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is drinking 3 liters of waters everyday good for my kidneys? it's the advice of my nephrologist. i have renal parenchymal disease, bilateral.

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Water intake: Generally speaking, yes, this is good and generally safe. It is important to flush the kidneys and maintain high urine flow. Your urine volume should match your fluid intake per day. Maintain regular check ups and blood testing appointments.
Answered on Aug 9, 2014

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