I am 30 years old and about 2 months ago I was introduced with having a kidney stone. For a few days now, I have been experiencing some lower abdominal pain and swelling. Which could be in my ureter? I am not sure if another kidney stone is trying to pass or what might the problem be. Could you please help..... Thanks
Could possibly be a stone in your ureter. If you have pain in that spot for more than 2-3 days, I would go to the doc... a stone may be stuck.
I am not a doc, just my opinion. I have been dealing with kidney stones for a few months now. I felt a stone move from my kidney to my bladder which was pretty uncomfortable. I would go to the doc if the pain stays for a few days, the stone may have gotten stuck.
I was diagnosed with a calcification in the kidney, basically a kidney stone, and i am having severe back and side pain with occasional abdominal pain. In your experience, did you feel pain before it actually entered the ureter?
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