Kidney Stone Removal Report – A Review

by Sally on November 11, 2010

Hi all!

Thank you for your interest in the “Kidney Stone Removal Report.” I’ve read your emails with your queries on my opinion if this popular product really works.  Can you free yourself of your stones efficiently with nary a trace of pain? Can you actually do away with those stones within 24 hours?   So ok guys, here is my review and decide for yourself. By the way, for a more detailed information, click here to visit the official website

The report claims that you can clear your kidneys with those painful stones within 24 hours and this is for both sexes. Some people have told me that they were able to do this in as short as 5-6 hours. But, it can take as much as 3-4 days depending on type of your kidney stone.

A health researcher, Joe Barton, put together this home remedy for kidney stones. A step by step instruction on how to melt those The Kidney Stone Removal Reportkidney stones is described in “The Kidney Stone Removal Report.’”  He can help you have those renal stones removed naturally you won’t worry about going under the knife. Apart from helping people with stubborn kidney stones, Mr. Barton is also knowledgeable with other natural home remedies to treat other health conditions.

Just like you, I was also worried about my kidney stones and its dreaded consequences. So, since I trust this health researcher in his mission to help people with this condition, I purchased his kidney stone report. The instructions are well written and easy to follow. He has excellently created a home remedy that is sure to help people suffering from kidney stones.

You might say that you’ve got a huge kidney stone and getting rid of it naturally is almost impossible.  The size of your kidney stone doesn’t really matter. The mechanism by which the home remedy works is to dissolve those multi-sized and multi-shaped kidney stones. So if you have a large one or even multiple kidney stones, they get dissolved first then gradually they would be tiny enough to pass through those kidney tubules then to your ureters and out of your urinary bladder through your urine. Sounds amazing? But it really is and because they become tiny their passage are painless.

The Ingredients

You’ll have to go to the grocery store to purchase those home remedy ingredients. It’s like buying your food. They’re not expensive. These ingredients aren’t spiked with caffeine or sugar and no other hidden ingredients. This means they’re safe for diabetics and hypertensive people.

The Technique

The first chapter gives you an overview of the remedy and what’s suitable for your condition. However, for other different types of stones the instructions will be discussed in the 3rd chapter.

The 2nd chapter is dedicated in answering your frequently asked questions about the remedy. But, if you’ve got more questions, I’ll get to that.

If your kidney stones are unusual, chapter 3 is for you. It offers 6 more remedies suited to your type of stone or stones.

Finally, the 4th and 5th chapters teach you prevention. This is important. You wouldn’t want those stones to be back right?

Now, Mr. Barton has a support system in place for more of your questions to be answered. Isn’t this great?

Some “Misinformation”

What I didn’t like about the report was the claim that your kidney stone can be passed out of your urinary tract within 24 hours. This isn’t true.  Some can pass their stones within this time frame but this depends upon the size and type of your stone. For some people this process takes a few days.  Remember that the ingredients have to soften and dissolve the contents of the stone. Moreover, the type of your stones will also determine its dissolution and eventual passage out of your urinary tract.

My Recommendation

For anyone suffering from kidney stones, I strongly recommend this home remedy. The cost is minimal with effective results. I’ve witnessed how this home remedy works. I’m just like anyone with those stones and utilized a like remedy to rid my kidney its second stone. My sister also employed this technique upon my recommendation and it worked. She got rid of her stone in 8 hours.

However, if for some reason this isn’t helpful for you to rid your stones, Mr. Barton can refund your money back. There is a 2 month money back guarantee.

And, if you’d like other products reviewed I’ll be willing to help you. Just send me an email. If you decide to try this, I’d appreciate your honest feedback. Thank you.

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Kidney Stone Formation in Women

by Sally on March 14, 2014

Kidney stones are rather common among American women. Recent data suggest that about 10% of American women are affected by kidney stones. A kidney stone is a rock hard mass that develops from different salt crystals that are excreted in the urine. In normal women, urine contains chemicals that prevent the formations of stones, so how do kidney stones form and how can they cause symptoms?

The main function of the human kidney is excretion of water and salts that exceed the body requirements. When the concentration of certain salts increases markedly, they become no longer soluble and remain in their crystalline non-soluble form. It is just like when you try to dissolve a large amount of salt in a glass of water. After the water is saturated with salt, you can’t dissolve more salt and it will precipitate at the bottom of the glass. The crystals of calcium, uric acid and oxalate salts comprise the main building blocks of kidney stones. Other rather less common salt crystals that can lead to kidney stone formation include ammonium, cystine and xanthine. What can cause the increased concentration of salt crystals in urine leading to kidney stones?

