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Old 07-01-2010, 10:52 AM   #1
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Debris in the Bladder Question (Please HELP!)

Hi. One of my very best friends, a 24 year old female, has had a lot of pain in the area of her kidneys and in her pelvis. She was sent for an ultrasound and they found debris in her bladder. She was referred to a urologist, whom she hasn't seen yet.

I tried looking up this debris in the bladder, and I can find next to nothing, other than it can happen with a catheter, which she has never had. Does anyone know any more about this? She is in a lot of pain and I'm really worried about her, so I would appreciate any info.

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