Would a urination test show infection in kidney or kidney stones?

Yes and no. Urinalysis can show infection if it contains white blood cells and/or bacteria. It cannot show stones, although it can show crystals or red blood cells. If these are present and you have flank, back, or groin pain, it means that you might have stones. Consult your doctor with your test results.

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I seem to be having kidney spasm when I urinate at night. I dont have kidney stones or infection. What could be some other reasons?

Reasons. There are many things that might relate to kidney spasms but there could also be different problems. If you can get to your doctor that day that would be great. If there is no time at the doctor's office, you should have someone you know take you to the nearest Emergency facility. Hope all goes well -- Michael Kleerekoper. Read more...

Why do I have a lot of blood in my urine and no kidney stones or infections?

Hematuria. That doesn't go away and it is not due to obvious reasons like infection or passing a kidney stone needs further investigation - ct scan/ cystoscopy. You need to see a urologist and be aware not all dark colored urine means blood in the urine. Read more...
Blood in urine. This requires evaluation - blood in urine may indicate a bladder problem or a kidney cyst or a glomerulohephritis or interstitial nephritis problem. Urine analysis for protein and urine exam with microscope is essential; then ultrasound if not done already is essential - unless the CT scan you mention was of kidneys. This is not normal and indicates disease of your urinary system somewhere. Read more...

Anyone experienced kidney stone associated with urine infection; how commonly does that occur?

Abdominal pain. One may experience vague abdominal discomfort which may progress to being more persistent. Kidney stones are evaluated with urine tests, ultrasound or ct scan. Stones can be a breeding ground for recurring infections. Read more...

Can having an infection in my urine do to kidney stones cause me to break out? I've been breaking out ver since I got stent implanted

Ask Doc... Inserting stent is an essential part of managing renal/ureteral stones for most of cases. But it comes with a price of local irritation and suffering, and occasional symptomatic uti, which can usually be managed and soothed with proper use of medications, while the endoscopic procedures have averted patients to undergo open surgery. For individual details, ask attending doc timely. Read more...