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What to do for kidney stones?

I have a history of kidney stones. 3 weeksago i was exspriencing seere back and abdomial pain the center and to te left.My stomach had been swollen and sesitive for a while went to the hospital and was treated for kidneystones, the mri showed no kidneystone on the left but one still in the rigt kidney, i have contitnued withsevere pain in back and middle abdominal pain to the left side,nausia,sweating continuouse,can not cmplete urination always feel lke i need to go,leaky bladder, yellow funny smelling bowl, severe gas, and when i eat or drink the pains get worst. I am also exsperiencing some pains like trappe gas or chest pains. what could this be? do i need to go to the hospital for test
Mon, 10 Apr 2017
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Hi and welcome to HCM. As an Urologist, i can understand your anxiety.
Your symptoms are likely to be due to the kidney stone.
You should write your age and size of the stone seen on the MRI scan.
You need to see an Urologist, and after examination,do the following tests :
1. urine routine and culture.
2. blood routine,creatinine,uric acid,RBS,LFT and platelets.
3. 24 hours urine calcium,phoshorus and uric acid.
According to the reports, an expert opinion can be given.
Drink about twelve to fifteen glasses fluids daily.
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What to do for kidney stones?

Hi and welcome to HCM. As an Urologist, i can understand your anxiety. Your symptoms are likely to be due to the kidney stone. You should write your age and size of the stone seen on the MRI scan. You need to see an Urologist, and after examination,do the following tests : 1. urine routine and culture. 2. blood routine,creatinine,uric acid,RBS,LFT and platelets. 3. 24 hours urine calcium,phoshorus and uric acid. According to the reports, an expert opinion can be given. Drink about twelve to fifteen glasses fluids daily.