Can patients with recurrent kidney stones take calcium

Can patients with recurrent kidney stones take calcium?

Most kidney stones are made of calcium oxalate crystals.

It was originally thought that patients with high amounts of calcium excreted in the urine had to be on a low-calcium diet.

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