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Burning sensation during urination, passing stool. Pus, blood in urine, kidney stone found. Cure?

Hi, I am Farooq Ahmad from Faisalabad - Pakistan. I feel burning sensation during and after passing urine and stool for the last one year. I got urine test which shows pus and some blood in urine . I also got abdomen altrasound which show 8mm stone in my right kidney but I do not feel any type of pain. Due to this problem, there is too much weakness in my body. My 8kgs weight is gone. Please tell me what is the reason. I will be very thankful to you. Anxiosuly awaiting for your reply. Best Rgds Farooq Ahmad
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Chronic renal infection and passage of blood in the urine will lead to weakness and weight loss if proper and early treatment with proper antibiotics is not done. You need to consult a urologist for the required treatment.
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Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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