New London, CT
A 32-year-old female asked:
Dx w/kidney stone last tuesday day before vacation bactrim&flomax pain lessened;now it's back& more severe (like5) tylenol no longer helping dr on mon?
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Dr. Paul Garrettanswered
Radiology 42 years experience
Poss Urgent Care app: You may consider a visit to an urgent care office so they can check for blood in your urine to further bolster the diagnosis of renal stone. Also they should give you a strainer so you can catch the bugger if it passes. A urinalysis would also help exclude infection. They may give you more powerful pain control meds. Keep drinking fluids.
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