Savkelchr - Do you know what kind of kidney stones you have? What they are comprised of? No to contradict emroce, but I have a history of calcium oxalate stones and my doctors do NOT want me to take calcium supplements. Calcium in food is ok but not supplements. I think you should consult with your urologist before making any dietary changes.
I do know that making diet changes and getting my CD under control helped me battle the stone battle. Knock on wood - it has been a long time since I have developed a stone.
I am so sorry you are having to go through this very painful period. Kidney stones are absolutely the pits!
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