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How can pain in the lower abdomen and difficulty in passing urine be treated when diagnosed with an ureteric calculi?

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Posted on Tue, 21 Aug 2018
Question: i am 41 years old and since yesterday i have lower right abdomen pain and feeling obstration in urination. 1.3 years back, a calculus of 5.7 mm was traved in right lower ureter. please suggest medicine and pain killer as pain is regular. plz find attached report (1.3 years back)
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Answered by Dr. P. T. Patil (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
The stone detected earlier in lower ureter has mostly slipped in bladder.

Detailed Answer:

Hello,

Thanks for query and uploading your earlier scan report.

The pain in lower abdomen and difficulty in passing urine that you have now is mostly due to the stone which was detected earlier (2016) in right lower ureter has slipped down in to urinary bladder and difficulty in passing urine is mostly due to the same stone getting impacted at bladder neck.

You need to consult qualified Urologist and get ultrasound scanning of the abdomen and pelvis done to assess the present size of stone. If the stone is larger than previous size you may need to get it removed or fragmented by an endoscopic procedure of what is called as Endoscopic Cystolithotripsy.

Hope I have answered your query.

Take care.

Dr. P. T. Patil, Urologist
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How can pain in the lower abdomen and difficulty in passing urine be treated when diagnosed with an ureteric calculi?

Brief Answer: The stone detected earlier in lower ureter has mostly slipped in bladder. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for query and uploading your earlier scan report. The pain in lower abdomen and difficulty in passing urine that you have now is mostly due to the stone which was detected earlier (2016) in right lower ureter has slipped down in to urinary bladder and difficulty in passing urine is mostly due to the same stone getting impacted at bladder neck. You need to consult qualified Urologist and get ultrasound scanning of the abdomen and pelvis done to assess the present size of stone. If the stone is larger than previous size you may need to get it removed or fragmented by an endoscopic procedure of what is called as Endoscopic Cystolithotripsy. Hope I have answered your query. Take care. Dr. P. T. Patil, Urologist