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How do kidney problems lead to hypocalcemia?

Kidney problems are a primary cause of hypocalcemia. When the kidneys malfunction, they may excrete too much of the calcium in your blood through your urine. This can lead to chronically low blood calcium levels and hypocalcemia.

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