What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain After Kidney Stone Laser Surgery?
Morning ,, from this afternoon until now my lower abdomen aches in severe pain, after I underwent kidney stone laser surgery 4 days ago … beg for a solution?
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Kidney stone laser surgery can also be referred to as ESW or extrracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. Kidney stones are exposed to shock waves so that kidney stones break into smaller sizes, and are expected to pass through urine. Keep in mind ESWL is a non-invasive process in the management of kidney stones and in every medical procedure has complications that can occur, including:
Urine contains blood
Discomfort in the lower back
Pain when urinating. Perceived pain can last for 4-8 weeks.
In addition, there are also other complications that rarely occur, including:
Crystal deposits re-form in the patient's kidney, so doctors will advise patients to undergo further ESWL or other procedures.
Contusion on the back of the back.
The pain that you experience can be caused by the ESWL procedure, but it can also be caused by fragments of stones that clog up causing pain in the lower abdomen and pain during urination. If you feel pain so badly that you cannot urinate, it is advisable to return control to the doctor regarding ESWL for an examination and treatment that suits your condition. Treatment can be given in the form of anti-pain and other drugs in accordance with the indications after the examination.
For more information about ESWL, you can access this link.
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