Symptoms of kidney stones. Pain when peeing?

Peeing pain ?UTI. Pain on urination associated with kidney stones can occur as a stone is passed thru the urethra, & sometimes if a stone is stuck in the bladder at lower end of ureter. Kidney stone symptoms are primarily severe flank or abdominal pain & blood in urine either visible or microscopic. Some people pass "gravel" or stone fragments. Uti must be excluded with pain on urination, thus urinalysis needed.

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What would cause a dull ache upper left side had a kidney stone blasted month ago and no other symptoms, no nausea peeing fine? Why 3 days now?

Kidney stone. You may be passing a stone fragment from the eswl done a month ago. You can pass stone fragments for several months. See the urologist who performed the procedure, he may do x-rays. Read more...

If I had hematuria due to kidney stone symptoms, how long after I feel a bit better should I recheck my urine to see if hematuria is gone? Thank you.

Wait a week. That would give the abrasions time to heal up, unless your urologist has other advice. Read more...
Difficult Question. If you have any remaining sludge or irritation the blood not seen by the human eye that shows on a dip test can stick around for a while and be normal. If a person needed a urologist to use a tool to grab the stone or a stent place the same is true then too. If you don't see blood and are pain free and following the diet your dr gave you you are ok until follow up with your doc. Read more...

I have all the symptoms of a kidney but I haven't seen any blood in my urine. Could it be something else or can I have a kidney stone still?

Maybe. If your question is whether someone with a kidney stone will always have blood in the urine, especially blood that can be visibly seen the answer is no. More importantly if you are having symptoms it is better to not try to diagnose yourself, but speak to your doctor. Read more...
Depends. Depends on the other symptoms you are having. Kidney stones usually cause pain as the main symptom, which can be quite severe and tends to come in waves. While blood is common, if it is only a small amount it may not be seen, but would show up on a urine test commonly done in a clinic or er. Fever, burning when you urinate and back pain are other common symptoms. Read more...
Still could be stone. The most common symptom of a kidney stone is pain, often coming in waves ("colicky"). Sometimes pain or burning or difficulty urinating, and as you note, blood in the urine. However, even if not seen, you can still have blood called microscopic, which is detected by checking the urine. If you have fever, the problem could be more serious as infection may be present. Read more...