What to do for kidney stone in my left kidney?

Flush and catch. Flush with water and catch the stone with filter to be analyzed and apropriate further treatment.

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I have a kidney stone in my left kidney so what should I do to remove the stone?

See a. Urologist. They will discuss treatment options with you. Read more...
Kidney stone. If stone is actually in the kidney, depending on size, it could be treated with u/s waves (eswl) or removed percutaneously through a small opening in the flank. Read more...

Hi, I have an 8mm kidney stone in my left kidney that has recently started giving me discomfort. Which procedure is best? SWL or Ureteroscopy?

Here are some... Nowadays, transureteroscopic laser stone-breaking with/without post-procedural stent is what I prefer, but the practice in managing symptomatic renal stone has evolved & changed and professional proficiency may sway how kidney stone could be handled. So, ask your urologist although through ureteroscopy is what I prefer. More? Contact me and I can help you. Read more...

What are the symptoms for kidney stone? I've been feeling some pain in my left kidney area and I'm scared that might be it.

Kidney stones. Stones residing in the kidneys often have no symptoms. When symptoms do occur with nonobstructing stones in the kidneys it usually is a dull ache in the flank and perhaps microscopic blood in the urine. Read more...

Been having pains in my left kidney over a week. Saw a dr. And was told it was a kidney stone. Have been hydrating the stone has still not passed.?

Kidney stone pain. Most small kidney stones pass spontaneously, those larger than 5 - 6mm may not. Pain is related to obstruction. Such stones best managed by urologist. Drinks lots of water, Dr may prescribe Tamsulosin to facilitate passage. However, persistent high grade pain, if present, needs to be relieved. Good Luck. Read more...
Here are some… Any new stone attack comes with its own features in term of the size, shape, density & location of the new passing stone. Clinically, how to manage stone passage should be based on the above in conjunction with current clinical picture & prior history of stone passage. Although you're waiting for possible stone passage, you should seek professional attention immediately whenever feeling chill... Read more...

Is ureteroscopy a painful thing to go through. I have a 2mm kidney stone. Its in my left kidney. Its moved a lot its lower down my back.

Ureteroscopy . This treatment for many stones involves using a small scope to look into the ureter (kidney tube). The stone can be either removed or broken up with a laser. After surgery there may or may not be a stent. This is a thin, soft plastic tube to keep the ureter from closing. Either way, you can expect some burning with peeing, urgency/frequency to peeing, mild pain in the side or blood in the urine. Read more...

Can a dr break a kidney stone thats stuck in the tissue lose by hitting on your back? My left kidney hurts really bad after she hit it I have a stone

Unlikely. it's highly unlikely that the doctor was able to "break a stone loose" by hitting your back. your doctor was probably checking for tenderness there, and the pain your feeling is from the same process that brought you to see her in the first place (stone, infection, etc). we have very expensive machines to break up kidney stones, if your doctor could do it with her hand we wouldn't need them. . Read more...

I have a 5 x 7mm left kidney stone, a fatty 16.1 CM liver. What does this mean?

Here are some ... Fatty liver is just incidental finding while doing US for hematuria & abdominal pain leading to show urinary stone. In fact, both fatty live and kidney stone are not related. In practice, see urologist for urinary stone, hematuria, etc. and gastroenterologist for fatty liver. Best wish ... Read more...

I have 5.5mm kidney stone on my left kidney its non obstructive. Is it possible that can flash thru drinking lots of water and medication?

Possible. Whiles a 5.5 mm stone may successfully pass, it usually causes a great deal of severe pain in doing so. The stone may be treated with lithotripsy while it is in a non-obstructing position in the kidney. Read more...