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ER, back pain, UTI, calcium oxalate in bladder. Taking vicodin, cephalexon. Kidney stones?

I ended up in the ER 3 days ago from severe left flank and back pain . He put me on Vicodin , cephalexon and an anti nausea medication. Now I have severe pain in my chest, both sides of my back, legs, both sides of my stomach and rib cage and into my arms. He said it is a UTI an possibly a kidney stone- I have a calcium oxalate by my bladder that is 1.5 by 2 cm. should I get rechecked? Could it be a kidney stone ?
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Dear sir,

I think you should get yourself checked . Possibility of kidney stone cannot be ruled out.

Dr. Shruti
Answered: Tue, 3 Sep 2013
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