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What should I do if I have recurrent kidney stones?

Kimberly L. Harper, MD
Nephrology
If you have recurrent kidney stones, you should strongly consider having an evaluation with a nephrologist (a doctor who specializes in kidneys, including kidney stone prevention). If you have large stones, you may also benefit from an evaluation with an urologist (a surgeon who also specializes in kidneys, including kidney stone removal).

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