Help! Can avelox cause kidney stones?

No It Does Not. No it does not cause Kiney Stones.
Probably not. 0.16% of people who take Avelox (16/10000) develop a kidney stone. This is not an increased rate. However, the stones that are seen are found in those over age 40 and the male/female split is 50-65% female to 35-505 male. Typical stone formers are 9/1 male/female and typically late teens to early 30s. So, it it important? Not sure.

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