While there are many other treatment alternatives available for ureter stone removal, Altec-Laser & Super Speciality Hospital presents the emerging Ureter Stone Treatment with minimally invasive surgery commonly referred to as Laparoscopic Surgery.
Kidney stones are groups of gems that ordinarily structure in the kidneys. In any case, these masses can create and move anyplace along your urinary parcel, which incorporates the ureters, urethra, and bladder. We have two ureters i.e. one for each kidney in our body. And, a stone in the ureter is a kidney stone that acts as an interface for the kidneys to the bladder. The ureteral stones are normally formed in the kidney and passed into the ureter with the pee (or urine).
Sometimes, the size of these stones are very little and hence, they move to the bladder from the ureter and finally drop off while peeing. But, in the case that these stones are larger, they create acute pain while urinating.
The most widely recognized indication of a kidney or ureter stone is acute pain. You may feel pain in your lower abdomen, which is the space of your back under your ribs. The agony can be gentle and dull, or it tends to be painful. The agony may likewise go back and forth and transmit to different zones.
Other potential symptoms include:
Pain or a consuming sensation when you pee
Blood in your pee
Regular inclination to pee
Sickness and spewing
The Ureter Stone Treatment relies upon the size and area of the stones and the substances from which they are shaped. Treatment may likewise be coordinated by your present conditions, like stoutness, the utilization of anticoagulants (blood thinners), and different contemplations. The size and area of the stone will give you a thought of the probability that you can pass it.
On the off chance that you have bigger stones and your urinary lot is hindered, a urologist (a specialist who has practical experience in the urinary plot) may treat you with the accompanying:
Shock Wave Lithotripsy
To get the advanced Ureter Stone Treatment in Amritsar, contact the stone specialists at Altec Hospital.