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What is very important at this stage is to find out if the anatomy of your left kidney is normal or abnormal. What I mean - is your left kidney is draining urine normally or is there a hold up of urine drainage ? This will suggest if there are solutions ? This assessment can be carried out with the help of CT urogram. Mr.B.Dev Sarmah Consultant Urological Surgeon
yes, it may go away but you need to pass it down into your bladder which can be very painful. However, treatment depends on the size of the stone - most people only find out they have a kidney stone when they pass it. If the stone is small, then it is unlikely to cause much pain and it can be observed. You need to discuss this with your GP or urologist
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