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Fever, urine test showed pus cells and calcium oxalate, sonography showed stone in kidney. Fever due to kidney stone?

i am 25 year old. i have kidney stone (left side 4 mm and right side 4.5 mm) before 2 year now ,i have fever and in urine test found 8 pus cells and calcium oxalate(few) Jut today in sonography test now i have 4mm stone in left kidney. 4.5 mm stone has been passed via urine. So this fever can be occur due to kidney stone.? Thank You in advance
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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History noted, its good that you have passed one stone. Kidney stone can cause urinary infection and in turn fever if that stone has caused obstruction to your urinary pathway.Since the sonography report does not show any obstruction, your urinary infection and kidney stones are co-incidental. Kindly consume a minimum of 3 litres a day regularly to wash out your stones as well as infection. Also take antibiotics as adviced by your physician.
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Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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