Symptoms of kidney stones
Some kidney stones may not produce symptoms. People having kidney stones often report the quick onset of excruciating and cramping pain in their lower back, groin, or stomach. It could be so severe that it often causes nausea and also vomiting. A ureterolithiasis is also known to result in blood in the patient’s urine. There may be fever, if the person’s urinary tract is also infected along with having kidney stones. Sometimes kidney stones may also cause symptoms such as difficulty in urinating, penile pain, urinary urgency, or testicular pain.