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Is it normal to get kidney stone like pain after a cystoscopey to clean out the urethra of debris?

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Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine

In brief: Cystoscopy.

If a stone was broken up, you may be passing some fragments of the stone, and as such you may feel some symptoms.
But if this occurs for more than 2-3 days after the cystoscopy, or if your pain is worsening, or if you’re having fevers, you should see the Urologist.

In brief: Cystoscopy.

If a stone was broken up, you may be passing some fragments of the stone, and as such you may feel some symptoms.
But if this occurs for more than 2-3 days after the cystoscopy, or if your pain is worsening, or if you’re having fevers, you should see the Urologist.
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