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Pain in right kidney. History of kidney stones which was operated. Guide - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Mar-2013
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Doctor:xxxxxx here
User:this is XXXXXXX bdm of XXXXXXX life insurance
Doctor:welcome to XXXXXXX
User:this programme is for me only or my parents also
Doctor:there are no restrictions
User:on today my mother is suffering with kidney pain
Doctor:How do u know it is related to the kidneys ? Does she have a prior history ?
User:the same situation is araised four years back for the left kidney, we have consult the doctor, he said that she has stones in her kidney.
User:immediatly we can do the operation and remove it.
User:but now right side kidney is paining
User:what i will do
Doctor:ok, so the surgery was done , and the stones were removed ?
Doctor:first and foremost, she will need to do a Urinalysis and a renal ultrasound , to confirm the case
Doctor:and she will need pain killers in form of injections, to reduce her pain
User:shall consult the local doctor on today
Doctor:if stones are confirmed, she will need proper hydration therapy, with IV fluids, to help reduce the pain and allow the stone to pass out ,
Doctor:you should take her to a hospital, where imaging facilities are available
User:imaging facilities means?
Doctor: you can take to hospitals
User:we are staying inxxxxxxxxx
Doctor:ULTRASOUND, CT scans, are radiological studies and imaging studies ,
Doctor:in that case, you can take her to any major hospital there
User:ok sir on today i will take her in to the hospital now.
Doctor:hope everything works out well
User:ok sir thank u
Doctor:You are very welcome
User:ok bye
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