Condensed version: 60-year-old female, overall good health, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>long</span>
ry of chronic UTI and hematuria Pain led me to
ER on Dec. 26, where a 1-2 mm sto
ne (Right proximal ureter with mild bilateral hydronephrosis) was discovered. Followed up with urologist a few days later. We agreed on pushing fluids, straining urine, etc. As of repeat CT scan to
day, Jan. 22, sto
ne has not moved. Pain still comes and goes, but isn't disabling.