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  1. ... the body caused by certain cancer medications, and kidney stones. Allopurinol is in a class of medications called ... of uric acid may cause gout attacks or kidney stones. Allopurinol is used to prevent gout attacks, not ...
  2. ... cystinuria (an inherited condition which can lead to kidney stones). It is also used in combination with other ... cystinuria by binding to the substance that makes kidney stones and preventing it from building up and forming ...
  3. ... for treating high homocysteine levels in the blood. Kidney stones. Taking vitamin B6 by mouth, alone or along with magnesium, can decrease the risk of kidney stones in people with an inherited condition that causes ...
  4. ... acid through your urine. This process may cause kidney stones. To help prevent kidney stones, be sure to drink 10 to 12 glasses ( ...
  5. ... it contains calcium and can increase calcium levels. Kidney stones. Taking potassium phosphate by mouth can help prevent calcium kidney stones from forming in people with high urine levels ...
  6. ... the safe side and stick to food amounts. Kidney stones: In large doses, rose hip might increase the chance of getting kidney stones. This is due to the vitamin C in ...
  7. ... water a day while taking probenecid to prevent kidney stones, unless directed to do otherwise by your doctor. ...
  8. Vitamin D From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... of appetite, dehydration, excessive urination and thirst, and kidney stones . Extremely high levels of vitamin D can cause kidney failure , irregular heartbeat, and even death. High levels ...
  9. ... insipidus and certain electrolyte disturbances and to prevent kidney stones in patients with high levels of calcium in their blood. Talk to your doctor about the possible risks of using this medicine for your condition.
  10. ... insipidus and certain electrolyte disturbances and to prevent kidney stones in patients with high levels of calcium in their blood. Talk to your doctor about the possible risks of using this medicine ... for other uses; ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
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