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Causes Of Stranding Kidney No Stones Or Infection
What's causing my kidney pain no infection but there's a stone in the center if the kidney tha drs said would not cause pain?
Hard to say...: But they are correct that the presence of a stone in the kidney does not cause pain. Pain is caused by the a stone slipping out of the kidney and and into the ureter. Lower back pain is common, and usually caused by muscle sprains, either acute or chronic. See your physician for an exam and diagnosis. ...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
Depends on size: And location. You might have it for years and not get any infection. ...Read more
Explain cause of dormant e-coli and recurring infections. I have recurrent kidney stones as well.?
Impossible to tell: I think that you should obtain advice from your treating clinician on this matter. It's difficult to discern the root cause of your problems without more info. ...Read more
The doctor told me I was passing a kidney stone and that if I were to have a fevor or pain to go back in cause it may be a sign of infection. Temp 99.3?
Fever: This is often characterized as a body temperature that during a 24 hr period either reaches 100F or fails to get as low as 98.6F. The temp of 99.3F you quote is normal. ...Read more
Stone: Although many foods contain oxalate, only nine foods are known to increase oxalate in the urine and promote kidney stone formation. They are: beets, spinach, rhubarb, strawberries, nuts, chocolate, tea, wheat bran, and all dry beans (fresh, canned, or cooked), excluding lima and green beans. It is best to avoid these foods. Kidney infection is not promoted by food. ...Read more
I have been told the stone in my rt kidney cant cause pain. Yet I have had severe rt flank pain w/ no infections. Why can/cant they hurt in the kidney?
Stones: A few pertinent facts about kidney stones: 1. Stones 5mm or less have a 66 to 85% chance of spontaneous passage. 2. Non-obstructing calculi do not cause pain. 3. Stones can move in and out of obstructing positions. 4. A urologist can be helpful even if the stone is likely to pass spontaneously, by appropriately medicating pain and prescribing a medication that may help some stones to pass. ...Read more
M south indian. I am having urinary infection and kidney stone. I am taking medicines. Can these two things cause pain over my left kidney and backside?
Stones do not cause infection, but make it more likely for infection to occur.
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Can hydronephrosis and kidney infection caused by a kidney stone blockage of the ureter cause hypotension?
Can having an infection in my urine do to kidney stones cause me to break out? I've been breaking out ver since I got stent implanted
Ask Doc...: Inserting stent is an essential part of managing renal/ureteral stones for most of cases. But it comes with a price of local irritation and suffering, and occasional symptomatic uti, which can usually be managed and soothed with proper use of medications, while the endoscopic procedures have averted patients to undergo open surgery. For individual details, ask attending doc timely. ...Read more
Many things: There are other organs how long the flank the size of kidney including on the left side the spleen on both sides the colon, you have a liver there, the pancreas, and other things. These are things you should discuss with your physician ...Read more
HSV outbreak 2 wks ago. Pain on LR side. Diagnosis-kidney infection. Pain on LL side. Infection no more. CT neg for stones. Could hsv be the cause?
Confusing question: Sorry, a lot isn't clear. Where was your herpes outbreak? Genital? Typical for past recurrences? Definite herpes as the cause (cluster of blisters or sores)? Or maybe you mean herpes zoster (shingles)? That's a more likely cause of flank or abdominal pain that might be confused with kidney infection or stone. Neither HSV nor zoster would cause a kidney infection, but zoster can cause ongoing pain. ...Read more
Can kidney stones cause a 4 year long bladder infection? Tried macrobid, ceftin, (cefuroxime) rocephin shots, & stone removal (which was nearly fatal). Now what?
Here are some. ...: Most common recurrent UTIs in females involve lower urinary tract - bladder & urethra. Although infected kidney stone can pose a constant source of bacterial UTI, such situation is rare once the offending infected stone is completely removed and related pyelonephritis are successfully treated. So, for female recurrent UTIs, look into bladder emptying, urethral diverticulum, bladder stone, etc. ...Read more
What can cause kidney pain and blood in urine: not stones or infection eliminated due to testing already done?
Kidney pain, blood in urine: Remember the urinary tract extends from the kidneys to the end of the Urethra. Therefore any vascular abnormality in these territories may induce blood loss.Have you had urine cytology? to rule out sheded malignant cells?, do you have pain during urination? or lumbar pain? Is the urine, pink or red? Are you also passing blood clots during urination? You require an Urologist and an MRI, do an apo ...Read more
What are some causes for random sharp stabbing testicular pain? Ultrasound was clear. History of kidney stones and severe kidney infection.
I have had kidney problems for years. Stones infections my kidneys constantly hurt is it normal to have chronic kidney pain?
