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Severe pain in lower abdomen, urine report showed RBC. Chances of kidney stone?

my name is suresh .i got pain to my left lower abdomen and back of abdomen in same place and i took a painkiller and went to hospital.there they took my CBC and urine check and report of cbc was fine but report of urine the rbc was found TNTC (too numerous too count) and they told that there is rbc in my urine and told me to do ultrasound . but i want to know what is happening to me.they told me that there might be kidney stone .but this was my first pain i havent got pain like this.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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Some time can always be the first time! Urinary stone is one of the common causes of pain in abdomen and blood in urine. You should get an ultrasound scan of the abdomen (with particular focus on the KUB (Kidney, Ureter and Bladder)). In case if a clear evidence of stone is not found in the report, you may be advised to get yet some more investigations to find out the cause of blood in urine. Do not take 'blood in urine' lightly.
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Hi Suresh,
Please do not take things otherwise. Investigations are indicators, no doubt presence of RBCs is alarming but we need to go for further diagnostic examinations. It could be possibly due to Renal Stone, Urinary Tract Infection, Nephritis etc. so there are many conditions which could be possible but the information you have given according to me is suggestive of either Renal Stone or Urinary Tract infection.
An episode of first pain does not rule out Renal Stone, so do not panic, just consult your doctor and have to go for USG abdomen. Have plenty of fluids, do not start Beer( as could be recommended by friends for stone) until and unless agreed by the doctor. You may opt for Homoeopathy if you have a doctor available.

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Wish you a speedy recovery to health
Answered: Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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