What Size Is a Kidney Stone?


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
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
Peter Baulman had a kidney stone removed weighing 356 g (12.5 oz) and
Not Medical Advice: Most kidney stones are between 0.2 and 0.4 inches in diameter.
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