What could be reasons for chronic R kidney pain? Ruled out stones but I have a HX of stones and infection. It's worse after OTC meds & dark beverages
Maybe not kidney: I assume you are referring to right sided back pain. If stones ruled out by plain X-ray then it may still be kidney pain due to UPJ obstruction, then get ultrasound and possibly CT with contrast. If a renal cause is definitely ruled out then it is possibly musculoskeletal. Talk it over with you doctor. Best of luck. ...Read more
I had my kidney removed. It was full of stones and infection, functioning at only 9%. I continue to get uti"s. What to do?
Comparative severity: Both are nobody's idea of fun. Kidney stones can result in secondary uti. Kidney infections often require long periods of antibiotic therapy and can potentially produce severe damage. Depending on the cause of stones they can represent disease elsewhere (i.e., hyperparathyroidism, etc.). Would not rate them since both are potentially severe. ...Read more
No kidney infection or stones but have urination up to 30 times a day what's causing that to happen?
4 issues including:: (a) Bladder control; failure to empty bladder (healthy up to ≥250 cc before feeling need to void & <5 cc after voiding), (b) bladder irritation for another unidentified basis, (c) &/or focus/anxiety about bladder issues (protection/distraction from other unacceptable issues?) along with (D) total daily fluid volume intake because daily output must match daily intake, else become edematous. ...Read more
I have no insurance and have kidney stones in both kidneys plus an infection in left one........Can anyone help me?
Kidney stones & infx: Many areas have clinics that base fees on sliding scale according to pt's income. In meantime, drink plenty of water & cranberry juice to keep kidneys flushed & possibly help fight infection. Hospital clinics often r willing to work out payment schedule for those who have no insurance. ...Read more
I've had pain in my left side and back. Been to my dr several times and put on antibotics for infections. Pain is worse could it be kidney stones/fail?
Unlikely a stone: Would want to know if pain is intermittent or steady. Kidney stone pain usually comes and goes is associated with nausea/vomiting, radiates from the flank to the groin, and most importantly, usually makes the patient feel like moving. Whereas pain from say, a sprained muscle in the back would make you hesitant to move, the pain from a kidney stone often makes you feel uncomfortable sitting still ...Read more
Ketamine: K has many side effects. It is not addictive but can produce severe withdrawal symptoms when people try to quit. It spasm the bladder and the ureters (tubes coming from the kidneys to the bladder), usually manifestations being confused by doctors to a urinary track infections. It can produce in time bladder ulcers, scaring and permanent damage. ...Read more
Yes and no: Urinalysis can show infection if it contains white blood cells and/or bacteria. It cannot show stones, although it can show crystals or red blood cells. If these are present and you have flank, back, or groin pain, it means that you might have stones. Consult your doctor with your test results. ...Read more
Different pain: Stones trying to pass in the ureter produce an intense pain that hits in waves. Though they may cause nausea and vomiting, they usually do not produce fever. The urinalysis may show blood but not full-field bacteria. A kidney infection, which may be caused by an obstruction stone, is marked with fever, pain, and a urine that is full of white blood cells and bacteria. ...Read more
Bladder infection: Caused by abnormal bacteria in the bladder, kidney infection, the bacteria is in your kidney- more serious, a kidney stone is not an infection, kidney stone starts in the kidney and can stay there or get trapped in the ureter or bladder sometimes you can pass a small stone, other times will need treatment to remove it or crush it. ...Read more
Yes, may be:
Well it is what is called NSAID and it could be a powerful medication for pain but it is used to take care more of a chronic pain vs the acute pain that is associated with kidney stone so it depend how dag the pain is
NSAID good medicine the long use of it could cause damages to the kidney and possible liver and as we get older it should not been used to our geriatric patient for the toxic effect ...Read more
I keep geting kidney stones & kidney infections no matter what I do & even with medicines... why? What's the problem? ....
Urinary stones: Very often the organisms will reside within the stones, which may be very difficult to eliminate entirely, and as soon as you are off meds they reinfect you. You may need to discuss with a urologist and and infectious diseases expert and work this difficult issue out. Bad problem and hope it gets resolved. ...Read more
Pain in my right kidney for the past four days. Sharp stabbing pain. Can't twist my body to right. Kidney stone or infection?
See below: Sounds more like a kidney infection than a stone. Stone pain tends to be a dull ache. ...Read more
Is there a noticeable difference of the pain you have between having kidney stones vs some other type of kidney infection or problem?
I've never had an issue taking percocet, I have them for a kidney stone/infection. Now it's made me nauseous. Should I stop taking them?
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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