Sir, in my urine, their is calcium oxalate presents and it give me irritation , when i passes urine, and ultrasound shows nothing and kindly guide me ? What can I do now, and kindly tell me can CT scan shows the stone which does not shown in ultrasound?
I am a 30 year old female and have had kidney stones for almost 10 years. I have calcium oxalate monohydrate stones. I currently have a 7 mm stone which has passed through the ureter and bladder and is now stuck in my urethra. I know it is uncommon for them to get stuck there, however this is not the first time this has happened to me. I have been drinking more than 64 fluid ounces of water every day for the past month (ever since I felt this stone and was diagnosed with it) and have been taking flomax along with the magnesium supplements my urologist gave me. Would clitoral stimulation help to move the stone along the urethra? I am just exhausted and in so much pain, but refuse to take the pain medicine. Thanks for your help.
Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here...Hello my name is Seth and im currently in Sevilla, Spain. I have chronic kidney stones (calcium oxalate have been my usuall). I get them on a regular basis it seems like. Since April 2007 I have had over 7 or 8 stones and I ve tried everything with the 24 hr urorisk and diet change, still producing them. I went to the ER yesterday for another episode and they found blood in my urine...they prescribed me Nolotil and sent me on my way. I have no idea what it is but it does not work for the pain and I have no idea what to do!!
I need help please This is some reports about my wife She can t make more testing like open lung biopsy it s impossible. I d like to know if my wife has lymphoma, and if so, which type We need to take appropriate actions. Please reply to me. My wife can t walk 5 steps at the same room and she live with 7 liters oxygen 24 hour a day if she move about 5 steps the oxygen level will be less than 50 . X- RAY REPORT 9-11-2009 Chest Radiograph ( PA View ) Revealed :- Both lung fields show multiple reticulonodular infiltration Giving honey comb appearance with tendency to cystic changes for correlation with clinical data end previous films. Pathology Report Material: C.T. guided fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) of a lung nodule & liver focal lesions. Date of aspiration: 24/11/2009 CLINICAL PICTURE: C.T. guided fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) of a lung nodule & liver focal lesion smeared over eight slides. MICROSCOPY: Cellular lung smears formed of many groups of epitheloid cells having large nuclei and abundant esinphilic cytoplasm. Many groups of hyperplastic bronchial cells exhibiting mild-moderate atypia were detected. The background was infiltrated with chronic inflammatory ceels mainly lymphocytes with moderate number of uniuncleated histiocytes. Few multinucleated giant cells were observed. The liver aspirate showed many groups of liver cells having bland cntral nuclei over background having infiltrated with lymphocytes. DIAGNOSIS: LUNG NODULE & LIVER FOCAL LESION: C.T. guided Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) Lymphoroliferative disorder suggestive for granulomatous inflammation for immunophenotyping confirmation. PATHOLOGY REPORT Microscopic: Examination of the films received many red cells, many scattered small, intermediate and large lymphoid cells with very few polmonuclear leucocytes. Diagnosis: Lung nodule and liver focal lesions, FINDING ARE IN FAVOUR OF MALIGNANT LYMPHOMA. -CASE FOR TISSUE BIOPSY FOR IMMUNOPHENOTYPING. PATHOLOGY REPORT GROSS: - Referred 8 FNAC smear slides, labeled by patient s name. four of the slides are labeled for site as liver and the other 4 as lung. All slides are examined and re-enclosed. - Three of the slides are de-stained after routine examination, then immunostained for LCA. CK & NSE. MICROSCOPY: - Liver and lung FNAC smears show blood and scattered groups of small, medium and large round cells. The FNAC smears also rich in neutrophils. - The immunostained smears show negative staining for CK & NSE and positive staining for LCA. Conclusion: Cytology slides ; re-staining for immunophenotyping: FINDINGS ARE CONSISTENT WITH NON-HODGKIN S LYMPHOMA ; MIXED SMALL AND LARGE CELL. PATHOLOGY REPORT One of the referred FNAC smear slides is de-stained after routine Examination, then immunostained for CD 20 as requested MICROSCOPY The immunostained smear shows a majority of CD 20 â??megative cells and few â?? likely reactive- positively stained small lymphocytes. CONCLUSION: Cytology slides ; restining for CD 20 Most cells are CD 20 negative. Scattered positive (likely reactive) small lymphocytes. Complete Blood Count Ref. Range Haemoglobin 5.6 gm/dl 12.1-16.6 Haematocrit 20.0% 30-40 Red cells count 3.37 mil/cmm 4.2-5.4 Red cell indices MCV 59.3 fl 78-94 MCH 16.6 pg 26-32 MCHC 28.0 gm/dl 31-34 RDW 20.9% Total leucocytic count 11,900 /cmm 4,000-11000 Differential Count Basophils 0 % 0-1 Eosinophils 1 % 1-4 Staff 2 % 1-7 Segmented 68 % 40-75 Lymphocytes 23 % 20-45 Monocytes 6 % 1-8 Others Platelet Count 800,000 /cmm 150,000-450,000 All the best,
Age 28, Height 6ft and weight 345, I got semen analysis results today and they say appearance normal, volume 3.0, concentration 95.6, time of motility 90, Motility 90, Morphology 14 L, Liquification >60 H, PH 8.5 H, Leukocytes none and red blood none. What should i be concerned with? they told me to see a urologist?
hi my name if frank i had urine test and it was found that i have pus cell 10-15 and yeast cell 0-5 and leukocytes +25wbc/w color amber.what can i take to recover since i have a dischagre from my penis.currently am using doxycycline capsules and flagils with pain killer.while on treatment i have had unprotected sex with the my wife who is also infected .can i get well
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Dear Physician, I am inquiring, regarding, H.I.V medications: such medications as AZT, CRIXIVAN, EPIVAR, KALETRA, TRUVADA ,ZIAGEN, ZERIT, . Note: when this patient was diagnosed with H.I.V, in 1992, his CD4 count was 198. Patient went from one...
Can you please give me an idea of what the attached blood report indicates - allergies? Urine Infection? etc. the Uric Acid and IgE (whatever that is) appear to be very high. Can you suggest treatments? Thank you!