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Kidney stone on right ureter,blood in urine,burning sensation in urethra while urinating,burning on sole of right foot

A month ago, I had a scan that showed a small kidney store on the right ureter , and I have been drinking lots of water (3 litres a day) to flush it out. Over the past three days, I have been seeing some blood in my urine (in the first flow ). I also have some burning sensation in the urethra when I urinate as well as on the sole of my right foot. What could be wrong? Kidney or bladder stones?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Urologist 's  Response

The stone in the ureter could have come down to the lower part of the ureter or the urinary bladder. You need to check with your doctor and do the appropriate tests ( plain radiograph/ scan) to know what is happening. You could also have urinary tract infection as well. All these will be answered by the tests to be given by your consultant.

Get well soon.

Dr G Srinivasan, urologist.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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