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Kidney Stone And Pelvis Pain
I have a tiny kidney stone. I am experiencing a sharp, moderate pain in the pelvis and pain with urination. Could the kidney stone be causing this?
Yes: Hello,You don't say what "tiny" measures,but a small kidney stone may have passed down the ureter and giving you pelvic pain and pain on urination if it is stuck at the uretero-vesical junction(ureter-bladder connection point).A plain Xray will help.Make sure you strain your urine and follow your doctor's advice.Hope this helps and get well soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
My mom had a kidney stone surgery before 10 days.after surgery the stone didn't broke .stone went to pelvis.now bit fever.now ESR rate goes to 43.why ?
Calcified granulomas within my spleen, bilateral renal cysts, 4mm kidney stone and punctate calcifications in my pelvis, what would the underlying condition be?
Mostly normal: These are all trivial imaging findings. The old stuff in your spleen probably reflects a long-ago victory over an infection with histoplasmosis. Kidney cysts are trivial and very common. The calcium stuff in your pelvis is probably phleboliths which never cause trouble. I hope the kidney stone stays in place or can be managed. ...Read more
I had a kidney stone back in july (4 months ago) and i still have some pain and tenderness on my left side, in my pelvic area ... Is this normal ?!?
I've got this pain in my penis and pelvic area, i've been recently diagnosed and treated for staph and a tiny kidney stone. What could case the pain?
Have a spot in low left pelvic area on xray. Need for concern or normal? X ray was for kidney stones but see this spot elsewhere. Not a kidney stone
Need more info...: Without a direct scrutinizing look at the films, it is hard to tell for sure what this spot may be, but radiographically phlebolith or calcification on the venous valve of pelvic veins is most commonly confused as incidental finding with no clinical significance as long as being asymptomatic. If so, leave it alone with no need for care al all. More? Ask your doc or contact me, and I can help. ...Read more
Lower right quad pelvic pain - intense and ongoing for 2+ weeks. have had trans-vaginal U/S, ct-scans, kidney stone tests, etc. normal. is lap needed?
More ?s than answers: A colonoscopy? If everything's normal, then maybe laparoscopy. But colonoscopy seems like the next logical step before slicing you open. What does the imaging show? What's your physician say? What do your blood tests show? Way too many unanswered questions. I don't even know your age? What do the physicians caring for you have concerns about? 2 weeks is not that long. Weight loss? Etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible kidney stone. Kidney stone history. Flank pain on left side. Pain also in pelvic floor and radiates in buttox down right back side of leg. ?
Need tests: You need testing such as an Ultrasound ...Read more
I had a pelvic ultrasound today and the tech found a kidney stone, thickened uterine lining & possible polycystic ovaries. What will be the next step?
Back to dr: The doctor who ordered the scan will need to see you and consider referral for sampling of your endometrial (womb) lining and consideration of hormone panels to look into the question of poly cystic ovaries. May also need kidney function test and urinalysis to look into the stone but only if it is in the ureter. See your doctor for further assessment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
UTI symptoms, pain in my right pelvic area. Ultrasound from GYN: kidney stone at junction of ureter and reflux in kidneys. Cant see Uro for 1 mo. Bad?
Bad to the "stone": The pain is the kidney stone getting stuck and unstuck like a ball valve at the narrow juncture of the ureter entry into the bladder. The infected urine is "backing up" into the kidney and requires continuous antibiotics until you can get to the Urologist who has ways to either retrieve surgically the stone through the bladder or breaking it up with lithotripsy- so no "romancing the stone" . ...Read more
Stone moving: If given an rx to enlarge ureters/urethra--be sure you are taking it. Use your pain med, hydrate well to encourage passage. If made it to bladder, should pass on own (and will only appear as grain of sand, despite amount of pain it caused on way out). May have some urinary bleeding, ok as long as stops after few hrs. If severe pain / vomiting / can't pee -- go to er. ...Read more
Pain: It is not unusual in the presence of kidney stones to have pain radiating to groin, testicles and genitalia. ...Read more
Is it possible to feel a kidney stone (large enough to be stuck in the ureters) exit the urethra in females?
I have a 4 mm kidney stone for about 4 weeks now having a lot of pain in my vagina area. What could that mean?
I have had a number of kidney stone. Now this on I have pain in the middle of the half of my penis. How do I get stone to pass?
