I understand your concern regarding this and kidney stones. Recurring kidney stones is indeed possible especially with your history. Risk factors such as not drinking enough fluids, family history, gender, presence of co-morbid conditions, consuming a high-protein, high-sugar, high-sodium, low-fiber diet diet and even certain types of medications may be contributory.
Cutting out calcium from your diet is usually not recommended, unless your intestine absorbs too much dietary calcium. It is best that you talk to your attending physician also about this for proper management. Take care and do keep us posted.
i have 4.5 mm stone in left kidney....thats need surgery?
Did they do a 24hr urine test? That helps define the levels of more than just oxalates. Also, they may want to do some imaging studies to rule out any type of anomaly for these big, recurring stones. Parathyroid tests, too.
I'm one of the community leaders over on the MSK Medullary Sponge Kidney community -- http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Medullary-Sponge-Kidney-Disease-MSK-/show/256
and have heard stories similar to yours. You may want to stop by