The Potassium Citrate Drug

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vern Says:


My urine is depleted of potassium citrate and vit. B 6. The Dr.has given me rx to take these two. But I'm not sure about his judgement. He has told me I would have to take this the rest of my life. The reason I was sent to him was because I was keeping a low grade infec. Because I had stones. I still had a flake of a stone in my left kidney. That's all he told me.


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Jenna Says:

Hi Vern,

My guess is that your doctor just became concerned with the issue regarding your urine and became focused on trying to fix that issue instead of putting his focus on the reason why you were sent to him. If you are looking for more information than what you were given, I suppose you will have to let him know that there are some "missing links" and that you need to know more.

In regards to your urine being depleted in potassium citrate and vit b6, have you tried supplementing or taking a look at your diet to see if there is anything you could change to improve the situation? No matter what some doctors may say, our body's ability to heal is greater than many have to permitted us to believe.

I hope this helps in some way!

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