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CONSTANT URINATION
HI,

I AM CONSTANTLY URINATING (FOR 2 WKS ALREADY) AND I FEEL PAIN IN MY REAR HIP. I ALREADY HAD URINALYSIS AND EVERYTHING SEEMS OK EXCEPT FROM A MODERATE CALCIUM OXALATE FOUND IN MY URINE. MY DOCTOR TOLD ME THAT I ONLY HAVE MUSCULAR PAINS. IS THIS POSSIBLE? PLS ADVICE ME WHAT TO DO. THANK YOU.
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Hi,

Was any kidney, ureter and bladder scan done? Any further assessment of the abdominal area?

Were serum calcium and phosphate levels assessed?

A 24 Hour urine test to assess calcium levels in the urine may be able to rule out calcium stones in the kidneys,may suggest hormonal problems ( hyperparathyroidism, hyperthyroidism), or osteoporosis. An increased urinary and serum calcium levels may require further assessment of diet ( high in dairy products) and medications.

You may discuss this with your physician to allay your concerns. Keep us posted.
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