While most of the salts that accumulate in the body leading to renal stones are present in many foods, some scientists don’t believe that eating certain foods can lead to kidney stone formation. The cause why certain women can develop kidney stones and others can’t is still not clear. However, it is widely agreed that it is related to certain genes as a large percentage of women with kidney stones have a strong family history. Some researchers believe that some individuals secrete low levels of chemical inhibitors which prevent super-saturation of urine with certain salt crystals that can lead to formation of stones.

Infections of the kidneys and other parts of the urinary tract are common causes of stone formation in women. The incidence of urinary tract infections is more common in women as compared to men. This explains the higher incidence of infection related kidney stones among women. Infection leads to high levels of calcium phosphate crystals in urine which precipitate leading to stone formation.

Kidney stones are rarely caused by some uncommon metabolic disorders. Hyperoxaluria and cystinuria are rare metabolic disorders that are often complicated by kidney stone formation. In women with cystinuria, a large amount of the amino acid cystine, which is non-soluble in urine, is excreted in urine leading to cystine stones. Hyperoxaluria is a disorder that is characterized by accumulation of oxalate salts in the blood and urine of affected women leading to the formation of oxalate kidney stones.

Kidney stones can be formed in numerous clinical disorders such as huperuricemia, which is marked by increased levels of uric acid, gout, excess administration of vitamin D and the excessive use of certain diuretics.

So, who can you prevent the development of kidney stones? Drinking a lot of water is proven to decrease the incidence of kidney stone formation. Doing regular routine urine examinations can help detect accumulating salt crystals which can be an early sign of kidney stones.

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Kidney Stones Symptoms for Women

by Sally on November 10, 2010

Kidney stones or nephrolithiasis is considered one of the most common diseases affecting American women and statistics denote that renal stones in women burden tax payers with an estimated amount of 2 billion dollars per year. Early detection of these stones can markedly lessen or even reverse the complications that can affect the kidneys of affected individuals.

Generally speaking, kidney stones occur more frequently in men as compared to women. However, kidney stones which develop in response to infectious agents affecting the kidneys and other parts of the urinary tract are more common in women.

Detection of kidney stones in women can sometimes be rather problematic. The reason for this is that a large proportion of women experience abdominal pain related to their menstruation which, in many cases, can mask the pain or “colic” caused by the occurrence of kidney stones.

The most common manifestation of kidney stones is loin pain which is known as renal colic. The pain usually occurs in paroxysms starting in the loin and sometimes radiates to the front of the abdomen. Renal colic is considered one of the severest forms of pain an individual can experience in his/her whole life. Other symptoms of kidney stones include blood in urine, nausea, vomiting and complete obstruction of the flow of urine (retention of urine). However, these symptoms can also be caused by a considerable number of medical disorders; thus, whenever you complain of any of these symptoms, you should consult your doctor to rule out the presence of kidney stones.

Stones usually form in the kidneys but can travel down the urinary tract and can sometimes be expelled out of the body with the passage of urine. Passing a stone is usually accompanied by burning pain and blood in urine. It is always advised not to throw stones passed in urine as laboratory examination of them can help in diagnosis and treatment.

So, how can your physician detect the presence of kidney stones? It is almost impossible for your doctor to detect the presence of kidney stones by clinical examination alone. When suspicious, your physician might order urine analysis, X-ray and/or ultrasonographic examination. Renal stones are usually caused by increased concentrations of salt crystals that are normally excreted in urine. The increased concentration of these crystals can be easily detected during routine urine examination. Some kidney stones can be detected by means of simple X-ray films. However, an abdominal X-ray of a woman with kidney stones often appears normal. Ultrasonography is an important tool in the detection of renal stones in women. Moreover, an ultrasound abdominal examination can predict the effects of stones on the function of the kidney.  X-ray films of the kidneys after intravenous dye injection (IVP) is very useful in detection of most of the stones originating in the kidneys.

Urinary stones usually develop in women between the ages of 20 and 50 years old. If a woman has more than one stone, she is more likely to complain in her second or third decade of her life. If you suspect having kidney stones, it is recommended to contact your physician as soon as possible to early detect and initiate management; thus, minimizing any affection of the functions of your kidneys.

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Treatment of Kidney Stones in Women

by Sally on November 10, 2010

Early treatment of kidney stones in women is crucial to prevent damage of the kidneys and deterioration of the renal functions. The lines of treatment include pharmaceutical agents, surgical therapy and lifestyle changes.

