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    DaftDog

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    Don't drink any liquids for a few hours leading up to this removal as you will probably have to make a few emergency stops along the side of the road on the way back home. You may experience some "loss of control" for a few hours. ;)
     
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    AussieDave

    AussieDave 18 years & still going!

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    Thanks for the heads-up, mate :)

    Just asking (on your experience but not implying anything), should I safe guard with incontinence pads???

    Partner's car seats are material. While she 'loves me to the moon and back', doubt that extends to seat pissing :D

    BTW... was there much blood in your urine after the procedure? I've heard you can piss blood for a few hours...
     
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    DaftDog

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    Unless you can make frequent stops along the side of the road to relieve yourself incontinence pads may be a good idea to save those material seats. About the blood, I can't really remember, if there was it probably was not that scary.
     
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    AussieDave

    AussieDave 18 years & still going!

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    Update - surgery is scheduled for the 14'th June. I'll be kept in overnight, and then it's only a wait till I get the stent removed. Which, been told could be matter of days, or up to 2 weeks, depending upon when all the zapped stone(s) pieces are passed. I guess a little bit more discomfort is on the cards. But least not to the extent (or pain) I've currently endured.
     
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    I wish you all the best for surgery day, good to hear things are progressing and hopefully you will recover speedily.
     
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    Hopefully, the pain will only be temporary and any extra discomfort will be worth going through to get to a no pain situation.

    Best of luck and see you after the surgery in the thick of conversations here.
     
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    DaftDog

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    That is a long time to wait for the procedure. You'd better be careful that you don't become addicted to those painkillers. The stent is not painful, just feels a bit uncomfortable everytime you urinate.

    All the best.
     
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    Get well soon mate. I have heard that is very painful at the beginning! When you finish all the process get some beers to celebrate :)
     
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    I only just heard about this. I hope you get better very soon, and thanks for the info about coke. I had no idea that it can do that to you.
     
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    Hope all goes well mate and you get better asap. I remember when my appendix burst oh man operation and weeks after was life in hell :(
     
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    Had the OP, and I'm still in hospital.

    Least to say I'm literally pissing a river of wee/blood mixture. And the pain of the stent, every time I pee, has me seeing stars. I'm on an insane array of drugs.

    Anyway, maybe discharged Monday, if I stop pissing blood and what not.
     
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    Hopefully, the worst is behind you mate
     
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    That sounds awful. I hope the pain and blood stop soon.
     
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    AussieDave

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    Feeling a tad better today, least my kidney has stopped feel like it's being ripped out of my back every time I pee :D
    Been told stent stays in for 2 weeks. I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy.

    Thanks everyone for your support and good wishes!
     
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