Kidney Pain With Zubsolv??

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lostandlooking68 Says:
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Anyone having kidney pain with this medicine. I have been in pain since they switched me from sub to this Zubsolv. Blood in urine 1-2 day. Kidney pain going on 4 day. I need advice Anyone....



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Verwon Says:

If you're having blood in your urine, you need to speak to your doctor, so they can check it out. It may not be related to the medication, but only your doctor will be able to let you know for sure.

Are you prone to kidney infections?

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lostandlooking68 Says:
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It turns out that I have kidney stones in my right kidney. The new medication also made me very constipated which caused an internal hemorrhoid. I had a major bleeding issue today from the internal hemorrhoid and had to go to the ER. So the moral of the story is when taking any type of opiates make sure you take a stool softener. Not sure if the kidney stones are related with the medication or not. More doctors this week so the story will continue..

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tupuli Says:

I have been on zubsolv for 4 months, and i have pain, so they treated me twice with levitran or some antibiotic, then metronidazole and fluconazole for yeast infections. I pee a little then stop, pee a little, then stop and the tubes feel irritated. I just got another U/A and they said no bacteria. I sure wish i knew what was going on; as this has been going on for months now. I'm seeing a urologist in 2 weeks. I just googled what zubsolv does to your internal organs and kidneys and this is what came up. Thank you.

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