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Might have passed a kidney stone?
An_244137 posted:
I'm a 22 year old Male. Yesterday, I didn't sleep much, I was trying to fix my sleeping schedule as it's a mess. This morning, after sleeping 10+ hours, I woke up and felt very tired. My body didn't hurt, except maybe my head, and I thought I must be exhausted from not sleeping the entire day before. I told my wife that I was still sleepy, so i went back to sleep. I slept about an extra 2-3 hours, and when I woke up, I still felt pretty tired. I also felt pretty warm, and thought I might have caught something, considering that my symptoms were similar to that of a flu. I drank coffee in hopes of staying awake, and I just started to pee pretty often. I thought it might have been 'cause of the coffee, but then suddenly, while I was using the restroom, I sort of peed something thick, and I felt like it was force out, and I suddenly started peeing blood, and what looks to be blood clots. It did hurt a little when it came out, and now I'm peeing blood/blood clots, though it doesn't necessarily hurt, just burns a little bit. I asked my parents, and my dad suggested that I might have peed a kidney stone. (Since I did feel like something was forced out) My body doesn't hurt, though a sort of headache does persist, though it's not a bad one, and I do still feel a little warm. What do you guys think? Any suggestions?
Anon_527 responded:
An internet message board is not the place to come for solutions to problems like this. Hopefully you have already contacted your doctor for medical assistance.
counterso replied to Anon_527's response:
Hopefully you took the advice of the previous respondent. Any blood outside the body is a bad thing and a literal red flag that medical attention is required.
An_244137 replied to counterso's response:
Hi guys, thanks for responding. I did go to a doctor, and my doctor explained that I may have very well passed a kidney stone, and prescribed medication for the infection, etc. The days following the incident, I was starting to get a lot better, but I went to the doctor's anyway 'cause it doesn't hurt to have some extra help from the medication. Thanks for your responses. I knew I needed to go to a doctor, I only came here so that I could get, "Sounds like you passed a stone, you should go see a doctor." replies.

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