One of the earliest warning signs of kidney stones is an urgent and frequent need to urinate regardless of fluid intake. As such, this urge can results in low urine volume despite the urgent sensation. Urinating can become painful as the pressure on the lodged stone pushes it through the ureter. This can cause a burning sensation during urination, with pain ranging from mild to severe.
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