In a world where Type 2 diabetes affects nearly 37 million Americans, the startling link with kidney stones can be a major cause for concern.
Research has shown that patients with Type 2 diabetes are more likely to develop uric acid and calcium oxalate stones. When you have Type 2 diabetes, high blood sugar levels increase the acidity of urine and the excretion of certain substances, such as urinary calcium, phosphorus and oxalate.
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