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Kidney Stones Dark Urine
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. ..
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Ureteroscopic Kidney stone removal 10 days ago. 39.8 temp and rapid heartbeat, plus urine dark red again. Double J stent fitted. What could be causing?
Infection: You likely have an infection in your kidney and around the stent you should be seen today by your urologist, or if they are not available, at the emergency department.
3+ hematuria, dark yellow urine colour clears after drink a lot of water renal us clear no kidney stones prostate size normal no wbcs in urine?
Wisdom tooth removal & dc gave me amoxicillin & metronidazole. I got back pain in left side & dark yellow urine. Is it kidney stone or medicine effect?
Sharp pain in right kidney when I pee, cloudy dark urine no matter how much I drink, constant thirst, etc. Infection or stones?
Hard to tell: More likely infection but cannot rule out a stone. Either will do this and it could be both, also. Urinalysis is an easy way to distinguish. Either way need to see a provider to have appropriate management. If your ct is relatively recent you can trust it in ruling out stone disease. Then infection is probable.
Yes: Depends where the kidney stone is. If it is in the renal pelvis or bladder and not sufficiently irritating the lining of the kidney, ureter (kidney to bladder), urethra (bladder to outside), there may be no visible blood. Often, a simple urine dip test done in your physicians office will be able to detect microscopic blood in your urine. Are you having flank pain or painful urination? See your doc.
Stones: No, stones do not affect urine production. However increasing your fluid intake and increasing your urine production can help prevent stones from forming and help pass stones that you may have.
I have kidney stones and noticed a tiny black speck in my urine several times. I drink lots of water should I be alarmed??
Save "speck": The black "specks" could be small blood clots or pieces of stone. It would help if you save one of these to have these tested. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Can't hold urine, always same amount. Had tests its not UTI or kidney stones. What could it be I'm 26 & worried. Thankyou?
I had blood in my urine could it be that I'm taking calcium? I also had pain on my right upper back I was told it was kidney stone. Is this true?
Is that so?: If an imaging study was performed that showed you have a kidney stone, then that's probably why you have the blood in your urine. If there's no imaging study, you don't know if it's a kidney stone or not, and getting imaged would probably be worthwhile. Why are you taking calcium? I can't recommend it as a general 'women's health' measure especially if there's a question of nephrolithiasis.
Monthsago had surgery to remove kidney stone and still get foam in my urine. Especially when I hold it. Is that normal? (big mocha+caffiene drinker)
Unrelated: What you are seeing is likely normal. Passing foamy urine now and then is normal, for the speed of urination and other factors can influence this. But you should see your doctor if you have persistently foamy urine that becomes more noticeable over time. This can be a sign of protein in your urine (proteinuria), which requires further evaluation.
I have blood in my urine from kidney stones. I've been bleeding almost every other day for the past 9 days with little to no pain. Is this normal?
Blood urine stones?: 42 M: I have blood in my urine from kidney stones. I've been bleeding almost every other day for the past 9 days with little to no pain. Is this normal? ANS: it is never normal to have blood in your urine. How do you know it is from the stones? Make a note of the bleeding in the urine. Is it at the start of peeing only, throughout peeing. Clots in urine? Pain? Please let your Dr. Know.
I had a kidney stones removal procedure for and a touch was inserted, and after about two months suddenly having blood in the urine. What happened?
Urologist has answer: Many things could have happened. Maybe another stone, maybe an infection, etc. However, regardless of the possible cause, you need to go back straight to the urologist. The urologist will be the only one who will be able to figure this out. Best wishes, ariel.See 1 more doctor answer
25 yr old male has had kidney stones and is experiencing similar pain. Ultrasound & urine showed no stones. Pain is getting worse. Other possibility?
Maybe more imaging: CT scan of abdomen without contrast adminstration is more sensitive for detecting small stones than ultrasound. CT with contrast could demonstrate other causes of pain.
I have had a UTI for a week, my urine is different with white tissue floating particules. I have a history of kidney stones could that be something?
Hard to tell: A urinary tract infection can cause sediment to form in the urine from break down of infection fighting cell, dead bacteria and bladder lining that was damaged by the infection. I would recommend completing your course of antibiotics and drinking large amounts of water to help flush this sediment out of your bladder. I don't think related to your history of kidney stones. But ask your md.
I have kidney stones of 3.4 n 3.8mm. In 1st urine test albumin is +, and after 10 days again it show albumin is traced... Is it normal or any serious?
Here are some...: Most likely, the trace- (+) finding of albumin is not clinically significant, i.e., not serious, but annual urinalysis for next 3-5 yrs as follow-ups for comparison is reasonable. As to the kidney stone of 3.4x3.8 mm, you may leave it alone as long as not bothering you since the odd to pass a stone of this size is high. More? Ask treating doc for personal specific counseling timely.
I keep having alot of UTIs and recently they told me they found Ecoli in my urine. I also have lots of kidney stones could that be a cause of infecti?
Kidney stone and UTI: Kidney stone and infection may fuel each other.
Lately I've been having pain in my lower back. I've had kidney stones, but have changed my diet to prevent them. My urine has felt hot a few times too?
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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