I am 57 y-o male. In early October 2018, I underwent ureteroscopy for 7 mm stone from left kidney and had stent inserted. Surgery went ok and I was discharged. I was asked to give 24 hour urine collection for analysis and returned 3 weeks later to have stent removed. An ultrasound revealed that I still had several small stones in left kidney and also there was some swelling to the kidney. Nurse checked with consultant that it was still ok to remove stent and he said that it was ok. Stent was removed and everything seemed ok but the nurse wanted me back in 3 weeks for another ultrasound to monitor swelling. In the meantime, the urine analysis showed 'volumes 1694 and 2326 demonstrating hypercalciuria 11.9 mmols/24 hr, hypermagnesuria 6.07 mmol/d, normal alkaline screen, evidence of hyperparathyroidism, PTH 5 mmol/L, serum calcium adjusted 2.71 mmols/L'
Consequently, I have been referred to an endicrinologist who took a blood test, which apparently came back with normal calcium levels. and made me an outpatients' appt. in March 2019. I returned for the second ultrasound re swelling and was told that it was still swollen and have heard nothing more. My concern is that, for the last 3 weeks and I have been constantly nauseous 24/7 to the point that even the thought of food makes me want to vomit. I don't have a history of anxiety or stress and it is not a tummy bug. This feeling is 24/7. It doesn't come and go and it is the same level constantly. I have never had this before in my life. I don't want to wait 3 months before I'm seen by somebody as this is driving me insane. Can someone suggest what they think I should do. It would be greatly appreciated.