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Kidney Stone And Vaginal Discharge
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
What does kidney stones, vaginal discharge, nails peeling off, back pain, nausea, headache, small bald spot, UTI during preg? Female age 21, 1 year after having a son, he too had a UTI after being born
Multiple symptoms: Your problems require only one thing go see your md you need a detailed history nd physical exam some blood screening tests and more than one visit you have far too many to be solved by paper guessing. ...Read more
My kidney stone is still causing pain in my side, but now is also causing pain in my labia/vaginal area. Does this mean the stone is traveling south?
Yes, probably in dis: As urinary calculi travel from the kidney to the bladder a transverse the theater which is a small tube. This tube is very efficient with passage of fluid but when stones her present symptoms typically arise. Installs get into the distal or lower third of the ureter hey can often cause referred pain to the genitalia as you are experiencing. Alpha blocker medications like Flomax (tamsulosin) may help you passed. ...Read more
I was diagonsed with kidney stones. I feel a knot in my vaginal area. Could this be a kidney stone?
Not likely but,,: It's unlikely this is a kidney stone. First it'd interfere with urination. Second, you'd have tremendous pain associated with a kidney stone here. Third, these usually are found in the ureters and the kidneys and are heralded by extreme pain here so they wouldn't likely get as far as the vaginal area. It'd still be advisable to see your Dr. About this as it might be something else. Good luck. ...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?
Dark grey stains on my depends pad after wearing for a few hours, clear vaginal discharge could I have a kidney problem as it is only when I have leak?
Had a stent put in due to kidney stone, 4 weeks later vaginal pain, also itchy, what to do? 4 weeks till stent is due to be removed.
Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but
certainly regardless of stent, vaginal yeast infection can cause pain/itch and over the counter cremes mostly effective. And stress/antibiotics trigger them.
fever/chills/sweats would indicate an emergency condition (infection). ...Read more
My father just passed a kidney stone in the hospital yesterday. Now he's 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 more
I had a stent put in because of a kidney stone. Recently after 4 weeks I'm having vaginal pain and discomfort, should I call my hospital?
Yes, ...: Do you still have the inserted stent in? If yes, a f/u &care for the stone (if not yet completely removed) and stent should be addressed timely. If stent is out and stone was removed completely, and there is no obstruction in ureter, the post-procedure pain should slowly go away, and still need to make sure of no UTI after procedures. So, call to clarify one way or the other. Best wish to you... ...Read more
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?
Lower right quad pelvic pain - intense and ongoing for 2+ weeks. Have had trans-vaginal U/S, ct-scans, kidney stone tests, etc. Normal. Is lap needed?
More? S than answers: A colonoscopy? If everything's normal, then maybe laparoscopy. But colonoscopy seems like the next logical step before slicing you open. What does the imaging show? What's your physician say? What do your blood tests show? Way too many unanswered questions. I don't even know your age? What do the physicians caring for you have concerns about? 2 weeks is not that long. Weight loss? Etc. ...Read more
Could a kidney stone have passed and redeposited itself in my vagina my husband said he feels something small like sharp glass during intercoursel?
It is very unlikely for the urinary stone to get into your vagina let alone sit there. You may wish to see your gynecologist for an examination to ascertain the cause of your husbands feeling.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Iv got lower back pain and keep getting bad vaginal discharge, sometimes it's smelly other times its not, help me?
Can lower back injury cause brown/black clotty vaginal discharge er won't do scans and now I am bleeding today injury happened 3 days ago no scan take?
Depends on accurate: This depends on an accurae diagnosis. Back pain is not the cause of the bleeding but the cause of the back pain may be related to it. You need to have your physician have yous see a gynecologist. This is not a problem that the ER can clarify - you need to see your gynecologist who is a speciasit for this problem ...Read more
I am an 18 year old female and I am having uncomfortable lower back pain, and maybe unusual vaginal discharge?
