I just found out that my stones are comprised of calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate! Does anyone else here have 2 types of stones?? I was given no advice on diet from my doc he just said drink alot of water! Gee thanks lol.
Actually there are many types of calcium plus stones, and many of these
form because of bacterial issues. So for us having multiple types of stones in not unusual.
I actually had a book with a list of different calcium stones or even calcium oxalate stones with others materials deposited on them. just like rocks sadly.
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