Documents
Resources
Learning Center
Upload
Plans & pricing Sign in
Sign Out

kidney-stones-how-can-u-pass-them

VIEWS: 3 PAGES: 1

									                                                                                                                General Health Care Ask

Kidney stones how can u pass them?

I have chronic lower back pain

Asked by Jessica at Aug 10,2011 10:55


Best answer

They're like having a penis baby.

Answer from yellowcurvedhead at Aug 10,2011 10:56

Your kidneys are up under your ribs. Back pain is caused by pinched nerves in your back. When they get pinched they tighten up muscles around them to trap
them in that pain. To get rid of back pains you have to free up your back muscles to release the nerves and here's how to free them up: Back: (do while sitting)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly pull
down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When
you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do
your right side. For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

Answer from Douglas B at Aug 10,2011 11:00

You see, there’s a secret, natural cure that could not only save you from the agony associated with kidney stones, but also the sky-rocketing cost of surgery. If
you already know what kidney stones are, Go here below:

http://bit.ly/mSLd0E You know the pain that kidney stones cause, but do you know exactly what they are and how they form? They’re little masses (though they
don’t feel very little) that form mainly when crystals of calcium clump together. Some are as small as the point of a needle and others can be the size of golf balls.
Just the thought of passing one of those would make anyone double over. Unfortunately, it’s not only calcium that causes these buggers. They can also form from
mineral deposits, proteins, and other material. The big problem with all this is that once you’ve had kidney stones, you may never be done with them. They could
keep coming at you, randomly, for the rest of your life. In fact, the older you get the higher the chance you have of getting them — for the first time or the 50th.
And you never know when they’ll strike. You may live your life wondering when it’ll be your time to get the golf ball. These stones also block the flow of urine,
allowing bacteria to form causing your kidneys to swell, which could lead to serious damage. Best of all, this remedy starts working immediately to break those
stones apart and deliver the relief you’ve been dreaming of. I'm telling you all this because I know how bad is that back pain. I used this and I feel so much better
in a matter of days, you can take a look for yourself: http://bit.ly/mSLd0E Hope you find this useful to you!

Answer from ken at Aug 10,2011 12:31

Kidney problems from diabetes? Avoid all sugar and eat less carbs. Get tested.

Most stones are calcium. vinegar dissolves calcium. try Italian salad dressing, pickled vegetables or eat citrus fruit.

Filter your drinking water.

Answer from tod m at Aug 11,2011 01:16


Related questions

» What is the minimum weight for donating blood? (2 answers)
» My Daughters Gallbladder Removal? (2 answers)
» do i have appendicitis ? (2 answers)
» Fourth toe on left foot still numb, swollen, and has a bunion. Podiatrist time? (1 answers)
» healing knee after 81/2 months got hurt on 11/5/10? (1 answers)
» Can a fever be caused by a infectoin in your cut in your arm AND can it make your skin feel hot? (4 answers)
» Right side abdominal pain. What is it? (2 answers)
» Why is it when I drink water after doing an activity, I feel like there's something in the back of my throat? (2 answers)
» would it hurt if you crashed into a wall? (3 answers)
» side ache after painting? (2 answers)



 File saved from http://careqs.appspot.com/kidney-stones-how-can-u-pass-them

								
To top