Not the largest kidney stone that left my body, but for some reason this was a tough one. Am I getting less resistant to pain? Or was it caused by it’s form? More thorny than smooth (and may autocorrect not change “thorny” please).
Not that kidney stones are smooth, at least not mine, but this one was a hell of a lot of work to pass.
So it ended today, thanks heaven, after half of week of pain coming and going. Maybe I can feel ok now for a while? I do expect more though, cause the workouts makes me sweat and I am bad at drinking water… Or shall I say, bad at drinking enough water.
Yesterday, kind of a surprise, a new Kidney Stone was brought into the world. I knew I had a few coming, both kidneys been working hard for a few weeks, but to translate it into pain I was kind of expecting more like gravel than stones. The one popping out yesterday is not enormous but bigger that the passed pain told me. So it was a surprise.
But it seems, like I said in the beginning of 2020 this year is a Kidney Stone year. 9 stones of different sizes already passed, all from stones to gravel – I now only expect a cliff in need of medical care so they look me in for a few days to crush it.
Until then I either thanks heaven for Spasmofen or my colleagues not to ask when I almost chew their heads of as an answer on a simple query, just cause I am in pain.
There all, let us say that the weekend went on as expected part from the unexpected kidney stone entered the world. But it at least made me going out on Saturday and see some people around me. Not sitting at home trying to survive the kidney stone pains.
And now a new week and only a few weeks before works big conference and today is kind of the day when its time to get the conference work together so I have something to present in the beginning of May.
Kind of one of the worst nights ever when it comes to painful kidney stones. So today I need to check how it works here in France if I need to go to the Emergency room and check so they move and not stuck and cause other kidney problems.