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Calcium stones in kidney - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Kidney Conditions
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User :   i am frm india i having problem of urinal stone calicum
Doctor :   Ok
User :   and i having pain for 2 times before 5 months and i took one painkilling injuction
User :   and medicine
User :   now i am drinking 2 to 3 liters of water daily
User :   any other medicine to remove this stones frm my urine
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Continue with the large amount of water
Doctor :   3 litres per day
User :   ok
User :   is its a dangerous deciese
Doctor :   Because calcium stones are the most common type of kidney stone recommend a low-calcium and low-oxalate diet.
User :   yes they told me tht this is kidney stone
Doctor :   Foods high in calcium include dairy products, so avoid
Doctor :   Foods rich in oxalate include colas, chocolate, peanuts, leafy vegetables, and tea. so avoid these too

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