Acalka and Rowatinex Medicine for Treatment of Kidney Stones
Medicine for Kidney Stones
I remember it clearly. Last night, I was driving when the pain hit me. It has been bothering me for a while now but it hasn't been this strong, and frankly, I guess I wasn't expecting it to be.
I have had kidney stones before so I know exactly what it feels like. Back then, I was more erratic with dealing with the pain because I didn't really know what it was. I was afraid I would die because of the pain. Some articles on the internet say that it is one of the most painful things in this world. And when it first hit me, I thought it was appendicitis, and kept on thinking that I could die in case that it bursts. I was sweating like hell, throwing up (due to the pain), and when I reached the hospital they checked my blood pressure to verify that I wasn't just acting it all out.
When I was diagnosed, I was expecting they would open me up or something like that. Also, I've heard of other procedures like the shock wave therapy, a non-invasive medical procedure, although very expensive. But by prescription of my urologist, supposedly one of the best in town, he said that all I would need would be medicine. And so he prescribed three things for me to drink Aclaka, Rowatinex, and a herbal medicine called re-leaf forte that is extracted from the plant sambong. The plan was that I can melt these rocks and just get rid of them through my urine.
Acalka Medicine Review
Back when I first had kidney stones, I was also prescribed Tramadol, some sort of quasi-opiate to relieve the pain. Of course I wasn't sure if this was an over the counter drug and so last night I resorted to just buying the Acalka potassium citrate tablets, Rowatinex, and re-leaf forte. To my surprise, around 30 minutes later, the pain would then subside. I realized that the pain reliever would probably be only needed for the more extreme cases because if the medicine I take can do its job right then it will ease the spasms and contractions of my kidneys thus relieving me of my pain and allowing the stones to easily be broken down and passed through.
Once you have experienced it, you'll know exactly how these drugs work. I realized also that they work very well if used together. Also, you have to drink lots and lots of water because relaxed kidneys mean more urination and you might get dehydrated. Also drinking lots of water will help aid in the passing of the stones.
Rowatinex Tablet for Kidney Stones
The instant relief of the pain assured me that I can easily get rid of these if I just constantly drink the medicine. Having been experienced with this kind of pain helps me to be more relaxed and be more composed when dealing with it. I don't think other people would be able to do what I did: I drove all the way to the drug store and bought the medicine and then drove again after drinking the medicine and watched Fringe with my most favorite person in the world (I guess the TV show and being with her helped with my dealing with it as well). With that kind of pain, I do believe I handled it well.
In attempts to be more pro-active, I am writing about it. I mean, I might as well help out and at the same time make some money by writing here on Hubpages. Might as well make the kidney stones pain profitable, yeah? Also, writing about it is part of my dealing with it, really, since writing is something that I really love to do and becomes some sort of outlet, you know?
There are really so many things that are so burdensome in my life right now and writing is the most pro-active way I can think of that I can do. Also, I should really avoid foods that cause kidney stones. From what I've learned these are food that are rich in uric acid. Also, lack of water is one of the main reasons for kidney stones. Of course this is something I've learned already. I've also theorized that this actually isn't a recurrence but two of the stones that have been stagnant and not bothersome that I have overlooked and ignored. Now I know that this is something I shouldn't do. I hope I was able to help.
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