What should i do when i was suffering from bladder stone ?
There is no pain free answer. I have had kidney stones before and I am well aware of the excrucitaing pain associated with eliminating. It is absolutely dreadful. I do not know if you have already paid a visit to a urologist or not, but your doctor needs to determine whether you need surgery for removal or if you must pass them naturally. Also, your doctor needs to determine the root cause the stones formed in the first place. If your doctor has sent you home with instructions of passing them you need to follow the instructions, which you will hate. When I had to do this I found that with every sip of water that I took in I had extreme anxiety about the upcoming bathroom visit. I also found it very difficult to breathe while urinating. My physician reccomended something akin to lamaze. It does not alleviate pain in any way, it does however reduce anxiety and give one the ability to breathe. This is a little bit helpful. Unfortunately, you still have to drink up and push out that tiny, spikey, burr like calcification. The reason my stones had developed was an over consumption of calcium for a long period of time. What can I say I love fresh raw oysters on the half shell. I love them so much that I often ate them not just for dinner or lunch, but for breakfast as well. This delicious indulgence subsided only because I moved to a state that isn't on the gulf coast. I have not had stones since. Passing the stones can be just a as short as a few days, to possibly months. In most cases it is a few weeks. I wish you a speedy recovery and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.