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Severe pain in kidney. Ultrasound shows mild pelvocalyceal fullness. How to cure?

hi doc can i ask something .. cause i got a pain .. in my right kidney .. last night i got to go to emergency room .. cause .. it pain so much... i got the result of my ultrasounds .. the findings are.. mild pelvocalyceal fullness,, can work hard .. cause im a constraction worker..how can i get my medicine.. by the way im a philipino... can u answer my question.? thanks.. wonderful doctor
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
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Thanks for your query.You had severe pain in kidney and was treated in emergency room.Probably you had Renal colic .Your ultrasound scan shows mild fullness of pelvicalyceal system.Since there is no hydronephrosis and just a mild fullness it suggests recent passage of a small stone.Please get your routine urine examination done to rule out UTI and take some antibiotic and pain killer for 5 days.Please drink plenty of water to flush out the kidneys.There is nothing to worry
Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Urologist Dr. P. T. Patil's  Response
Jul 2016
Hello
Thanks for your query.You had severe pain in kidney and was treated in emergency room.Probably you had Renal colic .Your ultrasound scan shows mild fullness of pelvicalyceal system.Since there is no hydronephrosis and just a mild fullness it suggests recent passage of a small stone.Please get your routine urine examination done to rule out UTI and take some antibiotic and pain killer for 5 days.Please drink plenty of water to flush out the kidneys.There is nothing to worry
Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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