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Sex after stent was removed
How soon can i have sex after my kidney stent was removed. Thank you. Last May 11, 2017 I was operated through uteruscopy and laser to remove the stoe from my kidney. And then a stent was left for 2 weeks. Only yesterday, the stent has been removed. Now my urine is cleared with slight blood. Please give me advise. Thank you.
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I would advise you to wait until the blood disappears from the urine completely(usually takes upto 4 days), bladder symptoms resolve within 24 to 48 hours. So once these problems are resolved you can continue to have sex but there may be some discomfort when you do it. If you develop any problems kindly visit your treating urologist at the earliest
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