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... I want to report back on my hyperparathyroid surgery this summer. ... (20 replies)
... eries. We all stayed at the same hotel. I am now on the road to recovery and I am so glad I went to Florida. Good luck to all of you guys out there that have the hyperparathyroid problem that I had. If you can afford it, go and see Norman! ... (6 replies)
... I don't know of hyperparathyroid causes memory problems. Are you taking any medications that might cause this? ... (20 replies)

... can an MRI detect hyperparathyroid disease? ... (20 replies)
... I had hyperparathyroid surgery 20 years ago when people rarely heard of it. All the bones in my body ached and ached...I was so miserable and SO YOUNG to have a problem like this. ... (3 replies)
... I also had hyperparathyroid surgery two years ago in Boston. I also had one adenoma. ... (2 replies)
... els go up and down dramatically, again, as they did before the surgery. My latest bone density shows continuing bone loss. I'd love to hear from anyone who has hyperparathyroid disease and especially from anyone who has faced this disease a second time. ... (2 replies)
... Please keep us updated and I would email Dr. Norman and see what he has to say and also get a second opinion. My aunt had hyperparathyroid 13 or so years ago, she had the operation and she is fine today. ... (71 replies)
... I took Fosamax for 6 months. I stopped taking it 2 months ago , because it was badly affecting my recovery from symptomatic hyperparathyroid disease. ... (64 replies)
... Your doctor might want to check you for hyperparathyroid disease. Also check your parathyroid hormone levels in your blood. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone else who was diagnosed with hyperparathyroid had this jumping around with calcium? ... (104 replies)
... Hi, I really don't know if it is a symptom or not of hyperparathyroid, but I have had a low grade fever since Feb 2007. I pretty much have it everyday I guess, because every time I go to the doctor (which is alot) I have it. And when I take my temperature here too, I have it. Also- about the calcium, I know mine has done that too, but I don't know if I have the disease or... (71 replies)
... I wanted to let you know that it is very possible to have hyperparathyroid without the heart palpitations. Doctor Norman says that actually only a small percentage get the heart palps. ... (113 replies)
... but my PTH is always normal, so they continue to rule out hyperparathyroid for that reason. ... (1 replies)
... snowflake- you may want to go search the net using the words -mayo hypoparathyroid. That will get you to a page where you then choose the mayo site. Perhaps reading that information will help you to formulate questions for your dr. or lead you to request more diagnostic work. It was indicated that low production of pth in hypoparathyroid will lead to reduced calcium... (31 replies)
... I would seriously wonder if you have malabsorption of calcium, perhaps from celiac disease, that is causing your osteoporosis. I would ask your Dr to check for that with antibody testing and get a parathyroid hormone check too, to see if you are hyperparathyroid. A clue is high serum calcium, as it gets "stolen" from the bones if your parathyroid glands are overactive. (3 replies)
... Tuska, Just read through all these posts and wanted to remind you about the possibility of celiac disease from gluten intolerance causing malabsorption of both calcium and Vit D, and is a common cause of osteoporosis in young people. Some people with celiac have no symptoms at all until they become osteoporotic and anemic. Others have chronic GI complaints such as excess gas... (34 replies)
... e symtoms and no one could figure out why. I decided to change Endocrinologist. He review my records from my previous Endocrinologist and discovered that I had Hyperparathyroid disease and because of the lab department that had been used it read that the results were in "normal" range which wasn't the case. ... (4 replies)
... Hope you had them check your serum calcium and parathyroid hormone, too. You could have hyperparathyroidism which can cause osteoporosis. Any serum calcium over 10 and parathyroid hormone just over normal could be a sign of hyperparathyroid. 1lesspara (6 replies)
... It is surgery for hyperparathyroid disease. ... (4 replies)


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