Can You Poop Out Kidney Stones
The answer is absolutely not. Your intestines and bowels are responsible for handling waste from the food you eat. Your kidneys clean your blood of the waste that is contained in your blood system and then filters this waste out over to your urinary tract system and then to your bladder where excess minerals and water are removed in the form of urine.
What causes a kidney stone to form is when minerals inside of your blood are left behind in the kidneys, and they clump together and form a kidney stone. Over time, it hardens. If small enough, a kidney stone will be urinated out along with your urine after it travels through the ureter and then your bladder over to the urethra.
If a tear occurs in your bowels and ureter that could take place. However, that is a rare occurrence. It is something I have never seen. What may occur is your bowels may dry fecal matter out to the point that it is hard as a rock like a kidney stone. This can occur in people who have constipation problems, and an individual might think that it is a kidney stone due to it being small and rock hard.
To improve matters, you should stop drinking anything that has caffeine in it, such as energy drinks, soda, tea, and coffee, since they can cause you to become dehydrated. Whenever you become dehydrated, it causes your urine to concentrate and leaves behind minerals in your kidney and kidney stones can form.
Whenever you’re dehydrated, it can also result in your bowels drying out which means they won’t have the water that they need for moving your bowels, and that will cause you to become constipated, and the rock like small pieces will start to form.
You may feel pain like there is a kidney stone that is pressing against your back in the area that your kidneys are located. That can fool you into thinking that you have a kidney stone. You should also reduce the amount of salt that you consume since it will bond with minerals and cause sharp-edged kidney stones to form and cause excruciating pain.
Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily to flush minerals out that form inside your kidneys before they have a chance to form into kidney stones. That will also help with constipation. Ice cold water tends to taste the best. Drinking water is good for your health. Just don’t overdo it.