Kidney Stone Treatment
- Q When should a kidney stone be treated?
Dr. Arthur Crowley, UrologyKidney stones should be treated when: Pain is not readily or easily controlled with oral medications. Associated symptoms are present (for example, nausea, vomiting). Fever or infection is present or suspected (can be life threatening). Involved patient... Full Answer
- Q How much vitamin D is ok to take if I have kidney stones?
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, Integrative MedicineVitamin D helps to maintain calcium levels along with having over 200 other important functions. In fact, vitamin D deficiency is estimated to cause 85,000 excess cancer deaths a year in the U.S., as well as increasing the risk of diabetes,... Full Answer