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Bladder stones are hard lumps of crystallized minerals that form when concentrated urine, less water, and more waste products, is left in the bladder after urination. The symptoms of bladder stones are frequent urination and inability to control it, lower abdominal pain, burning sensation while urinating, blood in urine, etc.
HOW IS BLADDER STONES DIAGNOSED?
The diagnosis of bladder stone includes urinalysis, ultrasonography, x rays or cystoscopy conducted by a urologist
HOW IS BLADDER STONES TREATED?
Urologists may perform cystolitholapaxy by using laser, mechanical or ultrasound devices to break bladder stones. Surgery may be required if the stones do not breakdown.
DID YOU KNOW?
Bladder stones at old age are common and treatment through alternate medicine is preferred over surgery