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I have not been given a clear answer from my doctor about why i cannot have sexual intercourse until my stent is removed. they found a kideny stone in me two weeks ago that was stuck between my kidney and bladder. I have a stent in at this time and my wife and i are suffering because we cannot have sex. what are the risks if we do have intercourse?
In fact, any strenuous physical activity is to be avoided as long as the stent is in place as such activities can dislodge the stent. Probably, your treating doctor has this fear only, thus restricting you for the sexual intercourse. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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