She didn't get the doctor I want to go to, but the other doctor ( a woman) in the practice. Nice lady. On top of things. I had Nichole stop by the hospital and get all the medical records and test reports. doctor can do nothing without info and I saw no reason to make them wait for it when Nichole could pick it up and bring it to them. All you have to do is know to ask. doctor read all the medical records of her hopital stay then got the family history. (which is why I was there) doctor is not going to mess around. Nichole will go back in 3 wks. She will have labs done that will tell the doctor what her stones are made of. Then doctor will know how to treat so she won't make any more stones. The kid still has many small stones in both kidneys. doctor is also going to do other testing to see if she'll need a water pill ect. doctor started her on a low sodium diet. She is to be aware of how much calcium she's taking in so as not to over do it. Good news is that doctor said since the renal failure was cleared up fairly quickly chances of damage was minimal and most likely not permanent. whew But the fact that Nichole occasionally swells in her face hands and abdomen threw her for a loop and she will be looking for any possible reasons for this in the test results. It was good that Nichole was having a "puffy" day. Not as bad as usual but to a trained eye it was hard to miss the swelling in her face and under her chin. The test for the stones is fairly normal. And the medications are good about preventing them when taken as directed. But the rest is due to family history.......with kidney disease so rampant in the family, espeically the types, doctor is taking no chances and wants to nip anything that may be going on in the bud. Good visit.