Other than kidney stones, what are some causes for kidney pain?

Pyelonephritis, Congenital or acquired ureteropelvic junction obstruction, kidney cyst or cysts, kidney abscess, obstructing kidney tumor, retroperitoneal fibrosis, uretero-vesical juction obstruction, severe vesico-ureteral reflux.

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I had kidney stones 6 months ago. I'm getting kidney pain again. Do I need to see a dr?

Certainly . Kidney stones often come and go, but can also stay and cause really bad complications. They could also be a sign of an internal disorder. See your doctor for updated imaging studies, find out why you're developing recurrent kidney stones, and to to see if there is anything you can do differently to prevent these. Your doctor may need to work with a urologist to help get you on a stone-free path. Read more...

I have constant kidney stones I'm 42 female just woke up with severe kidney pain ans I wet the bed I have never done this before?

Kidney stones. 42 F US notes: I have constant kidney stones I'm 42 female just woke up with severe kidney pain I wet the bed I have never done this before ? ANS: Need more details. Where are stones in kidney only or also in bladder. If one was blocking urine flow and then moved your bladder may have filled up with pee quickly and then it got too full and over flowed. See your Dr. Read more...

How can I reduce kidney pain resulting from kidney stones, cystine stones, and persistent renal pain, reducing it naturally by diet.?

Cystine stones. Cystine stones result from a rare genetic disorder that causes Amino Acid cystine to leak through the kidneys and into the urine to form crystals. Alkalinizing urine helps increase cystine solubility. You may want to take sodium bicarbonate tablets for this purpose. Keep yourself well hydrated and take pain/antionflmatory meds as needed. Talk to a urologist to see if the procedure can help you. Read more...
Cystine stones. Cystine stones and cystinuria is a rare autosomal recessive disease. Stone formation occurs because cystine is not very soluble in urine. Pain is related to stones or crystals or both. Diet must be low protein and high in fruit and vegetable. You require 3-4 Liters of fluid per day, bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) and citrate supplements and close follow up. Meds that dissolve cystine crystals work but have hazards. Read more...

I have kidney pain when I drink coffee. I'll stop drinking it but do you think it will give me kidney stones, and is this normal?

Unclear. "Kidney pain" is rare and usually only accompanies significant illness, like infection or stones. It is not clear that your coffee is causing pain in your kidneys, and coffee is not well related to flank pain in general. Kidney stones have both genetic and dietary predispositions; they are rare in people your age. Please see a doctor to determine the true cause of your flank pain and discuss. Read more...

Wakeup with frequent nasuea an mild kidney pain was told catscan was clear ahowed kidney stones in kidneys can they be causing my problem also bloatin?

Probably. If your ct scan shows kidney stones, yes, they are most likely causing kidney or flank pain, nausea. If they don't pass on their own, you might see about getting a urology referral. Read more...
Yes. Kidney stones can certainly cause nausea and bloating. They will also cause kidney pain. But one thing in your question is not clear .... Was cat scan normal? If it was normal, you do not have kidney stones. Cat scans are very good for picking those up. Read more...