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What are the early symptoms of a kidney stone?

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Dr. John Cheng
Family Medicine
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In brief: Abdominal pain

One may experience vague abdominal discomfort which may progress to being more persistent.
Kidney stones are evaluate with urine tests, ultrasound or ct scan.

In brief: Abdominal pain

One may experience vague abdominal discomfort which may progress to being more persistent.
Kidney stones are evaluate with urine tests, ultrasound or ct scan.
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Dr. James Krick
Urology

In brief: Kidney stone

When in the kidney where they originate, stones often cause no symptoms.
Microscopic blood in the urine or vague unilateral flank discomfort is sometimes experienced with renal stones. When stones pass into the ureter, they typically cause very severe "colic" pain from spasms of the muscular ureter tube. At best the pain is mild but constant when ureteral colic is not occuring, .

In brief: Kidney stone

When in the kidney where they originate, stones often cause no symptoms.
Microscopic blood in the urine or vague unilateral flank discomfort is sometimes experienced with renal stones. When stones pass into the ureter, they typically cause very severe "colic" pain from spasms of the muscular ureter tube. At best the pain is mild but constant when ureteral colic is not occuring, .
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