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FAO EX Kidney Stone sufferers

Had a Stone removed in October 05, been feeling great.

Last couple of days been getting urge to urinate, especially during the night. I get a dull ache around my groin. no blood.

Went to my GPs and he reckons it is quite common for ex sufferers to get urine infections months after ? Also he thinks I might be still passing small amounts of the stone (sand) which may be working it's way down. Left a urine sample at my GPs and awaiting the results. As I type this thread, the pain is zero. The main problem is when I wake up in the night and sometimes during the day. Can anyone shed a light ? thanks
 
  Graham on 2006-01-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I to have suffered with stones in the past, its been 6 years now I have not gotten them, I take Uva Ursi (an herb) a natural antibiotic and cleans urinary tract, also parsley is a natural diuretic and hydragea root helps break up stones. My remedy was Calcarea but it fits my personality profile. Some people just produce stones, your doctor can check the sand and see what it made from so you'll know., Hope this helps Sherry
 
sherryb last decade
Thanx for the info.

Would you say it's kidney stone related then ?
 
Graham last decade

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