The formation of kidney stones at an early stage does not show symptoms. However, even a slightest movement of the kidney stones can paralyze a person and cause intense pain that is often compared to the pain that women experience during childbirth.
Here are seven most obvious signs that you may have kidney stones:
Severe pain in the back and lower abdomen
The pain begins suddenly when the stone moves in the urinary area. The pain attack can last for a longer period or appear occasionally.
Pelvic pain accompanied by fatigue
A person may feel fever or extreme cold.
Lack of energy
A drastic reduction of energy may appear, even to the extent that the person cannot even walk.
Blood in the urine
Extremely orange color of the urine and severe pain in the kidney area may be symptoms of kidney stones.
Unpleasant smell of the urine
If it is mixed with traces of blood, these are definitely symptoms of kidney stones.
The occurrence of kidney stones may be accompanied by severe nausea and vomiting.
Itching during urination
The frequent need to urinate, which can be accompanied by itching, is one of the main symptoms of kidney stones.