Kidney stones are closely related, in that they are both an accumulative result of uric acid.
The recommendations are
Innositol, as directed on the label.
Magnesium, to lower uric acid levels.
If they are calcium related look to the diet as there may not be enough calcium available. The body will pull calcium out of the bones, as a defense measure and may be causing the ailment due to a calcium defiency. Most physicians are on the fence on this one. By taking a supplement are you adding to the problem? No definetive answer yet, so I cannot recommend one.
Drinking lemonaid has been shown to reduce kidney stones by 50%.
During an attack drink the juice from a half of a lemon mixed in water to help dissolve the stones.
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