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“If you’ve ever had a kidney stone, it’s something you’ll never forget—let alone if you have them chronically.”

– Diagnosed with PH1 at age 38

If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your healthcare provider.

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What is primary
hyperoxaluria (PH)?

PH is a family of rare inherited disorders of the liver (PH1, PH2, and PH3) that can cause damage to the kidneys and throughout the body.

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Managing PH

Here's what current management options look like for PH.

Management options

Monitoring PH

Learn more about the tests used to monitor your PH.

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Not all PH is the same

PH1, PH2, and PH3 are each caused by a unique genetic mutation that keeps the liver from making a specific enzyme.

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Did you know that PH runs in families?

Genetic disorders like PH are passed down through families. Take a closer look at how PH is inherited.

PH in families

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