I have an extensive history of kidney stones which all include many trips to the ER, uroligist, drs appts, labs, prescriptions meds, and the laser surgery to break them down. However, this time around I have now have a child so I dont have the free time to do all these appts and things so I wanted to know how to pass the stone at home relatively quickly. I know, and do the obvious, dietary changes, drinking tons of water (gallons a day actually) lemon juice, cranberry juice, apple cider vinegar, and regular old pain relievers and its not totally working. Its not AS painful as they have been in the past but still enough to want to do something. I read all kinds of weird stories online and wondered if you have had any experiences with this that worked, or even that didnt work so I dont try that.
Answer by 2autisticsmom at 9:17 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
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