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Kidney Stone

Also called: Nephrolithiasis, Renal Stone

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Hi For now keep a clean container near you toilet, if you get this first thing in the morning, and when it happens next take a mid flow sample, get...
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Hi His high cholesterol, is he on statins? if yes the do have a very good on this one site, www.spacedoc.com after reading it you may just want to...
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No, that is not "too much" in the way of antibiotics, but it would be nice to know if you have kidney stones. A renal CT scan can tell you...
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Hi Well it could be just that a stone that has broken up, but do collect a sample, and take to your doctor, get yourself sorted out with your doctor...
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most definitely ..have her checked for a UTI
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No....kidney stones cause severe flank pain and some urinary bleeding. Genital herpes causes a painful, blister-like skin eruption in the genital...
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You are right that losing excess weight usually helps heartburn symptoms as this article describes. Something else that might be going on is...
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Hi This sand as you call it is known as renal calculi, renal lithiasis, urinary calculi, urinary tract stone disease, nephrolithiasis, urolithiasis...
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An enema would only effect the colon, not the urinary system. An enema would have no beneficial effect whatsoever on kidney stones.
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Hi, Normally blood in your urine I would say see your doctor ASAP, but looks like that may draw a blank, perhaps the doctors at your local ER will...
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The answer is yes, your insurer can deny you, but there's a good chance it won't as long as you follow the rules of your plan. It's...
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NO!  You have a different problem going.
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go to ER
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Probably a stone in the right one as well. My son is 43 and has kidney stones since he was 18. Usually has multiple stones in both kidneys. At one...
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Your symptoms aren't very specific. What side is the pain on? and is it high or low? what other symptoms?
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