Renal colic

What is Renal colic?

It is pain associated with usually a calculus in the renal tract, most likely ureter. Sometimes pain starts in the loin or from loin to groin and there may be difficulty or inability to pass urine. Pain is severe , unable to lie down, tossing in the bed and may be associated with vomiting.

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I have pain, left flank, abdomen and back/shoulder. I have left parapelvic cysts, first at just 2mm in 2010 and grew to 4.8 by 2.5 cm by Nov 2012....

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Be assured that the size of the cyst does not bear clinical significance.

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For weeks now I have been smelling a vinegar like smell . I have renal colic st the moment and also a terrible taste in my mouth when I waken each...

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Go for a second opinion

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I was having a serious pains at my left back, I underwent a scan and the results shows that i have NEPHROCALCINOSIS, I am seriously allergic to...

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You need good pain medications!

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Hi and thank you so much for this query.

I am so sorry to hear about this pain. I...

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