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... ur fears and your ways of coping with what you are facing. I really wasn't specifically looking for anything when I asked you the question. As I said, the high calcium concerns me and it appears to concern you as well. ... (17 replies)
... we are alike in this too it seems. I have had low level ringing , buzz in ears for several years. I think it is connected to being hypothyroid. Other hypo people say they have it too. ... (33 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. ... (17 replies)

... n it they must have a good reason. Remember that Forteo is man made parathyroid hormone, the same hormone our body makes daily to prevent bone loss and regulate calcium and phosphate absorption. So actually it is a natural way to treat your problem. ... (5 replies)
... t get concerned about it until it goes out of range by a couple of points. When my calcium is 10.7 or 10.8 they still only list that as "slightly elevated" and then watch it by doing another test every month or so. Once my cal goes back to 10. ... (3 replies)
My Fracture Healed
Apr 23, 2008
... but continous elevated cal is a major problem which they can't figure out so Forteo might be contraindicated, for that reason. ... (7 replies)
... ecessary to remove it unless it was malignant. Of course I don't know that yet but I will shortly. He also doesn't think it has anything to do with my slightly elevated ion calcium level either. Anyway just thought I would mention the similarities in what you were told about parathyroid adenomas and my throid situation. ... (10 replies)
... Also the manganese level could point to many things, but frankly I've never heard of someone with an elevated maganese count. Remember that maganese and magnesium are two different minerals so they may not be related. ... (7 replies)




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