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Kidney stones? ?

Has anyone had kidney stones during your pregnancy and what did the pain feel like. I went to the hospital earlier and was sent home and told I was just experiencing round lig pain but I'm a bit skeptical of that verdict because it lasted for hours and the pain was so intense. I didn't test positive for a uti either but idk what to think. I dont have bloody urine but i swear i peed out something resembling a small pebble earlier too. It hurts so bad to pee and the pain runs all the way through my back (right side). No matter how I sit or move I'm in pain. I've never had kidney stones so I know very little about them but from what I understand, round ligament pain is short lived, not hours and hours of pain. Anyone have an experience like this and have advice?
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That sounds serious and it can't be good of they are kidney stones idk how that would be possible to take care of considering I would go back to the er if you don't have a doctor
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I have kidney stone so my doctor advice me  to drink alot of water and avoid oil food.. cuz she cant give me any medicine for it until im pregnant. .but any way before i got pregnant it was damn paining like taking away my breathing and that time i still dont know that i have kidney stone i just find out that time i have ultrasound to find out about my pregnancy.  And also doctor find my kidney stone its size of 2.4mm so its still small and my doctor told me that after my pregnancy its can melt using medicine.
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