One in every 20 individual suffers from kidney problems. Kidney stone symptoms involve swelling of the bladder, pain when passing urine and urinary infection. Most kidney stones don't require invasive treatment as they are small and with proper medication, they can easily pass out and dissolve. In a noninvasive process, a Kidney Stones Treatment involves drinking lots of water and pain relievers to ease out the pain. However, larger kidney stones that are unable to pass out by passive measures can only be dissolved by more extensive treatment. Using sound waves to remove the stone, using surgery to remove very large stones, using a scope for the removal, are some of the methods by which a kidney stone can be removed. The urologist will base the treatment depending on an individual's body condition. There are also some home remedies that can be followed as suggested by the urologist. These include drinking plenty of water, Changes to the diet by including low salt food and continuing to eat calcium-rich foods. Though they are not by any means foolproof but they certainly curtail the chance of getting a kidney stone. Calcium stones are the common types of stones, hence calcium tablets over a period of time can also help in reducing the chances of a kidney stone.