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4711586 (Couldn't identify the gender of the patient) My exams gave too much magnesium. The doctor stopped the magnesium chloride supplement. Is that correct? I used to eat a lot of cheese and milk. Doesn't magnesium help dissolve calcium stones? Doesn't magnesium chloride help to fix calcium in the bones, unclogging the veins, in general? Why the ban? I didn't understand and got an evasive answer. What could stop on a hemodialysis?

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Dr. Doaa Hajeen

Dr. Doaa Hajeen

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Low magnesium intake has been linked to risk factors for Osteoporosis, also, magnesium normally remains in a state of constant rivalry with calcium, reducing their chances of binding with oxalates to form calculus.
use of natural magnesium supplements, like Kidney Stone Flush will help in dissolving existing calcium oxalate stones and preventing further occurrences, but in the other hand Kidneys that don't work well have trouble clearing magnesium from the body, and taking extra magnesium can cause magnesium to build up to dangerous levels, so don't take magnesium if you have kidney problems.
High magnesium level cause Hypermagnesemia, it's a serious condition that requires you to stop using magnesium supplements.
 
 
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