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Does diabetes cause kidney stones?
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Dr. Raj Singh
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
4 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Type 2 diabetes is associated with an increased risk of uric acid stones.
A acidic urine in patients with diabetes is the underlying problem. Avoidance of high uric acid diets such as beer, mushrooms, berries can decrease the risk of stone formation.

In brief: Yes
Type 2 diabetes is associated with an increased risk of uric acid stones.
A acidic urine in patients with diabetes is the underlying problem. Avoidance of high uric acid diets such as beer, mushrooms, berries can decrease the risk of stone formation.
Dr. Raj Singh
Dr. Raj Singh
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Dr. Stanley Schwartz
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
In brief: No
[unless dehydrated from diabetes out of control where dehydration could precipitate 'usual' calcium, uric acid or oxalate stone crystallization.

In brief: No
[unless dehydrated from diabetes out of control where dehydration could precipitate 'usual' calcium, uric acid or oxalate stone crystallization.
Dr. Stanley Schwartz
Dr. Stanley Schwartz
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