Kidney pain

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I had a kidney stent put in one day ago on my right side after a rather large stone was busted up by the laser is it normal to hurt really bad in my right kidney after I urniate

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    Yes x

    Was stented for 6 weeks then stone was blasted and restended afterwards and the pain was there constantly in the kidney area

    I had diclofenic suppositories and kept on top of pain with cocodomal and used a heat pad over the kidney to give some relief.

    Hope that helps

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      After the stent was removed did the pain go away I'm suppose to remove the stent myself after wearing it for 3 days and the only pain I'm having is severe pain in my kidney

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      No I had pain for around 5 days but it gradually went easier but people said try a heat pad, it drove my pain mad so I took it off. A hot shower did help as I got told the kidney and bladder was going in to spasms after the stent had been taken out. I was given Naproxen and they did help. My stent was in for 2 days and my consultant took it out.

      Don't leave the pain.

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    Hi, I had my kidney stone lasered 3 weeks ago, it was broken up inside me and some of it removed. I found the pain to last about 10 days but I did have to have the Dr out to give me pain killers and antibiotics and it did start to help

    I do feel a lot better know and have passed little bits of stones.

    It does get better, this is my 2nd kidney stone operation as I had one 7 years ago also.

    Take care and rest and if need be contact your Doctor.

    Let me know how you go on.

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    Yes, I had a similar procedure done about a month ago and was in a lot of pain for at least a few days. I was taking norco for the pain. The stent bothered me every day it was in and I couldn't wait to take it out. I was to take it out after 5 days. I was instructed to remove it myself by pulling the string attached and that was surprisingly pain free and I felt immediate relief after. If you are taking the stent out yourself I recommend doing it in the shower with a full bladder. Hope you feel better soon. 

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    Hi christy

    In my own experience, i had stents in both kidneys and every time i went to urinate it was agony. It felt as though someone was trying to pull my kidneys and internal organs to the ground.

    I was catheterised on and off for a month and this relieved the pain .

    I personally found the stents to be more painful than the stones.

    Diclophenic was my saviour through my ordeal.

    Best wishes for a speedy recovery

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