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What are the symptomps of parathyroid gland problems?

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Dr. Thomas Knecht
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32 years experience
Parathyroid problems: Hi. Too complex for small space. Primary hyperpara (PHPT) is a disease of parathyroids where too much PTH is secreted, which causes high blood calcium, with symptoms/signs of kidney stones, bone fractures, malaise, depression, high blood pressure, and others. Hypoparathy is a disease of parathyroids where they can't secrete enough PTH, with symptoms of numbness, tingling, and muscle twitching.
Dr. Irving Harper
Internal Medicine 36 years experience
bones,stones,abdominal moans, and psychiatric overtones
Nov 27, 2014

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