Black Widow vs. Brown Recluse
See Who Wins
View Slideshow »
Picture of Psoriasis
A reddish, scaly rash often located over the surfaces of the elbows, knees, scalp, and around or in the ears, navel, genitals or buttocks...
View Image Gallery»
The Sex & Love Quiz
The brain. The body. The bedroom. What do you know?
View Quiz »
Tell us a bit about your background to make your comments more useful to other eMedicineHealth
Gender of Patient:
Age Range of Patient:
75 or over
I am a:
Enter your comment (required)
By submitting your comment, and other materials (collectively referred to as a "Submission")
to eMedicineHealth, you grant eMedicineHealth permission to use, copy, transmit,
publish, display, edit and modify your Submission in connection with its Web site.
eMedicineHealth will not pay you for your Submission. You represent that you have
all rights necessary for eMedicineHealth to use your Submission as set forth above.
Please keep these guidelines in mind when writing your comment:
Thank you for participating!
I have read and agree to abide by
Terms and Conditions and the
To prevent our systems from spam, please complete the following
prior to submitting your comment.
I've had kidney stones approx. 25 times since 2000 -- my urologist says they are "classic" calcium stones, yet offers no help in prevention -- he's also greedy with the pain meds -- tells me that a particular stone "isn't very bad and should not be too bad" it's evident he's never had one & I wish our city had more than 2 urologists so I could find someone who actually cared about me and my pain rather than just getting rich off repeat trips for an unresolved problem.
I just passed my fourth kidney stone. It was the absolute worst pain ever. I had abdominal pain, extreme pain in my testicles, and vomiting. Because it was my fourth stone. I knew exactly what to do. I went to the ER and got an IV mainly for fluids. I also got a shot of Toradol. I urinated through a screen and passed every stone within 72 hours. .
Find out what women really need.