What is Hyperoxaluria?

Presence of an unusually large amount of oxalic acid or oxalates in the urine; renal stones may occur.

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Hi, I am a 34 yr female with kidney stone history. I have had surgery to remove 2 kidney stones in the last 5 years and currently my ultra sound...

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Your urinary Oxalate levels are abnormally high.

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Thanks for your query ,based on the facts that you have...

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I have just been diagnosed with kidney stones in both kidneys. Can this cause severe leg pain and blue coloured...

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Kidney stones cause flank pain which radiates to groin. Kidney stone can also cause pain in the abdomen (lumbar region). The pain sometimes...

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I took Vesicare for 3 weeks and it did cut down on urinary incontinence, BUT I developed severe edema and gained 15 pounds during that time. My...

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Hi and thanks for the query,

I understand perfectly that it might be quite disturbing for someone with a past medical history as such developing...

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