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Burning In Abdomen After Kidney Removal
3 yrs heavy drinking, 1 yr smoking, bloodtest shows kidney/liver function ok. Dull pain in lower right back, burning in abdomen. Chronic pancreatitis?
Impossible to say: If you had blood tests because of these symptoms, I would hope that they also did tests for pancreatic damage, particularly a lipase (or an older test, amylase). Are you still drinking, despite the pain? If so, I would be very concerned. Easiest way to find if they are related is to stop and see what happens. Gastritis or even a peptic ulcer is a more common problem, and alcohol makes it worse. ...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
Pain in upper left abdomen yellow stools Pain near left should blade burning in abdomen sometimes sharp jabs help me no insurance?
Just after urination, I saw a small what looked like a little blood clot, have had on an off light burning, in abdomen and when peeing, can u help?
Stone: From kidney may have passed causing some scratching on the way. There could be others behind. If you have more intense pain in the abdomen or in the back you may need to have an evaluation or if the burning on urination continues you might have an infection also (or instead). Drink plenty of fluids. ...Read more
Intermittent chest pain x5 days, getting worse. Hurts mid to left side, sometimes burning elbow/shoulder. Now bad pain/burning in abdomen, woke me up
Dr suspects peripheral neuropathy. Had severe burning in abdomen & head last night. This is new. Scary. Contact Neurologist again?
↑ed blood glucose is: Most common basis for peripheral neuropathy. While often recognized after people have been diagnosed as being Diabetic for a long time, it also occurs in some far before they are declared Diabetic. Thus suggest checking HbA1c (Optimal 5.0%, not called DM until 6.5% or higher), optimize by cutting carbs, consider the best of the DM meds (the GlP-1 analogues) & review emedicinehealth. Com neuropathy. ...Read more
I have dull burning in abdomen with indigestion and tenderness in center of breastbone. Probiotics help. Also taking nexium (esomeprazole) 20mg and mylanta.?
Iam having pain on both kidney s and burning after I pee not during in my abdomen and I have swelling of my body. I also have been going. To pee alot.
Lower left abdomen burning down to the groin. Source of burning is 1 inch below belly button 3 to 4 inches to the left. Ct neg. Kidney stone last oct?
Get more tests,,,: There are many things this can be. It may be a kidney stone that doesn't show up on x ray or ct or other tests. It can be a case of diverticulitis which might need a barium enema or some other tests. It can even be a hernia which may also need more tests and thorough exam to rule out. It would be smart to see your doctor soon for an exam and other tests to be sure of what this might be. ...Read more
Pain Lower abdomen, no burning, urgency, back pain or fever. Leave to Japan 3 days, no Ins. Drinking lots of water. Past kidney stone prob. Not same?
Low abdominal pain..: ...has too many possibilties to make even an educated guess at the cause. Could be a gyn problem; appendicitis (if on the right); diverticulitis (esp. On the left); kidney stone or UTI with atypical symptoms; others. Not necessarily serious, but don't risk possible need for urgent care when traveling, even in a medically sophisticated country like Japan. Best to see a doctor before before leaving. ...Read more
I don't have insurance so how do I know it's kidney stones....left pain in upper and lower abdominal and a burning when I pee but again all pain is left?
Infection or stone: Dear Jackie u r a 30 year old young woman, the symptoms sound like a UTI but could also be a stone, a stone many times occurs along with an infection. Sometimes ovarian cysts cause pain on one side. If you don't have insurance then there are many clinics that have free services. Try calling the local hospital or medical society or even ur local health department for help. ...Read more
Lower left waving abdominal and back pain. Nausea. Frequent urination, slight burning while urinating, small amounts of urine at times. Kidney stones?
See below: After removal of one kidney, the other kidney manages to continue working at roughly half the total rate, and over time if it was healthy to begin with may take over extra 15-20% function. ...Read more
Your surgeon can exp:
Your treating surgeon will explain the procedure.
There are more than one ways to operate and remove a kidney. It can be an open surgery or more modern surgery done through laparascopic methods which is minimaly invasive surgery. Kidney can be removed completely or only partially if the tumor is small.
