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Stones in left kidney and pain while urinating - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Kidney Conditions
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   How can I help yyo
Doctor :   you?
User :   hi doc
Doctor :   Yes
User :   i was suffering from kidney stone
User :   some time back
Doctor :   ok
User :   in feb i have done ultrasound. report was fine , i stopped all medicine
Doctor :   +Ok
Doctor :   Let me put some questions now
User :   ok
Doctor :   When were you first diagnosed with the kidney stones and which side?
User :   but some time i m having pain after urine
User :   in left kidney
User :   uppar abdomen
User :   stone size was 2mm
Doctor :   What were the tests done
Doctor :   then
Doctor :   Hello are you there
Doctor :   Was the CT scan done?
Doctor :   I have to close this window as there is no response from your side. Please get back if you need any medical advice.
User :   s
User :   sorry
Doctor :   hello are you back
User :   i m in office
User :   so working also
User :   ok
User :   ct scan done
User :   complete abdomen scan
Doctor :   When was ti done
User :   urine report is fine
User :   blood report is aslo fine
User :   2 month back
Doctor :   What wre you told
Doctor :   then
Doctor :   before twomonths and what was the size of stone
User :   there was no stone
User :   in report
Doctor :   Ok
User :   but some time, when i m taking more water or in early morning when i m passing urine than lil pain is there in left uppar side in abdomen
Doctor :   Akram the definitive test for stones in the kidney is Ct scan
Doctor :   So you may not get the correct picture with the ULtrasound
Doctor :   more with stones less than 3 to 4 mm
Doctor :   So I suggest you to see the doctor to rule out if the stone is passed out and causing pain or it is in there still
User :   ok
Doctor :   I think that would be ideal for you
Doctor :   OK
User :   sir pls come again i m not getting u
User :   properly
Doctor :   I suggest you to see the doctor to rule out if the stone is passed out
Doctor :   with the help of CT scan
User :   ok
Doctor :   and ask his opinion why is it still causing the p[ain
Doctor :   that would address two issues for you]
User :   what is the normal food & drink to avoid stone
User :   & for removing also
User :   which 2 issue
User :   ?
Doctor :   The food precautions are more specific with the type of stone
Doctor :   The two issues are one if there is still stone or not and the other is pain medicine
User :   ok
User :   i will ask my doc
User :   may i know u r from . where r u at presen t
Doctor :   I am Dr Anurag
Doctor :   I m from Bangalore
Doctor :   are you there
Doctor :   I would also want to ask him the type of stone you have
User :   i have taken treatment in manipal & apolo hospital
Doctor :   common would be the calcium oxalate
User :   from doc shivashankar & XXXXXXXX . u must be knowing them .
User :   ok
Doctor :   I am sorry as I am new to Bangalore
Doctor :   i just came two months back
Doctor :   from US
Doctor :   OK
Doctor :   So i think i have given yoiu the required information
Doctor :   Bye then Akram
User :   Hi
User :   any medicine ?
User :   from your side
User :   You can have Dolo 650 for the pain
User :   ok what about biduret
User :   doc gave me
User :   i have stopped now
User :   You can continue those
User :   Is there anything else?
User :   i want to refer my frnd
User :   can i
User :   Yes you can
User :   what i have to do
User :   is there any refral policy
User :   ?
User :   Go to our website and follow instructions
User :   ok doc anurag thx a lot
User :   I need to know your age and occupation
User :   take care byebye. god bless u
User :   26 professonal
User :   Ok, bye
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