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Can kidney stone cause high blood pressure?

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Dr. James Pritsiolas
Nephrology and Dialysis 22 years experience
Kidney Stones: If you have pain from the kidney stone, or if the kidney stone has caused a worsening of kidney function (in those with pre-existing kidney disease), or if you are taking a lot of nsaid's for the pain (ibuprofen, naproxen, etc) then you may have an increase in your blood pressure.
Dr. Rex Mahnensmith
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Stones and hi BP: These are not directly related.

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