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calcium oxalate kidney stone in teens
What on earth can cause a calcium oxalate kidney stone in a teen with normal thyroid, parathyroid and calcium levels?
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Hi. I have calcium oxalate stones. I know chocolate, tea, greens like salad & many veggies can contribute. You need a Nephrologist to do a workup. 24 hour urines can answer why the stones are forming. It could be something your born with, hypercalcuria and so many more. Good luck...Cara  
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