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I am a 64 year old women with Lupus, fibro

I am a 64 year old women with Lupus, fibro myligia, spinal stenosis & kidney stones. I had lithotripsy on May 15. I have had severe cramps, earlier this evening I lost control of my bladder. I am in pain and total discomfort. What do I do. Please help me.
Mon, 28 May 2018
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