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Bladder stones formed when the minerals in the urine Concentrate and crystallize.

This problem usually occurs when a person is unable to empty their bladder completely.

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Bladder stones formed when the minerals in the urine Concentrate and crystallize.

This problem usually occurs when a person is unable to empty their bladder completely.

Small bladder stones usually come out of the body without
treatment, but sometimes bladder stones require medication or
even surgery.

If bladder stones remain untreated, the stones can lead to
infection and other problems.

What are the cures to treat bladder stones?

Drinking plenty of water causes the smaller stones to come out of
the body naturally.

However, because most of the time a lot of water may not be
enough to remove bladder stones naturally, bladder stones are
removed by other methods such as the following:

Breaking the stone and turning it into small pieces by inserting –
a laser-equipped tube with the camera.

Bladder surgery in cases where the bladder stone is large
with the opening of the urethra or prostate tube.

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In terms of the price of health services, Healtha aims to offer the most competitive prices with other countries so that the price of Healtha services is much lower than the price of similar services around the world.

EIP

Treatment

$ 2375 - 2930

VIP

Treatment + 3 Star Hotel

$ 2458 - 3013

CIP

Treatment + 5 Star Hotel

$ 2525 - 3080

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

What are Symptoms of bladder stones?

Sometimes bladder stones — even large ones — cause no problems. But if a stone irritates the bladder wall or blocks the flow of urine, signs and symptoms may include:

Lower abdominal pain

Pain during urination

Frequent urination

Difficulty urinating or interrupted urine flow

Blood in the urine

Cloudy or abnormally dark-colored urine

What cause the bladder stone?

Bladder stones can develop when your bladder doesn’t empty completely. This causes urine to become concentrated urine, and then it may crystallize and form stones.

What are Risk factors of bladder stones?

Men, especially those over 50, are more likely to have bladder stones.

Conditions that can raise the risk of bladder stones include:

An obstruction. Any condition that blocks the flow of urine from your bladder to the urethra — the tube that carries urine out of your body — can lead to bladder stone formation. There are a number of causes, but the most common is an enlarged prostate.

Nerve damage. Stroke, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, a herniated disk and a number of other problems can damage nerves that control bladder function.

How can treat the bladder stones?

Breaking the stones into pieces: This is a procedure called cystolitholapaxy. Your doctor first does a cystoscopy to find the stones. Then, they use ultrasound, laser, or some other tool through the cystoscope to break up the stones and flush out the tiny pieces.

Surgery: If the stones are too large to break up, you may need to have surgery to open your bladder and remove them.

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