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Post-op ureteroscopy

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doctor1 MD

to remove it via a ureteroscopy, which requires gen'l anesthesia . She has no pain, no discomfort at all ...

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I had a ureteroscopy yesterday to remove a 13mm stone and had a urethane stent placed. It was beyond uncomfortable and the string was pulling. Dr feels the end may have move to urethra going through ...

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Concerned for my 34 yr old son. He has no PMH, no bleeding disorder . Had 1st ever episode of renal calculi on 3/3/15. Urologist did ureteroscopy with lithotripsy and basket extraction of 5mm stone 10 days ...

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Hi, please note that i have a Case of a patient who was admitted for Ureteroscopy and laser ... this for more than 14 days post the surgery with complication, bleeding from the urethra and on suprapubic ...

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'm incredibly swollen. Do you know the procedure for a post-op (6 weeks out) re-injury? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I had two recent ureteroscopies (one January 6 and the second February 1). Post op after January surgery went well in that I did not develop any coughing, difficulty breathing at any time, similar ...

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if it s normal that I am experiencing this dull but persistent pain in the same area post-op ...

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Hello, I am 7 days post op. Is there any certain vitamins that I should be taking to help assist the healing process. Also, I am going on western Caribbean cruise in 24 days. Exactly 30 days post op. I know ...

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Good morning, doctor. I live in a small town in Holland, I m a 54 year old female, infected with limes disease 20 years ago, many problems with my health as a result. Recently I had to have a septum correction but the anesthesiologist called me a...

doctor1 MD

noticed it 6 days ago which was 6 days post op , how long does it take to be cured , thank you ... , I think it was related to hernia surgery ( I believe it was this soap I used , pre-op ...

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hello, I m just enquiring the relevance of breathing exercise post op laparotomy. Im a physiotherapy student and conducting an assignment on post operative laparotomy and the objective assessment ...

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I am 8 mos post op.. FAH... I am noticing a bulge by my belly button. Could this be adhesions? Constipation is becoming an issue. When so makes this bulge larger. Should I be concerned? Everything else ...

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I had a ureteroscopy over a week ago and had a stent in for 4 days. The stent was removed 4 days ... a UTI or is it more likely my bladder/ureter is still in spasm (and is that normal 4 days post ...

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had kidney stone surgery three days ago (ureteroscopy). Still experiencing intense pain in the same kidney along with terrible lower stomach cramps. The doctor said he removed a stone that was two ...

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My husband is 6 weeks post op laminoplasty and MRI this evening found a pocket of fluid. How is this resolved? We won t hear from neuro surgeon for a couple of days. Waiting time for full report and etc ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

get mri done, and see neurologist, as it's post op case..

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doctor1 MD

Dear Steffy3298, 1. You mention that you have undergone an operation. 2. Anesthesia creates such an effect of headaches, nausea, general drowsiness and dizziness. 3. These side effects will wear off. 4. Take Advil for headaches and Domstal for nausea. 5. I would tell you to take bed rest. The effects will wear off. 100% Regards, Dr. Neel Kudchadkar