Heating pad
Extended release morphine 15mg twice a day
Sleep
My MSK is congenital, but not diagnosed until my 30s. Bilateral stones a way of life.
My MSK is congenital, but not diagnosed until my 30s. Bilateral stones a way of life.
My MSK is congenital, but not diagnosed until my 30s. Bilateral stones a way of life.
Walking more to stop body from getting stiff
Proper pain management
Searching and finding a Urologist that researches my MSK and willing to go above the usual medical beliefs to help me.
I find drinking a lot of water infused with lemons helps.
Adequate pain management when needed
Lots and lots of water.
For myself it has been a very open minded pcp/family doctor that truly does his job right by helping me understand what msk is and what it can or will cause for me as I get older.
Heating pads, jets from a jacuzzi
My five children, my husband and the Lord give me hope.
Heating pad
Drinking LOTS of water
Taking Flomax helps with ureter spasms.
Being active daily
Lots and lots of water
Drinking a lot of fluids (96oz a day of which is 60oz water)
Support
Had 2 ureteroscopies
I have been prescribed HCTZ to control stone formations
My husband helps me stay strong
Going out to the beach
Kidney Stone Prevention Course
Water always helps and strict following of prescribed diet
My husband helping around the house
Moving slowly, but walks often help
Warm bath
Cut out a lot of animal fat and that helped.
Cut out a lot of animal fat and that helped.
Cut out a lot of animal fat and that helped.
Avoiding alcohol
A supportive husband
Taking the time to slow down and rest but also push myself to make it through events and other important and fun things in life no matter how crappy I feel!
Pain management.
Increased water intake
My older sister and I both share this awful disease... but it helps so much having another family member that truly understands what I go threw and how hard life is to live with such a horrible disease.
Diet:Cutting out sodium, drinking plenty of water, adding lemon to my water, potassium citrate
Kidney Stone Diet helps but is exhausting.
Non impact activities
Taking my water pill and potassium is important.
Possitive thinking
Finding a great support system
After a long exercise class, or a long bike ride, I take Macrobid (nitrofurintoin) as a prophylactic to reduce possibility of UTI
Hydration