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Trouble With Slow Urination Kidney Stone
4mm kidney stone in bladder severe pain when flow of urine slows down. Drinkin lots of water. When should stone pass on its own?
Bladder stone: No telling how long. 4mm stone should pass but will be painful. If you do not pass it in next 5-7 days, discuss urologist going and getting it with a scope. Best of luck with this. OUCH!! Dr R ...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
Kidney stones: For sure you have to be worried because if there is an obstruction secondary to the stone this might lead to kidney damage and with time might lead to chronic renal insuficiency and eventually to kidney failure if repetitive obstructions are neglected. Please seek medical attention asap. ...Read more
Can a kidney stone randomly break apart into teeny tiny black pieces and come out randomly when you urinate?
Yes: They may occasionally break up but more likely they are other very small stones that are being passed. ...Read more
I passed a 2mm kidney stone yesterday and now today seem to have frequent urination with what seems like very little flow. Is this normal?
I have a kidney stone that is in my kidney and I feel like I have the constant need to urinate but only a little comes out. Is this normal?
Possible infection: Constant urgency to 'use the bathroom' is a sign of an urinary tract infection (u.T.I.). It is best to get seen, provide a urine sample (ua) and get treated. If a kidney stone is 'still in the kidney' it should not cause any symptoms. Only when a stone leaves the kidney and gets 'stuck' in the ureter (duct to bladder) then it can cause pain/bleeding. Hope you are better. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Non-moving stones inside kidneys wouldn't induce pain or infection... until their distal move to cause ureteral blockage with or without superimposed UTI. But usually the patient has no urinary symptoms until the stone passes down to the very lower ureter +/- UTI. To sort these things out in detail, seeking pro-evaluation and counseling will help you. ...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
I passed a kidney stone this morning and now cannot urinate. I've hydrated. First ever stone. No insurance.
Urinary retention: Urinary retention is an emergency. If you can't pee, go to the E.R. If you can't urinate, the bladder will continue to fill and the discomfort will gradually progress into pain that usually becomes excruciating. The E.R. May do a ct scan to evaluate the kidney stone issue as well. With issues like this, you should try to get insured. Ask to see a social worker while in the E.R. ...Read more
I m suffering nocturnal urination all the time. I urinate for every 15mints before sleep. Is this due to my kidney stone or something else?
Check with your doc:
This may be from too much fluid.
Most importantly, once you sleep you wake up to urinate? If so see your doc asap, this may be serious, such as high sugar. If you sleep through without urination you have probably something not serious.
Stones cause pain and usually not urination. Hopefully your doc will find everything normal. Good luck. ...Read more
What happens if you don't pass a kidney stone? I have had no pain no problems urinating it's been about a year. What happens to the stone?
Was diagnosed with kidney stone about 2 weeks ago and I still haven't passed it, suddenly it is painful when I'm close to done urinating, why?
How log does it take to pass a small kidney stone? I have been dealing with the pain for over a week to a week and a half ago. I urinate frequently.
Not predicted: When the stone traps in a narrow spot in urinary tract it causes pain. With drinking 2-3 lit of water and liquid over night and day and diuretic use with ample walking may washed out or just displaced to a bigger area that doesn't cause pain and stay there for a while. The stone analysis helps to choose the proper diet and medication to prevent recurrence. Noninvasive intervention may be needed. ...Read more
Hi I recently have had bleeding every time I urinate this lasted about 2 weeks, prior to this my back was hurting very bad. Can a kidney stone caus?
Blood in urine: There are many causes of blood in the urine. Usually painful urination and be secondary to a urinary tract infection as well as kidney stones. If valuation usually begins with a urine specimen collection. Also can include imaging of the kidneys with a ultrasound or CAT scan. Depending on your other risk factors for cancer, such as smoking. Is urologic evaluation for cystoscopy maybe recommended. ...Read more
Does having a kidney stone make you urinate more frequently? I feel I have to with and without the flowmax.
If my kidney stone is close to my bladder is the painful part over with? Or will it be just as bad to urinate it?
Can't say: Well it depends on the size of the stone. Drink much water to flush it down. ...Read more
Had a kidney stone removed 3 days ago. Every time I urinate there is blood in the urine and it's very painful. Is this normal?
Hi, I have this pain below in my right rib. Maybe in the kidney part.? Like its on/off pain. Is this most likely kidney stone? I urge to urinate.
How long does it take for a kidney stone to pass, mine was noticed in february this year and its still there, as of the last few days I've had to urinate more than usual?
It varies a lot: It may take days, weeks, month, years or never for a stone to pass. It really depends on the size of the stone. Ultrasound waves can be used to break up large stones to help them pass. You may want to check with a urologist and have an ultrasound image taken of the kidney, urether, and bladder to reevaluate the stone size. Ct scan can also give information on the stone. ...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
I had a kidney stone removed yesterday and there is a stent inside is it noal to have pain when I urinate?
I have the urgency to urinate, but I don't have to pee. Also burns while I pee. What could it be?? I just had a kidney stone 2 weeks ago.
What happens if you have a kidney stone, have severe pain when urinating and bladder does not empty all the way?
They said my kidney stone is close to my bladder how long will it take for me to urinate it out? & is it normal for urine to burn at end?
Kidney stones: A majority of kidney stones will pass on their own. If you were told that it is close to your bladder, it means it has already traveled most of the way out. So it should be just another day or two. In the meantime to have some burning with urination is normal. If the stone does not pass after 2 weeks, you may need to see a specialist for assistance. ...Read more
My son has a 4mm kidney stone. He is paralyzed from the waist down and must cath to urinate. Will a 4mm stone pass thru a 16french catheter?
I have cysts in both kidneys & a kidney stone fused to my kidney. I have blood in my urine & now only urinating 1 time a day. Should I worry?
Need evaluation: You have not provided any information about your renal function. With as many things as you have listed, it would be prudent to discuss the matter with your doctor, the sooner the better. ...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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