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Could imodium (loperamide) cause kidney stones?

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Dr. Raj Singh
Internal Medicine
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In brief: No

Imodium (loperamide) does not get absorbed and is highly unlikely to contribute to stone formation.

In brief: No

Imodium (loperamide) does not get absorbed and is highly unlikely to contribute to stone formation.
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Dr. Sean Zivin
Radiology - Interventional

In brief: No

No. The ingredients in immodium don't get absorbed from the gut enough to induce kidney stones.

In brief: No

No. The ingredients in immodium don't get absorbed from the gut enough to induce kidney stones.
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