Sex after surgery to remove kidney stone?

Depends. What procedure you had, the results and your baseline health will determine when you can return to normal activities, including sex. Ask your surgeon. Stone removal can be done many ways from a minimally invasive cystoscopy to open surgery.

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My fiancé has a kidney stone and it is stuck an he has not had the surgery yet to remove we tried to have sex and he was unable to ejaculate help!?

Probably unrelated. While urine & sperm eventually come out of same hole/tube (urethra) in guys, unless kidney stone is stuck in urethra, it won't block semen from being ejaculated. More likely, stone is stuck in ureter between kidney & bladder. Regardless, pain from kidney stones can prevent adequate relaxation to enjoy sexual relations, leading to inability to climax & ejaculate. Drink plenty of water to flush out. Read more...

Monthsago had surgery to remove kidney stone and still get foam in my urine. Especially when I hold it. Is that normal? (big mocha+caffiene drinker)

Unrelated. What you are seeing is likely normal. Passing foamy urine now and then is normal, for the speed of urination and other factors can influence this. But you should see your doctor if you have persistently foamy urine that becomes more noticeable over time. This can be a sign of protein in your urine (proteinuria), which requires further evaluation. Read more...

I have done open surgery for a right kidney stone a year ago, it was removed, now I suffer recurrent of a similar stone in the same place, I am 29 y.O.

Question? You have not clearly asked a question. If at your age you have now had two kidney stones, clearly you have a disorder leading to stone formation. There are many of these, so you need to see a specialist to figure out what you have and how to treat it to minimize the chances of further stone formation. Read more...
This can happen. Kidney stones can, and frequently do, recur, even if stones have been physically removed from a kidney on a prior occasion. This may be due to a chronic physiologic problem that is acquired or genetic in nature. Read more...