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Underwent stent removal operation. Feeling like something piercing while urinating. Suggest? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 07-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:yesterday I havve undergone a stent removal operation post URS Dj stening
User:since then while passing urine,i am feeling like something is piercing inside my left part of stomoch
User:whereas my stent was removed from right urater
User:is it usual?
Doctor:Discomfort in the abdomen while passing urine is related to ureteric colic which occurs during times of urinary tract inflammation.
Doctor:This inflammation is probably induced by the procedure or by an infection.
Doctor:Though this explains the discomfort,
Doctor:I am unable to explain the reason why you have such discomfort on the opposite side and not on the same side,
Doctor:unless this is a fresh problem.
Doctor:So I would suggest you to drink enough fluids and take medicines as suggested by your urologist.
Doctor:If symptoms are troubling, report back to your doctor for physical examination.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:after stent removal,should I do CT-scan to identify whether right kidney's swelling has been reduced or not?
Doctor:Ideally we need to monitor the situation, however many urologist take this decision based on their clinical experience.
Doctor:I would suggest you to follow the suggestions of your treating doctor here.
User:ok..but there is no harm in doing Ct-scan..right?
User:only for my satisfaction..
Doctor:The use of CT scan post procedure is not persistent always. But there is no harm repeating the procedure.
Doctor:So you can get the plain CT scan repeated.
Doctor:Contrast enhanced CT needs to be done after checking your renal profile (serum creatinine and BUN).
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:No Dr XXXXXXX .thanks a lot for your time
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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