How Long Does It Take to Pass a Kidney Stone?


The average time it takes to pass a kidney stone is between one and three weeks. Not all kidney stones cause pain.
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Kidney Stones. Kidney stones are hard masses of crystals that form from minerals found in urine. Usually, the chemicals in urine prevent these crystals from forming. Sometimes, though
A stone may take days or even weeks to pass. Try to stay comfortabl...
It can take hours, days, or weeks to pass a kidney stone. Pretty much the smaller the stone the faster it will pass. The larger the stone, the greater the risk that it will remain
I went to the ER almost a week ago with horrible pain and they found out that I haqve a kidney stone. I am still having pain in my kidney and im tired of feeling sick all of the time
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How Long Does It Take to Pass a Kidney Stone?
The pain of a kidney stone can be excruciating, so it's only natural to want to know how long it'll take to pass. The bad news is, it could be anywhere from hours to weeks--but with proper treatment, you can stay comfortable as you wait for it to pass.... More »
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A kidney stone can be very painful but it is unclear how long it will last. Each person may be different but could pass in hours or weeks.
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