You had finally resolved kidney stone problems, lucky you. After a certain period of different treatments, doctor’s advice and therapies, the experience of daily pain, fear, confusion, your body finally have found the best treatment, accepted cure and give you back extraordinary feeling of being healthy. Having a sense of release, gratitude, with a smile on your face and excitement of coming back in your common life roles. The experience that healthy people mostly do not recognize in their daily routine.
What is not visible on the first site, are the psychological consequences of long or hard body illness, which stays in your life experience. After such intense experience, it is not unusual if pop –up the question as; could stones come back? This question activates fear in your mind and body, but if you won the battle with kidney stones, fear is a piece of cake for you.
Remember of all doctor prescriptions that you got for kidney health, and make them implemented completely. Firstly, a long list of foods and fluids that are recommended to eat and drink and those who should be avoided completely. To feel calmer, be sure that recommendations are based on doctor experience and tools who predict possibilities of getting new kidney stones. This tool is a questioner about health, developed by Dr. Andrew Rule, proven, based on 700 kidney stone patients who have experience of kidney stone came back.
Kidney stone prevention
On the other side, research of kidney stone prevention, reviewed among cured patients, that proper diet intake significantly reduced recurrence risk of 95% success (with proper therapy), against first 50% chance over in a period of 5 years, which is 10% of possibility for the year. Statistic figures are related mostly to persons between ages 35 and 50 when it is the most common kidney stone formation period.
“Another possible reason for feeling fear and worry is experiencing pain, a few weeks after passing a kidney stone. New pain naturally wakes suspicions of new stones, but doctors claim that it is not usual to feel intensive residual discomfort after passing a stone. This pain mostly results in inflammation or swelling of the kidney or ureter area and it will be resolved naturally in a short time or some other issues that need professional urology opinion. The possibility of missed stones on CT scan is rare because the process is highly accurate.”