When cycling the night before yesterday, the left side of the bladder suddenly began to smoke. It was very painful. It hurt for two or three minutes and then slowly faded away. There is still a little faint pain when I go home. I don't feel much during the day the next day, but it hurts again when I lie in bed at night, especially when the bladder pressure is so high that I feel more uncomfortable. I couldn't find the reason when I went to the hospital this morning. I told the doctor it wasn't a stone, but he mainly checked the stone pain. Because it had hurt before, he knew how the stone hurt, and it didn't hurt to knock on the back. I made intestinal polyps two months ago and put hemostatic forceps in hospital for three days. I drink red wine these days. Is it an intestinal problem? But the color of stool is normal, and it can take shape without diarrhea. Can it be the prostate or other reasons that cause the pain? Now the doctor just gives me some medicine to relieve the spasm, but it's useless to eat it in the morning and noon. It's still painful now. If it hurts a little more, I can't help it. There are 2 occult blood in the test sheet, but there are 1 or 2 in the physical examination at ordinary times. What else might hurt?
Hello, good evening, my friend. According to the description of your condition, I think it may still be a urinary stone. Although you didn't find it in the color Doppler ultrasound examination of the urinary system, it may be a stone, which has been excluded from the body. It's entirely possible, but the stone stimulated your ureter or bladder and showed symptoms of pain at that time.
However, the stone is very fast. As your urine is excreted out of the body, it may not be large. Moreover, although you did not find any obvious stones in the color Doppler ultrasound examination of the urinary system, there are hematuria and proteinuria in the routine urine test, which shows the problem. It also shows that there are diseases that cause you to have hematuria, so the most common is kidney stones. If you still feel pain in your lower abdomen, you can go to the urology department of the hospital for a few progesterone injections, which can significantly relieve the pain