I have a 5.5 mm stone in my left kidney. There was blood detected in my urine test. What are my options and medications suggested?

Options. Get evaluated by the urologist as options could include surgery or lithrotripsy. Other options is to wait and let you pass the kidney stone. Many times narcotics is prescribed to manage the pain.

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bloodwork WBC high urine test Epithelial cell MANY Luek Esterase SMALL Blood Moderate had kidney stone and UTI this why wbc is high concern 20 yr old?

Yes. It means probable urine infection. And with kidney stone, it could easily spread to kidneys. Read more...
Common. White cells are the body's fighting cells. If you have an infection, common to see white cells. Wbcs. Read more...
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