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... I have had kidney stones since age 20. I also have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Because of the PCOS, I gained a ton of weight and had no clue as to why. ... (0 replies)
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... My husband has developed scar tissue in the left ureter. ... (1 replies)

... How do they detect this? MRI's? and how is it treated? What exactly are the symptoms? (6 replies)
... Thanks for all the info! Do the symptoms come and go or are they consistent all the time? (6 replies)
... Sorry you are going through this...but kidney stones or even kidney problems are usually picked up by an ultrasound... ... (2 replies)
... Peeing lots of tissue and have been negative for STIs or any type of infections. ... (2 replies)
... I thought they were kidney stones but this is the first time I'm able to capture one and have it analyzed... ... (0 replies)
... and you are the first person to respond. It has stopped for me at this time I think it might have something to do with kidney stones? ... (2 replies)
... but otherwise healthy, though I have gotten kidney stones in the past. ... (6 replies)
... About six months ago, I had a severely impacted kidney stone which required cystoscopy and laser lithotripsy. ... (0 replies)
... nd and apparently, according to the ultrasound, there were no abnormalities, apart from urinary retention. I would have thought this ultrasound would have showed kidney stones or fibroids and maybe appendix inflammation? ... (44 replies)
... nvolved while cathing, so if it's painful then something isn't right. Should be just an "odd" sensation is all. I cath 5 times a day because I have now developed kidney stones. ... (3 replies)
NSU problem
May 1, 2009
... tibiotics for 1 week. When I went back for the results I was told i was negative for both chlamidyia and gonorrheoa and that I had NSU. I was then referred for a kidney scan which showed no kidney stones so all was fine. ... (6 replies)
... lungs, gall bladder, pancreus, spleen, adrenal, gastrointestinal, urinary, bones, soft tissue etc. ... (3 replies)
... I'm 49, male. For the past 1-2 years I've been having pain when I start to urinate. It's as if the urethra is stuck closed near the opening. I've tried drinking more water and eliminating certain foods/drinks from my diet to no avail. There's no redness or discharge, and no STD's. My PSA is normal. I saw a urologist last week. He doesn't think I have an infection... (0 replies)
... n med's.......cuz, he is so young! He is 37! Im so frusterated!!! The test showed his bladder looked fine and there wasnt any scar tissue! He has had several kidney stones in the past and had surgery 1 time on them! Can an enlarged prostate cause erectile dysfunction? ... (1 replies)
Post TURP scabs
Aug 16, 2010
... t work for long. I understand that in years gone by, 100gm of tissue would have been removed in one fell swoop via an abdominal incision, but the approach now is to minimise trauma, hence the TURP. ... (9 replies)
... reflux means there is some degree of backward flow of urine in the ureter, increasing the size and or pressure in the renal pelvis. The reflux can predispose to kidney infection and so can the obstruction, but I would bet this is an incidental finding. ... (11 replies)

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