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All About Kidney Stones (Infographic)

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All About Kidney Stones (Infographic)

Sometimes a kidney stone might be present for several years. It may pass through without causing much pain, however, few symptoms can occur. A person who has gone through the pain of passing a kidney stone may want to take precautionary steps. This common urinary tract disorder can be caused by consuming different types of foods. Therefore, it is important to consult a kidney specialist doctor before you eliminate food items from your diet. You can also reduce the risk of causing kidney stones by increasing your intake of citrus fruits like oranges, and lemons. Get a complete evaluation done to know what is leading to the formation of kidney stones.