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Kidney Stone

kidney stone treatment

What is Kidney Stone?

Kidney stones, also known as renal calculi, are solid masses composed of crystals. Kidney stones are often formed in the kidneys. They can, however, appear anywhere throughout your urinary system, which is made up of four major segments namely, kidneys, ureters, bladder, and the urethra.

Kidney stones are one of the more agonizing medical diseases and conditions, with the root causes varying in direct proportion to the type of stone formation.


Kidney stones are known to cause excruciating agony. Symptoms of kidney stones may not appear until the stone has made its way down the ureters. This excruciating pain is known as renal colic. You may be experiencing discomfort on one side of your back or abdomen.

Pain may radiate to the groin area in males. Renal colic pain comes and goes, but it can be excruciating. Restlessness is common in those suffering from renal colic. Other signs of kidney stones include:

  • Urine with blood in it (red, pink, or brown urine)

  • Vomiting

  • Nausea

  • Urine that is discolored or smells bad

  • Chills and Fever


Diagnosis may include a urine test, blood test, x-ray, and/or CT scan. The treatment depends upon the size of the stones, i.e. in the case of smaller stones, the suggested course of action usually includes plenty of fluids accompanied by medication. In case of more serious cases or blogger stones, the best kidney stone treatment in Gurugram often includes surgery alongside fluids and medication to aid recovery. Rest assured, our experienced staff at B9 Care, prioritizes the comfort, accessibility to treatments, and health of our valued patients. We offer advanced laser and laparoscopic surgical treatment.

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