DOCTOR SAYS ITS DUE TO CONDUCTIVE LOSS DUE TO CALCIUMDEPOSITS ON EAR BONES CHAIN. IT NEEDS AN OPERATION TO REMOVE CALCIUMDEPOSITS. PLEASE ADVICE IS THERE ANY OTHER SOLUTION FOR THIS. REGARDS, MILIND S JOSHI ...
always had (I assume they re calciumdeposits or the like), but have no idea why I am reacting so ...i had my ears pierced when I was five years old and had zero problems until my late twenties. I ve ...
Hi. I recently had a ct scan to check for kidney stones. It showed calciumdeposits in both kidneys and I wanted to know if that is the same as stones, or does it mean I could get kidney stones? My urine ...
how should i deal with low calcium,i have been trying to deal with this problem almost two years now and still my calcium is low.I hav tried a calcium enriched diet plus liquid calcium and calcitrol ...
I have otosclerosis in both middle ears, had stapectomy in one ear not successful due to my facial ... ear is now bad as my right ,getting hearing aid for that ear. Why if it is calcification of the bone ...
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I have a calciumdeposit down my throat on left side of neck. How do they remove it?
Unless, its causing a problem, not necessary to remove. If it is superficial, direct excision from skin. If it is inside the throat, then ENT surgeon will use a scope and remove it.
How much calcium should be in a female in the age of 58 ???
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Calcium intake at this age depends on the deficiency level.
If your calcium level is below normal in blood you can take around 500 mg per day for a month to see if it improves.
Excess of calcium can cause kidney stones.