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Will eating tomato cause kidney stone?

A: Maybe one tomato won''t, but maybe....concentrated tomato like in soup will add to an already existing kidney stone problem. I think if I had them I would try the low oxalate diet to see if this would help. it won''t cause kidney but can increase semen production if you take one glass of tomato juice daily for 15days Who told this blunder !!? Tomato is poor man''s apple. Thousands of peasants are earning money out of it with less investment. Noway it harms human body. You can have as many as you can. No conclusion should be made in any matter without substantial proof. If a patient already has got kidney stones, then he has to avoid eating tomatoes since it will help in re-occurrence of

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What causes kidney stones?

A: kidney stones are caused by the precipitation of mineral solutes from the blood.The stones are categorized in to two categories: alkaline stones and acid stones.It is still not clear what causes kidney stones. Some people have more tendency than other to form kidney stones. A person with a family history of kidney stones may be more likely to develop stones.People who are prone to form kidney stones should refrain from...


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Does drinking tea cause kidney stones?

A: kidney stones form when a change occurs in the normal balance of water, salts and minerals. Things most commonly found in the urine. Tea will not cause kidney stones. The most common cause of the stones is not drinking enough water....
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What causes kidney stones and Can They Be Treated at Home?

A: What is a kidney stone and why do they hurt so much? A kidney stone, or renal lithiasis, is a nasty little jagged mass of minerals, acid salts and calcium. Many people get them simply because they don''t drink enough water! I have a friend who has suffered all his life from them. Mr. Macho Man has played soccer all his life and started suffering the classic symptoms at an early age. He never drank water when he was out playing in the hot sun, now he gets them all the time, even though he has learned to keep hydrated. About time too, he''s 52 years old! Another friend never drank water; he was always drinking caffeinated drinks and sodas, now he gets them. It seems that many people once they''ve had them, they keep getting them. They are...


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What causes kidney stones?

A: There are certain disease processes that predispose some people to kidney stones. And with these dieases, it''s not because they aren''t drinking enough fluids. The name of the disease processes have slipped my mind....Sorry. It is a Calcium deposit. I have heard of them forming a lot in people who drink Mountain Dew excessively, i dont know why but it does seem to cause them. Drink mostly water and it might help. if you eat too much protein and dont drink water. i think it is caused by Calcium buildup It cause by excess Calcium or certain minerala in diet also intake of excess uric acid,certain meds, vit.c or vit D.Also from a diet of fruits & vegetables high in oxalate. To prevent from kidney

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Does drinking too much dark soda cause kidney stones?

A: It has been found that the phosphoric acid that is found in many dark colored sodas may increase the risk of developing kidney stones. This is not solely a result of the ingredients in sodas, but more often a result of the fact that you are not getting enough water daily. Soda drinkers often do not drink water throughout the day. This can ultimately lead to the formation of kidney stones. If a person consistently lacks water as part of their daily lifestyle, they will most likely develop a kidney stone. It is important to drink eight to ten glasses of water per day to help flush out the substances in the kidneys and urinary tract that can...


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What caused kidney stones

A: causes for kidney stones are: have a family history of kidney stones,are aged between 20 and 50, are taking certain medicines MORE...
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Will No-Doz cause kidney stones?

A: According to this:Also, a study published by Massey and Sutton (2004) showed a modest positive relationship between caffeine intake and urinary calcium levels in stone formers and non-stone formers, so caffeinated beverages should be limited in stone formers. In summary, stone formers should drink more water and avoid excess caffeine, black tea, and grapefruit and apple juices.(NAD)...


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What else causes kidney stones

A: Are taking certain medicines, have only one kidney, or an abnormally shaped kidney, diet high in protein and not enough fluids....
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What causes kidney stones?

A: In most people the underlying cause isn`t known. Some people with kidney stones have lower levels of citrate in their urine, which usually stops the stones forming. Different kinds of kidney stones form from different salts in the urine. http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/kidney_stones.html . kidney stones can be due to underlying metabolic conditions, such as renal tubular acidosis,[7] Dent`s disease[13] and medullary sponge kidney.[14] Many health facilities will screen for such disorders in patients with recurrent

 
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