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What can be the cause of weakened muscle and kidney functioning? A. too little potassium B. too much potassium C. too little calcium D. too much calcium
The cause of weakened muscle and kidney is high level of potassium in the body so the answer would be letter B. Weakened muscle and kidney is called by the term "Hyperkalemia".
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User: What can be the cause of weakened muscle and kidney functioning? A. too little potassium B. too much potassium C. too little calcium D. too much calcium

Weegy: The cause of weakened muscle and kidney is high level of potassium in the body so the answer would be letter B. Weakened muscle and kidney is called by the term "Hyperkalemia".
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