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Related terms: Bladder Calculi, Bladder Stones, Renal calculi, Renal Tract Stones, Stones, bladder, Stones, kidney
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I have a larger than normal kidney stone and it's lodged in the narrowest area of the ureter, I have a stent in place to aid in the passage, but it's not working. The ER doctor prescribed Flomax to help the flow of urine and hopefully help pass the stone, but I am reading that it's ...
Posted 19 Jul 2018 by • 1 answer
Should it be taken in the evening?
Posted 26 Feb 2013 by • 4 answers
a Veterinarian, or have experience due to your own dog having this problem. I have 5 year old mini-dachshund who is 13 lbs. She had bladder surgery to remove 2 bladder stones 10 days ago. She finished her antibiotic from the surgery today and her urine is clear. Yesterday, we noticed that she was ...
Posted 9 May 2013 by • 1 answer
My doctor told me to take one flomax at bedtime. I have or had a 3mm stone in the ureter. I don't know if I passed it but when I wake up my urine is a dark coffee color for a couple of times and then it lightenes up. Is this normal?
Urinary Tract Stones - I am having bladder discomfort but tested negative for a uriary infection. I?
Posted 6 Feb 2013 by • 3 answers
... was treated for vaginitis which I received treatment. The discomfort continues. Systascope showed a healthy looking bladder. Ant suggestjs?
Is augmentin compatible with clavamox? my dachsund has bladder stones and I can't afford the surger?
Posted 14 Jun 2013 by • 3 answers
Posted 11 Aug 2013 by • 1 answer
Taking Flomax and Cipro
Posted 12 Feb 2015 by • 1 answer
They seem to be opposite things, with an overactive bladder you want to urinate and with a kidney stone you want to urinate more to pass the stone. How can Tamsulosin do both?
Posted 7 Jan 2010 by • 1 answer
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Posted 18 Dec 2014 by • 1 answer
Urinary Tract Stones - Is this medication (tamsulosin hcl 0.4 mg) safe for pets? My Jack Russell is?
Posted 14 Oct 2016 by • 1 answer
... in a very bad way and has been now for 3-4 months. I am unemployed and my husband is on disability for heart failure so needless to say, financially we are not able to pay for veterinarian for anything. Surgery is out of the question for this reason. It is breaking my heart seeing him in so ...
Should I worry about problems if I've had bladder stones and was advised to avoid prenatal vitamins?
Posted 21 Feb 2010 by • 1 answer
I have just been diagnosed with osteopenia and have not been taking calcium due to bladder stones when I was 20 years younger. I have just been encouraged to start taking Caltrate with Vitamin D.
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