Kidney stones symptoms bloating

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Hello, Since the kindey stone is 7 mm, so the symptoms seem unrelated to the kidney stones. Since you are having pedal or leg edema, hence your cardiac, liver and kidney functions need to be assessed for which I suggest you to consult a physician immediately. Abdominal causes like irritable bowel syndrome can also cause such symptoms. Common symptoms include abdominal cramping or pain, bloating and gassiness, and altered bowel habits(alternate constipation and loose stools).
Since having kidney stones currently and knowing what they feel like not being pregnant, I can safely say that I have had stones at least 3 other times between the ages of 17 and 27 (pain at that time was diagnosed as most likely a cyst -- when pain was severe - shortly thereafter went away - they said cyst burst - i am confident that the pain was kidney stones). With that being said, I'm tired of getting the kidney stones (as well as the tiredness, soreness and moodiness).
The most common causes are over eating, fatty foods, allergic foods, any food intolerances, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, ovarian cysts, diverticulosis, intestinal obstruction etc. Kidney stones cannot cause bloating, but if there is gross disturbance in the functioning of that particular kidney where the stone is located and patient develops renal failure, then vomitings can occur. Check whether the drink that you have taken is allergic or not.
You will need to take care to restrict certain foods in your diet, especially vitamin C, as it has been reported to aggravate signs and symptoms of both kidney stones and interstitial cystitis.
And about once a week, I have to pass a kidney stone, and its' extremely painful. The weird thing is that I don't get any of the symptoms of kidney stones, like nausea or extreme pain in my flank. The pain only occurs at the tip of my pee-tube when it's finally coming out. Okay, and that's just the kidney stone part - let me start on the constipation/metabolism parts: I'm always constipated, I go weeks without a bowel movement.
I've been having a lot of pain on my right side, front, back and side and the pain takes my breath away. I had CT scans and ultra sound to determine if I had kidney stones. Then they sent me for x-rays with contrast and I was told I had a floating Kidney. The nurse for his office said there was nothing that I could do for the pain. "Just deal with it". Wow how can I when the pain takes my breath away and the pain is so bad that I have to lay down in bed until it goes away.
If your urine culture returns as negative, then other very rare causes include kidney/bladder stones, urinary retention, pelvic masses and bladder tumors. If you have had bladder neck surgery for incontinence, there is the possibility of bladder outlet obstruction, or "foreign body" in the bladder, which can slso cause the symptoms. you need to get worked up by a urogynecologist or urologist for these, especially if there is also urine leakage.
I saw a physician and he sent me for an X-ray and CBC lab. My xray showed no obstructions, no kidney or gallbladder stones and my CBC labs came back normal. I have had a dull pain in my upper right abdomen just below my ribs. It comes and goes. I am concerned about my gallbladder but there are no gall stones. Ive also had reflux on 3 occasions during this time. Im very frustrated and looking for help.
Don't know on the liver purge .. I'm afraid bcz I have gallstones and won't do that with kidney stones, either .. mine are asymptomatic at the moment and I ain't touching them .. I may be in worse trouble if they move around. I'm on the fence with those purges.
In fact I am just developing the rash. I have had severe pain for 5 days and was convinced I have kidney stones. After a trip to the ER and a CAT scan I do have a kidney stone but not large enough to cause this much pain. I now have severe abdominal bloating. My skin on the belt line on the right side burns and itches and the pain is so severe that I want to just double over and not move.
I have a damaged kidney from years ago, and when I get dehydrated, I get little tiny kidney stones that it takes a while to clear. Again, mine is an usual situation, but I did get some small kidney stones while on Diflucan (a rather high dose for several months, which is unusual) and it has taken a while for them to clear. So I think most people would not get that problem, and it's because of my damaged kidney.
Endo can cause adhesions to form down in the lower pelvis, and if this scar tissue forms on your colon, it can cause the symptoms you describe - basically intermittent bowel obstruction. By the way, adhesions don't show up on x-rays, ct-scans, mri's or any other test. Surgery is the only way to diagnose and treat them, but the vicious circle comes into play again as more surgery can cause more scar tissue to grow. Fun, huh? I assume you have had surgery for the endometriosis?
Everyday I feel bloated and it is painful...........I feel full all the time I feel like my upper left side is bulging out......and lately I am having troulbe even swallowing water..........very uncomfortable..........can anyone give me any ideas.........as to what might be wrong with me.......along with this I have pain right side upper back area.....so painful it hurts to breath.....sit.......
At different times this pain has been called gas, constipation, ovarian cysts, and kidney stones. Yet, no one ever really fixes the problem. I am desperate to determine what is causing this discomfort and daily trial. My stomach is consistently distended and it appears that I am pregnant. I wouldn't normally complain but it is starting to hurt my running success and my coach wants me to lose weight.
I know that there is a link beginning with my chronic uti's as a child, to my severe pms as an adolecent into adulthood, and then on to my chronic kidney stones and infections as an adult, and then the loss of my kidney, as well as the problems I'm experiencing now. My question is what specific tests do I need to request to accurately check my thyroid, parathyroid, and my calcium levels? Also, are there any specific questions that I need to ask.
