What are the early signs of an infected kidney stone?

According to Borna; Hassan Argani, a specialist in kidney and nephrology patients, referring to the common methods in preventing kidney stones, said: “By consuming a lot of water and fluids and consuming low salt and animal proteins, kidney stones can be prevented.”

He added: “Those who are prone to kidney stones are advised to consume at least 10 glasses of water daily, and those who are not prone to drink only water to quench their thirst.”

The expert on kidney patients and adult nephrology emphasized: consuming a lot of water will not cause a problem in those who have good creatinine and do not have kidney dysfunction.

“Kidney disease is usually silent,” he said. “Usually, the kidneys do not have progressive pain and burning, and they usually see a doctor when the disease progresses in people.” Doctors perform the necessary symptoms such as high blood pressure, inflammation and diabetes and the necessary examinations and tests.

“Kidney fibrosis is diagnosed by pathology and cannot be detected by routine examinations,” he said.

He said about the symptoms of infectious kidney stones in the body: fever and chills, burning, bad smell, frequency and discoloration of urine, burning and pain in the kidneys are the symptoms of infection caused by kidney stones.

The specialist in kidney patients and adult nephrology emphasized at the end of this conversation: The best thing to do is to prevent kidney stones. We must be careful to prevent kidney stones from getting bigger and creating new stones. A healthy diet and the use of medications recommended by your doctor can prevent kidney stones from growing or developing new stones. Stress is also destructive, but its role in enlarging kidney stones is still unknown.