Kidney stones are known to most people, but stones can develop in all organs along the urinary tract which are bladder stones: the kidneys, the ureters, the urethra, and the bladder. As mineral deposits in urine start crystallising and forming a hard mass, bladder stones grow. Men, women, and kids may be affected by these stones, but men are more likely to grow stones as they age. Under normal conditions, during urination, urine is released from the bladder daily. Nevertheless, some conditions can cause the bladder to empty completely. The crystallisation process and the production of bladder stones will begin with urine that remains in the bladder.
- Track 1-1 Bladder infection
- Track 2-2 Enlarged prostate
- Track 3-3 Neurogenic Bladder
- Track 4-4 Bladder inflammation
- Track 5-5 Augmentation Cystoplasty
- Track 6-6 Cystocele