat germ
- soybean crackers
- black Indian tea
- sweet potatoes
It should NEVER be your only remedy, because if kidney stones are not treated in time, they may build up and cause infections resulting in permanent bladder and kidney damage that can only be treated with a surgery.
For a better and more sustainable treatment, you are encouraged you to look into this Homeopathic Herbal Remedy, which provides instant pain relief and dissolves the stones:
This is a quick non-prescription natural method that has been reviewed and tested at our U. Penn labs to ensure quality. It works by smoothing out the sharp edges of the stone, allowing it to go through the ureter like a little ball through a straw. We discovered a 90% success rate within a day with this medication.
If the pain does not decrease within several days, you should go see a doctor and contact the Native Remedies for a refund. A urine test will determine the severity of the case and whether surgery will be require to clear it up. The infections can cause permanent kidney damage if not properly taken care of.
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Good luck and feel free to contact me or post a comment if you have any questions.