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    hulkster43 posted:
    Hello Everyone,I now have moderate kidney
    disease.Can anyone tell me if pain in the
    knees,ankles,and hips are symptoms
    of this disease?
     
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    mrscora01 responded:
    Because of imbalances in calcium and phosphorus, you can get boneloss due to kidney issues. I didn't have any pain, but I know that I lost bone mass during this time and while I was on dialysis. Things improved after my transplant. I would talk to your doc and try to determine the source of the pain. It could be something unrelated like arthritis.

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    hulkster43 replied to mrscora01's response:
    Thank You for your response.I have also been feeling
    fatigued alot more,and I stay sleepy.Can you tell me
    if those are possible symptoms?I hope you have a
    very nice Thanksgiving,


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