Health Tip: Symptoms That May Indicate Kidney
(HealthDay News) -- When certain substances in the urine
crystallize to form a solid mass in the kidney or ureter, a kidney
stone is born.
The University of Maryland Medical Center says kidney stone
symptoms may include:
- Severe pain that comes on quickly and may quickly disappear.
The pain often is confined to one side of the back, or the
- An unusual color to the urine.
- Blood that appears in the urine.
- Fever or chills.
- Vomiting or feeling nauseated.
- Soreness in the back or belly when touched.
- Pain in the groin or testicles.
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