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My son is 34, he went to hosp the morning with lots of pain.He has kidney stone. Still in lots of pain.The stone has not pass.Should he return to hosp?

My son is 34, he went to hosp the morning with lots of pain.He has kidney stone. Still in lots of pain.The stone has not pass.Should he return to hosp?

Kidney stone: Yes, if he is still in a lot of pain he should return to the hospital. Hopefully they can do a procedure to felieve him of his stone and pain as well. ...Read more

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Dr. Arthur Balin
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Kidney Stones (Definition)

Seriously- renal stones are the result of postive and negatively charged particles in urine binding together and precipitating as solids- most frequently as calcium- oxalate. This happens most often when the urine is concentrated- ie when you are dehydrated. And trying to pass these stones from the kidney to the bladder is incredibly painful. ...Read more


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I passed a kidney stone this morning and now cannot urinate. I've hydrated. First ever stone. No insurance.

I passed a kidney stone this morning and now cannot urinate. I've hydrated. First ever stone. No insurance.

Urinary retention: Urinary retention is an emergency. If you can't pee, go to the E.R. If you can't urinate, the bladder will continue to fill and the discomfort will gradually progress into pain that usually becomes excruciating. The E.R. May do a ct scan to evaluate the kidney stone issue as well. With issues like this, you should try to get insured. Ask to see a social worker while in the E.R. ...Read more

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Husband had kidney stone zapped this morning,got instructions4 after care,but nothing said about vomiting.about 20 minutes ago.Normal?????

Husband had kidney stone zapped this morning,got instructions4 after care,but nothing said about vomiting.about 20 minutes ago.Normal?????

Here are some...: Uneventful zapping procedure for u-stone itself would not cause nausea/vomiting; but the nausea and vomiting as side effects from anesthesia for such procedures are not uncommon. So, take a good rest and see for 4-6 hours. If not improving as wished and expected, seek timely professional evaluation especially with fever. ...Read more

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I had lithotripsy yesterday for 1 out of 2 kidney stones. After several urinations including this morning, i've yet to pass any fragments. Normal?

I had lithotripsy yesterday for 1 out of 2 kidney stones. After several urinations including this morning, i've yet to pass any fragments. Normal?

Could be: You can get fragments that are very small passing that you can only see by using a coffee filter, etc. You would prefer this over passing larger fragments. Just stay hydrated and dilute your urine. ...Read more

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Every morning i feel dizzy and sometimes having difficulty in sleeping. Is it also the effect of kidney stone?

Every morning i feel dizzy and sometimes having difficulty in sleeping. Is it also the effect of kidney stone?

Probably not: Kidney stones can be very painful if small and attempting to pass from kidney into ureter heading down to urinary bladder. They dont make someone dizzy. They can keep someone from sleeping due to the pain. The pain can cause patient to double over and can be felt in the flank/back all the way down to the groin if the stone attempts to move down the urinary tract system. ...Read more

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Pain after passing a kidney stone? Went to er, had CT only one kidney stone showed present... Passed it this morning.. No pain all day, now pain

Pain after passing a kidney stone? Went to er, had CT only one kidney stone showed present... Passed it this morning.. No pain all day, now pain

Possible fragment: It is entirely possible that you passed a fragment only of two superimposed stones or a very small fragment was not previously seen. May need urology follow up. Also, nephrology can analyze your urine to prevent further ston formation. ...Read more

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I'm a 19 yr female. I had a kidney stone removed and a stent put in this morning by my urologist. I was discharged and my stent just came out. Am I ok?

I'm a 19 yr female. I had a kidney stone removed and a stent put in this morning by my urologist. I was discharged and my stent just came out. Am I ok?

Probably : urologists often do ureteroscopy without stent placement. But, since your urologist placed one, he or she thought you needed it. If you're not having terrible pain or running a fever, you're probably ok to wait and call the office In the morning. ...Read more

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I am passing a kidney stone. Since this morning I have been nausea, vomited once, flank pain and frequent urination. ?

I am passing a kidney stone. Since this morning I have been nausea, vomited once, flank pain and frequent urination. ?

Typical symptoms: The symptoms you describe are typical when you pass a kidney stone. Make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids. See your doctor to ensure you do not have an infection and if you need any pain medication. ...Read more

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extreme pain in first morning urination. Dark colored urine. Metallic taste, nausea, decreased output. stents on both sides from kidney stone?

 extreme pain in first morning urination. Dark colored urine. Metallic taste, nausea, decreased output. stents on both sides from kidney stone?

Here are some ...: All your described symptoms might result from the joint effects of the procedures, stents, medications, and anesthesia. But, you need to be checked for no UTI despite maybe of no fever. For the time being, drink more fluid, take pain med & antibiotics (if any) as prescribed, but see Doc timely for more unbearable symptoms or questions. Best wish ... ...Read more

Kidney (Definition)

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


Kidney Stone (Definition)

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