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25 year old female, I had successful parathyroid surgery about

25 year old female, I had successful parathyroid surgery about 6 months ago. I have joint pain, shaky hands, sometimes tingle in the feet, lower spine tingles, trouble sleeping (taking zoloft to help). Last tested, calcium was normal, PTH is elevated
Tue, 29 May 2018
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