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    An_249246 posted:
    Are you drinking from a well or city water? My brother had stones, and his Dr. Said it was because he was drinking well water. if you are drinking from a well some folks have a problem developing stones. Also I would have a water test done at your home site to see if the chemical balance is right. You can also google for a PH test strips, so you could do your own testing. It's a real fast test. You can pee in a small cup or just spit on the test strip. Good luck.
    counterso responded:
    No, well water will not cause kidney stones. That's ludicrous. For tens of thousands of years people drank from wells. They did not develop kidney stones as a result.

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