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what Are the Best and Worst foods for kidney stones?

A: There are certain food restrictions when it comes to eliminating or preventing kidney stones. what a person may be allowed to eat is dependent on the type of kidney stone he has, the most common types being calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate stones. The best foods for kidney stones are those with low sodium and low calcium content, some types of vegetables, and lean meat. The worst foods include most berries, beans, and dark leafy vegetables, among others. There are also food guidelines that can help reduce the risk for developing kidney stones; when it comes to foods for

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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 high oxalate foods such as green leafy vegetables.. ...


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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...


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what Is a kidney Stone Flush?

A: A kidney stone flush is a natural method for treating kidney stones. kidney stones are mineral crystals that form in the kidneys and bladder when the mineral density increases too much. Frequently, a doctor''s first course of treatment when presented with kidney stones is to recommend a water flush in which the kidney stone patient must drink as much as 2-3 quarts (1.9-2.8 liters) of water in a day to help pass the stone out of his or her system. If this method fails to pass the stone, the next step in medical treatment can involve one of many painful procedures. As a result, many people opt for natural alternative methods for removing their...


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topamax causing kidney stones???

A: Yes, I''m in the same situation. My stones were painful enough to send me to a urologist (after the ER and CT scans figured out what they were). He happens to be doing a research study with my neurologist on kidney stone formation caused by Topamax (what are the odds!!). He doesn''t think I''ll have to go off Topamax, at least not yet. He sent off urine samples and tested stone samples and found out what exact chemical imbalance was causing the stone formation, and now he''s treating it by mineral supplements (in my case, pottasium citrate). I think this will require blood and urine testing every few months, at least at first, to make sure the chemical balance is...


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what makes kidney stones pass?

A: kidney Stones: When organic substances and mineral substances are deposited in the kidney, and are not flushed out by the organs, they form kidney stones. People who suffer from gout have a high chance of getting kidney stones. Also, research has shown that men are more likely to get kidney stones than women. There can also be hereditary factors that may play a small or a significant role. Generally, people who get kidney stones for the firs time are in the age bracket of 30 to 40 years old, and in good health. Symptoms of kidney Stones: kidney stones begin to show symptoms only when they...


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Is there any foods and drinks that can help dissolve kidney stones?

A: my mother said that you drink fresh coconut juice or water early in the morning. make sure that you haven''t eaten anything yet. then. i think your kidney stones would be dissolved... If you eat Spanich Everyday (E.g one glass of juce ,of spanich)It Will help you in desolving the kidney stones.It is an Ayurvedic Treatment & Their Are Many Ayurvedic medicines available in india for this problem. Watermelon diet for 3 days I not trying to be funny but this friend that passed kidney stones said he drunk 3 cold beers and they passed...Try it i Hope, i know it will help ...Feel Better Well, kidney stones are just excess ''stones'' of Calcium that build up and can be found anywhere from the

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How do i avoid reaccuring kidney stones?

A: the doctor should have told you that after he took out the first ones Don''t drink bottled water! The minerals in it are what cause stones! You need to drink a good amount of water. If you already do that, find out what the existing kidney stones consist off and avoid food that has it as much as you can. I get them all the time too. Just make sure you drink plenty of water. Drink at least eight to ten eight-ounce glasses of water a day. This should help prevent other stones from forming. try black cheery juice or pills if you want to go the prescription route Allopurinol reduces the Calcium carbonate formation Drink loads of water or Cranberry juice or lemon Barley water - these 3 really...


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I have another kidney stone which has to be removed. Are these caused by diabetes. what can be done to prevent? thanks

A: Doctors have no sure answer as to what causes kidney stones to form. Certain diseases and foods have been linked to a higher incidence of kidney stones. Diseases such as hyperparathyroidism, hypercalciuria, or recurrent urinary tract infections are all linked to increased calcium crystal formation and deposition resulting in kidney stones. Patients with type 2 diabetes are also at a significantly higher risk of developing uric acid kidney stones due to the fact their urine is more acidic. Keeping blood pressure under control, controlling blood glucose levels tightly and losing weight may all help to prevent

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Are there specific symptoms for kidney stones?

A: Are there specific symptoms? Yes; symptoms of kidney stones include extreme pain in the back, flank, and groin on the affected side, bloody urine, vomiting, and sometimes frequent, difficult or painful urination. Generally, people who''ve never had a kidney stone pass before are totally unaware of it until it starts to move and they''re slammed with the unbelievable pain. kidney stones are crystals made up of substances that pass through the urinary tract. The most common type of stone is calcium oxalate, but people can also get uric acid, calcium phosphate, and struvite stones. Normally, these substances remain dissolved in urine, but when they''re present in particularly high quantities or if the urine is...


 
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