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Persisting pain similar to prior surgery post lithroscopy. Reason?

Hi I had a lithroscopy done with & two more procedures done i can t find paper work on it but was routine procedure for kidney stone I was told & a stint put in my ston was 7mm doc. Did blood work urine test & nothing wrong I m schedule for ct scan of abdomen and pelvis/ with & without po Iv my problem is I still have same pain as b4 all of this & I don t know why is there any side effects from procedure
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Pain after Lithotripsy is common .
It can be also due to Infection.Please take a good Urinary antibiotic like Balofloxacin and Anti inflammatroy drug.
If Stent is present,it might cause some irritation and pain may be due to it also.
Accidental internal injury can also cause pain.
Another possibility is incomplete removal / fragmentation of kidney stone.
Please consult your urologist and get correct cause of pain.Till then,you can use the above mentioned drugs.
Wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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