Hello, I have bilateral MSK, have never passed a stone as they are embedded in the upper regions of my kidneys. I have been plagued by UTI's, but no other complications. Just had a 24 hour urine done, which shows very high urine calcium, and high pH as well. Doc. recommends 65 gram protein, 2GM sodium diet. I am looking for some recipes or meal building guidance. I am not a good cook, and my insurance will not cover the cost of a dietitian visit, but if it isn't too expensive I may pay for the advice. Thanks for any advice!
WELCOME .. so sorry you are gong through this. Here's a link to our health pages .. there may be some info there with low oxalate diet, etc. That's what I try to follow since my stones are calcium oxalate.
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