Although there are no signs present before kidney stones begin to travel through the urinary tract, the earliest signs include sharp pain under the ribs or on one side of the back, says WebMD. Other early signs include a... More »

According to WebMD, when kidney stones produce symptoms they include recurring severe pains in the back, stomach, side or groin, pain while urinating, general discomfort while seated, nausea, fever, frequent urination, a... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, symptoms of kidney stones include frequent urination; side and back pain that moves to the lower abdomen and groin and that may come in waves; urine that may be cloudy and smells bad and/or is b... More »

Physical symptoms of kidney stones include lower body pain, nausea and a frequent sensation of having to urinate, according to WebMD. People with kidney stones can also feel pain while urinating and experience fever and ... More »

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Taking herbs can help with kidney stones by relieving pain and strengthening the urinary tract over time, but doctors must treat the condition with traditional medical procedures, according to the University of Maryland ... More »

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According to WebMD, when kidney stones produce symptoms they include recurring severe pains in the back, stomach, side or groin, pain while urinating, general discomfort while seated, nausea, fever, frequent urination, a... More »

Patients with kidney stones usually require plenty of water and appropriate pain medication to pass the painful objects through the urinary tract, and some people require surgery in extreme cases, according to the Mayo C... More »

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