I was diagnosed with sarcoid when I presented with kidney stones a year after having previous ones removed. A scan of my kidneys revealed lesions on the bottom of my lung. I'm now being treated by respiratory people who don't seem to know an awful lot about the disease. But they do say that it interferes with your body's ability to process calcium, hence the stones. Anyone else had this problem? Any effective treatments for it?
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