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Kidney stone in left kidney can it make even your left leg hurt?
Sounds like you have a urinary tract infection, its not a huge deal but you should definatly go see a doctor...they can give you antibiotics to clear it up.
Most times in the lower back on the side where stone is located.
Depending on if your a male or female... for a male it depends on the size of the stone. It feels like your urinating needles and glass. It is painful. But once passed you wit…h feel alot better They say the pain is like child birth.
i don't know... i haven't experience it... try it for yourself...
According to the Medline Plus government website: The main symptom is severe pain that starts suddenly and may go away suddenly:Pain may be felt in the belly area or side of t…he backPain may move to groin area (groin pain) or testicles (testicle pain) http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000458.htm
Generally it does not hurt when the stone actually comes out. The most painful (and trust me it's very painful) part is when it travels from your kidney to your bladder. The t…ube it passes through is called the ureter; a tube that is quite a bit smaller than the urethra. How ever if it is a large stone it may come to rest in the bladder as well as the urethra. This can cause a sensation of needed to urinate constantly and may be accompanied by a burning sensation when you pee. Though most of the time when a stone has exited the ureter the rest may be an uncomfortable or awkward feeling but not so much painful and 9/10 it's over very fast.
I would highly advise it. Stones 5mm and larger have difficulty passing on their own because of their size, and when they do attempt to exit your body the pain is severe…. I had a kidney stone around 5mm and had to have it medically "blasted" with a laser that went into my tubes. Be prepared for a hard recovery, but getting it taking care of now is better in the long run.
It hurts to pass them through the long narrow urethra. (like a woman giving birth) There may be a little pain when it is passed through the urethra but normally not that much.… The pain from a kidney stone comes when it travels from the kidney to the bladder in a tube called the ureter this tube is smaller and thinner than the urethra. The pain can be caused if it is a jagged stone by it scraping on the sides of the ureter but mostly it is the result of spasms in the ureter as your body is trying to push the stone out.
left upper quadrant
Maybe, but really, it's in or near the intestines that it hurts. -- The upper half (of the body)
Yes, causes extreme agony around the kidney/ urine area, to the point i had to lie on the floor in the foetal position and stop myself from screaming.
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Yes, a kidney stone in the right kidney may cause pain down the right leg.
because the stone likes the right because left side is clean and the left is dirty like mud
The word is actually Calyx. If you have a kidney stone 4.4mm, it is not normal but can still be passed since it is small.