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It's always a little unnerving when you urinate straight blood.
I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
Having horrible bladder spasms currently.
It's going to be long night.
did they give you the little blue pills to take care of the spasms? That helps a lot. Also, avoid caffeine for a little while, as that will make it burn more.
Good luck, hope you are back to normal soon
If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day.
got sent home today. Need to keep the infection under control until next week when they go back in to get the stent and the stone.
But, the infection is not wanting to go away. Im back up around 100 again, thats not a good sign.
I did take the antispasmodic and it seems to be doing better tonight. Found if I lie on the floor and keep my feet up on the couch it takes some of the pressure off.
I lucked out a little and the surgeon was able to reach it with the scope and pull it out whole.
I have to work 45 hours this weekend starting 6pm Friday so I hope this doesn't go on too long.
Keep taking those antibiotics. Hope that kicks out that infection so you can get that stone out.
sitting at work wishing I was back in the hospital!! haha. That is an odd feeling.
The meds are really screwing with me, but Im hoping I can keep it all sorted out and get this whole mess done with next week. My kid has a show in Nashville next weekend, I dont want to miss that.
Keep up the good fight!!
went in yesterday to have the stone on my left side crushed. I was second in line for the day. The dude in front of me was out, and being worked on, when the asteroids machine broke, and it took 4 hours to get it fixed. THAT SUCKED. More for him than for me, I imagine. They had to either bring him out of anesthesia and put him back under, or leave him there the whole time. Either way, not good.
I was out for over an hour. My freaking head hurts so bad. When they were wheeling me back down the hall I couldnt feel my left leg. Then about 10min later the feeling came back, and I wished it would go away again. I dont know what position that had to put me in to get to that damn stone, but my entire body is sore as hell today.
Apparently the infection is gone, that is good news.
anyways, peeing green today. Good sign I think. Go State.
Ouch. I just passed a rather large stone.
glad you were able to pass it, but OUCH is right. Sorry man.
I have a couple more weeks before we go back and blast the stone on my right side. Still recovering from the gall bladder surgery. Such a wonderful little life.
Do you have more? or no? or no idea??
I saw this on a Family Guy rerun last night
RCMB Join Date: September 2001
I wish people would post the photos of their stones.
Just recently passed some more stones and the CT-scan shows I have another.
Binford4State said... (original post)I wish people would post the photos of their stones.
Binford4State said... (original post)
So happy I wasn't part of the 50% to have another stone within 5 years of my first. Passed it during the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XL (the one in Detroit). I thought I was dying when I woke up with the pain early that week. Slept most of the week away on pain medication.
8+ years and counting...
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Snake Plissken said... (original post)Just recently passed some more stones and the CT-scan shows I have another.
Snake Plissken said... (original post)
I hear you. I was in the ER last month with stomach pain due to my Crohn's and they found some crystalization in my urine. My gastroenterologist says that I'm going to be forming them frequently. I had 2 within months last year.
mfriedster said... (original post)I hear you. I was in the ER last month with stomach pain due to my Crohn's and they found some crystalization in my urine. My gastroenterologist says that I'm going to be forming them frequently. I had 2 within months last year.
mfriedster said... (original post)
Got a brother that has Crohn's. Was driving from Detroit to Atlanta (where he lives) about 15 years or so ago. We were in some traffic near the Tennessee Georgia border when out of nowhere my brother just starts moaning and complaining like crazy. He's had Crohn's for 20 years at that point and he didn't have any idea why he was feeling so much pain. An half hour later, he tells me I have to get off the expressway. I get off some exit and he as soon as he can, he gets out of the car and goes and lays on the sidewalk near where I parked at. About 15 minutes later he's asking me to call an ambulance for him. He ended up having his first kidney stone attack.
He's had at least 20 more over the past 15 years.
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