Hello folks, Last week i was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome which is a condition where white blood cells destroy your tear/saliva producing glands. It's a autoimmune disorder that is degenerative over many years. It effects tissues throughout the body including organs and spreads to other organs. Its bacically dries you out and kills tissue function. And often acompanies arthritis. In my case i have it taking over my kidney. I'm a 22 year old male who's passed and caught 13 stones of 2 types, calcium oxcailate and uric acid. And passed many smaller stones since i was 17 years old. They diagnosed me with this syndrome to explain my chronic stone formation no matter diet adjustment or so on. Also to bring on the elaborate search of just what i have was that i was rushed to the ER about 3 months ago for sudden patassium levels that dropped to 1.3 at its low point. No sign of this, no precursor events. This is how Sjogren's made itself known in me. If others out there have chronic stone formation look into this syndrome. It's often not known and misdiagnosis's often occur. And since i'm going in for my second opinion this week if anyone has a similar story who's been diagnosed with a different disorder could you please tell me. Just like having other conditions to suggest to my Dr.'s.