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... Does anyone know if I'll be able to pass a 7 mm kidney stone? ... (0 replies)
... In 2013 I found out on a trip to the ER that I had a 1.7 centimeter kidney stone. A tumor was also discovered. ... (0 replies)
... In 2013, I suffered with a 1.7 centimeter kidney stone. Ended up with a blockage, a stent, two lithotripsies, stent removal, another blockage and a third lithotripsy before I was stone free in 2014. ... (0 replies)

... In 2013, I thought I was having an appendicitis on my right side. It turned out to be a large kidney stone, 1. ... (4 replies)
... Hopefully you're also straining your urine! Because the stone is small and you might not even realize it's passed!. It's possible to continue to have pain even after the stone passes. ... (6 replies)
9 MM Kidney Stone
Jan 16, 2014
... About 2 years ago I started having Kidney stones. Since then I have had about 7 bouts with the stones with the largest being 5mm. ... (1 replies)
... I to am experiencing my first kidney stone , mine is 7 mm . Can I fly with the kidney stone ? ... (8 replies)
... Two weeks ago I had a horrible pain in my back and turned out to be a kidney stone. it's a 7.4 mm stone which is now stuck in the UVJ. ... (0 replies)
New Kidney Stone
Oct 27, 2007
... Yup. Depeds on the shape of the stone too and the position in which it hits the ureters. I passed a 7 MM the other day and never felt it, but I found it in the strainer. It was long but narrow and must have come out just t he right way. ... (21 replies)
... I think the reason I've had so many kidney stones is that I wasn't drinking enough water. ... (11 replies)
... cm is 7 mm. Chances are if it is the ureter already it should pass. If you have increased blood, pain,. ... (6 replies)
... cm is equal to 7 mm, so it's still a pretty good sized one. Hope someone else can give you more info, sorry! ... (6 replies)
... No not straining anything. I still have one of the stones I passed awhile back ago. I did have one tested in a lab and they said that it was 90% calcium Oxalate and the rest uric....I think it was uric, not sure though. (7 replies)
... I would say a 7 mm stone is a large stone. ... (11 replies)
... I'm sorry you have a kidney stone too. 7 mm is too big to pass. Mine is even bigger and I'll be having a Lithotripsy. They put you to sleep and use shock waves to break up the stone into little pieces. ... (11 replies)
... How many (cm) are those stones? (10 replies)
... bladder area. We had a CT Scan to show this. The Dr. is really curious why, at 16, she is getting kidney stones. She has a 2 mm in her left kidney too. He is going to test her urine to see if it is the uric acid stone that can be dissolved by medication. He mentioned surgery too as an option. ... (10 replies)
... t 2 months back I urinated blood. I went to the Dr and he sent me to get an IVP. It showed one uretur slightly blocked so I was sent to get a scan which showed a 7 mm Kidney stone. Long story short, it was lodged just under the kidney so he zapped and broke it up. I then urinated out the pieces. ... (2 replies)
... I posted previously about my kidney stone attack. I went to the ER about 3 weeks ago with the attack and didn't pass the stone until 2 weeks later. It was 7 mm and the urologist was extremely surprised that I even passed it. ... (2 replies)
... The stone will NOT pass on it's own. The ureters are only the size of a piece of spaghetti in diameter. I had one that was 1.7 centimeters in size. ... (3 replies)

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