Kidney stones genetic predisposition

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Avatar f tn There are other types as well ( cystine, struvite , uric) Kidney stones may hold a genetic predisposition. In your case, the presence of kidney formers in the family may explain the onset of kidney stones at an earlier age. It is best to open lines of communication with your physicians. At this point, you may discuss on whether a referral to a pain management specialist may help.Continue following physician's advice regarding diet, fluid intake and exercise.
Avatar f tn They can be caused by any type of thing that blocks the flow of urine in the urinary tract which can be in your urethra, bladder or kidney. Kidney stones, for example. Kidney disease. Anatomy that is unusually shaped. You could have a genetic predisposition. Men should also have their prostate checked if they have chronic UTI's as that is a common cause of this recurrence. Not sure why anyone would opt to not treat a UTI since they are uncomfortable.
Avatar n tn Tomatoes and spinach have higher amounts of oxalates and can increase the risk of developing kidney stones. Kidney stones can become serious if not treated adequately at the right time, as they can cause obstruction to urine outflow resulting in kidney damage, injury to the ureters resulting in blood in urine and frequent infections. Do keep us posted on your doubts and progress.
Avatar n tn Hi, Some individuals have a genetic predisposition to develop kidney stones. However, there are a lot of factors that contribute to the formation of kidney stones and these are of significant importance even in the absence of a genetic risk. Pain in the testicles, left flank or back, and the urethra can be due to local and referred pain from the passing of a kidney stone. A UTI can also cause this type of pain, as can prostatitis.
Avatar n tn If you have a strong family history of kidney stones and given the right genetic predisposition, increase intake of food high in calcium may incease the risk for calcium stone development in the urinary tract. So just take everything in moderation. Take plenty of water everyday and engage in mild to moderate exercises daily to improve circulation.Improved circulation facilitates excretion of wastes from the body.
Avatar f tn I also have 3 family members with MSK which would tend to add weight to the theory of a genetic predisposition. They are all well managed and have had the benefit of early diagnosis like your son.
113538 tn?1207625032 Male, 36 typically very healthy except Kidney Stones: I have been having (week to 10 days) mild to severe abdominal pains, nausea, etc. so I went in and they took blood and urine- My doc. found out my AST level was 55 so he ordered the ultrasound- it was on Tues. and I cannot get ahold of anybody but I still feel lousy. I get dizzy, have no appetite and when I do eat I am immediately feeling full.
Avatar f tn i too am sorry about what you went thru and am a little surprised at the meds they gave you and for some reason something is just not fitting here.
Avatar f tn Have an abdominal ultrasound performed on your dog to have her kidneys evaluated, and to determine if there are stones in her bladder that cannot be visualized on an X-Ray. Pyelonephritis (kidney infection) can appear as a urinary tract infection and can resolve with a very long course of antibiotics (2 or more months). ******************************************* you can read the rest of the post by searching in the pet forum for uti and the post is under "persistent uti".
Avatar f tn I didn't have any digestive problems though. Maybe it's just kidney stones? So yeah, I was absolutely fine from August until the middle of December. I was zipping about and enjoying life, really appreciating health! Then in December I got the flu and it was normal flu for a week, then the flu symptoms subsided but the above symptoms started up again. Except no urine infection. I stayed in bed for 2 weeks and felt fine, so I went back to work after christmas and collapsed.
Avatar f tn However, you will need to be very careful not to get addicted again, since you know that you have that predisposition, which is likely genetic. Good luck to you.
Avatar n tn //bacteriality.com/2007/10/31/family/ --- Bacteria vs. genetic predisposition: the spread of chronic disease in families http://bacteriality.com/2008/07/31/hpv/ --- HPV found in breast milk, clarifying yet another way in which pathogens likely spread from parent to child http://bacteriality.
Avatar n tn Like treated foods, pollution, stress, and genetic predisposition. I doubt coral calcium will help with my gastroparesis but I had to see if it could help with other stuff. That's my two pesos worth.
Avatar m tn Now I am 40 and for the past 10 years I have still been having all of the above problems plus I have had Kidney Stones, they now say I have Hypothyroidism, High Blood Pressure, Osteo-arthritis, really bad joint pain, muscle cramps, tingling in my extremities, bad fatigue, sleep problems, seizures that they can never seem to find a reason for, edema, I have become lactose intolerant, and I was diagnosed with foliculitis but, I also have a rash on my hands and legs and buttocks that is not consis
1035252 tn?1427231433 They obviously know I take pain meds when the kidney stones or cysts flare up but they really don't know how I deal witht he back and head pain, so if I went to a PM clinic I wouldn't really have to worry about it... but still...I just...I'm so young.It's so depressing to consider having to switch to a PM clinic for what could be the rest of my life. I'm scared :-( dggrrl:: omg that's pretty much what happened to me, except my script was written 2x when he TOLD ME 3x.
Avatar n tn Monday 27th of July i was told I have a complex mass that needs removing asap, but because they don't know what the mass is stuck too, they said the mass could be stuck to the bowel but they are not sure. I have kidney problems as well as the mass caused my kidney on the right side to block, I have a a stent in at the moment and now I'm waiting for the operation which won't be until September / October time they said they might open me up and they might not be able to remove it.
Avatar n tn She is obliged to take antibiotics everyday due to chronic kidney lithiasis and antalgics for headache or kidney stones. Fibromyalgia is not the dominant symptom, but her arterial pressure dropped to 7-8 with txt and never came back, fainting is recurent, exhaustion is daily present, brain fog, and sometimes she experiences breathing apnea and giddiness. But she is extraordinary and has a steel mind, even if we take life day by day.