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I can understand your apprehension.
But you need not worry.
As per the report images you have provided, your CT scan is absolutely fine as far as calculus (stone) is confirmed. To detect a calculus (stone), a plain CT scan without an IV contrast is sufficient as the majority of the stones are radiodense on CT. During an ultrasound examination for renal - ureteric - bladder calculus, it is important to scan the patient in a state of the distended urinary bladder. Sometimes, small stones can be missed, and backpressure changes caused due to them. To be sure, sometimes we ask the patient to urinate and then again scan them on the full bladder so that our chances of missing the calculus is decreased. However, in your case, if a competent sonographer did not detect calculus even on a repeat scan, then you may relax. (your CT scan also corroborates this). I will be happy if you could provide me with your ultrasound report and images and your CT scan images. The cause of your frequent urination could be a urinary tract infection (UTI). Kindly get a urine examination done and also check your blood sugar levels. In the case of the urinary bladder infection, on ultrasound, we can see thickening of the urinary bladder wall and significant post-void residual urine. In the event that a urinary tract infection (UTI) is diagnosed, you have the option to obtain a prescription for UTI online, ensuring appropriate antibiotics for the treatment of urinary tract infections.
I hope this helps.
The Probable causes:
Urinary tract infection.Investigations to be done:
Urine routine microscopic and pathological examination.Differential diagnosis:
Complete blood count.
Blood sugar levels ( fasting, post-prandial, glycosylated hemoglobin).
Urinary Tract Infection.Probable diagnosis:
Urinary Tract Infection.Treatment plan:
Urinary antibiotics depending on reports.Preventive measures:
Drinking plenty of water or fluids.
Drinking plenty of water or fluids,Regarding follow up:
Not holding urine for long.
Control of blood sugars if diabetic.
Follow-up with reports.
Also provide me with USG images and reports.
Provide me with CT images.