Causes Of The DJ Stent Discharge By Itself From The Vagina?
Hello, I received a DJ stent installation operation, r ntp after 2 months, the dj stent went out by itself via the vagina, when the dj stent came out it didn’t hurt, but a week before the dj stent came out, my mother had vaginal pain, but can’t the way. r nthe question: r why the dj stent can get out of the way?
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A DJ stent is a plastic tube used by urologists to keep the flow between the kidney and the blocked bladder. DJ stents are often performed on patients with urinary tract stones or certain medical conditions and are usually removed when the stone or other obstruction has been removed. To insert this device, the doctor will first insert a cytoscope or a thin tube with a camera at the end through the urethra (the excretion hole that is just above the vagina) into the bladder. After that, the cytoscope is directed to look for the tube that connects the kidney to the bladder (ureter). It is in this ureter that the DJ stent will be placed. Once the DJ stent is in place, the cytoscope will be removed. To remove a DJ stent, the doctor will usually remove it through the urethra using the thread found in the DJ stent. Because removing a DJ stent is easier and simpler than installing it, sometimes the patient can remove a DJ stent on his own. In your mother's case, it may be that the thread was pulled beforehand, changing its position and causing pain. Over time, DJ stents were getting out and finally actually prematurely coming out. If this is the case, you should take your mother back to the urologist who installed the device. The urologist will examine your mother's condition to determine if the DJ stent needs to be reattached or not.
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