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Reoccuring fever, vomitting after having stent during kidney removal suregry, on medicines, no relief. Advice?

Hi, Recently I went through ESWL Procedure for kidney stone removal and a DJ sent has been place (its been 2 weeks). now I got a seviour Fever with vomtings ..I am using PARACIP 650 mg for fever...when I take pill its controling the fever for 6 hours after that again I am geting the fever with same temprature... Is this fever due to the DJ sent placed in my body?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM
In your case you have undergone a procedure foe kidney stone removal , as there is a stent is placed in ureter.
You have fever which may be because of UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) ,parcatamol is for reducing temparature but you need to know the cause of fever .
Kindly visit Uro surgeon and get your CBC and Urine routine and a culture and sensitivity test and take appropriate antibiotic in consultation with doctor,once infection is cleared you will be alright.
You may also require a Renal Ultrasound to see every thing is fine and no obstruction is there?
Take care
Good luck to you
Answered: Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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