INFECTION: You need checkup. Pelvic inflammatory disease has to be ruled out because of your symptoms. Antibiotics have to be given. Diagnostic workup should be done for other problems. ...Read more
White and watery vaginal discharge, lower back pain, irregular menstration, pain before and after menstrations.
If you had sex, then: You could be pregnant. Your presentation and symptoms suggest that possibility. Home urine pregnancy test is a good way to know. See your doctor if you want a blood test. I would start taking prenatal vitamins. Also do not take drugs, drink alcohol, or smoke. Stay healthy. Best wishes to you! ...Read more
What is the cause for lower back pain. Lower abdomen pain, and pain during sex and vaginal discharge?
PID?: These symptoms are concerning for pelvic inlammatory disease, which needs to be evaluated by your doctor or in the er asap! ...Read more
78 yrs old with multiple lithotipsys. Is now experiencing a yellow vaginal disharge can this be related to kidney stones?
Yes: Terminal ureter is very close to upper vagina. Obstructing ureteral stone lying right next to vagina can certainly cause severe vaginal pain which will be relieved once stone has either passed or been removed. ...Read more
Proximity of ureter: Terminal ureter is very close to upper vagina. Obstructing ureteral stone lying right next to vagina can certainly cause severe vaginal pain which will be relieved once stone has either passed or been removed. ...Read more
I'm unclear: Do you mean white discharge from the urethra or vagina? ...Read more
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
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 more
Pink or white stone like objects came I believe out of my vaginal entrance size of peanuts maybe or a pea. They feel like rocks not kidney stones idt
Vaginal stones: Primary vaginal stones form from the deposition of urinary salts as a result of urinary leakage in association with fistulas that develop after trauma, or scarring after injury or surgery; or other urological conditions such as ectopic vaginal ureter; neurogenic bladder;, urethral diverticulum or vaginal outlet obstruction. Save the stone and make an appointment with a Urogynecologist ...Read more
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
Since 2 days, when I go to pass urine, it has been coming out v v slowly. In a tiny way. Even when I put prressure it comes out in a tiny thread. And this happens when I have urge to urinate. No itching no discharge. However I had kidney stones 6 months back
Concerning.: A couple of things come to mind: there can be something obstructing or compressing the urethra. Sometimes medications can cause difficulty urinating like your describing. It can be a urinary tract infection. Finally, neurologic problems can cause this. You really need to get evaluated by your physician and have a thorough exam and urine test. ...Read more
Waiting for STD results. Had unprotected sex weeks ago. No discharge, odor, or sores. As I pee very painful tip of penis. Likely kidney stones? ATI?
A few possibilities: "Weeks ago" is too long a delay in symtoms for most STDs. Probably you mean UTI, not ATI. Non-STD urinary tract infections are rare at your age, although possible especially if you had anal sex. Gonorrhea is possible, but usually has prominent pus discharge. Maybe herpes, but usually only with obviously visible blisters/sores. Stone passage may be possible. Hang in there, work with doctor. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Making existing stones disappear or preventing stone recurrence has always excited the patients with urinary stones, but there has been no constant reliable remedies for these goals, but keeping urine diluted to impossibly form stone crystals in kidneys and decreasing oral consumption of salt, red meats, & dairy products by >50% could make a difference in reducing stone recurrence. More? Ask Doc.. ...Read more
Probable PNL: 2x1 CM stone is quite large and best managed by percuteous nephro-lithotripsy. This will involve having a tube placed in the kidney by urologist or interventional radiologist. Then nephroscope is passed thru tube and kidney is broken up by laser or lithoclst. Your stone is certainly to big for ureteroscopic lithotripsy and larger than recommendations for shockwave lithotripsy (most non-invasive). ...Read more
Location dependent: Dependent on the location of the stone. Stone inside the kidney are usually asymptomatic unless they move. In the proximal ureter the usually case back/flank pain and the stone moves done the ureter the pain may become more abdominal and refer to the groin as it gets closer to the bladder. ...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
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
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