A 34-year-old female asked:
is there an autoimmune disorder that would cause htn, polydipsia, bone pain, low k+, renal stones, lethargy, palpitations, etc?
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Pathology 44 years experience
Not autoimmunity: Have you got Conn's? A renal tubulopathy? A genetic potassium wasting / Fanconi syndrome? Don't focus on autoimmunity just because of the huge amount of "pop" writing about it -- an immune interstitial nephritis is low on my list for you. Low potassium is a huge red flag. Has your vitamin D been checked -- it's a very common cause of bone pain though not the rest. Best wishes.
Last updated Nov 11, 2014
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