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Renal Ureter Biopsy With Stent
If the cause of renal failure is due to ureteral obstruction then very effective!
The key is to address the obstruction ASAP in order to avoid any permanent damage to the kidneys. Make sure to monitor for post obstructive diuresis marked by excessive urination after relief of obstruction. But, post-obstructive diuresis/natriuresis are good prognostic indicators of renal function recovery. ...Read more
Biopsy is tissue removed by needle or cutting to remove part of a body part. It is usually a small amount of material that is processed by a pathologist. Most of the time it is stained and looked at through a microscope to arrive at a diagnosis. Special processes are done for some tissues or problems. The purpose is to tell what the problem is (diagnosis). ...Read more
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I have had a ureter stent in for 3 montnts. I have nothing BUT pain and 4 infections. Now I'm petrified that when they take it out this week it will?
Here are some...: Why did you have ureteral stent? After stone breaking or something else? For most of cases, stent removal is quite easy, but occasionally severe encrustation at the ends of stent may make its removal very difficult resulting in requiring additional procedures. Regardless of whatever may be, follow your urologist to complete the care sequentially. Best wish... ...Read more
Had my ureter stent taken out today. I am in severe pain. I have had stents before but after they come out I am normally fine. What can I do to help?
Call doctor: You should contact the doctor who removed the stent as soon as possible! If not go to the emergency room. ...Read more
Just had a ureter stent placed friday. I feel like I have to pee all the time. Anything I can do to help me not feel this way.
What are symptoms of damage to urethra, bladder or ureter after urethral stent removal and is there a way to determine damage without imaging?
Stent removal: If you are referring to a ureteral stent removal there are very few side effects associated with their removal. The length of time they were indwelling could have an effect on whether they are encrusted with stone or not. Imaging with I.V. Dye and cystoscopy would be appropriate if symptoms remained after 3 to 4 weeks from removal. ...Read more
Stent placed 1 month in my left ureter for stone after URS. Its been 3 weeks since it is removed. But still very mild & self limited pain. Its common?
See below: Not uncommon to have some mild residual irritation and incomplete healing from either the procedure itself to remove your stone or from the stent that was placed even though removed 3 weeks ago. Sometimes persistent discomfort can be related to either a small stone fragment that remains and has not passed or due to a urinary tract infection. If worsens or does not resolve with time, contact MD. ...Read more
My brother has a ureter stent placed and it's passed 24 hours and he's is still in sharp pain, nausea and discomfort? How long does it last till he feels normal with it
Ask/call the urologist: You want to ask the urologist who placed the stent for evaluation, your brother shouldn't be in such pain, good luck ...Read more
What test can I do to be sure my ureter has healed after a rupture occurred after surgery to remove stone, stent is still in place, left it in to heal?
Okay as long as...: Seeing grossly bloody urine even with few clots could be expected but will light up over time and is okay as long as being able to void with not much discomfort. For possibly stent-related symptoms, you may ask your urologist if unbearable. So, usually, yo do have to go to ER for such as long as you understand and realize what are the realistic expectation after ureteral stent for various reasons. ...Read more
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I have bilateral hydronephrosis with 4mm stone @ left VUJ n10mm@right upper ureter. Is it possible to do ESWL to break the stones w/out doing RPG n stent?
Depends on symptoms: 4mm stone should pass on its own. 10mm stone would likely break up with eswl, but primary stent placement might be required if severe right sided flank pain present. Metabolic stone evaluation necessary in view of bilateral stones. Probably have seen a urologist as ur aware of hydronephrosis & stone pathology. Certainly discuss with him/her. ...Read more
I had a stent put in my ureter because they thought I had kidney stones. Turns out, my ureter is like an "S" shape. They proceeded to put the stent in anyways and now I'm in critical pain and my kidney seems to be "contracting" or having a spasm...the
What does oxybutynin do? Have a ureter stent. Does that help me not to pee every fine? They gave me that and pain meds.
Relax bladder: This classic medication decreases contractility of smooth muscle and therefore decreases bladder contractility and bladder spasms. If you have a stent in place after perhaps a ureteral stone procedure, Oxybutynin can make you more comfortable while your healing process continues. You will be well soon. ...Read more
My dad has a kidney stone for the past 2 month now in his ureter. He has a stent placed too and he had 4 sessions of ESWL still didn't break now what?
Talk to his urologis:
We can not tell you what next step your dad's urologist has planned for him
There are too choices to watch and see ig it will come down as he has had lithotripsy and we don't know if it broke the stone
Discuss with his Urlogist
Other option is go through uretroscope
Only his urologist can answer your question NOW WHAT? ...Read more
I have severe pain in my lower tailbone, and lower penis after removal of partial colon and stent was placed in my ureter?
I had a 9mm kidney stone totally blocking my ureter & the flow from my left kidney. I had a stent inserted & the stone was blasted by a laser & is go?
Get an X-rays: If the stones came out and you do not have any more symptoms, get again x-ray to make sure no stones left. Have the stent taken out. ...Read more
Blood clots in urine have stent from narrow ureter due to tumor. Clots passing are painful and blocks my urine. What could be the cause?
Several causes.: The presence of a stent in the urinary tract can cause irritation to the lining of the ureter and bladder causing bleeding. Tumors, besides obstructing, can bleed if they cause any erosion of the ureteral lining. If you are passing large clots and blood, a known risk of stents is the development of a communication between a blood vessel and the ureter. Please see your physicians for evaluation. ...Read more
Had a ureter reimplantation on the right 8weeks ago. Just got the stent out. Is it normal to have stomach pain?
Maybe: If its severe however, call your urologist. Don't let it go more than a day unless it goes away. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Female Breast Cancer 5yrs ago check was clear for past 5 yrs. Last year Check had Pain in Area had biopsy and OK but Still have Stent, Why?
Stent?: What do you mean by stent? Do you mean a stent in the heart or a stent in the breast? If you mean a stent in the heart then it means that a blood vessel feeding the heart muscle was narrowed and to stop further narrowing a stent was placed. I am not if this is what you are asking, though ...Read more
Had my ureter balloon dilated yesterday with a stent placement. How high of a fever should I call my doctor at?
101: I would guess 101 degrees but your discharge instructions from the procedure should tell you what your doctor would recommend. ...Read more
Ureter stent place 2wks ago. Constant discomfort in penis. Stabbing pain when finish peeing. DR said this is normal. Still have blood in pee.?
Doc is right...: All what you have experienced as described after ureteral stent is commonly expected but could be eased with using medications like pyridium, alpha-blocker, and anticholinergics, but not routinely prescribed. So, if unbearable, see & ask doc for help. In fact, the duration for more ureteral stenting should be over soon; for individual situation, ask your doctor for detail and advice. ...Read more
Male/42 chronic renal stones. Recent stent removal complicated by deposits on stent. How can I tell if damage was done, still have pain 3 weeks later?
Doctor can recheck: The urologist can recheck to see if the amount of pain is more than expected. He'll also help decide if it's worthwhile to look for new stones, which may mean having another imaging procedure; or he may feel the symptoms are from spasms or other non-stone causes. Close follow-up with the urologist is the best bet to help relieve the pain. ...Read more
Hours to few days: It is the pain of the site of the needle entry through the muscles of the back. It should go away relatively fast. However, if lasts longer than this you need to check with your doctor. Unusually some people have longer term local pain attributed to a rare event of possible nerve fibre injury from the needle track. ...Read more