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Sharp ureter pain while sneezing? What does it explain? It is for more than 1 year, scanner and cysto normal, also pain in ureter when bladder is full
How do you know: it's the ureter? could be something else in the same region, there is an ovary, Fallopian tube, and other structures as ligaments, any increase in intraabdominal pressure would affect an already inflamed / congested organ. You need good assessment by a gynecologist. / urologist, good luck ...Read more
My husband has kidney stone that is in ureter the pain has moved down. Need the quickest way to make it pass?
Wife had sharp pain on left flank, took her to a&e .Next day did scan to show she had a stone about 7mm on right side in ureter, but pain on left.
Nephrolithiasis: May have passed the stone on the left, may be having referred pain, the pain could be due to something other than stones, the stone could have been missed by the imaging study. This question should go to the urologist evaluating the situation. Hope they are better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ureter cancer pain is only proclaimed due to obstruction and is like colic pain? an ultrasound can show any tumor in ureter?
My kidney stone is in the lower ureter. Minimal pain day3.?Whats the % it will pass on its own. Today feeling tingle penis pain, and urgency to pee.
Stone: If it is small enough and you drink plenty of fluid it should pass ...Read more
I have non obstructive renal calculi between 3 to 4mm. Will i know if it blocks the ureter? I get pain around twice a day which last less than a min.
See below: You may not know if the stone blocks the ureter. It would be prudent to consult a urologist to see if it would be feasible to remove the stones endoscopically. In the mean time drink plenty of water daily. ...Read more
Was Dx'd with double ureters as a child, just found out now, have right sided flank pain and upper right abd pain, had GB out, still pain, ureter issu?
Ureter duplication: Double ureters or ureteral dupilcation does not in itself cause pain. However, you probably should be evaluated for ureteral stones, strictures, or infection. See your urologist to begin evaluation. ...Read more
4 mm stone in ureter . Symptoms bladder pain and spasms since early oct. On vesicare (solifenacin). How long shd i wait before cystoscopy? Will it pass with water?
6 weeks: It is always in your best interested to pass a stone on your own, but it is not good for your kidney to struggle to pass the stone for more than about 6 weeks. With the bladder symptoms it is probably all the way down to the bladder, but sometimes the last part can be the hardest for the stone. Unfortunately, drinking lots of water does not help to push out the stone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why when I wake up both side in lower abdomen (in pelvis) hurts is it my ureter ?? and the pain will be less when i sleep on my back ??? answerr pls
Ureters no: Pain is not from ureters.It is impossible to guess the cause of your pain.Please see a doctor for evaluation,physical examination,radiographic testing before diagnosis can be made and treatment initiated.Good luck.Salaaams. ...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
Would surgery to remove a ureter alleviate some flank pain due to double ureters that may be blocked?
Reconstructive surg.: Pain associated with a double ureter is due to obstruction or reflux (urine backing up from the bladder due to ureteral valve malfunction) or rarely a yo-yo effect within a y-shaped double ureter. Likely needs reconstruction. Repair + removal needed to bypass the double ureter could be part of the reconstruction. Ask urologist to draw diagram to explain procedure. Get second opinion if concerned. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a 5mm stone that is stuck in the ureter, just outside the bladder. It has caused mild hydronephrosis and hydro-ureter. I have no pain at all, just a slight "awareness" in my lower back.
1. How swiftly must this be addressed" days?
No rush, may pass: Most 5 mm ureteral stones pass spontaneously. Your symptoms are mild and you have had either a ct or a renal ultrasound & are under care so there is no immediate need for intervention. Urine should be filtered in case stone is passed. Studies can be repeated in 2 weeks, or sooner if symptoms increase, risk of renal damage is minimal. Stone can be removed later as needed.Ureter. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it possible for a kidney stone to be stuck in the lower portion of the ureter without inflicting any pain? Mine appears stuck(xray), w/ no symptoms?
Do you have kidney: stones or urinary tract infections? A chronic kidney infection can cause flank pain. Do you have pain urinating? Burning? A quick urine analysis can help rule out infections or blood (might be due to stones). Your primary care doc can usually do this test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What complication may lead a procedure of lithotripsy of 13 ml ureter stone coz severe pain developed in flank and irradiate to back ?
See answer : Most common complications of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) include: failure to completely fragment the stone or fragment(s) too big to pass that gets "stuck" in the ureter requiring additional procedures; obstruction of kidney and/or pain from stone fragments passing or getting "stuck" in ureter; blood in the urine; infection; and bleeding around the kidney. ...Read more
2 ureteroscopys &2 lithotripsys done.The last 1showed great scarring in ureter.Have constant flank pain.No help/relief from many drs.Help! Please!
Need more info: You have apparently had a workup by a urologist and I am surprised that you are still looking for a plan of more help. My advice is to get a second opinion and make an appointment with the head of urology at a large medical institution. That person will be able to secure a copy of all the tests that have been done and help you. It's the right thing to do,. ...Read more
Pain in my ureter, for 1 year, pain not awful but can feel it anytime, specially when i sneeze dr told me it could be hernia, CT scan resulted good?
Ureter: If the pain is in your ureter, and it has been ongoing for a year. It would be worth a visit to a urologist. ...Read more