The Doctors discuss the case of a man in California who was having trouble relieving himself and was also in extreme agony.
When doctors did a CT scan on the man, they discovered a massive bladder stone which was the size of an ostrich egg.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra explains this is caused when minerals in your bladder are not completely emptied and then concentrate and form a stone. In this case, the man previously had bladder cancer and had a new bladder created in his intestine. The new intestine did not have the muscles of a traditional bladder and it was unable to empty out the accumulated minerals, thus creating the massive stone.
The Doctors note that the size of the stone is not something normally seen.