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I have all the symptoms of a kidney stone. Micro hematuria renal colic back and flak pain yet no stones on ultrasound or CT KUB (non contrast)?

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Dr. Ruchi Taliwal
Specializes in Family Medicine
Kidney stone: This could possibly still be a kidney stone that has not been picked up by the testing. Also a differential is problems with the uterus or kidney infection. I would recommend you see a urologist or a urogynechologist.
Answered on Apr 22, 2018

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