In 2004, I woke up early one morning doubled over in tears from the most excruciating pain, it felt like back labor. My husband rushed me to the Er and there was blood in my urine, I was in so much pain, they gave me a shot for pain and some pain meds and an antibiotic and sent me home with a little strainer to pass the stones. They were really small like small grains of sand. What caused this? I drink a lot of coffee, could that be related? I know I never want to experience this again. Its horrible.
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