Passed 3 stones this month, just want to complain

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my next urology appt isn't until June 1st. I assume surgery is in my future. 

Pain level is currently at: moved into my bathroom, sleeping here. 

 

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    Oh my goodness.

    Are you sleeping in the bathroom because of the pain?

    I feel for you.

    I have a large kidney stone and have a uroligy appointment the day before you.

    Do let me know how you get on.

    Take care and keep in touch

    Sarah

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      Basically. Laying down hurts because of where the stone currently is. So I'm sitting on the toilet laying with my face on the counter. Next day and I've moved to the couch, probably going to the hospital if these keeps up.

      Fingers crossed for our appointments!

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      Do let me know how you are. My pain comes and goes without any warning.

      I was fine yesterday till early evening.

      A lot of pain before I went to sleep last night.

      I really don't understand it at all.

      Praying for you.

      Lots of love

      Sarah xxx

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      I find that when the stone moves, some places is total, horrific agony and some times, I can go to work, take walks and be fine.  One of the stones I passed this weekend was so big and sharp I can't believe I passed that thing.

      I hope you were able to get some rest.  Do you have any good medication to help?

      Stay strong!

      Michelle

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      i have lots of medication to help including Oramorph for the pain when I  need it.

      I was really bad with the pain yesterday, Dr said she thought the stone had moved a bit.

      Better today.

      Take care and keep in touch

      Sarah xx

       

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