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I have suffering from left lower 3rd ureteral pain. USG was done and found multiple kidney stone size 4 to 5.8 mm stones and one stones is seen in ureter 3rd lower. I was admitted for USS but during CT KUB contrast is not seen any calculus in kidney or ureter. So cancel the plan for USS. But I have still pain in left lower side of stomach. What to do please suggest.

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If contrast CT abdomen is normal then nothing serious issue. It could be muscle spasm or colitis. Sometimes chronic prostatitis can give these symptoms. You can start tab bacstol 200 mg twice daily and tab alfuzosin 10 mg once daily for 15 days and see how is the response.
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