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Bladder Stone

What is Bladder stone?

There is present of aggregation of crystals made out of calcium and other minerals in the urine form stones that may cause pain, bleeding or infection when they block the urinary tract such as bladder neck which is due to sedentary lifestyle and poor eating habits like not drinking enough water.


Bladder stone can be broken by litho tripe (jaw clashing) or laser through the urethra. The stones are broken and they are evacuated through the urethra using a drainage pump after the stones are broken to size small enough to be taken out. The complications of bladder stone treatment include perforation of the urinary bladder and bleeding from the bladder wall. Post-op the patient will carry with them a catheter which will keep for 1 day or longer if there are complications.