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7-02-2010 @ 6:24PM
FWIW Iced tea was considered a likely cause/contributor of my kidney stone, too. I'd been drinking big Arizonas daily for at least a year beforehand. I don't drink it anymore and haven't had another one... it's been about 10 years now... could be mere coincidence. But considering that mine *didn't pass* (horrific pain, made oxycontin seem like a joke - that was when I knew the ER was my destiny) I was willing to change any behavior. Downgrade away peeps, obv off topic. ;)
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