When a kidney stone becomes lodged in the urinary tract, urination becomes extremely painful. The kidney stone is blocking the flow of urine through the ureter or moving around against the sensitive lining of the kidney or other areas of the urinary tract. Pain when urinating is most common when the stone lodges in the area where urine enters the bladder.
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