Signs and Symptoms of Kidney Stones
The earlier symptoms of Kidney Stones does not appear early but after some times, it show some sign and symptoms through which physicians be able to diagnose at prime facie.
If the stone is smaller and does not trapped in kidney or urinary tract, it shows no symptoms but if the stone is small to medium or bigger, it reflects several signs and symptoms according to its size and place of deposition. The first sign of kidney stone is severe pain in the back that begins from the left or right side of the backbone and goes down to the groin area. A person feels a sharp, cramping pain in the back and side in the area of the kidney or in the lower abdomen. Sometimes nausea and vomiting occur.
If the stone is large enough to not to pass easily, or even small stone trapped in the veins or vessels can cause continuous severe pain in the wall of the narrow ureter, lower abdomen, back and groin. Several times, the blood releases at the time of urination. A kidney stone patient whose stone is trapped closed to bladder feels the need to urinate more often or feel a burning sensation during urination.
If the symptoms of fever and chills mixed with the above symptoms, it indicates an emergency and the patient should rush to the doctor immediately.