The most common sarcoidosis symptoms listed by the Cleveland Clinic are:

The most common sarcoidosis symptoms listed by the Cleveland Clinic are:

Tender reddish bumps or patches on the skin
Red and teary eyes or blurred vision
Swollen and painful joints
Enlarged and tender lymph glands in the neck, armpits and groin
Enlarged lymph glands in the chest and around the lungs
Nasal stuffiness and/or hoarse voice
Pain in the hands, feet or other bony areas
Kidney stone formation
Enlarged liver (or spleen)
Development of abnormal or missed heartbeats (arrhythmias), inflammation of the covering of the heart (pericarditis) or heart failure
Nervous system effects, including hearing loss, meningitis, seizures or psychiatric disorders (for example, dementia, depression, psychosis)
There are many other symptoms that may be due to sarcoidosis, because it can damage or alter the function of any body organ.

Elevated 1,25-D

Sarcoidosis often results in dysregulated vitamin D metabolism and abnormally high levels of dihydoxyvitamin-D (1,25-D), a powerful hormone which affects many other hormones.

Symptoms of too much vitamin D (hypervitaminosis-D) in inflammatory disease may cause may adverse symptoms including:

Calcium deposits in the kidneys, lungs, blood vessels, heart and other soft tissues
High blood calcium levels
Irregular heartbeat
High blood pressure
High cholesterol