Pain. Depends. Sometimes are symptom free for years but if they start to move from kidney down the ureter people can experience intense pain that can come and go but usually some degree of continuous pain. As the stone move down toward the bladder the pain may change from the midback area moving down toward the bladder. People say this is one of the worst pains. Go to er or see your doctor asap.
It depends. If the stone is not passing it may be without symptoms. Typically as it passes, you will have severe, colicky pain that may be one one side of your back, your side, or your abdomen depending on the stone location. Frequent urination frequently occurs as the stone bears the bladder.
Back pain. Severe usually one sioded bacl apin wioth blood in the urine (mostly by microscopic exam).
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.
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, .
Variable. A stone may be silent and symptomless, it may cause excruciation pain, a colic, bleeding in urine, infection in the kidney etc. See this site for more info. Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/kidney-stones/basics/symptoms/con-20024829.
See below. Kidney stones may not cause symptoms until they move around or into the ureters. Pain is typically on the side (flank) and radiate to the groin, comes in wave & fluctuates in intensity (so called renal colic), or painful urination. Fevers & chills may occur if there is infection. The urine may change in color (pink, red, brown), becomes cloudy or foul smelling.
Yes. This is possible.
Kidney stone. To become symptomatic the kidney stone should obstruct the urinary flow sometimes kidney stones present with symptoms of urinary frequency or blood in the urine without pain but most of the time if there's a significant obstruction there will be pain.
Unfortunately not. Some times with only bloody urine, UTI symptoms, and once in a while with fevers and sepsis in the er.
Varies. Kidneys stones usually don't hurt unless they move around or go down into the ureters. When they obstruct the ureters, pain can comes and goes, usually in the flank & fluctuates in intensity. Pain may worsen with urination. Fevers & chills may occur with infection. Nausea and vomitting may happen.
Same. The pluming sytem and symptoms are same.