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or they smoke to much!

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  AnwarK95  |  1

Slow down on the soda, yeah. And a little less mcdonalds... :) good luck man!

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  litahosen  |  0

You can have a totally healthy diet and still get kidney stones. I've passed 4 or 5 in the past 3 years, plus had one removed. I don't smoke or drink much soda at all. It's partly because everything has added sodium in it these days and partly because my kidneys don't process uric acid right. Don't assume that just because someone has kidney stones, they don't eat healthy.

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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

Your diet isn't "totally healthy" if you're eating enough food with added sodium to become this huge of a problem. If you just cut out processed food you don't have to worry about sodium.

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  FarSide  |  22

@135: Obviously sir, you have never held your thumb tightly over your urethea when suddenly approaching climacteric apogee. (Cleaned up the language here because of all the young fuckers).

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  FarSide  |  22

@156: Yeah, but only once. Kidney stone may be painful, but there probably never has been a study on it. The worse parts, beside the pain, are the streaming tears, flowing sinuses, and the dripping, boiling earwax.

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  smileyxo4  |  5

I passed my first kidney stone when I was ten. They form from excessive intakes of phosphoric acid (gatorade, colas, and more). Not everyone has kidney stones if they have a lot of phosphoric acid; they are genetic. 25- Doctors consider passing a kidney stone is the only pain that can compare to child birth. So technically, it's like having a child. So technically, I already "gave birth" when I was 10. Oh & OP- I'm only thirteen and I've passed one.

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  TobyFunke  |  3

yeah but in this case it could very possibly be true. All this site is is people complaining about crap that they many times have no reason to complain about.

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  smileyxo4  |  5

Health has nothing to do with it. I was ten when I passed my first one and I weighed under seventy pounds and I was very active. They are mostly genetics.

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  devigsgirl  |  0

I'm 20 and have over 25 kidney stones. I've had them for 4 years. They don't know what caused so many. My first attack made me pass out from the pain. They suck

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206 - it's not really a matter of what's bigger, remember the stone has to pass through a much smaller pipe and one not designed to stretch unlike a vagina.. Some stones can be quite large relative to the plumbing.. I can say from experience that the agony is extreme and while ill never experience childbirth, every woman I know that's done both (and I know a few) agree that stones are worse.

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  BelleBelle_fml  |  11

I'm 21 and I've passed 6 kidney stones in the last 7 months, and I have 2 more hanging out in my kidney. It's very normal to have more than one stone at a time. And once you have one you're more prone to have more. My doc said it was due to dehydration and too much calcium.

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noo you get kidney stones from too much sugar/soda/sweets so if youve been eating alot of those things i suggest you stop or have alot less unless you want a kidney stone.

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  shinotenshii  |  0

i am death's angel, the stones are a small problem, it will eventually turn into a bigger one. my intended meaning was he should go to his doctor and ask aboit options to remove any remaining stones.Before somethimg bad happens

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