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... help control the total amount of calcium in the body. Most people who have abnormal blood calcium levels do not have any symptoms. Usually, calcium levels need to be extremely high or low to cause symptoms. Blood calcium levels are usually kept within normal limits even when a person's diet does not contain enough calcium. ... (1 replies)
Calcium Holiday
Jan 22, 2006
... I don't think one day is going to matter a whole lot. ... (4 replies)
... Vitamin D blood levels done every 3 to 4 months and still only 42 last week. ... (18 replies)

... I have tried Calcitonin and Fosamex at different times. With both medications I got back and lower leg muscle spasms. I believe it is caused because the medications decrease bone resorption and blood calcium levels. ... (8 replies)
... Juanita, What is your calcium level? ... (2 replies)
... Ca before the test. In all my tests, if the results are "in range" even if it's the highest number in range they consider that normal. Remember you told me you would have a hard time finding a dr to look at a Ca result that was . ... (21 replies)
... done has solved this Ca prob. When I was taking 1500 mg of supplemental Ca plus getting dietary Ca my total Ca was normal. When you read my Ca intake, you need to keep in mind that those figures don't represent total elemental Ca. Depending on what type of Ca you're taking the elemental value changes. ... (17 replies)
... the ones I did bring. He listened and responded! I liked him a lot. So, here are the questions and what he said as best as I can remember. His responses are in italics. ... (19 replies)
... levels in the upper normal range. ... (0 replies)
... I waited a month before going to a Doctor. When I finally went it was to a local orthopedic surgeon. I told him I was experiencing lower back pain. ... (1 replies)
Ostiopenia at 41
Jan 2, 2006
... I waited a month before going to a Doctor. When I finally went it was to a local orthopedic surgeon. I told him I was experiencing lower back pain. ... (8 replies)
... called Actonel or Fosomax. Some of us take Evista or Miacalcin due to the fact that we were unable to tolerate the bisoprophens. Usually, you will increase your calcium intake to about 1500mgs. daily. Whether through diet, calcium pills or chews or both. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with low testosterone in March this year right at my 40th birthday. ... (35 replies)
... My magnesium levels are lower than they should be although I take plenty. ... (3 replies)
... I'm going to a new doctor at the Cleveland Clinic where they have a good osteoporosis clinic. The doctor, Dr. ... (19 replies)
... I have been lurking for months but when I read your post I had to respond. I was diagnosed with osteoporosis in the fall of 2001 and immediately put on Fosamax. I wasn't happy about it but the doctor and the media had me so scared I felt this was my only option. ... (4 replies)
... weight gain, just noted it in file, never heard of it. ... (6 replies)

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