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... s for the info on the article from Dr Licata, it was interesting. It's the first time that I read about another dr agreeing with my miner. metab. drs opinion on calcium intake on forteo. ... (70 replies)
... I'm curious about your calcium level, because I have similar situation. Was your calcium level elevated before you started the forteo? ... (70 replies)
Jun 13, 2007
... I guess I wasn't very clear above, but what I meant was if you had taken the forteo just prior to the blood draw, which would raise your calcium, then in turn the slightly elevated Ca could also lower you pth. ... (10 replies)

... I have a question, you have listed all of your total serum calcium levels, but I only see 1 for your ionized cal. Is there a reason why they keep repeating the total serum test, instead of checking serum ionized cal? ... (104 replies)
... r , he is basically ok with my calc. levels. . He said the forteo and high d doses I am taking worked like a test case to see how high I would go on the calc. level and he is ok with the results . He said he wouldn't put a patient on such a regimen just to test, but in effect that is a way to look at it. ... (18 replies)
... I understand why you are so feed up, but to look on the bright side, if you want to call it that is someone is going to address your elevated white count, which must be done first. Have you had any infections lately, or blood transfusions? ... (31 replies)
... en't going to do anything about it. I heard basically the same thing that you heard, and that I must just be one of those people that doesn't present anylizable blood results, and that my calcium must just run a little high from normal. ... (7 replies)
... If I remember this right the endocrinologist I have been seeing since starting the Forteo said that blood calcium could be a little elevated because the Forteo keeps the calcium regulated and a little higher depending on when the tests are run. ... (20 replies)
... shows up in your blood test, that is the best indicator of all about why it is not going to your bones. You also have LOW VITAMIN D, right? ... (11 replies)
... No I haven't gotten anymore answers on my calcium level, but to clarify, it was only slightly elevated at 1.5. I had another serum ionized cal test last week after stopping forteo for over a month and waiting to see what the results will be. ... (20 replies)
... So a CTX is a bone marker test, and it is a blood test. I have never had one. But from what I have read on line a CTX is not absolute. ... (3 replies)
... extremely intelligent. I'll have to see what happens as I get further into the treatment. But for now I'm on Forteo with a one month respite, due to a slightly elevated blood serum ionized calcium level which she is looking into thoroughly. ... (7 replies)

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