Diet modification is the first management step in almost every woman with kidney stones. Every woman with kidney stones should increase her fluid intake to increase her 24 hour urinary output. In most cases, drinking of about 2-3 liters of water can increase the urinary output to a reasonable level. Not only increasing the daily fluid intake can prevent the formation of more stones, but it can also help expel already formed stones along with the voided urine. In the past, most physicians used to recommend decreasing the consumption of foods with high levels of calcium salts. However, this has lately proven to be a wrong strategy as excessive dietetic calcium restriction can increase the incidence of calcium oxalate stone formation. Women with proven oxalate kidney stones are usually advised to limit the consumption of oxalate containing foods such as spinach, rhubarb, chocolate and beets.

Pharmaceutical agents are used to treat kidney stones. Analgesics are used to treat the pain that usually accompanies movement of the stones down the urinary tract from the kidneys. Renal colic from stones is considered one of the severest types of pain a woman can encounter in her whole life. Strong analgesics, such as morphine, are usually administered when the pain is so intense. Allopurinol is a drug that decreases the production of uric acid and is very useful in women with uric acid stones.

Surgical treatment is the mainstay of treatment of kidney stones in women who develop severe pain, obstruction and/or infection. Most cases that are indicated to receive surgical management for their stones are usually treated with noninvasive techniques, while conventional surgical stone removal is nowadays limited to a small percentage of atypical cases. Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy or ESWL is usually the best line of treatment for women with stones less than 2 cm in diameter. The technique involves production of electromagnetic or electrohydraulic waves which are focused on the stones leading to fragmentation, thus facilitating their expulsion with the voided urine.

Endoscope guided surgical removal of the stones is one of the most commonly used minimally invasive procedures to treat kidney stones in women. An endoscope that is introduced into the lower urinary tract is used to facilitate removal of the stones under direct vision. The procedure is highly effective in removal of the stones when used by skilled medical personnel.

Although open surgical techniques are seldom used to treat renal stones, they are sometimes the sole line of management. Removal of the stones from the kidney is achieved through a skin incision. This technique is often used after failure of ESWL and/or endoscopic minimally invasive techniques.

The lines of treatment for kidney stones in women are numerous. When early detection and treatment are implemented, the outcome of renal stones in women is almost always favorable. Careful clinical and laboratory investigation of every case is the cornerstone of picking up the right treatment plan that should eradicate kidney stones in women.

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Kidney Stone Prevention in Women

by Sally on November 10, 2010

Kidney stones affect about 10% of American women. Although kidney stones are more common in men as compared to women, difficult detection of these stones in women accounts for the significant renal damage that can occur when the case is diagnosed lately. So, how can you prevent the occurrence of renal stones?

The cause of renal stones is not always clear in most cases. Most often, there is an imbalance between the water and salt component of the excreted urine. In other words, the kidneys excrete a large amount of certain salts that saturate the urine and become no longer soluble and they precipitate leading to kidney stone formation. Accordingly, increasing the amount of water and decreasing the concentration of salts in the excreted urine decreases the incidence of kidney stone formation. Drinking a large amount of liquids, especially water, is one of the best preventive measures to prevent the occurrence of renal stones. Water dilutes salts excreted in urine and prevents their precipitation forming stones.  Moreover, drinking water can help treat kidney stones after they have been already formed. Most renal stones can be excreted with the urine through the urinary tract by drinking plenty of water (2 to 4 quarts a day).

Women who are liable to develop oxalate kidney stones are often advised to limit or even stop eating certain foods that are known to contain an excess amount of oxalate salts. Foods with high levels of oxalate include spinach, beets, rhubarb, peanuts, wheat germ, sweet potatoes, peanuts and chocolate. These foods should better be avoided in women with proven kidney oxalate stones.

Women who develop calcium kidney stones were advised to decrease the consumption of dairy products in the past. However, this has been recently proven to be wrong as recent researches have concluded that foods that contain high levels of calcium salts, especially dairy products, can actually prevent the formation of kidney stones. On the other hand, consumption of therapeutic calcium pills can increase the incidence of formation of calcium stones in susceptible women.

Increased urine acidity can increase the incidence of formation of certain kidney stones. Women with high urine acidity are advised to decrease the consumption of fish, meat and poultry because they produce a large amount of uric acid which can precipitate leading to kidney stones.

A woman who has one kidney stone is highly susceptible to develop another. Hence, early detection is crucial to prevent the formation of multiple kidney stones. If you pass a stone, you should contact your physician as soon as possible. Urine analysis is pivotal to determine which salts are accumulating to form stones. Total 24 hour analysis of urine is very accurate in determining the levels of calcium, sodium, oxalate, uric acid, citrate and phosphate. Early detection of salts with high concentrations in 24 hour urinary collections is a key factor in the prevention of formation of multiple kidney stones.

Although kidney stones are rather common in women, early detection and adopting these preventive strategies can help decrease the formation of multiple stones and protect damage to the kidneys.

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