Painless and One Day Discharge Kidney Stone Treatment in Gurugram

About MedHarbour

Welcome to Medharbour Hospital, a leading healthcare institution committed to delivering exceptional medical care in Gurugram, Haryana. Specializing in advanced treatments for various conditions, including kidney stones, our expert team provides compassionate and personalized care. Whether you’re experiencing discomfort from kidney stones or seeking preventative measures, we’re here to assist you.

What Exactly is a Kidney Stone?

Kidney stones are mineral and salt deposits that form in the kidneys and can cause blockages in the urinary tract, leading to pain and discomfort.

Causes of Kidney Stone

Factors like dehydration, high salt or sugar intake, obesity, and genetic predispositions contribute to kidney stone formation.

Types of Kidney Stone

There are primarily four kinds of stones, which are as follows:

– Calcium oxalate: Most common type, formed from calcium and oxalate.

– Uric acid: Result from high purine intake or inherited factors.

– Struvite: Develop due to infections in the urinary system.

– Cystine: Rare and genetic.

Symptoms of Kidney Stone

There are kidney stones that are a little bigger than a single grain of sand. Some of them are about the size of a stone. A number of them are about the size of a golf ball! When it comes to kidney stones, the rule of thumb is that the larger the stone, the more obvious the symptoms.

The following list of symptoms could be present, in any combination:

  • You are experiencing acute discomfort on both sides of your lower back.
  • Pain that is less specific or an ache in the stomach that won’t go away
  • A change in the color of the urine blood nausea or vomiting fever and chills
  • Urine that has a foul odor or is hazy in appearance

Diagnosis of Kidney Stone

– Medical history review, physical exam, imaging tests like CT scan or KUB x-ray.

– Blood and urine tests to assess kidney function.

Treatment Options

– Increase fluid intake, pain medication, and medications to reduce urine acidity.

– Surgical interventions may be necessary for larger stones or those causing complications.


RIRS (Retrograde intrarenal surgery)

 – Uses a fiberoptic endoscope inserted through the urethra to remove stones.

   – Minimally invasive, with shorter recovery time compared to open surgery.

PCNL(Percutaneous Nephrolithonomy)

– Ideal for large or hard-to-treat stones.

   – Involves making a small incision in the side to access and remove stones.

Ultrasonic Lithotripsy

– Noninvasive procedure using shock waves to break up stones for easier passage.


Endoscope inserted through the ureter to locate and remove stones.

These procedures offer effective and minimally invasive options for kidney stone removal, tailored to the individual’s condition and stone characteristics.