Kidney stones. They can be as painful as childbirth. Maybe more.
It takes time before you realize that your kidneys may be blocked with sediments, and by the time that you do realize it, it’s typically too late to escape the trauma drama.
Kidney pain can go in-and-out when the stones move around in your kidneys, and the pain may actually pass after a few days.
This lack of pain may mean that the stone has passed – literally.
The key point to remember if this happens to you is that if one stoned formed, another one may form again because your body’s environment is probably out of balance. So, the kidneys may get blocked again, and if the stones get larger in size, or deposit in a spot where the stone can’t excrete, your kidneys can shut down.
That’s when you end up in…