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Answered: My husband has gotten kidney stones several times in the past year. Is

If you are an excessive eater of particular foods, you’re bound to meet some complications. There are many foods to avoid with kidney stones. Calcium is one of the main causes of kidney stone development, so lay off or reduce your milk, cheese or dairy product intake. If you already have kidney ...

Answered: What causes kidney stones and how can you prevent them? Is there anything

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Answered: Bananas for kidney problems?

You should definitely bring this to the attention of your doctor. Potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus and other minerals are critical for the proper function of your kidneys and their ability to keep the water balance of your blood, as well as their ability to remove toxins. If you have kidney ...

Answered: Do kidney stones cause sharp pain in the lower shoulder blade?

No, pain in the lower shoulder blade is not a symptom of kidney stones. Stones in the kidney cause severe pain in the genitals and thighs. You may also feel pain during urination. Other symptoms of kidney stones are chills, fever, pyuria, a persistent urge to urinate, frequent nausea and vomiting ...

Answered: How quick do you need to get a kidney stone to the doctor after

No big rush, kidney stones are pretty hard. They may want to analyze the type of stone (e.g. calcium oxalate vs. uric acid).

Answered: Constant sensation of urination

There are many facets to this question. #1: If I knew the name of the medication you are taking, I could look it up and find out the side effects, interactions, dosage, etc. The best I can do on this part of the question is to ask you to go to any larger Pharmacy, and near where you pick up your ...
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Relationship between carbonated water and kidney stones

Many stones are calcium oxalate, not calcium carbonate. Have you had your stone analyzed?

My hands are shaking with the kidney stones is that normal

while it is not a "normal" reaction it could be either the pain that is causing this or the meds they are giving you for the pain...if it does not subside let your doc know

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