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After r side perc stone removal is it norm2 often get sharp pain in scar, & inside my kidney @op site? Or is it abnormal? Avg healing time?Op-2/14/12

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Dr. SCOTT SWOPE
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

After any abdominal surgery there usually will be some after pain.
Your physician will explain this to you. If you have increasing pain, redness, swelling or other new types of sympton you should be examined.

In brief: Yes

After any abdominal surgery there usually will be some after pain.
Your physician will explain this to you. If you have increasing pain, redness, swelling or other new types of sympton you should be examined.
Dr. SCOTT SWOPE
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Dr. David Hardin
Wound care

In brief: Not normal

Some discomfort from proceedure for a few days is expected but you need to.
Be reevaluated by the urologist you might have another stone blockage or infection.

In brief: Not normal

Some discomfort from proceedure for a few days is expected but you need to.
Be reevaluated by the urologist you might have another stone blockage or infection.
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Dr. Andres Sarraga
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: Could be

Scars can remain sensitive for many months after an incision, there are also nerves in the area that can become sensitive or misfire producing pain.
However if you are having pain deeper inside it would be wise to consult with your doctor (urologist) to make sure everything is ok with the "plumbing".

In brief: Could be

Scars can remain sensitive for many months after an incision, there are also nerves in the area that can become sensitive or misfire producing pain.
However if you are having pain deeper inside it would be wise to consult with your doctor (urologist) to make sure everything is ok with the "plumbing".
Dr. Andres Sarraga
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