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... Many thanks. That is the clearest explanation I have had of the distinctions between Thyroid disease and Parathyroid problems. ... (4 replies)
... The Thyroid and the parathyroid although together, are seperate and give off different symptoms to each other. The parathyroid glands are four glands that are located around the thyroid in the throat. The main function of the parathyroid glands is to make the parathyroid hormone. ... (4 replies)
... ease, and once the thyroid is working properly, all those symptoms can disappear. I do not know if the same is true of the parathyroids. Your mother's continued confusion may also be a result of the surgery itself. ... (4 replies)

... as diagnosed with high PTH level of 198 and calcium was above 12 mg. A prathyroid surgery was done to remove two glands. As we read it everywhere, we thought her confusion and disorientation is caused by hight calcium levels. ... (4 replies)
... Admitted in the hospital. Found Calcium and Parathryroid PTH levels were high. Calcium was above 12mg. and PT was 198. A week later, was operated and two Parathyroid glands were removed. Both Calcium and PTH levels came down to normal. ... (4 replies)

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