7) Foul-smelling urine
Patients with kidney stones usually have urinary tract infections working simultaneously in their case. Depending on different factors, the urinary tract infection can be located in the bladder or the kidneys. It is usually found in the bladder, and one of the symptoms is having a strong smell in the urine, which can also have a very displeasing smell.
When the urinary infection is located in the kidneys, there is a higher chance that white blood cells get involved in trying to destroy the invader bacteria. Thus, the urine becomes cloudy with dead white blood cells and other particles.