A 69-year-old male asked:
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has been getting kidney stones often but heart dr put him on calcium pill, can this be contributing to kidney stones? dr's are saying no.

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Dr. Zafar Khan
58 years experience Urology
Recent reseach says : so far we beleived that calcium intake for post menopausal women had no increased risk of developing kidney stones. But the recent reseach shows that there is an evidece that stone formation can occour, especially if you are a stoe former.
Answered on Apr 16, 2018
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