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Do you have blood in the urine and pain in the abdomen? Here is what you need to know.

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The condition where solid particles of calcium oxalate are found in the urinary system causing extreme pain and blood in the urine is called bilateral urinary calculi.


During their lifetime, one in eleven people get kidney stone. Men more than women are prone to this condition.[1]


- It usually occurs in adults between the ages of 20 and 50 years.
- Depending on the size of the stone, it can be passed out of the body in 4 to 6 weeks.
- It needs medical treatment.
- It can only be diagnosed medically.


Bilateral Urinary Calculi is caused mainly when there is decreased urine emission, excessive acidity or a high concentration of calcium and other stone inducing elements. This causes pain in the abdomen, blood in urine, nausea, chills, and fever. Underdeveloped kidney, especially in preterm babies can cause stones. Bilateral urinary calculi need medical treatment with a recovery period of 1 month to 1.5 months depending on its size.


Ages affected - Individuals of the age 20 years and upwards are most likely to get affected.


Symptoms:


Medical diagnosis imperative.
A person can get bilateral urinary calculi anywhere in the urinary system including kidneys, urethra, ureter and urinary bladder.


People may experience
Pain - Severe and sudden pain also known as renal colic beginning in the abdomen can spread to groin.
Blood in the urine - Color of the urine hence can be pink, red or brown
- Fever
- Nausea
- Chills


Treatment



Medical Care: The condition is usually diagnosed with an analysis of the urine sample, blood tests, imagining tests like CT scans, Ultrasound scans. Once the location of the calculi, its size, and nature are all identified then the method of treatment is decided upon. These include medical expulsion techniques for smaller sized stones and for removal of the bigger calculi with surgery techniques like shock wave therapy, endoscopy etc.


Medication: Analgesics are administered for pain relief and in case of infection antibiotics are also prescribed. The intake of a large amount of water is advised to increase urine excretion.


Specialists: A physician should be consulted if any of the symptoms mentioned above are noticed. Your doctor can also suggest measures to prevent the occurrence of bilateral urinary calculi. Come join us at mfine for a one-stop source to good health.

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