"Kidney Stones"

About: Queen Alexandra Hospital

My husband had ct urinary etc tract scans done 24th dec 2015, due to large stones and peeing blood ,he had opd for urology on the 3rd feb and was admitted and a stent was put in uretha, returned for laser removal of stones 20th april another stent supposed be temporary and he had mri scan to see if stones have gone on the 8th june, to see urologist the 5th of july and they are aware he is still peeing blood and skin and in alot pain three months is supposed to be maximum time for a stent so am concerned with my husbands other health problems how long it will be before it is removed . As the pain is causing my husbands vascular dementia to be more confused .

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Response from Debra Johns, Patient Experience Officer, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

I am very sorry to read of your concerns about your husband's care and treatment. We would very much like to help him and discuss this with you further, so please contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) at PHT.Pals@porthosp.nhs.uk or via the free phone on 0800 917603 and give them your details and they will do all they can to assist you and get your husband the help he needs.

Kind regards


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