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I'm taking Urocit-K again after many years of being off of it. I luckily went through nearly a decade of not having stones, but started having them again within the last five years. My urologist put me back on Urocit-K this past December after my last stone was surgically removed.
I am seeing a rose-colored hue to my urine, which the "rocket scientist" in me assumes is blood from a new stone. I'm not suffering from any pain at all, and my next doctor appointment will be in a few weeks. So that's when I'll know for sure whether it is blood or not.
QUESTION FOR THOSE TAKING UROCIT-K: Does your urine also have a rose tint to it? Does the potassium make it that way, and perhaps this is not blood I'm seeing? Hope springs eternal.
Many thanks in advance.
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