How long does it take to heal after having kidney stones removed through the penis?

If you. Are having pain after stone removal the best person to consult is your urologist. Pain persisting for several days may indicate a persistent stone or infection. Best to consult your doctor sooner than later.

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Kidney stone removal stent with string placed String was smaller on first day now string out my penis is much longer? Is this normal do I need to worry

Not worrying... Hi! AlistairK, Seeing variable length of the string attached to stent is normal reflecting the variable penile length between erection or no erection. All what you have to do is just be careful not to incidentally pull it out. More doubt? Call your surgeon for clarifying your concern. (In fact, I have answer similar Q for two times.) If more, to www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login... Read more...

Had kidney stones removed but have been having pain urinating in the penis (like broken glass) and then painful when I sit down for 10-15 minutes.?

Post-trauma. It is normal to have urethral discomfort after a procedure. It depends on how long after. If it lasts several days without improvement or worsens, please contact your doctor to be seen. If you develop a fever, also contact your doctor. If you don't have a follow up visit scheduled, do it. Read more...

Hi, I had a uteroscopy last week for kidney stone removal, however it is six days later and I have a swollen penis head, should I be worried?

Concerning. Swelling of the glans penis, especially if redness is present, persisting for 6 days after the procedure suggests trauma or infection( balanitis). I recommend that the urologist who performed the procedure examine you for diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

I had a stent put in from kidney stone removal, I got the stent out today and I'm experience stinging in the penis and bloody urine. Is this normal?

Stent out today. It is normal to see blood and have burning, but if it persists this can be an infx....If you don't improve in 24 to 48 hours see your doc. Read more...
Normal. You have just had urethral instrumentation. Some blood and penile (urethral) irritation is normal. Blood-tinged urine is normal but not frank blood. If you have any questions, you should contact the doctor who performed the procedure tomorrow. If symptoms worsen, and you have pure blood coming from your penis, you should go to the emergency department. Read more...

I was recommended to take vit k2 as I previously had kidney stones (removed) opinions? And why so?

Calcium "director" While vit k is important in blood coagulation, vit k2 (menaquinone) is important in channeling calcium to bone to prevent osteoporosis, and in doing so, decreases available calcium from entering the urine. Should probably betaken in conjunction with vit d2/3 and daily exercise. Read more...
Kidney stones; vit K. See also dr. Chinn's answer re vit k2. If your stones are calcium oxalate (most common type), pts are often advised to take a citrate supplement (potassium [k] citrate, calcium [ca] citrate, or magnesium [mg] citrate) to block the formation of stones. It is also critically important for pts to drink plenty of water (1-3 liters) every day to keep urine dilute ; prevent stones from forming. Read more...

My daughter had a stent removed today after having kidney stones removed how do we stop spasms in Kidney now?

SM relaxants. She must have already given smooth muscle relaxants to help relieve spasms. Most important is to make sure you see a nephrologist in your area to help prevent formation of further kidney stones. Your stone analysis would tell type of stone. Read more...

Hundreds of kidney stones removed in past 20+ years is it advisable to continue with instrumentation such as this or is this just making things worse?

Stones. Prevention is safer than intervention. 24 hr urine tests can tell how to best prevent further stones from growing or forming. Instrumentation has come a long way and is quite safe. Read more...