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Symptoms Of Kidney Stone Rumbling Side
I have a kidney stone in the right kidney. It's been 6 days since I started having symptoms tonight my body aches severely and now my left side hurts.
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
Been to GP and have a small kidney stone. I want to know why the pain is in the left side of my stomach and not my back. What are other symptoms?
Kidney vs ureter: A small stone in the kidney typically does not cause any pain. A small stone in the ureter may cause pain anywhere from the back to the genital area in the front depending on position. ...Read more
What would cause a dull ache upper left side had a kidney stone blasted month ago and no other symptoms, no nausea peeing fine? Why 3 days now?
Kidney stone: You may be passing a stone fragment from the eswl done a month ago. You can pass stone fragments for several months. See the urologist who performed the procedure, he may do x-rays. ...Read more
Pain, blood in urine: The typical presentation of a kidney stone is one sided flank pain that radiates into the groin with blood in the urine. That being said, having to go frequently, pelvic pain, back pain, and vomiting are all signs and symptoms of kidney stones. You may only detect the blood microscopically or it may be obvious. Sometimes there is no blood in the urine. ...Read more
Lumbar pain, minimal day pain, intense at night and early morning. No trauma, fever, or trouble urinating, no other symptoms of kidney stone.
Tough one: I'm often faced w/ pts. W/ AM & PM pain, but little during day. Should still make sure there's not another problem like UTI. Barring that, most frequent cause is neurologic or musculoskeletal. Not enough space, here, but tiredness increases lumbar pain (tired muscles) & muscles tighten during sleep if nerves inflamed, ligaments torn or vertebral dysf. Osteopathic exam/manipulaton/prolotherapy ...Read more
Pain: Depends. Sometimes are symptom free for years but if they start to move from kidney down the ureter people can experience intense pain that can come and go but usually some degree of continuous pain. As the stone move down toward the bladder the pain may change from the midback area moving down toward the bladder. People say this is one of the worst pains. Go to er or see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Flank pain: Usually flank pain on one side, blood in the urine, and occasionally some nausea and difficulty peeing. People who have never had a kidney stone should get checked out by their doctor to make sure the diagnosis is correct. People who have these regularly usually recognize them and know what to do. Anyone with fevers, extreme pain, or symptoms that last longer than a day or two should see a doc. ...Read more
See below: Kidney stones may not cause symptoms until they move around or into the ureters. Pain is typically on the side (flank) and radiate to the groin, comes in wave & fluctuates in intensity (so called renal colic), or painful urination. Fevers & chills may occur if there is infection. The urine may change in color (pink, red, brown), becomes cloudy or foul smelling. ...Read more
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Varies: Kidneys stones usually don't hurt unless they move around or go down into the ureters. When they obstruct the ureters, pain can comes and goes, usually in the flank & fluctuates in intensity. Pain may worsen with urination. Fevers & chills may occur with infection. Nausea and vomitting may happen. ...Read more
Same: The pluming sytem and symptoms are same. ...Read more
If small: Enough they will probably send you home drinking fluids and stone will pass on its own, possibly feeling the pain pass from your lower back anterior as it passes. Severe pain and nausea associated, medications will be provided. ...Read more
Most people who 'pass' a stone have symptoms and they are often quite severe.
Abdominal pain, flank pain, urinary frequency and sometimes burning.
If the stones are very small like grains of sand it is possible no symptoms or very minor burning at most. All people should be encouraged to drink adequate fluids who are at risk or who have a diagnosis of kidney stones. ...Read more
Pain on the left side, I presume in the flank, may be due to another new stone on the left or be unrelated i.e. Due to a muscular or skeletal cause.
See your doctor for a diagnosis of your pain. ...Read more
Kidney stone pain: Typically, pain related to a kidney stone remains on one side, although it can radiate down into the pelvis and lower urinary area. ...Read more
Something else?: Gallstones? Right kidney infection? Need to get evaluated. Having a left kidney stone does not immunize you from other problems. You are at higher risk for developing stones on the left side too! ...Read more
Need specific...: To me, the question is not specific for answering to the point. Generally, the stone-related pain is caused by local tissue irritation and blockage of urine flow, and typically characterized with its erratic degree, duration, and interval of sudden-onset pain on the same side with radiating pain to groin and genital region of the same side as it moves through ureter hopefully into the bladder. ...Read more
Several things: There is no one definitive symptom, but things like back pain pr "flank" pain, dysuria (painful urination), hematuria (bleeding in your urine), urgency (feeling the need to urinate), frequency (urinating often), fever possibly if the stone is causing an infection. Sometimes pain may be referred to the abdominal area. Get a good exam with testing if you think you have kidney stones. Good luck. ...Read more
What does it mean if I still have pain on my lower right side, after passing a tiny kidney stone?
Another stone?: Possibilities include another stone, residual injury, or kidney infection. Check with your doc who may do another ultrasound and urinalysis. ...Read more
My friend affect kidney stone right side kidney stone size17.5mm and 16.6mm its any affect to kidney?
Kidney stone: These stones are large enough to not pass through the ureter easily -and thus can obstruct the ureter. This would cause pain and loss of kidney function. These stones should be removed or broken up. Then the friend requires a metabolic work up to determine why these stones are forming and commence preventative therapy. Essential is to drink 4 liters fluid per day. ...Read more
I'm only 19 but I think I might have a kidney stone. Is this possible at my age and what are the symptoms?
Very very RARE: Any thing is possible, lumber pain, blood in urine many uti. ...Read more
I have pains that come and go in my back on right side only in kidney area...Could it be something other than kidney stone?
Definitely: Kidney stone pain may come and go but typically does not. Abnormalities in the abdomen may have what's called "referred pain, " so gallbladder, bowel, female organs, and even appendix related inflammation or infection may radiate so that the pain is not localized. This should be evaluated by a health care provider. ...Read more
Have got kidney stone measuring 0.5mm. Is it big size as the pain keeps coming and going on my side. Is the size big to worry of?
Small ones are more: Likely to induce pain. Why? Because stone surfaces are composed of crystals with sharp surgaces plus ureters are typcally both very sensitive to irritation & constrict in response to pain, thus visious cycle. Big stones in renal pelvis do not readily enter ureters. Small stones more easily pass into ureters. Always catch stone to identify which of 4 types with goal to help prevent recurrances. ...Read more
I had a kidney stone on 8-13 and now I'm having the same symptoms, could I have a kidney stone again so soon? Its been less than 6 months.
Yes: Unfortunately, kidney stones can recur often and frequently. It is important to know if you have a reason for stones-that can include certain chemicals out of balance like calcium, or infections. The most important treatment for any type of stone is to drink lots of water. You want to keep the urine from concentrating which can help stones form. Try 8-12 glasses daily although no study on exact amount. ...Read more
I was diagnose with a kidney stone on my left side over a year ago I never passed it I've been having frequent pain in that area what should I do?
If the kidney stone: Is well within the substance of the kidney it is unlikely you will pass it and if it is small it shouldn't be causing the symptoms you describe. A repeat CT without contrast should settle the issue. ...Read more
Obstructing 4mm kidney stone & hydros. Symptoms gone 24 days, but no passage. Pain recurred yesterday & persistent. Same stone? Cause for concern?
Kidney stone: You need to see your doctor. Stones are tricky and unpredictable. They can also have serious complications so get an appointment with your doctor very soon and have this checked out. ...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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