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Secondary Hyperparathyroidism In Children
Calcium parathyroid: This is usually diagnosed in people with kidney disease. If the calcium is low, or the phosphorus too high, or the level of Vit D too low, the parathyroid makes too much PTH, which causes bone disease. Treatment targets the cause: vit D (calcitriol), phosphate binders, special diets. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many as listed: 1 Weakning of the bones and osteoporosis 2Calciphylaxis is when calcium forms clumps in the skin and lead to ulcers and death of surrounding tissues 3Cardiovascular events 4Chronic itching 5Abnormal fat and sugar metabolism 6Anemia 7 Other symptoms of hypercalcemia like excessive thirst and urine,insomnia,bone pains,los of appetite etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's complicated: Let's start with primary hyperparathyroidism, which is high PTH hormone levels due to a problem with the gland itself, for example from a tumor, an adenoma. Secondary hyperpth is when PTH levels go up because of a problem outside the gland, such as low calcium or low vitamin d levels. Think of it as working overtime to accomplish its function, to raise calcium levels, when it's not happening. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Treat the cause: Secondary hyperparathyroidism is seen in Chronic Kidney Failure.If you treat the kidney failure the hyperparathyroidism will improve Other causes are Chronic Pancreatitis,Small Bowel Disease and post Bariatric Surgery Treat the cause low calcium with Calcium and Vitamin D Supplement ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Vit d deficiency & secondary hyperparathyroidism.prescribed 50000 d2 awhile ago.I ran out of d2 until a new script how much D3 daily to be equivalent?
Take the same dose: Vitamn D3 is slightly more effective than Vit D2 in raising the Vitamin D jevels accordoing to a meta analysis published in American Journal of clinical nutritition.When was your last blood test done and what is your level.It needs to be monitored when you are on high doses of Vit D Get the level of Vit D done ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: It is common to get fractures by tramatic injuries at any age.It is very unlikely to be due to Hyoerparathyroidism. Hyperparathyroidism causes elevated Calcium in your blood and that is due to calcium being drained from the bones and in to the circulating blood causing Osteoporosis If you have family history or other concern get your Calcium level done in your blood by your doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ihave secondary hyperparathyroidism and COPD I have a lump above adams apple it isnt paifull but feel a liitle difficult swollowing I have a cough an?
Does vitamin d deficiency cause secondary hyperparathyroidism, or is vitamin d deficiency caused by primary hyperparathyroidism?
SecondaryHyperparath: Secondary parathyroidism which is most of the time due to Chronic Renal Failure But can also be caused after Bariatric Surgery,Small Bowel Disease and Chronic Pancreatitis, where there ilow vitamin d and low calcium and that stimulates parathyroid to make more parathyroid hormone ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calcium 10.6, then 10.2 ( 1 wk apart), vitamin D 15, PTH 67, rt upper abd pain, rt flank pain, fatigue, primary or secondary hyperparathyroidism?
Both primary and sec: patient likely has combination of primary and secondary hyperparathyroidism.calcium level is high 10.6, intact PTH is not suppressed. This would indicate possible underlying primary hyperparathyroidism. While vitamin D deficiency can cause secondary hyperparathyroidism, usually calcium levels are not elevated in this context. recommend repeat evaluation after vitamin D replacement ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been taking sensipar for secondary hyperparathyroid caused by kidney disease, should I follow a certain diet?
Yes: There is a whole page of dietary recommendations at: http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002442.Htm it explains about carbs, fats, proteins, calcium, phosphorus, and fluids, in the diets of chronic kidney disease patients. The primary care doctor or nephrologist can refer to a specialized dietician to help create the proper diet. ...Read more
Calcium slightly elavated secondary hyperparathyroid/vitD deficiency months ago puton vitD50000iu.1-3 months tried to make followup doctor N/A. Tired?
Diagnosis: First, make sure the diagnosis is correct. The treatment choices depend on the cause of the hyperparthyroidism. If it was due to low vitamin d or low calcium, replacing them will correct the hyperparathyroidism. If it's due to a growth on your parathyroid, then surgery is the cure. If surgery is not an option, there is a pill that can also be used. Again, you need to know what type you have. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
50% of pts have none: Hyperparathyroidism causes an increase in calcium levels in the blood. This can lead to vague symptoms doctors refer to as "stones, bones, groans, and abdominal moans." stones= urinary stones. Bones= osteoporosis and pain. Groans= muscle aches/fatigue. Moans= upset stomach/constipation. Half of patients however may have no symptoms at all. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bone Pain: Hyperparathyroidism occur because of enlargement of your parathyroid gland. This enlargement leads to overactivity of the PTH hormone. This hormone can cause poor calcium absorption thus leading to a weakened bone structure. With poor bone formation, you can develop bone pain but more importantly fractures. With weakend bones, you can easily break your bones on a simple fall. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes.: Population-based studies have demonstrated a 10% decrease in life expectancy of people with untreated hyperparathyroidism as compared to those that have had surgery. While the reason for this is unknown, it is speculated as secondary to higher rates of heart disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hyperpara: You can drink a lot of water to try to prevent kidney stones. You can take drugs like Fosamax (alendronate) to try to prevent bone loss. There is a drug called sensipar which lowers calcium levels but does not prevent the bone loss. In short, if you are 41 and have primary hyperparathyroidism, you should probably have surgery. You should be seen by an endocrinologist who can refer you to a good surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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