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... day, but now..... I was at the er again last night for my heart. Now it is doing this stopping and starting thing with the rapid heart rate and I am once again on a holter monitor and I just got one off a few weeks ago. I am so 'foggy' in the brain now it is unbelivable. ... (71 replies)
... ey never say "how" much that was. I'm now starting to worry about all those fortified products, fruit juices etc that have come out, I'll just have to watch the calcium content on those products. ... (4 replies)
... I am seeking more information about the problem of Calcium deposits building up in the brain, after long term use of Calcium suppliment drugs, used for increasing a persons bone density in deseases such as Osteoporosis. ... (0 replies)

... This article sure does have my name on it!!!!!!!! ... (3 replies)
... There was a recent news item on research which indicates that excess intake of calcium and vitamin D is linked to dementia in the elderly, due to an increase in brain lesions. This was research done by Dr. Martha Payne, from Duke University. ... (4 replies)
... I just found out on Monday that I have an elevated calcium level. ... (3 replies)
... and didn't break a bone even though I fell on my left hip and used my hand to break two of the falls.. ... (14 replies)
... Mistygreen, I have not heard from Tampa yet. Waiting is driving me a little crazy! I have had high calcium and pth scores for about one and a half years. My endo gave me high doses of vit D, saying that it was secondary to a Vit D deficiency. ... (80 replies)
... To be sure I'll have to go through all my labs and see. I know I've had so many test's that I can't remember them all anymore. Osteoblast led me to an article on rare causes of hypercal, and my Endo ordered all the tests from that article that I hadn't had. ... (80 replies)
... C an u be more specific on this issue i really want answers u talked about a specialist but for what? ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the explanation on brain fog. The way you described it, is just about the way it's going for me. That annoying loss of words. ... (11 replies)
... But seriously, I get like where I can't think of words and it seems like my mind is moving very slowly, that type of thing. It comes on me very quickly, so I know it is not memory loss, because 3 minutes earlier I was smarter, then all of a sudden I am not so smart. ... (80 replies)
... I was reading through my records to go to the doctor tomorrow and noticed that my brain mri and abdominal cat scan are not in there, so now I will have to try and hunt them down. ... (71 replies)
... The doctor said it was probably "hormonal" but then a blood test showed "normal" thyroid and estrogen levels. I've never been on steroids, which from what I read can cause low bone density. I don't know how I got osteopenia at this age. ... (6 replies)
... gged to go to an endocrinologist through my HMO who said there was usually an underlying reason for it and some tests were run including muliple myloma. My blood calcium was normal, but my ionized calcium was high. My 24 hour urine calcium was 19... ... (2 replies)
... I am seeking more information about the problem of Calcium deposits building up in the brain, after long term use of Calcium suppliment drugs, used for increasing a persons bone density in deseases such as Osteoporosis. ... (64 replies)
... My former endo put me on Vitamin D and I got worse. ... (104 replies)
... maybe that is all that is going on with your situation . I hope that is what it is. It does sound difficult with your bone spec. being in only one day a week. ... (20 replies)
... hypercalcemia, but I do know that if you become very high in calcium you have to watch for dehydration, and drink water so your kidneys will excrete more calcium out. There's a good explanation of both these disorders, and how calcium works at Merck's online Encyclopedia. ... (3 replies)
... How often you repeat these tests, depends on your insurance co. My insurance pays for 4 tests per year, but only if you are on a new med. ... (22 replies)




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