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Nutrilite protein powder for kidney stones

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stones, hence,I m worried that taking creatine will have an adverse impact on my kidneys. Please advise. ... of whey protein after my workouts (one scoop a day,5 days a week). I was wondering if using creatine would ...

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,controlled SVT since my 20's,kidney stones, elevated BMI at 28)on medications including metoprolol ... and pelvis after previous stone early 2016 showed a couple of cysts in the kidneys along with too numerous ...

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Exactly what is a protein kidney stone? I have had several bouts of kidney stones that I passed ... was analyzed, my PA said that is didn't appear to be a stone. The result was "Protein". It sure looked like ...

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I have had 2 kidneys at once few years ago. Am i at risk for another and how long do they take to form, high protein diet from working out as well a concern? ...

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I encountered kidney stones a month ago.. i hav been taking neeri syrup and pathrina tablets since ....s: i have been consuming animal protein. ...

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I m pronounced to calcium oxilate kidney stones; I get frequent migraines and have memory issues ... constant lethargy (yada, yada, yada) .... So anyway, I am wondering if the use of the apoaequorin protein ...

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49 yr female. LMP 5/2003. Hx kidney stones, NONE since 2006, no s&s uti. Been inc bladder for 3 mos, r/o MS..2x in past year, + ua..protein, blood, ketones..5 day bactrim, no f/u u/a done. NOW ...

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of kidney stone twice in a year. Can I go for protein powder? I am doing exercise regularly but while ...

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year old woman. They did a scan of my uterus and kidneys and found a small stone. I ve been feeling fine since but just found out today there is still a 20-40 RBC in my urine. Protein is also listed at 1 ...

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Hi Sir, recently i had a stone operation (laser lithotripsy)in ureter s2 level of size 8 mm and still i jav 3to 4 mm stones in right nd left kidney . I hav also started gym recently after 15 days ...

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I have had a problem with kidney stones . With help from doctors I have been 3 years without any stones. My problem is that I need to lose weight and a dietitian has suggested a whey/protein drink after ...

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Hi sir, I am suffering from a 3mm kidney stone with UTI and little pain on left side of stomach. i have already consult with a MD he gave me a powder type Ayurvedic medicine i had that more then 2 weeks ...

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hi i have 10mm stone in my right kidney, i feel on/off pain in the groin region pls suggest me homeo medicine for this. ...

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Hi, my right side has been hurting and my lower back on the right side. It does not hurt when i m sitting but it hurts when im moving. My side also hurts when I pee. could it be kidney stones ? ...

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My husband has a kidney stone and took a Motrin approx. 90 mins. ago, but the pain has not subsided. Can he now take a Percocet ? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

some types of foods and low fluid intakes- there are others but these are the things u can control easily

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Hello Thanks for query. Following factors contribute for formation of kidney stone 1) Concentrated urine due to insufficient intake of water. 2) Urinary tract infection (Commonest) 3) High blood calcium levels 4) Hereditary factor. 5) High uric acid levels in blood 6) Abnormal Oxalate metabolism 7) Drinking hard water containing high calcium salts Dr.Patil.

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pain abdomen, burning micturation, vomiting, back pain.