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 during eating which raptile drops tears from its eyes?

 That "tingling" sensation.?
You know that "tingling sensation" you get just before a hand or limb goes "to sleep?" In general, what causes that? I have rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and can't determine ...

 i have swelling on little finger of my left hand and no injury happened. it seems to be getting worse?
it is very painful and i cannot move it about. the infected area of my palm is red and it feels hot. the finger is also sweating. been to doctors and all i got was painkillers and ibruprofen. i have ...

 why does the nose of a long term alcoholic grow all large and bulbous?

 Can anyone explain what causes persistant 'head rush' incidents?
I have recently been experiencing what my friend describes as 'head rush'.

Sometimes randomly during the day my heart suddenly races for no indentifiable reason followed by red ...

 ears how do you unplug your ears from a cold or the flu?
I have a cold or flu and am feeling better butbthe other day I woke with my right ear pluged after using heat it cleared for a day but became pluged again over night how can I clear ...

 I have primary biliary cirrhosis and overlap/crossover syndrome?
I would like to know if any one else out there has the cross over bit as there is little or no literature on this as it is relatively rare, or so I am told! Is there anything I can be advised of that ...

 Is drug & alcohol addiction legally considered a medical and/or a mental disease?

 what that can mean?
i want to know if i have problem or its just me?i get cold very quick and feel cold often.its my metabolism?and feel tired very quick.sometimes feel sleepy during a day.is that symptomps of something?...

 Should I ask for money back on my vet bill?
My 19 month mix just got entropion eye surgery on Tue. (an inverted eye lid, rubbing on the cornea)The Dr call and said everything went well and he was very aggressive with the surgery to make sure ...

 What is wrong - Throat pain on one side after yawning?
I am a 25 year old non smoker, non drinker female. I became sick on 01/31 with symptoms that seemed like bronchitis and what felt like strep throat. The throat pain was odd because it was only on the ...

 could this be a health condition???
Im always drinking something, then using the bathroom. Im always thirsty, I always have some sort of beverage by my side, water, tea, cola, juice. Is this normal????
can you get sick from over ...

 corners of mouth cracked and sore-is their a medical illness associated/?

 what is gastric restrictive with gastric bypass stomach roux-en-y?

 Xanax help!?
I have been taking Xanax for about a year but then I started abusing it in big dosages. I ve been sent to the emergency several times due to overdose. I was just wondering does rehab help? Is detox ...

 Are there any dieases that were previously terminal, now theres a cure?
any incurable illnesses that were incurable now theres a cure. please tell me. for a project. ...

 I had a double by pass in May and after surgery I noticed my right eye is drooping and the pupil is sunken.?
Is anyone familiar with this? Surgery was on the left side and the eye affected is my right eye. I also had a pik line in my right side of my neck....

 Does it mean you have IBD if ??
you get terrible gas pains and diarrhea when you are super stressed?
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I did mean IBS. Thanks....

 Migraines all the time?
What tests do I need to take in order to find out through a Doctor that I am getting Migraines? What does it take to get diagnosed?
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I don't get menstraul cycles, ...

 Do you think there's a correlation between picky eaters and people with a heavy duty gag reflex?
I've always been a picky eater - ALWAYS, and I've also always had a terrible gag reflex. Very recently I was reading an article about finiky eating adults, and they quoted someone as saying ...

What is the difference between kidney stone and gallstone? What is the difference in treatment?
What is the difference between kidney stone and gallstone? What is the difference in treatment? What are the options for treatment other than surgery? Can we drink water to flush out gallstones?

Gallstones are in the gallblabber...little organ behind the liver which produces bile, or in the duct between the gallbladder and the liver. They must be removed by surgery. They cannot be flushed out by drinking fluids. Laproscopic surgery ( done tru 3 or 4 very small incisions in the abd. ) is now common for gallstones and recovery time is much shorter than with standard surgery. Kidney stones are in the kidneys, ureters or bladder. Sometimes they may be passed by drinking high volumes of fluids. Ultrasound treatment can also be used to crush larger stones so they can be passed without surgery. You can look on webmd.com for more info.

Gallstones are in the gallbladder which is a reservoir for bile, they are a problem only if they plug the bile duct, in which case requires removal of the gallbladder. Drinking water has no affect on gallstones.

Kidney stones are formed in the kidneys. Gall stones are formed in the Gall Bladder. Sometimes they can be broken up with sound but they are still painful. Gall stones frequently still have to be removed with surgery.

One is in your kidney and the other is in your Gallbladder.
Kidney stones are made of salts and minerals in the urine that stick together to form small "pebbles." They can be as small as grains of sand or as large as golf balls. They may stay in your kidneys or travel out of your body through the urinary tract. The urinary tract is the system that makes urine and carries it out of your body. It includes your bladder and kidneys and the tubes that connect them (ureters).

The gallbladder is a small sac found just under the liver. It stores bile made by the liver. Bile helps you digest fats. Bile moves from the gallbladder to the small intestine through tubes called the cystic duct and common bile duct.
Gallstones are made from cholesterol and other things found in the bile. They can be smaller than a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball.
Most gallstones do not cause problems. But if they block a duct, they usually need treatment
When a stone travels through a ureter, it may cause no pain. Or it may cause great pain and other symptoms.

Check out WebMD.com to see if about treatment options. Depends on the severaty of the case.

gallstones are bile acid crystals that have formed in the gall bladder. Kidney stones come in four varieties. They are all crystals that form in the kidney.

Both can utilize something called lithotripsy to break up the stones into smaller pieces, making them easier to pass. Sometimes gall bladders are just removed (not kidneys).

Water will not flush out gallstones, but can help push kidney stones along.......sometimes.

Mitchell W
Kidney stone:
Kidney stones, also known as nephrolithiasis, urolithiasis or renal calculi, are solid accretions (crystals) of dissolved minerals in urine found inside the kidneys or ureters. They vary in size from as small as a grain of sand to as large as a golf ball.

Solid material that forms in the gallbladder or common bile duct. Gallstones are made of cholesterol or other substances found in the gallbladder. They may occur as one large stone or as many small ones, and vary from the size of a golf ball to a grain of sand. Also called cholelith.

Drinking lots of fluid helps but I doubt whether drinking water will flush out gall stones.

A kidney or renal stone is a stone in the urinary/renal system such as the kidney, ureters, bladder, etc.. A renal/kidney stone can be passed if it is not too large. A gallstone is a stone in the gallbladder or common bile duct and requires surgery for removal.

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