A consult with a physician is always best given a symptom of pain. If possible, get a second opinion. If a stone has been a differential, serum calcium ,urinary calcium , and uric acid levels may need to be determined. Do you have a history of kidney stones in the family?
Your CT scan ruled out the presence of a stone. It is possible that you have passed it out.Other differentials would be musculoskeletal and nerve related pain, an underlying infection, structural abnormalities in the bladder or urethra, or a spine problem.Intermittent pain that may vary with position and is associated with blood in the urine may suggest ureteral stones. Pain medications may help alleviate the symptoms. Were you prescribed with any?
Take lots of water and set a daily exercise schedule.Avoid dairy products for the moment due to its high calcium content.
No history of kidney stones at all. This was my first experience with it. They gave me pain meds that lasted five days - which was two weeks ago so as you can see no pain meds anymore :)
I only drink water - I'm allergic to dairy so no danger there. That's why its such a mystery to me. Thanks for the input!!