So all of these issues can be and should be explained by your doctor if you ask. ...Read more
Husband's renogram report says relative uptake 39% and poor relative function with obstruction in right kidney. Does it mean kidney removal?
Yes or not...:
Nuclear diuretic renal scan is used to roughly assess the percentage of total function contributed from each kidney so to decide if worthwhile to remove a severely damaged kidney or to decide and plan to remove a kidney with cancer which could not be managed with trans-ureteroscopic approach. If such a kidney is removed, possible dialysis may be required. So, ask surgeon for detailing...
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Here are some...: Generally speaking, NSAIDs is known to affect renal function, but dose-related; so, it is okay to use them but surely within or less than recommended dose. Besides, multiple factors may contribute to renal damage like hypertension, diabetes, certain antibiotics, etc. Hence, just let your doctor know you have only one kidney. Then you can work well with doc to heighten kidney protection. Best... ...Read more
What is normal for bun and creatinine post kidney removal? My grandfather's bun: 28 and creatinine: 2.05. He is 3 weeks post surgery.
No exact answer. But: This value ofcreatinine of 2 after removal of one kidney is not normal. It should be closer to 1.0 or so. However, if grandfather is in his seventies and about 160-170 pounds, his kidney function is near 50% or so. In his age group, his kidney function should be near 70% or so. He has probably an aging of his kidneys beyond his actual age. Need to ask his doc about reason. Hi blood pressure? ...Read more
Generally narcotics: But can be as little as a necessary. ...Read more
Yes: But I would be cautious about drinking that much on a daily basis for other reasons, especially if you are a woman. Your liver takes a hit every time you drink, and also alcohol is a high calorie source with no nutritional value. I would drink no more than one glass of wine daily if you are a woman, two if you are a man, to get the cardiovascular benefit of red wine but avoid the risks. ...Read more
Husband has mid ureteric stone and moderate hydronephrosis. Is it bad? Does that mean kidney removal? Left kidney functioning normal.
No need to remove: Kidney. The stone will either pass or it will not. This largely depends on size. In general, stones less than 5 mm in size should be given an opportunity to pass. Patients can be advised that stones less than 4 mm in size generally pass within one to two weeks. Larger stones may need help from a urologist. ...Read more
Bleeding urine (micro) after 9 months ago kidney removal (cancer). 62 yrs male. Is that normal? PET scan normal waiting for cystoscopy, very worried..
Yes: Ureteral stents frequently used in urology to relieve obstruction most often related to kidney stones and their treatment and less often for cancerous-related or other causes of ureteral blockage. Usually temporary, but occasionally long-term requiring periodic exchange. Often associated with "variable" degree of discomfort and urinary symptoms. No harm at all in having sex with stent in place. ...Read more
My husband had kidney removal surgery with the laser on thursday he is now having very bad cramping in his pelvis area like a woman is that normal?
If sepsis is a bacteria in the bloodstream can it happen when you have a blood transfusion or kidney removal or how does sepsis get in the blood?
See below: Bacterial sepsis from transfusion is a recognized complication from transfusions and tends to occur from transfusion of platelets or less commonly from red cell transfusion. It is more likely to happen from platelets as they are stored at room temperature where the bacteria can multiply. It is a serious reaction but luckily is uncommon in most centers. It certainly does not imply negligence. ...Read more
Need more info: You need to see your pcp for an evaluation. I don't have enough information to advise you further. ...Read more
It's been 4 days now my lower center abdomen painful uncomfortable feeling burning and also my lower back, headache. I don't have discharge.
Need office visit: It's not possible to give you specific advice based on the limited information presented. It's quite possible that your symptoms are not all related. Your problem (s) require an office visit where the physician can question you carefully and examen you. Any attempt to self diagnose yourself on the internet will be futile and just frighten and confuse you. Please see your physician. ...Read more
What causes a burning sensation when touched on right side of lower back and on right side and on right side lower abdomen? Its not red or swollen
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