This is an old post but thought I'd give it a go. My son has just been tentatively diagnosed with MSK. We'd already discovered that he had elevated calcium levels (spiked upwards from 9.9 to 10.6) and he had multiple kidney stones, one of which required lithroscopy. It just so happens that I had hyperparathyroidism and had a gland removed a couple of years ago, so I am familiar with elevated calcium and its effects.
But I have this issue that keep me from being active, which in itself might be the issue. I have had 2 kidney stones already. The first had to be removed at a 7mm size. The 2nd stone was strange though. I got hit with the same pain i had the first time, but in my other kidney, and in fact was a kidney stone when X-rayed or whatever. The pain stopped within a week though and i thought i had passed the stone without knowing.
Kidney Stones??? or Kidney problems? posted by Mark on June 22, 1998 at 19:11:47: Background.... I had a kidney stone removed seven years ago after sitting in the hospital for three days.I have had similar pains as in the past, which I relayed to my doctor, which he said I had small stones passing. Well, after about a dozen or more (stones) symptoms, I am wondering if there is something else I (they) have overlooked.
Hello, These symptoms can be due to kidney stones or infection, some infection of the genitourinary tract or due to inguinal hernia. In cases of hernia, a prominent bulge along with testicular pain is there and in cases of kidney or ureteric stones, pain during micturition may also be there. Lab investigations like complete blood examination, urine examination, ultrasound lower abdomen and sometimes a urethral swab will help in diagnosis. Treatment will be started thereafter.
For this you need to get an ultrasound with urine examination done. Kidney stones or ureter stones if they are blocking the tract could also cause the above mentioned symptoms. Treatment varies from condition to condition. See what your reports say and follow the advise of your doctor. All the best.
Even worse, there isn't a darn thing to do for kidney failure other than treat the symptoms as best you can. Once kidney cells are destroyed, they cannot regenerate like other organs such as the liver can. When kidney failure reaches the last stages, you will notice a marked increase in nausea and vomiting and probably urinary accidents as well. The nausea is from the toxins remaining in the bloodstream that the kidneys can no longer filter out.
going on there, no cancer or endometriosis so it was unexplained as to why this happened. CT also revealed that I had kidney stones. Further tests were done and it was discovered that my right kidney was very small, scarred and only working 11%, it also contained numerous small stones. So it was suggested that this may be the cause of my pain, my kidney was removed 6 weeks ago laparascopicaly and surprise surprise the pain is still there. I'm not sure where to go from here...
If there were kidney stones, then together with other symptoms, you'd experience burning during urination. Kidney stone can cause really strong and sharp colic pain on one side of abdomen (going elswhere from the kidney area in the back or by (usually) one side of abdomen down to the groin. This pain usually causes constipation. Gas, bloating, diarrhea...this goes more with diverticulitis. Temperature means infection, you should get antibiotics (probably according to stool culture).
seems they think I have kidney stones for sure.. and unsure what else is going on.. waiting to see another urologist... will fill you in as I know..
Tell your physician you would like either a pelvic ultrasound or even a CT to rule out cyst, kidney stones and or Endometriosis. I'm so lucky I have both kidney stones, cyst, and possibly my endometriosis returned two years after my hysterecomy. Thats after having 2 laparotomies, 2 endometrial ablations for constantly having cyst on the left ovary and Endometriosis rel bad. The Dr. left my rt.ovary in for horomone balance. Be persistant don't ever give up on yourself or take no for an answer.
Would that present the same symptoms as a kidney stone? I have had confirmed kidney stones in the past and this feels the same. Tomorrow I am supposed to get an x-ray of my spine. Any suggestions?????
I was diagnosed with two small kidney stones and the doctor said surgery is not necessary because of the size. I was diagnosed with gall stones six years ago and the doctor then said the same thing. I experience extreme bloating, and loud burping constantly. This is accompanied by stabbing pains in my stomach. The pain happens in the area of my belly button and sometimes on either the left or right side.
When I had my parathyroid problems in the past, prior to them removing three, it was because they were mush and constantly secreting serum which caused an over abundance of calcium in my system, causing kidney stones, cramping, painful urination. I wonder what is next for me as far as a treatment.
• no libido (very different from past); • dehydration; • vision blurry; • severe osteopenia (2-yrs ago); • kidney stones; • intestinal bloating; • urine excessive volume; • urine, excessive calcium excreted; • depressed; • tumors, cysts, and polyps all over my body; • blood test PTH: normal; • blood test Calcium: High Normal; • 3-neck/thyroid Ultrasounds, 3-Sestimbi Tests: all inconclusive/suspicious. NOW where do I go and what do I do??
I was asymptomatic when my Ovarian Cancer was discovered by accident (I had kidney stones and my PCP sent me for an abdominal CT scan where they discovered it). I felt fine and had none of the "usual" signs that something was wrong (and something WAS very, very wrong!). My question is, are there symptoms for recurrance if it comes back?
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