Should I take ibuprofen or diclofenac for renal colic pain (kidney stone)?

Pain. Both are equally good. Bad renal comics may need morphine and NSAIDs may not be enough. .

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How can I tell which type of kidney stone I suffer from? Diagnosed renal colic, medium hydroureter, 0.45mm stone at distal ureter; treated with Xatral

Catch it. strain your urine and catch the stone. Take the stone to a urologist for analysis. He will send it to a special lab and get the results in a couple of weeks. Read more...

Episode of renal colic pain gone now still get some twinges in kidney is this normal my md said kidney stones was the likely cause?

Kidney stones. Probably true Drink a lot of fluids Needs an X-ray if continues. Read more...
Renal colic. If the stones are documented on CT it is likely from that. Treatment depends on number and size of stones . Discuss with a urologist . Read more...

How can I reduce kidney pain resulting from kidney stones, cystine stones, and persistent renal pain, reducing it naturally by diet.?

Cystine stones. Cystine stones result from a rare genetic disorder that causes Amino Acid cystine to leak through the kidneys and into the urine to form crystals. Alkalinizing urine helps increase cystine solubility. You may want to take sodium bicarbonate tablets for this purpose. Keep yourself well hydrated and take pain/antionflmatory meds as needed. Talk to a urologist to see if the procedure can help you. Read more...
Cystine stones. Cystine stones and cystinuria is a rare autosomal recessive disease. Stone formation occurs because cystine is not very soluble in urine. Pain is related to stones or crystals or both. Diet must be low protein and high in fruit and vegetable. You require 3-4 Liters of fluid per day, bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) and citrate supplements and close follow up. Meds that dissolve cystine crystals work but have hazards. Read more...

Experiencing renal colic ~ 7 mo including 1 episode tht required ED visit. Dr ordered US Radiologist describes "a 1.3cm hyperechoic nodule" in kidney. Does this mean it's not a stone? Have history of KS.

Kidney stone. It is unclear what this finding represents. If it is "non shadowing" meaning that the souls wave energy used to produce a sonogram image penetrates the lesion, it is often not a stone but a benign mass called an angiomyolipoma or AML. If it shadows, it is likely a stone. An X-ray (KUB) or a CT scan can help determine the nature of this finding. If it is a 1.2 cm stone it needs to be treated. Read more...

Ok so always issues with stones and now found out I have renal colic with 4 more stones in that kidney, it hurts often even driving sometimes help.

Urology, Nephrology. If you have colic, i.e. are currently passing a stone, suggest you see a urologist, or go to ER if in severe pain. Long term, you need to see nephrologist for a metabolic assessment of blood and urine to see why you are forming stones, and to help prevent forming new ones. Read more...