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i had a small kidney stone back in the summer which was very painful. i had a scan back in June and had all clear. I've got symptoms that are confusing me at the moment. for about 2 weeks I've had tingling in my penis and discomfort in the area between my testicles and anus. could this be another stone? I've been given antibiotic in case of uti

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    I would keep an eye on this . If you get frequent uti's particularly if there is blood in the urine then it is likely it is another stone.

    Take care and keep in touch


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    Frankly this does not sound like a stone. Most stone pain is around the flank area although I have heard of instances where the pain radiates to the testicles. That is not common though and would not typically be the first sign of a stone.

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    the pain went away for a few weeks but has come back again. had a urine test and no infection or blood. The doctor is going to give me a blood test to check for any prostate problems but thinks it could be crystals in my urine. anybody know anything about those?

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    I had similar symptoms when i had bladder stones last summer. In between bouts of kidney stones, I got bladder stones!!!! I suffer from bph so they said that's like the cause. They removed them via cytoscopy. I will say that wasnt exactly fun. Laying there with your feet in stirrups as they put a scope up your dick. Getting a stent taken out was about the same level for me. I made some pretty grotesque grunts and moans when that thing gets pulled out.

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