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Excruciating pain in right groin, lower back pain, 10 mm right kidney. What could be this?

I have noted a 10mm right kidney, for the past three weeks I have had excruiciating pain in the right groin area, could it have anything to do with it? It is like a terrible kidney infection but doesn't seem to be in the right place. It hurts when I have to go to the bathroom. My lower back is aching. I have past some debris in my urine.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Hi, many thanks for the query!
Stone in kidney has passed in to ureter causing excruciating pain, you need to do some investigations- USG (KUB), Urine (routine & microscopy), Sr. creatinine, Sr. uric acid, CBC, X-ray KUB.
According to reports of the above mentioned tests, you may need to do further investigation i.e. IVP (intravenous pyelography/urography) to decide the treatment modality. Till then take symptomatic treatment as per your doctor's opinion including antibiotics, pain killers, anti-spasmodics, diuretics, antacids.
Wish you a good health. Take care.
Answered: Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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