I have a friend who has suffered from kidney stones all his life and they are just now figuring out the he need a parathyroidectomy. Which I had a couple of years ago. Sometimes a little tumor will grow on a parathyroid gland and will excrete hormones signalling that your blood requires calcium. So you blood Ca levels go up. A convenient place to rob calcium is from your bones. Which causes them to ache. But you don't really need all that calcium in your blood so you excrete it and it forms kidney stones. It's called the moan, groan, bone and stone disease.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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