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Potassium citrate for kidney stones

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Am 28 years old... I had five kidney stones.. The biggest among it has come out... The remaining ... with potassium citrate syrup for another 2 months... Is it aprropriate to continue that for another two months ...

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My son is 34 year old and has been suffering with kidney stones for the last several years. According to his uring test, his kidneys don't produce potassium citrate. He is taking medicine daily, plus ...

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I'm having an issue with kidney stones, and related UTI. Doctor has prescribed 500mg levofloxacin tablet, 10mg Alfuzosin tablet, Pantoprazole + Domperidone tablet, and Magnesium + Potassium Citrate syrup ...

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I get kidney stones. I recently passed one about two weeks ago. I got a CT and KUB that showed ... to pee shortly after going. I am only peeing about 100cc each time. I take potassium citrate 1080 twice ...

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1000 mg of potassium citrate for the control of oxcalate kidney stones. He was told he has ...

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I m epileptic, take Topamax for my seizure and Potassium Citrate to control the forming of kidney stones caused by the Topamax. The potassium citrate has turned some the past kidney stone into mush like ...

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hi, My age is 36 years I have 14mm stone in the right kidney for four month i took medicament like cystone then potassium citrate then chanca piedra then Rowatinex and Uralyt-U Without the benefit ...

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Hi I m worried about length of time and side effects of htcz 25 mg and potassium citrate for kidney stones. I have developed a heel spur and my feet, lower back and now arms are aching and stiff quite ...

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My husband has been prescribed potassium citrate to control kidney stones. Is this safe to take for a long period of time. The dr saw some kidney stones on a sonogram . My husband has no symptoms of kidney ...

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both potassium and Magnesium is Contraindicated in persons suffering from Kidney stones. Thus, it can ...Hello Sir/Ma am.My name is Ankit Singh. Recently i was diagnosed and treated for kidney stone. What ...

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of medications...HCTZ, Potassium Citrate for kidney stones, Omeprozole for reflux, sinthroid for hypothyroidism ...

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yes my doctor prescribed potassium citrate 1000 ml three times a day but it bothers my stomach ... is it true? my doctor gave it to me for my kidney stone ...

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Good afternoon, my urologist prescribed potassium citrate for the prevention of uric acid kidney stones. I m worried about the numerous side effect listed in some articles. This is my first day ...

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stone attackes several years ago) and issues with Kidney stones in the past. No other problems, healthy ... with daily doses of Potassium Citrate. ...

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My daughter has kidney stones. I have had them for 40 years. I saw Dr Marget Pearle at SW medical in dallas texas she treats me with pota citrate. My daughter lives i Ft Myers Florida. Can you tell me ...

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doctor1 MD

Hello Artifacts are normal and if this is stone then 3 mm stone is normal and need no urgent intervention. Drink plenty of water, citrus juices and if possible potassium citrate containing syrups (after consultation with your doctor). This will help to dissolve the stone. Thanks

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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.