My stone didn't cause any problem until it started travelling from Kidney to bladder - that's when I knew I had a problem - I have no history of KS's - a good friend, had just had o bout with them about
2 months prior - so when my back started getting that knifing pain - I called my GI - and he said they are more common for UC folks. Before it got too bad I had my wife drive me to our ER. I stongly suggest you preemt any attack with meds and a game-plan in case your stone starts to travel.
By the time I was in the ER - I was in excruciating pain - and we all know the wait time at most ER's...thankfully i was hooked up to an IV when I had one wave of the KS attack - and the Dr. on call administered some pain med to my IV. I hate to think what THAT would have felt like if I was just at home or on a job-site. Point is, be prepaired. Have a plan and pain meds ready to use incase things get ugly.
Daily: 100mg Immuron, 6x400mg Asacol.
Monthly: inject 400ml CIMZIA
5-lac Probiotic, Spinach and Sunflowerseed Diet,
Omega Oil, Flaxseed Oil, daily vitamins, strictly no alcohol.