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By  Spartancjm  |  28

That sucks man. My Dad had a kidney stone last year (two days before his wedding), and I had to drive him to the hospital cause he was in so much pain. Kidney stones are no joke, they prescribed him morphine

By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

This reminds me of the time when my best friend went to the hospital for the worst pain in his life. The doctor made the mistake of telling him, with me and our other friends in the room, that the cause was a 1 mm kidney stone. He even said that it was barely big enough to be considered a kidney stone.

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By  Spartancjm  |  28

That sucks man. My Dad had a kidney stone last year (two days before his wedding), and I had to drive him to the hospital cause he was in so much pain. Kidney stones are no joke, they prescribed him morphine

By  davidfong  |  14

Wow that going to hurt when you pass it. I read that the pain is the equivalent of a women giving birth. But sense your at the hospital hopefully they can do something for at least the pain.

By  Phil  |  13

This just happened to me about a month ago. Depending on how infected your bladder is, the surgeon might have to put in a stent to help you pee until the infection clears up. He'll probably prescribe antibiotics, and pain medication also. If they do that, you will probably pee red for a few days. After the infection clears up(this is assuming you have one), then they can schedule you to get the stone blasted. And if all goes well, about a week later they'll take the stent out. Good luck to you.

By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

This reminds me of the time when my best friend went to the hospital for the worst pain in his life. The doctor made the mistake of telling him, with me and our other friends in the room, that the cause was a 1 mm kidney stone. He even said that it was barely big enough to be considered a kidney stone.

By  Charlie Given  |  20

kidney stones are no joke they are the most painful thing you can imagine I've had my legs crushed, I've been shot ,stabbed, had part of my body burned I've been hit by cars and a motorcycle and a four-wheeler and none of those hurt as much as passing two tiny kidney stones and I've had friends, family and co-workers who are all female who gave natural birth and passed kidney stones and they said they would rather give birth to an elephant😨

By  Drover7  |  3

I recently had a kidney stone that was over 100mm! Keep drinking as much water as you can, the operation to remove the stone through my back was beyond painful, I wouldn’t wish it upon anybody! It was a ‘stag horn’ stone.

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  1known  |  29

DO NOT DRINK while in pain. Drink a lot to prevent kidney stone (if you’re having some regularly), but if the pain kicks in, stop drinking.

OP, how come they didn’t give you some painkiller med?
And 5 hours to figure out what you had? There was that many people waiting for a scan?