There seems to be some confusion here. GOUT is related to too high of levels of URIC ACID >>NOT OXALATE
Calcium oxalate is however the most common type of kidney stone,,
BOTH uric acid and calcium oxalate may cause kidney stones..
For details to avoid high amounts of oxalate see reference >>
For details on avoiding uric acid and thus gout attacks >> see reference >>
The calcium citrate is fine and magnesium citrate is fine ... Plenty of fluid in general is your best friend to protect vs kidney stones(caution do not drink much tea as this is rich in oxalate however)
8 to 12 fluid ounces every 2 hours while awake for prevention of kidney stones but every hour while awake to treat an active stone however..
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