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Histroy of kidney stones. Sharp pain in groin, nausea, unable to pee, lots of water intake. Urine test showed blood, no infection. Help

On Monday I went to the dr with pain in the left side of my stomach and nauseous for 3 days. My urine test showed a large amount of blood but no infection. I was sent home with anti- nausea medicine suspecting a kidney stone which I have had several. It is Thursday and the urge to pee is overwhelming. Sharp pain in my groin but I am not passing much ironed. I just purchased azo over the counter and the pan is going away. Still not peeing. What is the danger to me if I am not getting rid of the fluid I am taking in as I am drinking lots is water?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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hi.. you have multiple renal stones.. which is causes colic and obstruction at various levels of ureter and urethra.. since there is blood in urine the stone may be excoriating the ureter and causing it.. see your urologist for the management.. small stone7mm you need to undergo a procedure where the stones are broken into small pieces which will pass through urine.. all the very best..
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