Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Potassium citrate plus potassium bicarbonate dissolve uric acid kidney stones in 5 of 8 people
1500 mg of potassium per day in the form of potassium citrate (40 mEq) plus 800 mg of potassium per day in the form of potassium bicarbonate (20 mEq) dissolved uric acid kidney stones in 5 of 8 people according to a study from researchers in the Urology Unit at Manzoni Hospital in Lecco, Italy.
In 3 of the 8 people, their kidney stones dissolved within 1.5 months; in the 4th person, their kidney stone dissolved within 4 months of continued treatment; and in the 5th person, their kidney stone dissolved within 6 months of continued treatment.Read the entire article | Email this article
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