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Children suffering from calcium oxalate stones. What type of diet to follow to reduce it?

Sir, My name is laxmi my both children first my daughter is 10yrs old and son is 4yrs old, are having calcium oxalate stones can I have clear diet table to reduce calcium oxalate stones and calcium itake is necessary for calcium oxalate stones ? and also what type fo citric fruits needed for reducing calcium oxalate stones.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Hi lakmi,
I appreciate your concern for your children both are having kidney stones,but don't worry,you need to see a paediatric nephrologist.As per the diet management it plays an important role,first i suggest you to increase fluid intake 2to 3 litres/day,you can give coconut water,barley diet you need to restrict dairy products,decrease animal protein,avoid too much vitaminC,avoid vegetables having seeds like tomato,ladyfinger,brinjal,
god bless.
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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