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Stone in ureter. Placed stent. Burns on urination, pain, mucus discharge. Normal, what to do?

Hi im 20 years old and i was found with a kidney stone in my right side its stuck in my ureter its 6cm and i got a stent placed because my kidney was getting swollen. Now im in medication it dont seem to help when i go to urine it burns and also i get a sharp pain in my side ive just noticed two days ago i staryed haveing some mucous discharge is this normal or should i be concerned . IM waitin for urologist apptment but i get really bad pain that i just feel like going to the ER. Help me please tell me what i can do
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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you are getting infection in the urinary tract. which causes burning during urination and mucous like discharge.
It is very common to get infection in the urinary tract with there is stone.
it is quite necessory to consult to a urologist
till you can take analgesic and urinary alkalizor by prescription from your doctor
Take care
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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