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Uric Acid Can Cause Gallstones And Cholelithiasis Is This True
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I have gallstone in left ureter with size 10 mm and attached lab test I have increasing in (uric acid, cholesterol ,pressure) my my wight is 133 my hight 189cm I feel after eat lunch like fish or chicken some paints and exhostic plz what I do to a
Get it out: Hi,the 10mm stone in your left ureter has a zero percent chance of passing on its own.You need to have it addressed by a urologist SOON because you can develop serious infection in the kidney. You are also in pain.The high uric acid should also be addressed.Salaams. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it true that if u've had ur gallbladder removed due to gallstones that u can't take most pain meds such as narcotics as it'd cause some type probs?
Diagnosed w gallstones thru ultrasound but now ordered for HIDA scan? Is it true that this scan could cause severe gallbladder attack or move stones?
Maybe: A HIDA scan evaluates the function of the GB. During a HIDA scan you are given a medication that will cause your GB to contract and that can sometimes cause discomfort. Also the Ensure that you are asked to drink can also precipitate some RUQ discomfort. As far as a full fledged GB attack, that is unlikely. It definatley does not cause more stones. Talk to the physician who ordered the scan. ...Read more
Only if.............: The uric acid has formed a stone, which may be without sx or cause exquisite pain. Sometimes, blood in the urine is all that is seen. If your uric acid is elevated, stone formation can occur! apart from dietary modifications which can lower uric acid slightly, if appreciably elevated uric acid reduction requires Allopurinol or uloric! ...Read more
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