Kidneys help to remove toxins, waste and excess water from blood. Toxic substances will be flushed out through the urine. Urine travels from kidneys to the bladder and it leaves the body through the urethra.

But undissolved toxins that were in the body form as tiny crystals and stones. Body will eliminate small stones but it is difficult for it to flush out larger stones.

They will stay inside the body and trigger various ailments as the urethra cannot perform its function and remains blocked. Your body witnesses a severe pain when a kidney stone blocks the ureter. Ureter is a tube that connects kidneys and bladder.

Blood in the urine:

Urine with blood is a common symptom and it causes abdominal pain. Red or pink colour is the result of the rubbing that occurs between the stone and the ureter.

Infections:

Urinary infections, painful urination and fever are the common infections in people who have kidney stones.

Kidney pain:

You will suffer from abdominal pain when kidney stones get stuck in kidneys. It is usually a severe, sudden pain and in most cases it gets worse. Some people might experience back pain, or pain in the genitals or groin.

Pain record:

If you have doubt that you are infected with pain, analyze it. Morning pains are more common, because urination is more frequent during the day.

Renal colic:

The pain goes away and comes back. If you struggle with pain, you will suffer from sweating, sickness. It remains regardless of the body posture.

Vomiting and nausea:

Vomiting occurs when your body is not able to eliminate the waste. Kidneys cannot function properly, so vomiting is the only way to get rid of the toxins.

Frequent and painful urination:

You will experience frequent urination and improper urination. It is one of the earliest and most common signs. It occurs when you do not drink any fluids.

Unpleasant odour and discoloured or cloudy urine:

This is a common problem with the urinary tract and it affects people aged between 20 and 40. Kidney stones also vary in shape and size. Unpleasant odour and discoloured or cloudy urine occur due to chemicals and toxins in the body.

Source: Choose Healthy Life