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... what amount of calcium are you getting daily from food sources? ... (23 replies)
... I am on forteo and concerned about my serum calcium levels which before and after forteo are on the high end of range or slightly out. ... (17 replies)
... the dr. advise you to cut your calcium supplement intake? ... (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)
... Thanks again. I guess this doesn't relate much to lowering calcium levels. But, I am glad to get some "reliable information " from a "trusted source"! ... (17 replies)
... My biggest concern about the calcium level is some form of undiagnosed cancer. ... (17 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)
... Maybe if you read some of the others posts on hyperparathyroid disorder the calcium question may be answered there. ... (17 replies)
... DesertBloom...just another thought on your high calcium levels. Could you ask your docs to give Doc Norman a call. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Osteo: This is the first I've heard of the scarring. When you first mentioned it I thought you meant scarring from the plugs. 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. The tearing in the beginning was really bad, when they put the plugs in and it came to an abrupt... (17 replies)
... DesertBloom Hi again today! I am glad to hear that you have had all those tests and ruled out more or less some of the worries. Let me know how it goes. I'll let you know too if I have any info on the high calcium. You did mention something else in your post to snowflake that touches on one of my other concerns-Sjogrens. I have very dry eyes , skin and mouth. I have... (17 replies)
... Hi! As you know my high calcium level is a situation that is of concern to me. And, from you postings I know it is a concern to you. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Desert Bloom...just wanted to mention that you don't have to have high pth to have a parathyroid adenoma. Most doctors have not yet been educated on this fact yet. I had a large parathyroid adenoma removed and never had a high pth level...not even borderline. According to doc norman on parathyroid.com...the high calcium is sufficient to indicate hyperparathyroidism in 97%... (17 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)
... As long as my blood tests are in the reference range I'm happy, it's not until they are below or above the numbers listed, that I worry some. ... (17 replies)
... in the Blood Chemistry section. ... (17 replies)
... Just walked into the house from my Lithotripsy, and looks like they got the stones, as I have blood in my urine. One Lithotripy that I had done last year, I had no blood after, and the stones were still there. ... (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. If you read the Cleveland Clinics paper on Forteo or Susan Ott's as well as the NIH, they all say that if you are taking Forteo and experience hypercalcemia, or an elevation in Ca, then you should decrease your Ca... (19 replies)
... Hi Osteo: With me they put in all 4 at once, into each tear duct, it takes about 5 mins. I've never heard of just putting in 1 or 2, but maybe some people do it that way, or maybe it depends on the severity of damage from dryness. You continue to use Refresh and if you want a rx drop, like Restasis, to keep the eye hydrated. I know that it's not mandatory to put in 4 so... (17 replies)
... Hi DesertBloom-Ok so I am puzzled when you say you had 4 temp plugs put in and 1 removed. I had no idea they put in more than one. Is it a gradual thing, 1 put in and see how it does , then another if needed and so on? Or, is it that 4 were put in at first? Does the whole process require alot of going back to the eye dr.? I thought plugs went in and then you wouldn't... (17 replies)




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