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Pain Urethra Kidney Stent Ureteroscopy
I have excruciating pain in left urethra and kidney. I had stent installation after ureteroscopy. Is this normal?
Sometimes: About 10% of patients can have extreme discomfort and/or bladder spasms from a jj stent. Should not need to be in place for very long after ureteroscopy so your urologist can probably should remove it now. It could possibly be replaced by a shorter stent if you still need to have one in place. ...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
Fri. Got ureteroscopy & no stone was found dr said i mustve passed it.I still have lower back and flank pain and I have a stent did i really pass it?
Possibly: While it is possible that you passed the stone before the procedure, it is also possible that the stone was pushed back into the kidney during the ureteroscopy. Suspicion of this maybe the reason that the stent was placed. In all likelihood your current symptoms are from the mere presence of the stent. ...Read more
If i had a kidney stone on my kidney stent and it was removed would they take the stones out at the same time?
Usually, yes, but...: at times the final decision is made during the procedures depending on residual stone load, the complexity of original procedures, professional proficiency, etc. So. ask your urologist for individual pertinent consideration & possible decision. More? Contact me at www.Healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in for appointments. ...Read more
Depends: Life long (in kidney artery) or usually three months or longer depending on type of stent (in the ureter) and also depends on reason for stent, but is it in kidney artery or ureter as kidney doesn't really need stents unless kidney artery is tightly narrow or unless ureter is blocked due to some condition! ...Read more
Stent removal: Not all urologists give sedation for stent removal. If it is given, it's usually conscious sedation with versed. ...Read more
My kidney stent started comimg out on its own. Can that be because of drinking 2 pints of vodka? If not that, why could it be?
I doubt your stent: is coming out because of the vodka, though in general alcohol intake promotes dehydration and may also promote more frequent urination. Not sure why your stent was placed...? kidney stones. Presume it was due to come out shortly anyway. Would certainly contact your Urologist to see if early removal/intervention is warranted. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Are they supposed to put you to sleep during a kidney stent ? I hear yes but I only got a shot and was awake . It was torture.
Anesthesia varies: For placement of a ureteral stent, a variety of anesthetics can be used. If a kidney stone needs to be treated prior to stent placement then a general anesthetic is typically used. If a stent alone needs to be placed, sedation is often used. In your case, the stent may needed to have been placed emergently/urgently, necessitating less anesthesia. Talk to your urologist about this. ...Read more
Unknown: Ask the urologist who placed it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly: Any patient with a kidney that has a stent or a 'foreign body' in place may experience bleeding. The concern is how much? Discuss with your urologist how much bleeding you are having and what might be the causes--which are many. ...Read more
Yes: I don' see why not?Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually a week: In general your renal arteries 'recover' right away, e.g. If you had renal hypertension due to stenosis it is resolved with the percutaneous revascularization. The recovery is for the groin access: most people stay overnight and restrict (some) activities for 1-2 weeks. A week is usually sufficient. Everyone is different. Follow your doctor's instructions. ...Read more
Kidney stent procedure - how long is the average hospital stay for a kidney stent implant?How long do you need to stay out of work?
Varies: If you have not had a lot of complications and the stent procedure is elective, you may not even need to stay in the hospital. It is not uncommon to stay a day though. You can usually work right away, but it depends on whether you develop any pain, which will vary person to person. ...Read more
I had my kidney stent and stone removed but I am experiencing extreme pain where it was previously. Is this normal? painkillers not helping
Swollen eyes after stent ureteral stent placement? It's my 3rd day after getting kidney stones out. Stent out in 2 days.
For the left urethra at the bladder with blockage from kidney stone or scare tissue from past ureteroscopies have a stent or resection as a choise ?
Here are some ...: How to manage the blockage at the ending part of left ureter by the scar after ureteroscopic stone procedures relies on the degree and length of the scar and the balance between medical necessity and professional possibility. At that level, options of care may range from doing nothing or incision + a period of stent or permanent stent with regular change 2-3 times yearly or surgical correction... ...Read more
I have been in pain for the past year because of kidney infections and I have a urethral stent in and I'm I'm so much pain one with other things?
Pain: Am sorry for your severe discomfort, but there is no answer for this over the internet. Go back and discuss this with your urologist. Best wishes. ...Read more
Ureteral: You are referring to a ureteral stent. It is placed through a cystoscope.How do you know this is what you need. If you know you have a stone go to a urologist. ...Read more
Here are some...: I assume you underwent some procedures for ureteral blockage usually by stone or tumor or ...Almost all patients after stents will experience irritative voiding symptoms like UTI simulating UTI and UA will always show pus cells like those from UTI. Such patients are treated symptomatically with or without antibiotics. For individual care, ask the treating doc timely. Best wishes... ...Read more
Hematuria: If the bleeding is due to the procedure and stent, then it shouldn't take too long. ...Read more
Urologist wants ureteroscopy for 4mm kidney stone after 2 wks w/o passing. Pain rarely, but never terrible. Should I ask to wait? How long is safe?
Is ureteroscopy a painful thing to go through. I have a 2mm kidney stone. Its in my left kidney. Its moved a lot its lower down my back.
This treatment for many stones involves using a small scope to look into the ureter (kidney tube). The stone can be either removed or broken up with a laser.
After surgery there may or may not be a stent. This is a thin, soft plastic tube to keep the ureter from closing. Either way, you can expect some burning with peeing, urgency/frequency to peeing, mild pain in the side or blood in the urine. ...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
A ureteroscopy is performed in the operating room with general or spinal anesthesia to inspect the ureter for tumor or stones. A small, flexible, fiberoptic ureteroscope is introduced into the bladder, through the ureteral orifice, then up the ureter toward the kidney. A camera captures the image and displays it on a ...Read more
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