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Fiery Jack
08-09-2009, 04:58
Two mornings ago woke with sharp stabbing pains in kidney area, still not gone away..hurts when i move. Had it very occasionally when woke with full bladder but was ok after visit to bathroom, this time it hasn't gone away. Can someone recommend a doctor please, i have no idea where to go,

thank you.

Sasha girl
08-09-2009, 08:03
Hi,
I think any medical centre will have a kidney doctor.
I don't know which one is closer to you and English speaking.
I would google it, and arrange an immediate appointment for today.
Kidney in Russian - hochki (in translit)
They probably will send you to go for X-ray
Good luck!!!

Qdos
08-09-2009, 10:07
Check your mattress too, it sounds like a spring could have popped out ;)

tvadim133
08-09-2009, 14:29
Two mornings ago woke with sharp stabbing pains in kidney area, still not gone away..hurts when i move. Had it very occasionally when woke with full bladder but was ok after visit to bathroom, this time it hasn't gone away. Can someone recommend a doctor please, i have no idea where to go,

thank you.


It might be pielonifrit (inflammation of kidney after flue, cold e.t.c.).

You must to go the doctor first for examination.

Bath helps but not for long perid of time and only for illiminating pain.

Untill you go to the doctor do not eat anything fat, salted, fried but drink a much as possible still water (no alcohol, especially beer).

MickeyTong
08-09-2009, 15:08
I don't want to sound alarmist, but it could be kidney stones.

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tvadim133
08-09-2009, 16:59
I don't want to sound alarmist, but it could be kidney stones.

Kidney stone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kidney_stone)

At any rate, only "ultra sound" examination can show if there is a stone or the kindey is enlarged + blood e.t.c. tests.

All things can be treated with correct medecine and a diet but it takes time.

It is important not to postpone a visit to a doctor.

Benedikt
09-09-2009, 08:08
in russian it is почкы POTSHKI..
what you recommended sounds more like 'socks' NOSKI...



Hi,
I think any medical centre will have a kidney doctor.
I don't know which one is closer to you and English speaking.
I would google it, and arrange an immediate appointment for today.
Kidney in Russian - hochki (in translit)
They probably will send you to go for X-ray
Good luck!!!

tvadim133
09-09-2009, 19:54
in russian it is почкы POTSHKI..
what you recommended sounds more like 'socks' NOSKI...

It has been a misprint, I guess (for instance I alway do that in fast typing or nervous)...

But to be very tedious, I would say that "почкы" is a new russian word absolutely, it sounds like an offer of a woman in a cafe in Odessa (with correlated accent) if it is pronounce with up going intonation.

An offer is following: "May be you would like some buds?" :) :) :)

Viola
10-09-2009, 16:53
It has been a misprint, I guess (for instance I alway do that in fast typing or nervous)...

But to be very tedious, I would say that "почкы" is a new russian word absolutely, it sounds like an offer of a woman in a cafe in Odessa (with correlated accent) if it is pronounce with up going intonation.

An offer is following: "May be you would like some buds?" :) :) :)

To me POCHKI sounds more authentic.