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Kidney Stones Burning Urination Ureter
It has been extremely difficult for me to urinate for AT LEAST a few months now. It has increasingly gotten worse. I've had UTIs and kidney stones, but this is different. My urine is clear and there's no burning. It's gotten so difficult that I have to le
MaybeABladderStone: This question is best answered by a Urologist after he has spoken with and then examined you.Three months is just a little to long to have a problem like this, especially in a female.You say you don't think you have an infection. OK,But you sure are a set-up for one.Urine stagnating in the bladder is ripe for bacteria.You could have an anatomic problem or a neurologic problem. Who knows. See a doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning urination is a general descriptive term denoting an over-sensitized state of urethral lining secondary to injury by inflammation from bacterial UTI or STD-related urethritis or physical trauma, and its severity may range from just feeling a tad of irritation on urine flowing passage to unbearable pain leading to inability to relax to pee. In short, it is ...Read more
Possibly: Yes, it is possible. It depends on the size of the stone that was passed and the amount of irritation that it caused during its passage. Some stones have a very rough texture. ...Read more
Is it possible to have a kidney stone with no blood in your urine? Cat Scan shows slightly dilated ureter but no stone shows. I only symptom I have
Yes possible: Yes it is possible. Or it's possible that you have already passed the stone. Certain smaller stones are hard to see on the CT. ...Read more
I have a stuck 3x7mm kidney stone in lower ureter(minimal/rare pain). Urine flows through. Can drinking lemon juice break up stone over time?
Depends on the stone: Depending on the chemical composition of the stone (such as calcium oxalate), lemon juice might help slightly, but probably not enough to dissolve the stone. If the stone is made of uric acid, lemon juice won't help. You may need lithotripsy (shock waves) or a cystoscopy to manually remove the stone if it doesn't eventually pass. If the stone is blocking the ureter, it could damage the kidney. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
About a week ago I went to the doctor for a UTI, then I passed a kidney stone, now I still have burning, and frequent urination, but it's not cloudy.
Lower to middle back pain. Hurts when I urinate. After urination my penis is still burning. Looks like a bulge in the shaft now. Kidney stone?
Uti/ kidney stones: Kidney stones can definitely cause UTI's and life threatening kidney infections. They can also cause, when fragments are excreted, urethritis or inflammation of the urethral mucosa that may cause symptoms as described. Abdominal pain, persistence of symptoms, fever, nausea/ vomiting among others, would be alarm signs for a possible evolving infection. ...Read more
Sixty yr old man, chronic bph, kidney stone 4 months ago. Burning distal penis, freq urge and painful urination made worse by running and tennis good ?
See a urologist. : Pain at the tip of the penis is usually pain referred from the bladder or bladder neck. Painful urination, increased frequency, and voiding difficulty can come any number of your urologic issues, such as bph, bladder stones, or a urinary tract infection. See a urologist for a full evaluation. When a diagnosis is made, many things can be done to offer significant relief. Good luck. ...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