Neorenal Forte 60 Tablets Against Kidney Stones
Neorenal Forte 60 Tablets
WHAT IS NEORENAL FORTE AND WHO IS IT INTENDED FOR?
NEORENAL FORTE is a modern product intended for people with kidney stones, during kidney stone attacks, renal colic, following lithotripsy, after stone extirpation, and for prevention of kidney stone disease.
Each tablet of NEORENAL FORTE contains:
-500 mg standardized dry extract of birch leaves and
-150 mg BetalitTM – a patent protected combination of biologically active substances with proven activity, produced by extracts of Herniaria glabra, Viburnum opulus, and Elymus repens.
THE MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF NEORENAL FORTE:
NEORENAL FORTE causes dilation of the urinary tract (the ureters), accelerating and facilitating excretion of renal stones via the urinary system.
NEORENAL FORTE has a bio-lubricating effect, providing lubrication of the narrow urinary flow pathways.
That facilitates the sliding of the stone during its movement and reduces pain.
NEORENAL FORTE provides increased urinary output, thus assisting in the elimination of the stone from the body.
NEORENAL FORTE provides protection of the urinary tract from infection and lowers the risk of formation of new stones.
INDICATIONS FOR USE OF NEORENAL FORTE FOR KIDNEY STONES:
NEORENAL FORTE may be used in any type of kidney stone, in all treatment stages:
During a kidney stone attack, the body is eliminating a kidney stone which starts to move downwards along the excretory system pathway. This inflicts injury to the urinary tract pathways and causes their painful constriction, which interferes with stone elimination. NEORENAL FORTE causes dilation of the urinary tract walls, reduces pain, and facilitates the elimination of renal stones. Concomitantly with that, it provides increased urinary output, the urine acts to push out the kidney stones, and thus helps to eliminate them out of the body. Additionally, NEORENAL FORTE lubricates the urinary tract pathways and further facilitates the sliding of the stone during its passage through the urinary system.
Following lithotripsy (crushing of kidney stones), fragments of the crushed stones start to move along the urinary pathways, causing injuries similar to the ones produced during a kidney stone attack. The use of NEORENAL FORTE following lithotripsy provides rapid and effective elimination of those fragments, thus significantly reducing pain and the risk of infection or of a "trapped" stone fragment.
Following surgical extirpation of kidney stones, the excretory system may be injured and susceptible to infections. In such cases NEORENAL FORTE provides protection of the urinary tract from "superimposed" infections due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.
Prevention of kidney stone disease: NEORENAL FORTE prevents the formation of new kidney stones, stops the growth of existing ones, and reduces the risk of recurrent kidney stone attacks.
INDICATIONS FOR USING NEORENAL FORTE TO TREAT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS:
Kidney stone disease creates a favourable environment for urinary tract bacterial infections. NEORENAL FORTE has an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect, and thus protects the vulnerable urinary pathways from the development of infections. In severe chronic infections, NEORENAL FORTE is used in combination with adequate antibiotic therapies.
HOW TO TAKE NEORENAL FORTE?
WHAT ARE KIDNEY STONES?
Kidney stone disease is a very common disorder. Bulgaria is regarded as an endemic region, because the disease is of a particularly high prevalence. Kidney stones form because of the accumulation of excessive amounts of substances in urine, which start to precipitate (deposit) and form stones.
The most common symptom alerting to the presence of a kidney stone is pain in the back waist and in the flanks.
There are multiple causes of kidney stone formation, including familial predisposition, diet, a limited fluid intake, metabolic disorders, urinary tract infections, etc. People who have previously had a kidney stone are at an increased risk of developing other kidney stones, and therefore, preventive measures are extremely important.
The number, the localization and the size of kidney stones vary from patient to patient. It has been assumed that stones of up to 10 mm in size may be eliminated out of the body without the need for surgical intervention. Pain in kidney stone disease starts when the stone begins to move along the excretory system. Very frequently stones may get "trapped" in the narrow tubes of the urinary tract and cause severe pain (a kidney stone attack).
A sudden onset and variable pain intensity are typical of a kidney stone attack. The discomfort and painful sensation is caused by spasms of the smooth musculature in the urinary tract, which is trying to push the stone further down towards the urinary bladder in order to eliminate it from the body.
During its movement, the stone causes injury to the urinary tract and makes it susceptible to infections. Therefore, if no adequate measures have been taken during the kidney stone attack, a secondary excretory system infection commonly develops, which further complicates the patient's condition.
Kidney stones may be successfully treated, and may be also successfully avoided by complying with preventive measures.