Bladder stones

Stone formation in the urinary bladder is usually a sign of a long-term lack of urination and evidence of a constriction below the bladder. A bladder stone rarely forms primarily in the bladder. Rather, it starts out as a renal or ureteral stone, which then remains in the bladder and grows via accumulation.

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BLADDER & URETHRA SELF-TEST
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Do you feel pain or burning when urinating?
Are you a man who has been experiencing pain while urinating for more than two days?
Do you have blood in your urine?
Do you accidentally lose urine?
Are you under 35 and need to urinate more often or urgently than before?
Are you over 35 years old and need to urinate more frequently or urgently than before?