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What would cause slight blood and burning sensation during urination, severe constipation and abdominal pain?

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Posted on Tue, 14 Jan 2020
Question: I had a kidney stone around Thanksgiving just this past Friday I had burning while urinating slight blood in my urine basically same symptoms as last kidney stone had KUB they said they didn't see a stone but there was a lot of constipation on a KUB feeling severe pain in my right side what can it be. Also prior to the pain my urine smells extremely strong it was cloudy exactly like it was with last kidney stone.
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Answered by Dr. Ivo Ditah (49 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Were you investigated for an infection?

Detailed Answer:
HI,

This could very much be an infection of the respiratory tract. I will suggest that you go ahead and test your urine for an infection.

Yes, most stones will eventually pass out and would not always be present at the time of further evaluation by ultrasound or KUB. I will recommend that you drink much water and get your urine tested for a possible urinary tract infection. Do well to share the results with me.

I wish you well and look forward reviewing the results of your urine studies.
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What would cause slight blood and burning sensation during urination, severe constipation and abdominal pain?

Brief Answer: Were you investigated for an infection? Detailed Answer: HI, This could very much be an infection of the respiratory tract. I will suggest that you go ahead and test your urine for an infection. Yes, most stones will eventually pass out and would not always be present at the time of further evaluation by ultrasound or KUB. I will recommend that you drink much water and get your urine tested for a possible urinary tract infection. Do well to share the results with me. I wish you well and look forward reviewing the results of your urine studies.