Kidney Stone 911: A Practical Guide to Pain, Treatment and Prevention | Kindle Edition
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Product Description There is no magic formula to get rid of existing kidney stones or prevent them from occurring in the future. Sorry. No magic bullet. You can, however, accelerate the “painful passing period” and combine proven prevention measures and lifestyle changes to reduce the number of stones and their frequency and potentially rid yourself of stones forever!There are also practical ways of alleviating the immediate pain and understanding how kidney stones are formed in order to change the kidney stone formation cycle.You'll find first-hand, essential, immediate information for dealing with kidney stones in the present as well as mitigating their formation in the future. No fluff, no bull, no non-sense kidney stone treatment and prevention. A reliable and concise, “all-in-one place” resource.I have also gathered many stories from Kidney Stone 911 readers around the world suffering from chronic kidney stones and their ordeals will make your toes curl. Their stories reveal the tremendous pain and suffering kidney stones cause regardless of race or ethnicity.Kidney stone sufferers want simple, low-cost and safe solutions. The more you know about kidney stones, their formation and your body, the better you will be able to deal with passing them and preventing them in the future.I'll share some natural therapies used by Urologists at leading kidney stone treatment centers around the U.S.A., as well as book reviews and resources that have been helpful to me and many of my readers.
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