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Please guide me to cure for blood in Urine problem.

Hello, I am 26 years Old Male. 2 weeks ago I had pain in my kidney, i went to doctor and did ultrasound, 4.8 millimeter stone in my left kidney and 4.5 millimeter stone in my right kidney.... anyway, i start drinking a lot of water... pain just went away... but now after 2 weeks I feel pain in my private area, I thought it is injured from inside, it was just hurting during urinary process. I went to doctor he gave me these medicines 1. Uralka (Sodium Acid Citrate), 2. Levofin 250mg (Levofloxacin Hemihydrate) 3. Sondic SR-100 (Diclofenac Sodium). After taking these medicines the pain became less but in during urinary process its hurt again and at the end of urine stream I see blood-mixed urine.. reddish type of. I did search on these medicines and i came to know that the Diclofenac Sodium has some serious side effects.. here is complete list ( Serious Gastrointestinal Effects Like other NSAIDs, diclofenac sodium can increase the risk of ulcers or perforations in the stomach or intestine. Bleeding from these conditions can be life-threatening and can occur without warning. Abdominal pain may be a symptom, but not always. Patients should seek prompt medical attention for symptoms of bloody or tarry stools, blood in the urine, or coughing up or vomiting blood. ) Please guide me , what should I do now....?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Blood in urine at the end of urination may states that probable problem in urethra.
As you told you r having renal stones , stone might be descended down.
About medicines and side effects - the diclofenac sodium used a long time and in pretty high doses only leads to kidney problem not in such a short duration.
Please visit urologist for examination of stone descended/dissolved or not .
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