Can You Go To Work With Kidney Stones?

When I had kidney stones I fortunately was employed and luckily I had a lot of vacation hours to use up. Kidney stones for me were very painful and I couldn't imagine having to work under the condition I was in.

I don't think it is a wise idea to go to work when the pain often sneaks up and becomes very sharp.

Especially when most kidney stone symptoms include fever, nausea, dehydration and of course the constant throbbing pain in the lower back which I disliked to the fullest.

safe to work when i have kidney stones
The simple answer I would tell anyone is no. It is not very safe to work when you have a kidney stone. Unless you're a person that can handle an extreme amount of pain you'll be on your knees crying once symptoms start.

If there are no other options but to go to work then be ready to use Advil or Tylenol. Although these do little pain relief in my honest opinion.

Make note to let the boss know that way they are aware of you condition and take it easy a little on you.Also don't forget that a part of the kidney stone treatment involves drinking as much water as possible and is a must.

So be aware of this and have plenty of water throughout the workday.

I would take a gallon of water just to be safe. You will likely need more since your are going to be on your feet all day rather then at home resting.

Since your gonna be up most of the day at work hypothetically you might need some extra energy but it is recommended to stay with the juices and away from the high caffeine or energy drink line of thirst quenchers.

Stick to the kidney stone diet plan that that fits your busy lifestyle. Follow the following instructions because they helped me to understand what kind of diet I needed to treat my kidney stones.

Doing this along with staying hydrated with water will help you the most when you choose to work having kidney stones.


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