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Is A Urethral Discharge A Symptom Of Kidney Stones
I had a mesh implanted for prolapse and ever since I have trouble Voiding...I've had kidney stones but now have discharge from urethra is this a bad s?
S/p MESH discharge: Follow up with your doctor today you may have an infection. ...Read more
Urethral discharge is the abnormal appearance of fluid from the urethra, primarily due to infection. The fluid may be thin (serous) or thick (mucopurulent), depending on the type and severity of inflammation or infection. It is commonly associated with stds such as gonorrhea or chalmydia, or utis where the bladder urine or prostate are infected. It is usually accompanied ...Read more
I keep getting stabbing pains from ribs down to urethra and uti symptoms, usually around my period. Could kidney stones be effected by my period?
Probably not, but...: It is less likely to feel the described pain + UTI-like symptoms simultaneously at period. But, something can be done correctly for good care by following suggestion/instruction described in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & http://www.formefirst.com/TroublingVoiding-Men.html. Thereby you gain insight on how to work closer with doc to reach right diagnosis/care. ...Read more
Water: The best way to prevent damage from kidney stones is preventign them therefore drinking atleast 2 to 3 liters of water will help. If you already have stones, the majority of them are small and will pass through the bladder and urethra without causing any damage. However if you have large stones that are painful, it will require the help of a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By urinating: Drink lots of fluids and let nature take her course. At least for a woman, you're only dealing with a 1" urethra. Men have to pass through the prostatic portion and a 6" length of penile urethra! ...Read more
Is it possible to feel a kidney stone (large enough to be stuck in the ureters) exit the urethra in females?
Kidney stone stuck in urethra 3 days.Small 3-4mm. I've had 5-6mm stones exit no problem. Solution? When do I need to see urologist?
I saw something weird come out near my clitoral area. It looked like a kidney stone but was soft & nowhere near urethra. I had a kidney stone 1yr ago.
May be just smegma..: What described strongly suggests the presence of so-call smegma which is the "concrete" of solidifying the shed-ed skin keratin like that in the men with tight long foreskin. In females, its appearance is more prominent if the hood of clitoris is more pronounced. Just gently flush and clean it. And note: its unique smell is normally expected. More on life? To www.Formefirst.Com to explore.. Best. ...Read more
I'm unclear: Do you mean white discharge from the urethra or vagina? ...Read more
Hi I'm 34 year old female and I have a large kidney stone( 8.1 mm) and I have brown discharge..is the because of the kidney stone?
I have a 5mm kidney stone. I'd like to know when, during elimination, will it be the most painful? Ureteter, bladder or urethra? I'm a male.
Here are some...: If a 5-mm stone is inside kidney and not moving, you unlikely have pain. A stone of such size poses low odd for spontaneous passage, prior stone passage will help decide if worthwhile to act or wait. If act and it is visible with x-ray, shock wave may disintegrate it; if not visible or in ureter or still in kidney, holmium laser through urehtra and ureter is the choice, Remember nothing is free... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can kidney stone with 8mmx4mm in urethral (between bladder and kidney) dissolve with medicines.? Or any procedure is required. I don't have much pa
No: If it is uric acid it can be dissolved.Uric acid stone does not show on plain xray but if you have history of uric acid stones,sodium bicarbonate to raise pH may dissolve stone.Most stones are calcium oxalate and cannot be dissolved.A stone that is 8X4mm is unlikely to pass on its own.Endoscopic procedure is advisable.Make sure you follow with your urologist.Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a kidney stone stuck at the very tip of my urethra about a quarter inch from the head it's been stuck there now for three days cannot pass it t?
See a urologist: You need to be evaluated. If you can not pass it, it can lead to not passing urine, which can lead to hydronephrosis. Not to mention pain and infection. In the mean time, drink plenty of water and if you aren't able to urinate at all, or pain is too severe, go to ER. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurrent uti's why could this be? Tried everything. Is it normal to just be prone? Also this time brown discharge. history of kidney stones
Need ua c&s: You need to have a urine analysis with culture and sensitivity. Also, pelvic ultrasound. Did you ever have abdominal or pelvic surgery. If so, your at risk for other problems. Well then once you have identified the causative organism, you can begin treatment. I am not sure you would benefit from bladder training. Any problems found on imaging will need followed. ...Read more
My father just passed a kidney stone in the hospital yesterday. Now hes discharged and feels nauseous te next is that anything to worry about ?
Not necessarily: He still may have significant residual irritation of the genitourinary tract after passing a stone which can cause pain and subsequent nausea(like when you've been hit in the stomach). I would watch for persistent nausea, the inability to tolerate eating/drinking, progressive pain, fevers, chills or soaking sweats. When in doubt, don't hesitate to contact your father's doctor. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Found out I have a kidney stone about 5 days ago. Still haven't passed n in a lot of pain tonight and urethra has constant sharp pain. Go to er?
How do I prevent kidney stones. This is my second one. Thought i passed it at the hospital and was discharged but now having more pain.
Seek evaluation.: If you have recurrent stones, see a urologist for evaluation. In general: 1) increase fluid intake up to 2l of water/day. 2) follow a low salt diet, which lowers calcium in the urine. 3) reduce dietary protein, to lower calcium & oxalate in the urine. 4) do not restrict dietary calcium, but stick to the usrda. If you continue to recur, a metabolic workup by a urologist might be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
The canal through which urine exits the bladder, discharging the urine externally. In men, it is about 20-cm long with a membranous, prostatic, bulbar, and pendulous segments ending at the glans penis; it gives passage to the spermatic fluid as well as urine. In the female, the urethra is about 4 cm long & in close relation with the anterior ...Read more
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