Over the last year I periodically have kidney pain with backache and lately chest pain when working hard as always. like the other person but i drink heaps of spirits and under alot of stress, Also I have 3 family members with kidney cancer and one died and the other 2 have 1 kidney now . they are my odoped family but we all drink heaps i started when my sister died drinking this much but have been drinking 3 bottles of 37% bourbon every 2 weeks what do you thinks wrong and my dad just died of cancer a mouth ago 2 . can you help do you think its stress ?
I was affected by the same thing. I found that I was low in calcium. I had been eating high protein bars. Some very high. I didn't realize the protein was leaching out any calcium I had. Symptoms were, chest pain, kidney pain, shakey muscles, and loss of feeling in hands and fingers. Also cunfusion, brain fog adn fatigue. Once I started calcium tabs 1500 mg. per day and stopped the bars, symptoms began to go away. Kidneys were hurting after the chest pain. Since Calcium is needed for proper muscle function, it was obvious then what had happened. Then kidneys had to deal with all the protein. Went on better diet along with plenty of water. Still healing.
Hope this helps.
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