Had kidney stone after taking OxyElitePro. Any suggestions?
I took OxyELITE Pro for less than two weeks and came down with a kidney stone. I started taking one pill the first seven (7) days on the eight (8) day I started taking 2 pills per day. Five (5) day later I had a kidney stone. Never ever had a Kidney Stone before. I am thinking about going back on...
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Yes what can cause you to have dark red to browinsh urine.have a history of kidney stones and dont think its kidney stones.have no pain at all 29/m
Welcome to Healthcaremagic.
Thanks for your query.
As you have the history of kidney stones, it my be due to bleeding from urethra or kidney or other parts of urinary tract.
Stones may cause injury to gential tract which may result in bleeding.
It is not always necessary to have pain.
But it can be due to infection , food contain pigments.
Rarely it may be due to Kidney or bladder cancer.
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