Bladder stones occur when minerals form hard deposits in the bladder. Treatment for bladder stones includes drinking water to help it pass on its own, or surgical removal if the stone does not pass on its own. In the surgical removal procedure, the doctor uses mechanical techniques, ultrasound, or laser to disintegrate the bladder stone and then remove the small parts from the bladder. In some cases, the doctor may have to open the bladder to directly remove the stone. Read More about Bladder Stone Removal →
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