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I have hypo parathyroid and i am taking shelcal, rocaltral. Now i got a high calcium level

sir i am 39 year old lady i have hypoparathyroid all reports are normal except calcium level ie 6 to 7 i take shelcal 5oo daily 4 and rocaltral 2 from last 4 years my probblem is from 1994 i took shelcal from 1994 but there is no improvement i put on my weight 80 kg my mc is normal i have not other problems i have sever bone and muscles pain from three days my right hand is paining i could move my hand i took vovron ,enzoflam inj dynapar,but it could not stop my pains please help me
Asked On : Wed, 28 Jul 2010
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Read your prob,most common complication of hypoparathyroidism is calcium deficiency. you should take vitamin D n colicalciferol along with calcium suppliments. these helps in subsiding your cramps n pain. you should also rule out the cause of hypoparathyroidism, if it is autoimmune then you should start steroid also. you should get renal profile as kidney dysfunction is common complication of it.
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