If you’ve had recurrent bouts of kidney stones, your urologist may have recommended a stone analysis or consultation with a specialist. You may wonder, what is the reasoning behind these suggestions? Dr. Brent Fulmer and Dr. Rebecca Keller from Geisinger provide some clarity.
“It’s very important for you and your urologist to know and have a conversation about the kind of stones you make. There are certain things that can be done to prevent stones in the future, depending on the stones you form,” explains Dr Keller.
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