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When there is not enough water to dilute uric acid, a component of urine, the urine becomes more acidic. And this can lead to the formation of stones or kidney stones. A leading cause of kidney stones, regardless of the type, is dehydration. Anyone who has a tendency to produce kidney stones should pay attention to good hydration. The American Urological Association guideline for the management of kidney stones recommends that patients who form kidney stones should try to drink more than 2.5 liters of fluid daily

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