Nearly 200 stones were taken out of the bladder! It’s all these habits to blame

  Under normal circumstances, when symptoms such as hematuria, lower abdomen pain, dysuria occur suddenly, people usually wonder if they have stones? Recently, the news that a man hid nearly 200 stones in his bladder rushed to the hot search on Weibo! According to reports, among these stones, there are four or five stones with a diameter of about 2 cm.
  Why bladder stones are patriarchal? Bladder stones are a common disease in urology. This disease has the characteristics of patriarchy and prefers men. Generally, the ratio of male to female is 10:1. This is mainly because the male urethra is slender and curved, and the elderly prostate hyperplasia is likely to cause lower urinary tract obstruction and induce stones. In addition, men like to eat high-protein, high-purine foods, which can easily cause the precipitation of oxalate in the urine and aggravate the formation of stones. Therefore, men should be more alert to the occurrence of bladder stones.
  What factors are prone to bladder stones? First, drink less water and poor water quality. Drinking too little water will increase blood viscosity and burden on the kidneys. When the urine is concentrated, the inorganic salts in the urine will gradually crystallize and accumulate, increasing the risk of kidney stones and bladder stones. In addition, drinking water in some areas is hard water with high crystal and calcium content. Long-term drinking will greatly increase the incidence of stones.
  The second is holding back urine for a long time. The more urine that accumulates in the bladder, the higher the concentration of urine, coupled with long-term non-flow, is conducive to the formation of stones.
  The third is to consume too much food with high protein and high purine.
  Fourth, the diet is too salty and sweet. When the high salt content in the body is excreted from the urine, it will increase the excretion of calcium and increase the calcium in the urine. It is easy to combine with oxalic acid in the urine to form stones.
  Fifth, I don’t like to eat vegetables and fruits. Vegetables and fruits contain vitamin B1 and vitamin C, and their final metabolites in the body are alkaline. Uric acid is easy to dissolve in alkaline urine. If you don’t like to eat vegetables and fruits, it is easy to form stones.
  Therefore, to prevent calculus, we must first thoroughly treat the disease that causes calculus, then increase the amount of drinking water, reasonably control the frequency of urination, and finally adjust the diet.