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Kidneystone Facts and Statistics You Should Know:
more prone to kidney stones than are African-Americans.
- Although stones
occur more frequently in men, the number of women who develop kidney
stones has been increasing.
- Kidney stones
strike most people between the ages of 20 and 40.
- Once a person
develops more than one stone, he/she is more likely to develop additional
Gallstone Facts and Statistics You Should Know:
-Gallstones affect approximately one in ten Americans, and are associated
with approximately 3,000 deaths annually.
-More than 800,000 hospitalizations each year are caused by gallstones
that are large enough to cause significant pain.
-Over 500,000 people undergo surgery for gallstones annually.
-Obesity is one of the strongest risk factors for gallstones.
-Rapid weight loss diets significantly increase the risk for gallstones.
indigestion. Signs and symptoms of indigestion may include
nausea, gas, bloating and sometimes abdominal pain. These signs
and symptoms may occur or be made worse after you eat high-fat foods.
Upper abdominal pain. Sudden, steady and moderate
to intense pain in your upper middle or upper right abdomen may
signal a gallbladder attack. The pain may occur one to two hours
after eating but may also occur at other times even at night. It
can last about 30 minutes to several hours. Gallbladder pain usually
starts in your upper middle or upper right abdomen and, on occasion,
may shift to your back or right shoulder blade. After the pain subsides,
you might have a mild aching or soreness in your upper abdomen that
can last for up to a day or so.
and vomiting. These signs and symptoms may accompany a
Gallstones sometimes get trapped in the neck of the gallbladder
and can cause persistent pain that lasts more than several hours
and is accompanied by fever.
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