3. Pain that coincides with vomiting and nausea
The body naturally tries to fix problems it has with itself. This is an imperfect process; which is why when our body gives us fevers to try to kill viruses, the body may end up overheating and cooking itself. The body is an imperfect mechanism, and this can be seen very clearly in the case of a kidney stone. When our body knows that we have a kidney stone, rather than having it pass through our intestines, the body tries to regurgitate it and thus we feel nauseous and we vomit from this. The pain will also usually be felt as if it were a sharp stinging sensation accompanied by pressure in areas of the body that are usually located slightly lower than the chest area.