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Male With Osteo
Aug 13, 2005
... hyperparathyroidism. The sole purpose of the parathyroid glands is to control calcium within the blood in a very tight range. In doing so, parathyroids also control how much calcium is in the bones, and therefore, how strong and dense the bones are. ... (12 replies)
... In February I had a serum calcium result of 10.5 which made me start Googling. I found parathyroid. ... (0 replies)
... years. I went to a new doctor for an overall physical because I had recently lost my mother to cancer. While there he did a lot of blood work. ... (80 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)
... I like your screen name as well, I haven't talked to you in a while, how're you doing aside from the osteo? ... (9 replies)
... If you go to the NOF, you can go to the site and search it for any terms you might be interested in i.e. ... (7 replies)
... I have been to the Mayo site so many times, and yes have read all the different things that might apply. I've had all the thyroid blood test you can imagine, even ones that didn't occur to me and they are all normal. I constantly hear I'm a medical conundrum and am sick of hearing that. ... (17 replies)
... I've been to Dr Normans site, and got a lot of good info, I found the site about a year ago, so I'm familiar with all the conflicting info going around. I wasn't able to take the page I wanted to with me to my Drs appt. ... (17 replies)
... I clearly have osteoperosis but the dr doesnt want me on meds. Wont this continue to get worse without meds? ... (10 replies)
... Do you have a calcium level, either serum or ionised? ... (11 replies)
Osteoporosis help
Aug 23, 2015
... mg per day for the first week and gradually decreased . ... (0 replies)
... normal calcium levels, as well as a positive sestamibi scan. ... (113 replies)
... 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)
... I wrote a lengthy reply very early this morning ... and much to my chagrin just as I tried to submit the reply the site went down for some maintenance work. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks for your concern!! No, I don't have low or high D, just the calcium prob, but since bone pain is related to hyperparathyroid, and my PTH is normal the Drs won't consider this option as a dx. If I knew how much that scan cost, I would consider paying for it myself. ... (17 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)
... 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)




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