Calcium oxalate kidney stones mayo clinic

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Avatar m tn sometimes Calcium Oxalate, Sometimes Uric, Calcium Oxalate mixed with carbonate, sometimes mixtures of both and sometimes calcium phosphate is mixed with calcium oxalate or the uric stones. I have done tons of tests from the 24 hour urine tests (twice), blood tests, etc. and everything is normal. My magnesium was initially low and they do have me on a 500mgs of magnesium daily. My problem is no one can seem to figure out what is wrong with me.
Avatar n tn Increased oxalate levels in the intestine have been observed after bypass surgery and, as noted below, have been accompanied by calcium-oxalate kidney stones. It is conceivable that the lung nodules were previously present but not calcified and, with the changes in metabolism have become calcified. You may wish to pursue this with the Rochester Mayo Clinic doctors whose report is below.
Avatar m tn Up to 2006, I estimate that I have put 25,000 patients on massive doses of vitamin C and none have developed kidney stones. Two patients who had dropped their doses to 500 mg a day developed calcium oxalate kidney stones. I raised their doses back up to the more massive doses and added magnesium and B-6 to their program and no more kidney stones. I think they developed the kidney stones because they were not taking enough vitamin C.
Avatar f tn The pain is a burning, stabbing pain that goes down my right backside and to my lower stomach on the right side. The stones are calcium-oxalate and are usually small. In the past six months, I have been passing a steady amount of "gravel" in my urine, which is basically small stones. Therefore, I am in pain all of the time. I have been put on countless medicines such as potassium citrate and hydorchlorothiazide.
Avatar f tn The pain is a burning, stabbing pain that goes down my right backside and to my lower stomach on the right side. The stones are calcium-oxalate and are usually small. In the past six months, I have been passing a steady amount of "gravel" in my urine, which is basically small stones. Therefore, I am in pain all of the time. I have been put on countless medicines such as potassium citrate and hydorchlorothiazide.
482754 tn?1341795094 You can find this info online, but check several lists. Reputable sights like Mayo Clinic or Cleveland Clinic probably have good lists. Calcium Oxalate stones are commonly the stones that people form, so the same food info for people should apply to your dog also. Avoid foods with medium or high oxalate content and also keep calcium down in the diet. Increasing water intake is very important in avoiding stones. Do some research on how much your dog should have.
492869 tn?1285022533 very concentrated that morning- I figured, if I had diabetes insipidus, I would have still been going a lot, in spite of withholding fluids from myself. Heiferly- regarding those kidney stones, have you had the calcium level in your water checked?