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One patient who turned up in their search had kidney stones at age 15.
That included going all the way at center during a game against the Dallas Cowboys on Dec. 17 despite dealing with the pain of a kidney stone.
In January, doctors found Steve had kidney stones and a urinary infection, and he was hospitalized for over a week.
Too much from supplements, specifically, may also increase the risk of kidney stones.
Back pain can also be caused by problems and diseases of internal organs, such as kidney stones, blood infections, scoliosis (an abnormal curvature of the spine), arthritis, and some types of cancer.
Those rides were too fast, with G-Force speeds that would pin the kidney stone down.
In 1984, 62 women in every 100,000 would have kidney stones annually.
The full list of 10 also included questions about snoring and kidney stones: What causes hiccups?
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KIDNEY STONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kidney stone for English Language Learners
medical : a hard object like a small stone that sometimes forms in a kidney and that can cause great pain
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