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 am even seeing a specialist and stil no relief,can you help.August will make it two years since i had thyroid surgery.
Foods which increase calcium are milk, yoghurt, cheese , milk-based custard, leafy green vegetables, broccoli, cabbage, spinach, fish, meat and almonds. Also u can take calcium tablets like tab Shelcal 500 mg four times a day after food for 3 weeks.This should increase your calcium level.
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