does anybody get leg pain with kidney stone/s? i'm also getting tailbone pain and cramping in lower abdomen its like i can feel the stone there ive woken up a few times at night with a sharp pain down my right abdomen.my right kidney also aches.
i went to the doctors a few weeks back and i had blood and white cells in urine, so he treated me with a course of antibiotics,
i went back a week later as i was still getting pain and i just had white cells present so he said my urine off and gave me more antibiotics, my urine came back that there was no more action needed?
like i said above im getting these pains again now, can the stone of coursed and infection if there is a stone?
Firstly, Beeferer 'Can have someone edit your sentence' is not a good start when your about to belittle someone, Secondly I completely understand what is being said, the information is all there, only an idiot can't decipher a few typing errors there is just no need to be rude about it.
Rachel22 Did you find out what it was, iv had 3 infections in the last month, the dr said they have all come back clear, I have pain every now and again in my side and thigh but it's only been a few times and it's been a while inbetween & It doesn't last longer than 5 mins, I'm looking at google and it looks like kidney desease, I am worried as I have nearly every symptom on
I also get aches just above my hip bones every now and again, they come at night and go by the morning, I have put it all down to normal aches and cramps..
I was hoping to find a good answerer for Rachel22 problem. From experience Kidney infection / stones, do cause back pain to some degree. That's why the Dr. thumbs you on the back. I have had headaches,fever and general feeling real bad. Yesterday my hip was really hurting today my hip and leg, back and bladder area. I was looking to see if anyone else had leg pains with kidney stones. I do no that the Dr. at the ER told me stones only hurt when they are moving. I also am under the believe they are more painful for men.
Yes! I have had 5 bouts of kidney stones over the past 30 years and I recall having leg pain for several weeks before the real serious kidney stone pain kicked-in. The pain is always in my right leg, and was worse at night and first thing in the morning. It also went up to my lower back at times. It was accompanied by a flu-ish like feeling (ie. upset stomach, frequent irregular bowl movements etc).
I mentioned this to a doctor at a walk-in clinic in Apr. 2009 (last time I had stones). He didn't respond, but gave that "yeah right, I think your crazy" sort-of look.
Drink plenty of water and stay active, and hopefully your stones will pass quickly.