PREVENT KIDNEY STONES
Tips To Prevent Kidney Stones
Preventing kidney stones requires a tailored approach. Measures which may be appropriate for one person may not necessarily be appropriate for someone else.
While it is possible, in many cases, to prevent kidney stones there are some groups of people who may find it extremely difficult to entirely prevent the formation of kidney stones.
In particular, people with inherited genetic disorders, which increase their risk of developing kidney stones, find it much more difficult to completely avoid kidney stones formation. They can, however, take steps to avoid exacerbating their risk of developing kidney stones.
Outlined below are some general recommendations for preventing kidney stones. It should be noted, however, that these are just general guidelines. Anyone affected by persistent recurring kidney stones and who wishes to develop a prevention plan should consult a competent healthcare professional.
Some Things That Can Be Done To Help Prevent Kidney Stones
Persons with a history of kidney stones or who have relatives with this condition should seek professional medical help, to determine how best to prevent kidney stones. In addition to some of the measures outlined above, a doctor may prescribe other specific measures to maximize the chances of preventing kidney stones. Factors such as one's hereditary disposition, the type of kidney stones to which one is susceptible and other personal medical issues are likely to be taken into consideration.
The single most important thing that can be done to prevent kidney stones, however, is to drink adequate amounts of fluids (especially water) on a daily basis.