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March is National Kidney Month and March 13 is World Kidney Day. In honor of these observances, it’s a good time to review the basics about kidney health, including kidney stones. According to the National Kidney Foundation:
Kidney stones form when certain chemicals become concentrated in the urine and form crystals. The crystals grow into larger masses (stones), which can get into the urinary tract. If a stone gets stuck and blocks the flow of urine, it causes pain.
You can reduce the risk of kidney stones by:
Consult with your doctor for resources to meet your specific needs and help you develop a plan that reduces your risk of kidney stones.
The Urology Group offers lithotripsy treatment for kidney stones.
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