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Dull lower abdominal pain, reddish urine, sonography showed stones at the distal ureter end, advised surgery through ureter route. Guidance?

I am having tendecy for formation of kidney stones . I am 65 now and was operated for kidney stones 3 times in the past . I do not smoke and do take only vegetarian food. I wegh 80 kgs. Last one week i am sufferig from dull pain in the lower abdomen and passing redish colour urine. I am also experiencing frequent urine passing tendec\ncy . I am having high BP , High cholesterol and diabetes and taking medication regularly. ultra sonography done yesterday has revealed 3 nos 1.5 cm long stones in the distal end of the ureter . and my docotor has advised surgery through urethral route. Please guide and help.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are known pt to have recurrence of urinary stones Now you have a 1.5 cm size stone in lower end of ureter.You need to undergo an endoscopic procedure of Ureterorenoscopy and fragment the stone so as to decompress the ureter and kidney.If neglected this will damage your kidney.So do not worry and go ahead for the procedure as suggested by your doctor.
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