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... help control the total amount of calcium in the body. Most people who have abnormal blood calcium levels do not have any symptoms. Usually, calcium levels need to be extremely high or low to cause symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... Using Actonel can lower the level of calcium in your blood. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Osteo... I'll try to answer your question, but remember I'm still trying to understand this myself and I haven't had much luck in the research of it either. ... (19 replies)

... share with us what you learn about the low blood calcium. ... (9 replies)
... I have tried Calcitonin and Fosamex at different times. With both medications I got back and lower leg muscle spasms. I believe it is caused because the medications decrease bone resorption and blood calcium levels. ... (8 replies)
... levels in the upper normal range. ... (0 replies)
Calcium Holiday
Jan 22, 2006
... I try to serve calcium rich foods since my husband is lactose intolerant. You may not like all these foods, but perhaps it will help you make some good calcium choices when you don't want to eat dairy. ... (4 replies)
... My pharmacist got the info I was waiting for and yes Actonel is contraindicated in those with hypocalcemia. ... (9 replies)
... I am wondering if any of you had your urine calcium checked. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I talked to my pharmacist and he called the Actonel people and they told him that Actonel can lower blood calcium levels in some people. They are faxing out information on this so I can take it to my doctor. ... (9 replies)
... Did your dr say your calcium is elevated? ... (1 replies)
... years ago when I had a single episode of blood in my urine. A little bit before this time, I increased my calcium supplements, but never increased my fluid intake. I am almost certain that this is what caused my solo kidney stone. ... (23 replies)
... Juanita, What is your calcium level? ... (2 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)
... or fluoride with calcium and vitamin d. I thought that fluoride had been ruled out as a good treatment because it increased BMD but only by creating brittle bone that fractured easily. ... (0 replies)
... In Japan, I think they take Ipriflavones ...instead of meds, I think, not sure, it's sold on prescription there. Maybe also in Germany and Italy. ... (15 replies)
... There have been so many studies on omega 3, that they now even put it in baby formula. The most recent studies suggest that it may stop you from getting alzheimers. ... (9 replies)
... t take Calcium supplements, in my hips, and I had a few x rays and I have missing cartilage, that was prevalent since birth, in my hips. ... (5 replies)
... Still I think it behooves all to take the ST in lower doses and not at the same time as taking Cal. ... (11 replies)
... My magnesium levels are lower than they should be although I take plenty. ... (3 replies)

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