Fluids and pain meds: You need to drink plenty of fluids and take medication for the pain. If you don't have any reason not to take it, I would suggest taking Tylenol (acetaminophen) as directed on the bottle and if needed Aleve as directed on the bottle. If you are still having pain tomorrow, then you need to go to your emergency room for an evaluation or sooner if you are not able to urinate. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with a 2mm kidney stone 3 days ago, im currently having intense pain in my waist groin area what could that mean?
Kidney Stone: The stone is moving down the urinary tract towards the bladder. Some stone will get stuck at the junction of the urethra and the bladder. It is important to hydrate and follow with your physician if the pain continues in the same place. The stone should continue to move and pass out with your urine. ...Read more
Kidney stone stuck in urethra 3 days.Small 3-4mm. I've had 5-6mm stones exit no problem. Solution? When do I need to see urologist?
I have a small kidney stone stuck in my penis, 2'' from coming out, it has been about 4 years is there any serious damage i could have caused?
Very unusual ...: See a urologist for more evaluation and treatment ...Read more
I was diagnosed with a 4mm kidney stone over a week ago and now I have severe pain in my vagina area and it won't go away.. What does that mean?
Could a kidney stone have passed and redeposited itself in my vagina my husband said he feels something small like sharp glass during intercoursel?
Unlikely: It is very unlikely for the urinary stone to get into your vagina let alone sit there. You may wish to see your gynecologist for an examination to ascertain the cause of your husbands feeling. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I saw something weird come out near my clitoral area. It looked like a kidney stone but was soft & nowhere near urethra. I had a kidney stone 1yr ago.
May be just smegma..: What described strongly suggests the presence of so-call smegma which is the "concrete" of solidifying the shed-ed skin keratin like that in the men with tight long foreskin. In females, its appearance is more prominent if the hood of clitoris is more pronounced. Just gently flush and clean it. And note: its unique smell is normally expected. More on life? To www.Formefirst.Com to explore.. Best. ...Read more
Not likely.: Kidney stones may indeed be present for months before passing and may produce intermittent pain which is usually felt in the flank when the stone is retained in the kidney or in the anterior abdomen when the stone is retained in the bladder. Stones in the ureter cause pain which radiates into the groin but stones don't hang out there forever. Search for another cause of your pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Moderate: Basically anything that can get down the ureter into the bladder, can easily pass through the penis tubes (urethra). If your stones are in the kidney, they may be in the pelvis of the kidney and can be quite large. A piece of this could break off and cause the famous, painfull kidney stone passage through the ureters. You should be evaluated by a urologist for kidney stones before this happens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a 5mm kidney stone. I'd like to know when, during elimination, will it be the most painful? Ureteter, bladder or urethra? I'm a male.
Here are some...: If a 5-mm stone is inside kidney and not moving, you unlikely have pain. A stone of such size poses low odd for spontaneous passage, prior stone passage will help decide if worthwhile to act or wait. If act and it is visible with x-ray, shock wave may disintegrate it; if not visible or in ureter or still in kidney, holmium laser through urehtra and ureter is the choice, Remember nothing is free... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a kidney stone fragment get stuck in urethra? I had a leftESWL on June 8th & right on June 27th. This is a total of 10 ESWL's for me. I feel like
Yep!: Happens frequently. You may even feel it. Check with your urologist if you can’t void. I have had to cystoscope patients and remove the stone or fragment ...Read more
I have a kidney stone stuck at the very tip of my urethra about a quarter inch from the head it's been stuck there now for three days cannot pass it t?
See a urologist: You need to be evaluated. If you can not pass it, it can lead to not passing urine, which can lead to hydronephrosis. Not to mention pain and infection. In the mean time, drink plenty of water and if you aren't able to urinate at all, or pain is too severe, go to ER. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not unusual: Unusual sensations (pain, tingling, numbness) in head of penis, often accompanied by a feeling of urinary urgency or burning, are quite common as a stone is passing through the lower part of the urinary tract from the opening of the ureter into the bladder and out through the urethra related to irritation and inflammation. These sensations usually resolve within 24-48 hrs after stone passage. ...Read more
M south indian.5.8mm kidney stone on pathway from bladder to penis.will medication help to push it out?
Can you tell where a kidney stone is based on where the pain is located? Mine is low back/top of leg/ inner groin.
Solutes precipitate and combine to form stones formed of calcium oxalate usually around a nidus of uric acid. Other solutes that form stones are ca and mg phosphates, cystine, and uric acid staghorn calculi form in the presence of chronic urinary tract infections. Stones can be painful, may require ...Read more