W. Klitschko: It Was The Worst Pain I Ever Experienced
By Ruslan Chikov
WBA/IBO/WBO/IBF heavyweight champion champion Wladimir Klitschko is very upset with having to withdraw from this Saturday's fight against Jean Marc Mormeck in Düsseldorf, Germany. There were was immediate concern when information leaked out over the weekend that Klitschko had been rushed to the hospital with abdominal pains. The boxer required surgery to remove a kidney stone.
Klitschko was scheduled to take part in a Monday final press conference, but he continued to feel sharp pains in his abdominal region and he also had a high fever. Local doctors advised him to withdraw and get a few weeks of rest. The fight with Mormeck is now possibly going to happen on March 3rd.
"I'm devastated. I suddenly had incredible pain. The worst I've ever experienced. I had perfectly prepared [for this fight] for seven weeks. Then I get knocked out [of the fight] by a small three-millimeter kidney stone. I am totally disappointed," Wladimir said.
[QUOTE=Joeyzagz;11527041][URL="https://www.cornellurology.com/clinical-conditions/kidney-stones/evaluation/"]https://www.cornellurology.com/clinical-conditions/kidney-stones/evaluation/[/URL][/QUOTE] So you're accusing every poster here who said he had kidney stones once of taking steroids as well? Yes, you are.Comment by lefthook2daliva on 12-07-2011
Heard that sh1t hurts like crazy. Best wishes to the champ. :boxing:Comment by Goodfella12 on 12-06-2011
Worst pain ever.Comment by Scott9945 on 12-06-2011
[quote=Pugly!;11523595]did you piss yours out? or did u have to have treatment/surgery? i can't imagine pissing out a prickly, grainy hard ball. . my friend said he passed out when passing his it was so bad[/quote] [I][B][FONT=Arial]I pissed them out…Comment by Joeyzagz on 12-06-2011
[QUOTE]The pain of renal colic is described often as sharp, severe, intermittent, and occurring with abrupt onset. Nausea and vomiting often accompany these symptoms. If infection and obstruction is present, the patient may experience fevers and chills. Stones can, however,…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (19)