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Right Kidney Pain With No Stones
Urinating large amounts of blood the last 12 hours and right side kidney pain. Just kidney stones or more?
Stone... but...: With current clinical picture and past medical profile at 29, stone passing is very likely, but unusual bleeding from right kidney has to be ruled out with timely physical exam and urgent CT scan with & without contrast. So, go for urgent evaluation, comparison, care, and counseling. How to get these related things for good care done correctly? Go to http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best. ...Read more
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
If I eat high-oxalate food or meat, I have severe right kidney pain, short of breath. CT, MRI, and X-ray show zero stones...normal labs...any ideas?
Pain: How do you know is your kidney and that you have stones? ...Read more
Kidney Stones: First make sure that you are drinking plenty of water. Some treatment options for large kidney stones include using sound waves to break up stones, surgery to remove very large stones in the kidney, using a scope to remove stones, parathyroid gland surgery. Hope this helped :]. ...Read more
Stone trying to move:
Kidney stones case pain as these move around in your kidney or try to pass in the ureters and that causes the pain, as is in your case
since you know where the stone is and what is the size of the stone. I am sure you have been prescribed pain meds and adviced to check urine for the stone, may need follow up if stone not passed. ...Read more
No: It is not normal, but there isn't an obvious explanation. Possibilities include recurrent stones, unresolved infection, unresolved inflammation from resolved infection or stone, back pain unrelated to kidneys (muscle strain perhaps), etc. Since inflammation of the urinary tract or kidney can cause lasting damage, its worth bringing to the attention of your doc. ...Read more
May not be kidney: Pain happens to be where the kidney is but it may not be your kidney. It may be your spine and the nerves there. In any case, it would be difficult to give advise here not seeing you and evaluating you. Go to your doctor and have proper exam. It is your comfort and peace of mind that counts. ...Read more
I have 7mm stone in my right kidney, just found out yesterday, can the stone stay there for long time without problem?
Location of stone: It depends on how close to the urinary collecting system the stone is. If it causes obstruction of the urinary flow, pain and infection can occur. If it is far from this system it can stay there asymptomatically for years. You should however have a stone workup and determine if you have an underlying cause for stones. You could form more or this one can increase in size and cause a problem. ...Read more
I suffering from kidney pain, due to 9mm stone in the right vesicouretric junction, is it possible to pass through medicines.
Probably not...: If the stone is at that site longer than 2 weeks, it would be very unlikely to pass a 9-mm stone by its own, except you had Hx of passing that size of stone from right side. So, watch it with care but accept intervention to remove it timely. Best wish... ...Read more
I m having a stone in kidney of 6.9 mm in right kidney. Want to know will it pass. It was deducted in 26 June and till now haven't passed?
That's not passing.: A stone that large will predictably NOT pass if it decides to try to leave your kidney. It WILL get stuck. You should visit with a Urologist now and discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Recurrent stone: There may still be a residual stone left in the ureter. A followup x-ray will help assess for this. Increasing your fluid intake will help pass the stone. ...Read more
That sounds quite: Large. If it is in the upper tract ie the kidney I would think it is too large to pass. ...Read more
Drink fluids.: A 3mm stone should likely not be problematic and would be expected to pass without difficulty. Stay well-hydrated to help the stone along its way. If you develop severe pain on that side, fevers, nausea, vomiting, or if you see blood in your urine, seek medical help. If you've experienced several kidney stones in the past, a formal work up by a nephrologist might be useful. ...Read more
Can a kidney stone move from one kidney to the other? I had a stone in my right kidney but now my left side is hurting
Kidney stone move: Can a kidney stone move from one side to other? ANS: if u have 2 separate kidneys No. If you have horseshoe kidney possible. More likely to have stoned on both sides. So check with your team. ...Read more
I have a 1cm kidney stone on my right kidney. What should I do to relieve the pain and to get it out of my kidney. It hurt so bad.
Need a urologist: To pass a jj stent (tiny tube) cystoscopically between kidney ; bladder, this will relieve pain by decompressing your kidney obstructed by stone. You will then likely be a candidate for extra-corporal shock-wave lithotripsy, eswl. Suggest you call a/your urologist or go to your local hospital emergency room right now for relief. You certainly need pain medication without delay. Good luck. ...Read more
When sitting and leaning against a pillow I have dull right kidney pain and It is very uncomfortable. The pain is there the whole time.
Need MD examination: The source of pain may be in areas other than kidney: you need to be examined by a physician who will then order appropriate tests to find the reason for this pain... ...Read more
3 stones. One is 2.3 mm, Right kidney. Left kidney has 2, Lower pole 1.6cm stone and Upper nonobstructing stone measuring 7.6 cm, any advice?
I have 4 "tiny" stones 2 in each kidney and a very small cyst. I get bad kidney pain sometimes. Can this be caused if stones aren't in ureter?
No: Non-obstructing stones or a small cyst will not cause pain in the kidney. Kidney pain typically results from distention of the renal capsule when the stones move into the ureter. Pain usually occurs during acute obstruction. Cysts in the kidney only cause pain when there is hemorrhage into a cyst or very rarely do they cause blockage of the drainage from the kidney. ...Read more
I had lipotripsy done 1 week ago and the dr stated he lost the stone and that it must have gone back up in kidney. Having severe kidney pain since.?
I have msk and have constant kidney pain. One doc told me I can't have pain unless it's passing or stuck in the uretur...But I do. Stones are present?
Certainly: Kidney stones often come and go, but can also stay and cause really bad complications. They could also be a sign of an internal disorder. See your doctor for updated imaging studies, find out why you're developing recurrent kidney stones, and to to see if there is anything you can do differently to prevent these. Your doctor may need to work with a urologist to help get you on a stone-free path. ...Read more
Yes: You already have mild enlargement of the kidney - that is what hydronephroiss is. Over a long period of time, a blocking stone can lead to infections and decrease in kidney function. It is best to talk with a good urologist as to what the best plan is for your individual case - whether the stone needs to be removed, or if they are comfortable just following it over time. ...Read more
How can I get cured from 6mm kidney stone which is non-obstructive on right kidney, without any type of surgery?
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