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These Pills Leave You WRITHING in Pain

If you’ve ever had kidney stones, I’m sure it’s an experience you don’t want to relive.

Kidney stones can make the toughest guy bawl his eyes out… and some women claim the pain is worse than childbirth.

But, believe it or not, there’s a popular drug that may be sending your risk of kidney stones through the roof.

It’s being handed out to MILLIONS of Americans every single year.

And most of us are NEVER warned that this medication could leave us in the worst pain of our lives.

There’s been a 70 percent increase in kidney stone cases in the past 30 years.

It used to be just a problem for older men.

But now men and women of all ages are getting kidney stones.

And experts had no idea why… until now.

Research from Dr. Gregory Tasian, a pediatric urologist at the University of Pennsylvania, found that antibiotics make us much more prone to kidney stones.

Dr. Tasian and his team analyzed two decades of health records for millions of adults and kids, focusing on those who had experienced kidney stones.

And they found an alarming pattern.

Certain classes of antibiotics – sulfas, cephalosporins, fluoroquinolones, nitrofurantoin, and “broad-spectrum” penicillins – were linked to a significantly higher risk of kidney stones.

Sulfas, like Bactrim and Septra, in particular, were found to double your risk of kidney stones.

Penicillin increased your risk by 30 percent.

Researchers also found that the risk of developing kidney stones can stay with you YEARS after you stop taking antibiotics.

You see, antibiotics kill both the good and bad bacteria in your body. And previous studies have found that disrupting your gut and urinary tract bacteria can lead to kidney stones.

Even worse?! UPenn research found that about one-third of antibiotics are completely unnecessary – specifically those prescribed to children and seniors.

If you or a loved one is ever prescribed an antibiotic, it is important that you ask whether the drug is truly necessary.

Do your own research on side effects and potential risks – and don’t be afraid to ask for a safer antibiotic alternative.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health

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