The presence of symptoms depends mainly on the size of the stone or crystals formed. Small stones rarely cause symptoms, and therefore they go down the urethra to the outside without causing any problem or symptoms. Large stones cause several symptoms, the most important of which are the following:
A – Severe pain in the flanks or lower abdomen.
b- Pain or burning in urine.
C – a change in the color and density of the urine, where the urine becomes dark or red as a result of the stones irritating the wall of the urinary tract.
D – frequent urination.
C- Urinary tract infection.