What Size Is a Kidney Stone?

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There is no one size for a kidney stone. Kidney stones that normally pass on their own is less than 1 cm.
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The kidneys are responsible for two very important functions: They remove wastes from the blood and they control the volume of blood by removing or restoring water. The waste products
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Kidney stones can vary in size from the size of a tiny pebble, and up to and bigger than the size of an English pea. The larger kidney stones are "too big" to exit the kidney
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Peter Baulman had a kidney stone removed weighing 356 g (12.5 oz) and
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Not Medical Advice: Most kidney stones are between 0.2 and 0.4 inches in diameter.
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