A 23-year-old male asked:
Litholink report shows mild cap stone risk.urine calcium 329mg/day.blood calcium&pth normal.causes? diet advice? no fam history of calciuria or stones
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Internal Medicine 15 years experience
Remember: I've worked with you in regards to your stone questions but the hypercalciuria without evidence of hyperparathyroidism or chronic acidemia(as hasn't been found in your testing) suggests this is idiopathic hypercalciuria(it's rather common in calcium stone formers.
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Last updated Jul 21, 2015
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