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Hypercalcemia and Hypoparathyroidism

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3.67% of the posts that mention Hypoparathyroidism also mention Hypercalcemia (87 posts)

Hypercalcemia

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(Blood calcium increased)
Hypercalcaemia (in American English, hypercalcemia) is an elevated calcium in biology level in the blood. (Normal range: 9–10.5\n mg/dL or 2.2–2.6\n mmol/L). It can be an asymptomatic laboratory finding, but because an elevated calcium level is often indicative of other diseases, a worku... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Furosemide*
Lasix*
Frusemide*
* Off-label

Hypoparathyroidism

/ 2,373 posts
Hypoparathyroidism is decreased function of the parathyroid glands, as evidenced by decreased levels of parathyroid hormone (PTH). PTH is required for maintaining adequate calcium in biology levels in the blood, and low PTH levels can therefore lead to hypocalcaemia (low calcium levels), which... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Ergocalciferol
Cholecalciferol
Dihydrotachysterol

Top Treating Vitamins and Supplements

Rocaltrol
Calcitriol
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What patients are saying about Hypercalcemia and Hypoparathyroidism

87 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
even when I do go hypercalcemia my D supplement is lowered...
Ripvanann, You are soooo right. I have the opposite problem: hypoparathyroidism. You're also right about having to convince docs of ...even when I do go hypercalcemia my D supplement is lowered...
the excess calcium gets deposited in the...
...you have hyperparathyroidism the excess calcium gets deposited in the tissues... but in Hypoparathyroidism the excess Phosphate that...
have hypercalcemia. Here, our increased metabolism...
...Kim, & QU. about hypoparathyroidism Hi Dawn, Yes, approximately 27% of GD patients have hypercalcemia. Here, our increased metabolism ...transient condition of hypoparathyroidism. See Themest...
of relatively mild persistent hypercalcemia -- but the odds...
...think the risk of surgical hypoparathyroid (yes, tough to treat but ...worth it at this stage of relatively mild persistent hypercalcemia -- but the odds are it will only get...
-persistent hypercalcemia, elevated levels of PTH, check...
...hypercalcemia, elevated levels of ...density, check signs of hypercalcemia, check for adenoma of ...postmenopausal women secondary- elevated PTH but calcemia is normal or low, check for die...
I have hypoparathyroid/hypocalcemia (low blood calcium)...
...since it is a fairly rare problem. I have hypoparathyroid/hypocalcemia (low blood calcium) caused by surgery. It seem like ...phhh fibo brain ) with hypercalcemia (high blood calcium)? If yo...
have hypercalcemia. Here, our increased metabolism...
...& QU. about hypoparathyroidism Hi Dawn, Yes, approximately 27% of GD patients have hypercalcemia. Here, our increased ...transient condition of hypoparathyroidism. See Themestream for...
now have hypOparathyroidism, I am the opposite. But since...
As I now have hypOparathyroidism, I am the opposite. But since I am on medication to help the ...watching me closely so I don't end up with hypERcalcemia. You have to be very careful with high ca...
that I have of hypoparathyroidism is wearing tooth enamel...
...hypercalcemia... please help!!!! I ...Calcium---10.4(8.9-10.4) I have read hours of information discussing high PTH and high ...that I have of hypoparathyroidism is wearing tooth...
do something else in the body besides prevent hypercalcemia
...might be close to hypoparathyroid. Considering that PTH should drop as vitamin D rises, it will ...up in my understanding? Does Calcitonin do something else in the body besides prevent hyperca...
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