Can testis pains due to kidney stones?

Yes, it can be... While a stone is moving out kidney into and down the ureter, its associated pain may radiate down to cause pain in the groin or testis in males or labia in females of the same side.

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Could kidney stones cause a tingling feeling swelling or any other problems in testicles?

Yes. Referred pain to the testis can occur. If there are any testicular abnormalities on physical exam, they need to be followed up. Read more...
Maybe. Yes kidney stones in a male might cause referred pain to the testicle. Read more...
No. Kidney stones when they get obstructed in the ureters, give flank pain. But usually they don't give scrotum or testicular problem. Please consult your doctor for a thorough physical exam to get correct diagnosis and discuss treatment options. Read more...
Testicle pain. A kidney stone can cause testicle pain, even severe pain, in the testicle right before it leaves the ureter and enters the bladder. The longer the stone gets stuck there, the more intense the pain. This does not cause swelling. You would not mistake it for a tingle. If you have swelling, see a doctor right away. Read more...

My husband has been having pain in his testicles and lower back on and off for 3 days. Sometimes his urine is a darkish color. Kidney stones?

ER/Urgent Care. Pain in the testicular area is not really a good idea to wait on. He should be evaluated in an ER or Urgent Care. Good Luck. Read more...
Possible. He should be evaluated for kidney stones and for toher causes of testicular pain and urinary disease. Best to see primary care as soon as possible. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! Read more...

I have kidney stone in mid calics. Due to that I have back pain and pain in testicles. But when I have sex this pain subsides. Pls suggest is it normal?

Normal. The brain's perception of pain is a complicated phenomenon. Endorphin response to sex likely suppresses your perception of pain, however, the act of having sex probably has no effect on the actual presence, movement, or associated inflammation of the stone. Read more...

I have kidney stones. In a recent xray says: there aremultiple phleboliths in lower pelvis". Is this dangerous? The dr asked if had pain.

Stones vs phlebolith. Kidney stones are not phleboliths and phleboliths are not kidney stones; phleboliths are calcification of pelvic blood vessels. Stones in ureter or kidney are very different. Stones cause pain; phleboliths do not cause pain typically. Read more...
Phleboliths. are a common incidental finding. They are calcifications of small pelvic veins. They generally cause no symptoms. Their main significance is that they can sometimes mimic ureteral stones on xray. Read more...
Mostly not important. Phlebolith is small usually rounded, calcification within vein. These are very common in the veins of the lower part of the pelvis, and they are generally of no clinical importance.Sometimes confused with ureteral stonesl.Phleboliths in pelvis are present in about 44.2% of people, more common in females. Increase in number with age.Only if have pain should have further investigation. Read more...

My mom had a kidney stone surgery before 10 days. After surgery the stone didn't broke. Stone went to pelvis. Now bit fever. Now ESR rate goes to 43.why?

Here are some… Running fever after all stone-related procedures warrants an urgent evaluation and counseling to make sure of no ureteral obstruction, which requires a timely relief with procedure. So, go to see Dr. as soon as possible. Best wish… Read more...