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What Is Calcium Fructoborate
See below: Serum calcium is measured by a blood test.It is the amount of calcium in your blood stream.Calcium is an electrolyte, like sodium and pottassium. Calcium is mainly present in bones and the level in the blood is under control of several hormones. It should be in the normal range as specified by the laboratory.Low and high levels have to be investigated for various causes. ...Read more
What is calcitriol for? Is this a dangerous drug? Can it cure low IONIZED CALCIUM and HIGH INTACT PTH? Or simple calcium carbonate is ok?
Active vitamin D: Hi. Calcitriol is the active hormone form of vitamin D. If you are vitamin D deficient, it will make up the loss. However, if your kidneys work and you have normal PTH function, you will make your own calcitriol by just taking over the counter vitamin D and letting your own body make the calcitriol. I've seen your case on here. Isn't your doctor explaining ANYTHING to you? They owe you explanation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on context: More information is needed, especially in regards to a correction factor against the serum albumin in hypocalcemia. Ionized calcium is a good measure too, but again, context is necessary. Please see your doctor to help you with clinical context of laboratory values, because the values are not really significant until they are applied to your clinical situation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
1000mg mainly diet: For your age (assuming this is for you) the NIH recommends that you should take 1000mg of calcium. But, most women in the US obtain enough calcium from their diet. Bone loss generally occurs around 30. So, unless you are at high risk of osteoporosis you probably do not need a Calcium supplement, those found in multi-vitamins should be sufficient. ...Read more
Uric acid and diet: Uric acid is end product of DNA/RNA metabolism. Normal is 2-6; avoid organ meats; fatty meats and alcohol will elevate uric acid. Avoid these. Also, drink at least 3 liters fluid per day - this may enhance uric acid excretion - and if you incline diet successfully to mostly whole grain, fruit, and veggies, and nuts, using white fish and egg white for protein, then uric acid levels will come do ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Calcium compound: Calcium acetate can be used in kidney disease to bind to phosphate to lower blood phosphate levels. Side effects of this treatment include upset stomach. Interestingly, it is used as a food additive, where it acts as a stabilizer, buffer and sequestrant, usually in candy products. ...Read more
You say whole grain is healthy how is that true if it contain phaytic acid which is antinutrient and cause iron and calcuim defeciency?
Phytic acid: Despite a lot of hype on the Internet and in Paleo diet books, there is no evidence that phytates in the diets cause any mineral deficiencies except in extreme circumstances such as a third world diet or strictly-limited vegetarianism. "Soaking" foods to decrease Phytic acid is most likely a waste of time. Good luck. ...Read more
Calcium is high.10.7.Did pth test and its in normal value.Since my diet is v poor what could be the cause for the high calcium.Also mg is in max value
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