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... 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)
... aybe they are out of the office. In any case, I have an appt with her in 3 weeks and I'm sure she'll call me before that if she agrees, as you and I do, that my level is way too low. Until then though I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place, without a rx. ... (33 replies)
... There are some calcium supplements that are actually chocolate squares with calcium added. They taste gross. ... (13 replies)

... Did your dr say your calcium is elevated? ... (1 replies)
... when I took Forteo my Dr. tested my calcium levels to be sure it was not too high. If your blood calcium levels are in the correct range, and you get a good amount of calcium in your diet, you should not need calcium supplements while on Forteo. ... (2 replies)
... o...Hi it's too bad you couldn't see Dr Ott, but at least your getting a excellent referral, I hope it goes well. If you find out anything significant about the calcium level let me know. I've been tested and retested on everything that would explain this, and nothing shows up. ... (19 replies)
... 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)
... So if the calcium level is good in the blood test results are you saying you can still lose it in the urine output? ... (6 replies)
... of the cases. You might want to check out his site, the section on diagnosis, and show to your docs. Good luck. ... (17 replies)
... Maybe if you read some of the others posts on hyperparathyroid disorder the calcium question may be answered there. ... (17 replies)
... thinking hyperpara with the calcium level, due to a normal pth, but a normal pth wouldn't rule that out? ... (19 replies)
... I'm using much less of the drops than when I first started. I actually asked if I could stop using them, and the Dr said it wasn't a good idea. ... (17 replies)
... mmee, that is NOT a low calcium level!!! I know you know that, but it really frustrates me when doctors are so inconsistant. Good luck. ... (71 replies)
... DesertBloom...just another thought on your high calcium levels. Could you ask your docs to give Doc Norman a call. ... (17 replies)
... Thank you for all the good information. What I read about scarring was , as usual, something I found at the Mayo site. I searched Mayo and dry eye. ... (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. ... (17 replies)
... it means you have HPT. If something else were causing the high Calcium, like Cancer or Sarcoidosis, the PTH level would drop to nothing. ... (104 replies)
... Boy I'm sorry about the reaction. I don't know what to tell you, but it's best to talk to the dr about this. To check you calcium level they do a "total calcium" blood test. Where did you read this about the calcium levels? ... (37 replies)
Vitamin D Defiency
Mar 19, 2008
... I too have D deficiency and mine is really close to yours it's 8.8. Vitamin D sends calcium to your bones so it is important to keep your bones strong. How much is your Dr recommending? ... (4 replies)
... Hi desertbloom - thanks for the thoughts. I don't know what my doc's plans are yet but I know what mine are: stop Fosomax and fight the osteoporosis (which isn't severe...yet) with diet and weight lifting. I know HYPOcalcemia can paralize you and kill you - but does HYPERcalcemia affect your kidneys? I don't know much about that - I wish you could transfer me some of your... (3 replies)

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