If you do pass stones drinking real lemonade, not the stuff you make from powder, it will help reduce the stones. People claim that to be an old wives tale but my urologist suggested it. I drink it, a glass day, and my xrays prove it has shrunk my stones. It is a double edged sword. The lemonade is rough on your teeth. Rinse your mouth or brush your teeth no sooner than 3o minutes after drinking it. You brush to soon and it pushes the acid from the lemonade into your teeth. You wait and it falls off. I don't get that part. I just nod when the dentist explains. Kind of funny the acid from it breaks down the stones and yet acidy foods and drinks can createstones.
Answer by tiddliwinks at 9:45 AM on Mar. 10, 2011
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I may be wrong but I think the acidic ones are related to arthritis. My brother gets kidney stones and saliva stones. They pass through his saliva glands. Scary and painful. He can take meds for his. He has Gout and his urologist says it is all related.
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