About Me: Female, 51, New Port Richey, FL, member since Aug 2008
I passed my first kidney stone 2 weeks after my first daughter's birth in 1993. I was hospitalized with a severe kidney infection after my second kidney stone passed 18 months later in 1995. I was diagnosed with Nephrocalcinosis in 1998 when my 2nd daughter was 6 weeks
[More] old. I did not get a diagnosis of MSK until a year later. I pass frequent stones and am often in pain even when I do not pass a stone.
II just had to rewrite all I 1st wrote to respond. I'll have to add it all alter. I went over the limit. I didn't know for sure about the Vit. D. I have been a guinea pig for years while only a few dedicated doctors (And many not so concerned & lots of those that just didn't care enough to investigate & help me at all). Before I was stunned to not have any answers. I thank you all for this start from you're all's own experiences too.
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