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... I am wondering if you have noticed your urine being cloudy from taking calcium? ... (11 replies)
... If you catch your urine each time during one day you might notice that some are clear some are cloudy. ... (11 replies)
... I ask if cloudy urine is an indication that calcium is being excreted. He said yes. ... (11 replies)

... Just an update. I now mentioned the cloudy urine to a third doctor. He said he'd never heard of such a thing other than with a UTI, and that I shouldn't worry about it. ... (11 replies)
... tonin for about 4 months and added HCTZ 6 days ago. Doctor said to wait for 2 weeks before I can expect the result that he wanted. I asked if I should check my urine as a guide to see if water pill works, he said 'yes'. If water pill 12.5 mg doesn't work, I expect him to increase it to 25 mg. ... (11 replies)
... I am glad that your urine is not cloudy. This means your calcium is not lost. That is wonderful. ... (11 replies)
... Well, here's another story. I was diagnosed with Osteoporosis in Nov of 2002. I was given Fosamax and told to take calcium. My doctor said I needed 1500 mg of calcium per day. Now, I am an intelligent woman but here's where I went wrong. I took 1500 mg. ... (23 replies)
... This is very interesting. Hopefully since i take 1500 mg calcium daily and my urine is clear, i am not excreting it. ... (11 replies)
... today, and neither knew why it should be so, and then discussed it no further. I too have been wondering if anyone else is experiencing this. I know that it is calcium related because if I don't take my calcium there is no problem. ... (11 replies)
... Mine seems to be cloudy first thing in the morning. The rest of the day I drink alot of water and notice it's not cloudy. I wonder if it's just that way due to being sort of dehydrated. ... (11 replies)
... mg of supplemental calcium daily and have not noticed any cloudiness in my urine. However, like taape, I dring a lot of water during the day. ... (11 replies)
... and will see if it makes a difference. Either way, I will mention my concern to him again and see what he says. If I'm loosing calcium due to the Forteo I may need to discontinue it. Try not to be too depressed. Have your MD's done a test for bone turnover? ... (11 replies)
... I told them my problem and they said that I lost calcium from osteoclasts and concluded that that was the cause of my excess calcium in my urine. And as a result Ezorb will help because I 'have calcium definicy'. But, I don't agree with that. ... (21 replies)
... to stop the fosamax. then 2 months later i started the forteo. in between there is when the extreme thirst started. i was told to stop the forteo when my blood calcium tested too high after the first month on it. ... (31 replies)
... My doctor is a kidney doctor, you know that kidney doctor is in charge of calcium. Our serum calcium is regulated by PTH and so unless your PTH is not funciton well, our serum calcium is ALWAYS in the normal range. ... (8 replies)
... Would the cloudy urine be from excess Calcium that is not getting absorbed or too much at once that can't all be absorbed. Sometimes in the morning I have cloudy urine but I haven't really been concerned as long as I take a little more than I'm being prescribed. ... (8 replies)
... mg of calcium. If more than that amount it is not normal. It is called renel tubular leak. Cloudy urine is not normal. I am sure some doctor will insist that it is not calcium but it is. Just ask a kidney doctor. Don't ask your family doctor or endo. ... (8 replies)
... They found that sodium, chloride and potassium loss were also increased by caffeine. Phosphorus, found in most cola drinks, accelerates calcium and bone loss even more. Colas with caffeine and sugar added cause the greatest calcium and bone loss. ... (11 replies)
... years and the mean serum level of calcium was 2. ... (0 replies)
... fosamax suppresses calcium release from the bones which likely affects the level of pth, right? ... (9 replies)

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