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Can you have hypocalcemia and not have cancer?

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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
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In brief: Yes

Hypercalcemia instead of hypocalcemia has been associated with various malignancies, e.
g., leukemia, hodgkins lymphoma, neuroblastoma.

In brief: Yes

Hypercalcemia instead of hypocalcemia has been associated with various malignancies, e.
g., leukemia, hodgkins lymphoma, neuroblastoma.
Dr. Jay Park
Dr. Jay Park
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Dr. Carolyn Messere
Surgery - Colorectal

In brief: Yes

Probably the most common causes of hypocalcemia are drinking too much soda, especially colas which are high in phosphate, poor calcium intake, too much magnesia, or low vitamin d.
It can also be a sign of hyperparathyroidism, a condition where a gland called the parathyroid overproduces its hormone. Only a doctor can diagnose the cause of your hypocalcemia.

In brief: Yes

Probably the most common causes of hypocalcemia are drinking too much soda, especially colas which are high in phosphate, poor calcium intake, too much magnesia, or low vitamin d.
It can also be a sign of hyperparathyroidism, a condition where a gland called the parathyroid overproduces its hormone. Only a doctor can diagnose the cause of your hypocalcemia.
Dr. Carolyn Messere
Dr. Carolyn Messere
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