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Ultrasound showing small stones in left ureter. Suggest the required treatment - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Dec-2013
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User:hello doctor
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:My name is XXXX, and I am 33 yrs old.
Doctor:hello XXXX
Doctor:please proceed with your query
User:4 months back I was diagnoised thru Ultra sound scan and found to have a small stone in the left ureter.
User:I got severe pain at back before diagnosis.
User:Right now, I am feeling pain in my penis since half an hour.
User:I am thinking it is because of the stone trying to come out thru urine.
User:what should I do now? How to get rid of the stone in the urine path?
Doctor:if the pain is severe, you need to rush to the ER at the earliest
Doctor:Surgical instrumentation would be required to take the stone out
User:the pain is not continueos and not severe.
Doctor:what is the size of the stone?
Doctor:in cms?
User:Its size was not mentioned in the report at that time.
Doctor:That is not the right report then
Doctor:A mention of the size in cms in required to assess and manage any stone
Doctor:Could you please repeat an ultrasound scan again now, and check for the measurement of the stome?
User:I'll try.. what is ER that you mentioned earlier?
Doctor:Emergency room
Doctor:it is important to rule out any acute conditions
Doctor:it is better to repeat the scan at the earliest
User:ok.. Doctor
Doctor:my pleasure
Doctor:get well soon
Doctor:do you have any more queries for now?
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