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Please tell me natural remedies for the prevention of kidney stones and the pain they cause.?
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In brief: Hydration
The best "home" remedy for kidney stone prevention is increasing fluid (primarily water) intake.
Lemonade is also good for most people with stone disease. Restricting salt and red meat protein may also help. For acute stone attacks, you should seek medical attention and possible evaluation by a urologist.

In brief: Hydration
The best "home" remedy for kidney stone prevention is increasing fluid (primarily water) intake.
Lemonade is also good for most people with stone disease. Restricting salt and red meat protein may also help. For acute stone attacks, you should seek medical attention and possible evaluation by a urologist.
Dr. Matthew Thom
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Dr. Alok Agrawal
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
3 doctors agree
In brief: See below
Drink more fluids- 2.
5 litres per day, low salt diet. Lower protein diet. Avoid high oxalate foods if oxalate stones.

In brief: See below
Drink more fluids- 2.
5 litres per day, low salt diet. Lower protein diet. Avoid high oxalate foods if oxalate stones.
Dr. Alok Agrawal
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Dr. Alan Cohen
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Stones.
Depends on the kind of stone.
If its the most common, ca oxalate. And you have hyperoxaluria -high content of oxalate in urine, the natural methods involve eliminating certain foods rich in oxalates: spinach, kale , rhubarb, nuts, beans, coffee, chocolate, list goes on. If its uric acid, another list . Some suggest lemonade every day, and no salt in diet. Consult a urologist for specifics.

In brief: Stones.
Depends on the kind of stone.
If its the most common, ca oxalate. And you have hyperoxaluria -high content of oxalate in urine, the natural methods involve eliminating certain foods rich in oxalates: spinach, kale , rhubarb, nuts, beans, coffee, chocolate, list goes on. If its uric acid, another list . Some suggest lemonade every day, and no salt in diet. Consult a urologist for specifics.
Dr. Alan Cohen
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Dr. Alan Cohen
Hydration is the keystone for stone prevention. H20, most natural substance out there.
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