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Stent placed after kidney stone removed. Pain and bleeding during urination. Is this normal?

Hi, I had a kidney stone removed that was obstructed in my kidney on tuesday. They placed a stent in me and i have been having a lot of pain and bleeding with urination ever since. is this normal? The pain with urination has gotten really bad over the past 24 hours. its almost as bad if not worse than the kidney stone itself but doesnt last very long.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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conventional pyelolithotomy (stone removal from kidney) may give rise to some bleed for 1 day ,but if persists longer,re-evaluation should be done by treating surgeon.Hope,bleeding time and clotting time were evaluated pre-operatively. post-op follow up of serum hemoglobin,pulse ,blood pressure should be monitored,trust your surgeon ,if anything is wrong ,he would treat it accordingly.
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