Kidney stones have a range of symptoms, including diarrhoea, as the kidney stone begins to pass from the kidney into the bladder and out through the urethra. However, diarrhoea and other symptoms relating to kidney stones are not necessarily specific to kidney stones. Always consult a doctor for a diagnosis.
Small kidney stones may have no symptoms at all; however, when a larger stone is moving from the kidney to the bladder, the pain can get severe and come in waves, according to Steadyhealth.com. WebMD.com adds that kidney stones can cause high levels of pain in the side, back, groin, abdomen or genitals. A person with kidney stones might also experience nausea and vomiting.
Once the Stone has Left the Bladder
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