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Pain in the kidney, blood in urine, difficulty in passing urine. What to do?

hello Dr. in 2009 i had a trouble and pain in my kidney , when i pee it was totally red. after that when i went towards doctor and took my test so they found a stone in my urine pipe. Doctor prescribe me medicines and after a shorter period it came out from my urine pipe. now i am living in Sweden, for the last six month i am facing problem in urine in the sense that when i pee i discharge half of it but after that i have to wait at least 30 minutes or some times 1 hour. today i felt pain in my right side of kidney. i am very worry, what should i have to do.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Hi,Thanks for query.You need to go for ultrasound to have proper diagnosis.There are chances of some blockages in the urine pipe or some problem with your urinary bladder which is not emptying properly.You need to consult urologist for this and get your self treated,please do not ignore this.Wishing you good health.Dr.Pragnesh
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