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Forum Name: Urology Topics
Question: Diagnosed with Kidney stones
|geberly - Sun Aug 26, 2007 7:35 pm|
Hi Doctor I am 25 year old, male, and recently have been diagnosed with kidney stones. I do not have insurance and have been to the emergency room twice. Once on Aug 2 and the other on the 16th. I went to an urologist the other day and they said by looking on both my cat scan's there was a slight blockage. Would this blockage allow me not to cum after sex? And should I be worried? The urologist sent me home with toridal and told me to try and pass it. I am really worried and help would be great.
|geberly - Sun Aug 26, 2007 7:38 pm|
Also doctor, the emergency room had me on flomax and percocet. I don't have the pain that would send me to the ER just uncomfortable. This was also the first time I was sexually active sense the 16th. Thanks again
|Dr.M.Aroon kamath - Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:32 am|
Kidney stones should not cause blockade to the passage of semen (except in the extremely rare (theoratical) event of a kidney stone coming down and blocking the urethra at that very opportune moment!),
Your kidney stones need to be followed up closely, as they seem to be obstructing.
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