High Oxalate Symptoms
Symptoms of hyperoxaluria are caused by the formation of kidney stones that obstruct the flow of urine.
Usually, kidney stones do not cause symptoms unless they block the flow of urine. The most common symptom of a kidney stone that has blocked the flow of urine is pain. The pain usually starts suddenly and quickly becomes severe. The pain usually begins in the lower back or flank and spreads to the groin on one side of the abdomen.
Common symptoms kidney stones caused by hyperoxaluria include:
- Back pain:
- In the lower back
- May travel down to the groin
- Flank pain
- Abdominal pain:
- Groin pain
Additional symptoms may include:
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