Erectile dysfunction kidney stone removal

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Avatar m tn Hi there, Kidney problems and kidney stones can lead to erectile dysfunction. Only a complete medical evaluation can confirm whether this erectile dysfunction is due to kidney stones or not. Drink plenty of water and take adequate treatment for your kidney stones. This is merely an advice and not a substitute for clinical examination. Hope it helps. Best luck and regards!
Avatar f tn How old is he now and how well he manages to do his daily activities of living without an attendant? There are many causes for erectile dysfunction and also various treatment options depending on the age and cause of erectile dysfunction. Some of the causes are " Damage to nerves, arteries, smooth muscles, and fibrous tissues, often as a result of disease, is the most common causes.
Avatar m tn But what are the chances of erection in both testicle removal??
Avatar m tn I don't think kidney stones themselves can cause erectile dysfunction (I've never heard of that). But I do know that urogenital infections can and do cause ED. Infections almost always accompany kidney stones. Did the ED go away yet?
Avatar m tn I had kidney stone removal surgery with a stent placed in, which has now been removed. I'm almost a week out from surgery and my semen is bright yellow, with white spots. Explanation?
Avatar m tn I had kidney stone removal surgery with a stent placed in, which has now been removed. I'm almost a week out from surgery and my semen is bright yellow, with white spots. Explanation?
107860 tn?1302926740 When I was seven or eight months pregnant I found out that I have a kidney stone. ( found out do blood in my urine) The doctor told me it's the size of my pinkey finger. I've had some minor pain, later on I had an x-ray, ct done, and now they cannot find it, I know I didn't pass it. Now the doctor wants me to have an ultrasound. Why cannot they find it? Should I wait to have it removed to concive again??
Avatar m tn Impotence or erectile dysfunction is common side effect after radical prostatectomy. The nerve sparing technique restores potency in men when tumor is localized. Of the two surgical techniques, these are nerve-sparing ones, unilateral prostatectomy can save the neurovascular nerve bundle and bilateral spares both. The erectile function returns in more than half who undergo the bilateral technique and about half for unilateral technique.
Avatar m tn yes. just now im feeling like i got a fever. by the way, Doctor Rowena, you're from Philippines too right? how much does those kidney stone removal costs? im quite worried because im from a poor family...
Avatar n tn Hello, It is normal to experience pain for 1-2 days after kidney stone removal. This is because of trauma to the ureters and kidneys which occurs when the stones are removed. Ask your doctor to prescribe your husband anti inflammatory pain killer drugs like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac. If the symptoms persist then get an evaluation done from a physician as any complication of the procedure and infection has to be ruled out. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Avatar m tn Hello, Method of treatment of kidney stones depends on the size of stone. A 4 mm stone has an 80% chance of passage spontaneously in the urinary tract while a 5 mm stone has a 20% chance. a stone of 7.7 mm needs other methods of kidney stone treatment. I’ll suggest consulting a urologist for the same and seeking treatment depending on the size of the stone.
1736524 tn?1310745311 If the size of the stone is small, it’s usually treated with ESWL in which shock waves are given from outside and stone breaks into small pieces. On the other hand, if the stone is quite big, then the surgical removal of the stone is a better option. Please do continue to drink lots of water for it does facilitate at least in preventing the formation of new stones if not the flushing out of the present stones. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
Avatar n tn I was admitted to the hospital the first week of October for a kidney stone which I wasn't able to pass. A stent was placed for a week to clear any possible infection and to help pass the stone, it didn't pass so earlier this week I was given the wave surgery, Lithrotripsy?, which broke up the stone and was removed with the basket. Another stent was placed after that surgery to keep the passage open and prevent infection, it is supposed to remain 10 days until Friday of next week.
Avatar m tn Based on what you have described you have hypertension, erectile dysfunction, and mild left ventricular hypertrophy on both your electrocardiogram and echocardiogram. It is essential that you control your hypertension as best as you can to prevent further progression of LVH. LVH refers to the thickening of the heart muscle as a response to high blood pressure. It is not uncommon to have erectile dysfunction accompany hypertension. To answer your questions specifically 1.
Avatar f tn s opinion regarding removal of that kidney stone.
Avatar n tn Hi there, Kidney stones are common these days. A stone usually stays inside one of your kidneys, it usually doesn't cause a problem unless it becomes so large it blocks the flow of urine. This can cause pressure and pain, along with the risk of kidney damage, bleeding and infection. Smaller stones may partially block the thin tubes that connect each kidney to your bladder or the outlet from the bladder itself.
Avatar n tn KIDNEY STONE REMOVAL WAS DONE AND A STENT WAS INSERTED FOR ME ON 13 JUNE2011.STONE HAD BLOCKED MY LEFT KIDNEY. WHEN SHOULD THE STENT BE REMOVED. IS STENT REMOVAL PAINFUL? WIL IT HAVE ANY AFTEREFFECTS.
Avatar m tn you need google erectile dysfunction to get a full description (over 20 different ways to cause erectile dysfunction) If you suspect to have it, you need to visit a doctor so they can determine if it is physical or psychological problem. It's usually psychological or it could be the combination of physical or psychological. Usually men over 40 that experience erectile dysfunction relates to a physical problem or some underlying medical condition, ie. diabetis, high blood pressure, etc.
Avatar f tn I would suggest you to get an evaluation done from a urologist to determine the type of stone. Treatment modes include Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithrotripsy (ESWL), uteroscopic stone removal and percutaneoud nephrolithotomy but it depends on the size of the stone. If the size of the stone is small, it’s usually treated with ESWL in which shock waves are given from outside and stone breaks into small pieces.
Avatar n tn On the other hand, if the stone is quite big, then the surgical removal of the stone is a better option. Please do ask your mother to continue to drink lots of water for it does facilitate at least in preventing the formation of new stones if not the flushing out of the present stones. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.