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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.
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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