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Just came from hosp- bad flank pain a lot of blood in urine. All my kidney stones still in kidney, no infection in urine & bw came back ok. What could this be? I have to fu with urologist.

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Dr. Fidias De Leon
Nuclear Medicine
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In brief: Kidney stones

The stones are likely causing damage to the kidneys or urinary tract, resulting in blood in the urine.
If you were discharged from the hospital with an outpatient f/u with urology, likely the stones are not causing any significant obstruction. See the urologist on consultation.

In brief: Kidney stones

The stones are likely causing damage to the kidneys or urinary tract, resulting in blood in the urine.
If you were discharged from the hospital with an outpatient f/u with urology, likely the stones are not causing any significant obstruction. See the urologist on consultation.
Dr. Fidias De Leon
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Dr. James Krick
Urology

In brief: Stones

It is quite possible that known stones in the kidney are causing kidney pain.
This can occur through growth or shifting of a stone causing irritation or obstruction of the calyx in which it is located. It may be time for eswl treatment. Talk to urologist about this.

In brief: Stones

It is quite possible that known stones in the kidney are causing kidney pain.
This can occur through growth or shifting of a stone causing irritation or obstruction of the calyx in which it is located. It may be time for eswl treatment. Talk to urologist about this.
Dr. James Krick
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Dr. Jeremy Gitomer
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: Stones

It sounds like you have significant stone disease.
Even if the stones are in the kidney they still could cause bleeding if they are obstructing parts of the renal pelvis. In addition you may have already passed the stone and it may take a while for the blood to clear. Make sure you follow up with urology. Also, you need to figure out why you have so many stones so you can prevent them.

In brief: Stones

It sounds like you have significant stone disease.
Even if the stones are in the kidney they still could cause bleeding if they are obstructing parts of the renal pelvis. In addition you may have already passed the stone and it may take a while for the blood to clear. Make sure you follow up with urology. Also, you need to figure out why you have so many stones so you can prevent them.
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