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|RE: It's "passing" that is painful, but it's internal passage. |
Yip Man 03/10/09, 01:10
Small stones are usually easy to pass. Big ones like Slagathor is bragging about are rare and often need medical attention to pass. The pain typically starts on one side of the mid-back and eventually travels to the lower abdomen and groin. It tends to come in waves. Blood in the urine is common, often times quite a bit. If this does not describe your situation I would urge you to consider further evaluation.
Well, if it was a really tiny stone then it sort of does, but I'll take my hospital up on the ultrasound offer if they get around to requesting that I come in. Thanks.
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