Im most likely weird because I have looked everywhere for any info On whats happening to me but there hasent been any
About a year and half ago I was having pain in my right side and I thought a kidney stone had gotten stuck. (I have alot of kidney stones and I know how they feel ) This was a little different but still pretty painfull and when the Dr went in to get the stone he saw my ureter was narrow in three places so I had a stint put in and kept it there for 3 months ( I couldnt take the pain any longer and I had it removed ) I was great until last week when I passed a stone on my right side. Now I have the same pain and I have to see my specialist aug 1st for what I fear will be another stint. My Ureter basicly is so narrow the slightest anything that passes is awefull.
Dos anyone know about this ? I hate feeling alone.
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